The brothers Sinkovic show off a peaceful lake.
Johannes Vetter works up a sweat.
Charles Fernandez is back.
Laetitia Guapo strolls autumnally.
Jeremie Mion hangs out.
The Guardian features twin teenage sisters Jessica and Jennifer Gadirova, bronze medal-winning gymnasts from Tokyo 2020.
Closing out Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Team USA presents the awareness work of Olympic high-jumper Chaunte Lowe, herself a survivor.
World Athletics: Shot putter Raven Saunders has seen extreme lows and highs in the last few years, but is excited for where she is going next in her career.
Olympic champion Geraint Thomas is focused on the next generations of cyclists: "It's about getting kids to enjoy riding their bikes".
Team USA wrestler Jenna Burkert has raised her competitive profile - while raising her personal profile as an out athlete as well.
Tokyo 2020 swimming gold medalist Zac Stubblety-Cook won't participate in the International Swimming League this season, but confirms interest in doing so in the future.
How hard is it to maintain a top performing season? Tokyo 2020 golf champion Nelly Korda joins the Fairgame podcast.
Irish modern pentathlete Natalya Coyle is non-committal about a Paris 2024 run between a disappointing last Olympics and a renewed focus on studies.
Bobsled athletes Justin Kripp and Dawn Richardson Wilson speak at Team Canada's uniform unveiling on looking ahead to Beijing 2022.
Seoul 1988 medalist Cecilia Roxana Tait Villacorta is honored to be on FIVB's Board of Administration.
Team Ireland rugby sevens captain Billy Dardis is "keen to make Olympic experience even better" at Paris 2024 after a disappointing debut in Tokyo.
Yale University's own Nathan Chen talks Beijing 2022 and balancing Ivy League studies with figure skating, with Yale News.
Meanwhile, women's leading skater Alexandra Trusova chats winning Skate America with only one quad jump, and more, with Olympics.com.
Olympic gold medalist Ancuta Bodnar is World Rowing's Rower of the Month for October.
Also, rower Emma Twig joins field hockey star Kayla Whitelock with seats on the New Zealand Olympic Committee Athletes' Commission.
Rhythmic gymnast Lili Mizuno looks to use her group event appearance at Tokyo 2020 as experience in her World Championship debut as an individual.
If you don't know Team Canada ice hockey stalwart 'Sid the Kid'...here's your chance to learn.
Latvian 3x3 basketball star Nauris Miezis has a new fame...big catch fishing!
"The Loneliest Olympiad in History": Fencer Race Imboden looks back at Tokyo 2020 for Cero Magazine.
Three-time Olympic judoka Joana Ramos has transitioned well into coaching since Tokyo 2020.
The Players' Tribune: USWMNT star Carli Lloyd says goodbye.
Team Australia's Tokyo 2020 Socceroo Riley McGree is making an impression for Birmingham City.
Beijing 2022's Olympic Medals Join a Long Line of Unique Winter Medals
To commemorate 100 days out from the start of the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in February, the Beijing Organizing Committee recently unveiled the design of the gold, silver, and bronze medals for the competitions.
Named "Tong Xin" ("Together as One"), the medal design is "based on Chinese ancient jade concentric circle pendants", with elements of the five Olympic rings. In a nod to the unique status of Beijing as the first "Dual Olympic City", to have hosted both a Summer and Winter Games, the medals harken back to the Beijing 2008 design.
According to medal designer Hang Hai, "When athletes hold the medals in their hands, they will first touch the details embodying ancient Chinese culture. Then if they look closely, they will see the cloud and snowflake patterns on the reverse side".
The medals will be awarded across 109 events over 15 disciplines in seven sports.
Check out the slideshow below to see Olympic medals from past Winter Games editions, and click on any image to learn about each design details from olympics.com.
Which one is your favorite?
Abrar Choudhary is a new - and rare - sprint hopeful from India's Jammu and Kashmir region.
Erika Fairweather looks to build upon her surprising Tokyo 2020 breakthrough with more swimming success and recognition.
Team Italy scores its first U20 World Championship in men's volleyball in dominating fashion.
Team Spain continues its strength in women's water polo with a World Junior Water Polo Championship.
Russian Interference* at Salt Lake 2002 was Bad Sport
Above: Athens' Kallimarmaro, the site of the 1896 Summer Olympics
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