World-class coaching at dedicated clubs has built a pipeline of Olympic dreams.

Olympic officials reaffirmed their commitment to PyeongChang following Trump administration statements suggesting U.S. participation remained an open question

While U.S. Olympic Committee officials say no discussions have been held, White House press secretary and U.N. ambassador say the administration is weighing security concerns given ongoing tensions with North Korea.

U.S. snowboarder has a few scars from recent spills, “but physically, I can still ride and do my thing.”

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As with most anti-doping efforts, this ban is largely cosmetic, and self-serving.

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U.S. skeleton athlete Katie Uhlaender was edged out by Elena Nikitina in 2014. Nikitina has since been stripped of her medal as part of the exposure of Russia’s doping program.

The IOC’s decision to ban Russia from February’s Winter Olympics has implications for virtually every sport and will bar some formidable medal contenders from competing.

Individual athletes who can prove they’re clean will be allowed to compete under ‘Olympic Athlete from Russia’ designation.

Several top American racers are nearing the end of their careers. Who will pick up the torch in the short and long term is in question.

A funky, faded denim piece of attire has become a rallying point for a ‘band of brothers’ speeding toward PyeongChang.

Two prodigies in their respective sports are honored by the USOC.

Montreal's Olympic Stadium, a money pit for the past four decades, needs yet another cash infusion.

  • Alan Freeman
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As PyeongChang Games approach, the slalom star could be the only legitimate hope for a U.S. medal.

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Shiffrin is an Olympic gold medalist and a World Cup overall champion, but she is still working to overcome her insecurities.

Physician, who previously had defended assaults as pain therapy, faces at least 25 years in prison.

A handful of athletes came home with West Nile virus, Dengue fever or Chikungunya, according to the study, conducted by the University of Utah and the U.S. Olympic Committee.

Japanese social media users quickly spotted the error.

Three athletes hoping to represent the United States at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games spoke about the controversy over the conduct of professional athletes during the playing of the national anthem.

Athletes and officials express confidence in security measures for Games that will take place 50 miles from border.

Olympic athletes recognize their platform is bigger than ever, but some grapple with whether they should use it.

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