Olympic swimming champion Simone Manuel is pushing herself in the pool to prepare for the delayed Tokyo Olympics

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Former U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is being asked to rule on an ethics complaint filed against the International Olympic Committee by a human-rights group representing Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in China

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A severe outbreak of equine herpes could disrupt preparations for the Tokyo Olympics

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In her first competitive race in nearly a year, Katie Ledecky wins her signature 1,500-meter freestyle by more than 20 seconds.

Katie Ledecky has returned victorious to national competition for the first time in a year

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Two-time Olympian Katie Ledecky competes for the first time since the pandemic struck, offering a preview of an ambitious Tokyo program.

Katie Ledecky is returning to national competition this week for the first time in a year

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A three-year project is underway in Lake Placid to raise funds for a statue featuring the 1980 gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic hockey team

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LA Galaxy midfielder Efrain Álvarez was left off the United States 31-man training roster ahead of Olympic qualifying for North and Central America and the Caribbean after being included by both the Americans and Mexico on preliminary squads

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The U.S. men’s gymnastics program hopes to pick up some steam following the Winter Cup

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During a complex weekend for U.S. gymnastics, Laurie Hernandez made a joyful and hopeful return.

Two-time Olympic medalist Laurie Hernandez is back on the competition floor

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Division I softball is providing a training ground this season for players preparing for the Summer Olympics

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Li Li Leung shared hope that criminal prosecution "would lead to some degree of resolution and justice."

Tokyo hopefuls shake off the rust after months without competing.

The Belarusian Olympic Committee has elected the son of President Alexander Lukashenko as its leader despite both men being suspended by the IOC and barred from the Tokyo Games

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Activists and lawyers are targeting the IOC’s most high-profile sponsors tied to next year’s Beijing Winter Olympics as a way to bring light to reported human rights abuses in China against Muslim Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities

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Coach of 2012 gold medal-winning team worked closely with disgraced team doctor Larry Nassar.

The race to stage the 2032 Summer Games might just have passed you by

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Spectators are told to curb their enthusiasm — and ideally, watch online — as the flame passes through Japan.

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