Golf Digest: Pole vaulter Mondo Duplantis carries a 13 handicap and is an earnest player of the sport.
Hurdler and "handsome man" Devon Allen is a part of JON magazine's "Fit" edition for June 2021.
"...when I'm happy, I run much faster": World Athletics catches up with sprinter Dina Asher-Smith.
In only his first year running the event, NCAA-er freshman Sean Burrell sets a new U-20 world record in the 400 meter hurdles.
Count international soccer superstar Mohamed Salah as Olympic-bound for Team Egypt, if its his choice.
FIH's Olympic Spotlight series speaks with defender Scott Tupper as he and team Canada prepare for a tough field hockey tournament this summer.
Kyle Chalmers uses his love of reptiles as a "healthy distraction" from the regimen of training as he looks to defend his Olympic swimming success at Tokyo 2020.
Russian gymnastics great Aliya Mustafina, the last non-U.S. world or Olympic all-around champ retires.
Meanwhile, Simone Biles "shares what it's like to be an athlete at the top of her game" as the latest cover feature for Health magazine.
And, Barbora Krejcikova can also look toward Tokyo 2020 with partner Katerina Siniakova after becoming the first since 2000 to win both singles and doubles at the French.
Newly-minted five-time judo world champion Clarisse Agbegnenou reveals her future plans past the Tokyo 2020 Games.
More judo: Rene Feuillet made history for Mauritius with a seventh-place finish at last week's World Championships.
Equestrian: an incomplete horse's passport presents an Olympic qualification problem for Team Italy.
Racial disharmony hits the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, courtesy of Serbia.
Pride Month: Figure skater Paul Poirier talks to GLORY magazine about his "experience as a gay athlete".
And...fellow Canadian skater (retired) Kaitlyn Weaver opens up about her sexuality.
AND...so does U.S. skater Jason Brown...
Maggie Steffens has embraced her role as team captain as she leads Team USA water polo toward a hopeful third-straight Olympic title.