I don't know if it's me that's old and out-of-touch, or if it's the IOC members that are old and foolish for thinking breaking is the right direction to reach "youth", but either way I suppose one needs to get used to results and news like this. B-Girl Kastet and B-Boy Shigekix??
Olympian track & field siblings Thomas and Jessie Barr launch a "Runuary" health program to help everyone in Ireland with their running goals throughout January.
Meanwhile, Team USA looks at sprinters' Grant Holloway's and TJ Holmes' "RunJumpThrow" event to teach kids athletics as they fill up their pandemic time.
Morgan Cipres: Sh*t just got real.
Olympic.org checks in with some members of the Refugee Athlete Scholarship team, including swimmer Yusra Mardini, wrestlers Amir Al-Awad and Aker Al Obaidi, and boxer Farid Walizadeh and how they are giving back to their communities while still training for Tokyo 2020.
Might athletics legend Jim Thorpe get his due again, finally?
Cycling held an ESports World Championship...and Olympic rower (!) Jason Osborne wins the men's elite race, over a field of accomplished, professional cyclists. Ashleigh Moolman Pasio won the women's race.
Marco Odermatt ends a 10-year drought for Switzerland in a men's World Cup giant slalom race. And in the same race, Maarten Meiners also made history - scoring the first-ever World Cup points for a Dutch skier with his 26th place.