Which Olympic Sports Stars Are Making News Headlines?
Rising tennis player Holger Rune pens a blog for ITF: "(Winning) Grand Slams is the natural step for me".
CNN.com: Tennis star Ons Jabeur, beach volleyballer Doaa Elghobashy, fencer Ibithaj Muhammad, and modern pentathlete Aya Medany are just some of the Muslim women to have "opened doors for a new generation of athletes".
Team Poland's men's volleyball team recognized as 'Team of the Year' back home for 2022...while beach volleyballers Anders Mol and Christian Sorum did the same in Norway.
Biathletes Sturla Holm Laegreid and Ingrid Landmark Trandrevold are two athletes leading calls from Norway to address increasing climate change impact.
Olympians Miho Nonaka (sport climbing) and Haylie McCleney (softball) make the shortlist for the World Games 'Athlete of the Year' award for 2022.
Getting corny: Soccer superstar Lionel Messi gets a unique honor in Cordoba, Argentina.
More soccer as Team Iceland's Sara Bjork Gunnasrsdottir gets personal in The Players' Tribune on her experience with pregnancy while a competitive athlete.
Who will win the inaugural Global Triathlon Awards tomorrow? Team France, apparently, for one...
Judo great Teddy Riner is using a training camp in Kazakhstan on his road back to competition.
FIG: Rhythmic gymnast Stiliana Nikolova is 'embracing new chances in the new year'.
With two European golds, are Team Belgium's Hanne and Stijn Desmet the latest super short track speed skating siblings?
Will 2023 be the 'toughest season' yet of top-ranked Viktor Axelsen's badminton career?
Weightlifters Forrester Osei, Hidilyn Diaz, and Luisa Peters are elected to the IWF Executive Board.
Swimmers Joshua Liendo and Summer McIntosh win Aquatics Canada Aquatiques' 'Athlete of the Year' honors for their successes in 2022.
Doaa Al-Ayoub made taekwondo history at the age of six...and has done it again at the age of eight.
Newly retired Kurt Baker ponders his prolific rugby sevens career as he begins a new sporting chapter.
Olympics.com: At Paris 2024, skateboarder Gustavo Ribeiro wants "revenge on (his Tokyo 2020) results".
Beijing 2008 Olympian Marcie Lane (van Dusen) now leads equality efforts at a new program for girls' wrestling in Wyoming.
Go #OfftheMat in a 'Day in the Life' of wrestling champion Jordan Burroughs.
Flashback: Canoeist Saul Craviotto could become Team Spain's most-ever decorated Olympic athlete at Paris 2024...MujerHoy checked in over the holidays.
Boxer Khadija Mardi fought past difficult life moments to achieve success in the ring for Team Morocco.
Meanwhile, London 2012 champion Katie Taylor's marquee boxing match against Amanda Serrano wins Ring Magazine's 'Event of the Year' honors for 2022.
Speed skater Nil van der Poel won the top prize at Sweden's annual Idrottsgalan Awards, which also honored table tennis pair Mattias Falck and Kristian Karlsson, golfer Linn Grant, and swimmer Sarah Sjostrom, amongst others. (What...no Armand Duplantis??)
Paula Torres might be next in line for Team Ecuador Olympic race walking, if a new training set-up and recent continental U23 success is an indicator. (in Spanish)
Seeing competing in track & field as a "privilege", Irish long jumper Ruby Millet looks ahead past studies to being able to focus on her sport more.
Sprint hurdler Tiffany Porter blogs us through her 'geriatric' pregnancy.
Recently retired sprint legend Allyson Felix gets her name on her home stadium.
FIBA: How did playing for Team Finland help basketball player Lauri Markkanen 'flip the switch'?
Who were the 3x3 men's and women's players who 'defined' the 2022 season?