Matthias Casse jumps toward Paris 2024.
Cynthia Appiah enjoys a Toronto summer moment.
Marta Fedina can pose in the ocean surf, too.
Skateboarder Aurelian Giraud tries some tennis.
Sunsets, Pools, and More...
Stefanos meets his doppelganger...
Timo Barthel is on top of the world, in Croatia.
Joel Plata hangs out in Mallorca.
Carlo Janka is a married man...Congrats!
Ramzi Boukhiam gets a feature in VHâ.
Athletes Are Still on a Break Edition...
Artur Dalaloyan enjoys a ride on the water.
Rudy Rinaldi's looking good in recovery.
Lucas Eguibar explores the Canary Islands.
Maarten Hurkmans goes for his James Bond beach moment.
Alex Szoke takes a holiday.
Need a Little Flashback to Tokyo 2020?
Relive the Olympic Games from Tokyo with a bunch of quality overviews, summaries, and roundups from some of the Olympic sports federations around the worldwide web...
Let's start with Olympics.com and "A Celebration of Hope", along with Tokyo 2020's top moments.
Track & Field (Athletics)
World Athletics looks at the global diversity that Tokyo 2020 offered.
FINA offers a catalog of all the swimming, artistic swimming, diving, and water polo news.
FIG has a report on artistic gymnastics, trampoline, and rhythmic gymnastics.
Here are seven things from Tokyo 2020 that World Archery loved.
Badminton World Federation has their Tokyo 2020 competition by the numbers. 3,014 shuttles used!
Baseball & Softball
Baseball and softball participants argue for their sports' Olympic inclusion.
Check out five unforgettable moments of (men's) basketball, and 10 lessons learned from 3x3. France, Belgium, Japan, and the United States make up the women's all-star team.
International Fencing Federation proclaims Tokyo 2020 a "resounding success".
The Tokyo 2020 tournament created some jostling on both of the men's and women's world rankings.
The International Handball Federation has six conclusions about Tokyo 2020, led by France's domination.
The World Karate Federation reflects on a historic Olympic debut.
World Rugby has six breakout stars and seven moments to remember.
ISA recaps the competition for both men and women. "I truly believe the Olympics will change our lives."
A Little Roundup
Tamyra Mensah-Stock isn't just the second-ever Team USA female wrestler to win Olympic gold, she's the first Black athlete to do so, too.
Basketball says goodbye to two greats of the game as Team Argentina's Luis Scola and Team Spain's Pau Gasol close their international careers.
But one more honor for Gasol, though...election to the IOC's Athletes' Commission, along with swimmer Federica Pellegrini, fencer Yuki Ota, and cyclist Maja Martyna Wloszczokwska.
Team USA's Caeleb Dressel on the schedule of Olympic swimming: "It's a week of hell".
And, in beach volleyball, Team United States veteran Jake Gibb also calls it a career after his Tokyo run.
Team Great Britain's Jack Laugher's mental struggle recovery has him cherishing his bronze finish in springboard diving.
The item of note in this report on Team Great Britain boxer Ben Whittaker's silver disappointment is that he's considering a mayoral run.
Adam Ondra of Team Czech Republic isn't just a leading gold medal contender, he's also one of sport climbing's notorious yellers.
Team India was once the preeminent side in men's Olympic field hockey. Welcome back to the podium.
âHannah Mills is now Team Great Britain's most accomplished Olympic sailor.
Will Team Nigeria's Blessing Obodurudu retire after three Olympics and her silver medal in wrestling?
Nine years after a London 2012 bronze, Team Jamaica's Hansle Parchment wins the 110 meter hurdles in one of the Games' biggest upsets.
19-year-old Keely Hodginskon believes the "sky's the limit" for her running career after a silver medal performance in the Olympic 800 meters.
And finally, Andre de Grasse gets his gold with his 200 meter win for Team Canada, its first in the event in almost one hundred years.
Ones to Watch
Team India wrestler Vinesh Phogat looks to continue her unbeaten streak to gold and banish her past injury demons.
Nicolas Batum is one to watch as he leads Team France into the semifinals of basketball.
Can Team ROC's Svetlana Romashina win a record sixth gold in artistic swimming?
World-ranked at 200, Team India's Aditi Ashok is high on the women's golf leaderboard.
A surprise in women's basketball sees host Team Japan making it to the semifinals.
Tsuneari Yohito once face amputation, but is now Team Australia's men's karate Olympian.
Team Australia's Sam Kerr vows she'll "be ready for Team USA" in the semifinal match in women's soccer.
Neeraj Chopra enters Friday's men's javelin finals as the top qualifier. That's the same Chopra with the bread omelette diet.
Krisztian Manhercz powers Team Hungary to the water polo semifinals with a seven-goal performance.
Let's Get Social Fab Five
Sky Brown flies.
Stefanos Ntsoukos gets a hero's welcome.
Mondo Duplantis is #readytofly.
Malaika Mihambo takes it in.
Rommel Pacheco says goodbye.
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