Ex-gymnast files class-action suit alleging abuse by Canadian coaches
Suit names Gymnastics Canada and five provincial governing bodies, citing "institutional complicity that has enabled the culture of mistreatment of gymnastics athletes to persist.”
Olympians and Paralympians went to the White House, and a party broke out
After two uniquely challenging Games, U.S. Olympians from Tokyo and Beijing get a golden moment with President Biden.
USOPC leader: Russia should be sanctioned for doping, war in Ukraine
Sarah Hirshland continued her organization's push, in part because of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and also for the doping scandal that has kept several American figure skaters from getting their Olympic medals.
Figure skating’s governing body proposes increasing age minimum to 17
Citing 'duty of care,' International Skating Union would phase in requirement by 2026 Winter Olympics.
Putin gives award to skater Kamila Valieva, dismisses role of PEDs
“Such perfection cannot be achieved dishonestly with the help of additional substances, manipulations," the Russian president said of the teenage figure skater whose failed test became a huge story at the Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Kenya’s Evans Chebet, Peres Jepchirchir win 126th Boston Marathon
For the first time since 2019, the Boston Marathon was run on its traditional date of Patriots' Day in Massachusetts, with a pair of Kenyans taking home victories in the men's and women's pro divisions.
Allyson Felix to end decorated career with final season in track
"I want to say goodbye and thank you to the sport and people who have helped shape me the only way I know how — with one last run," the 36-year-old wrote.
Olympian’s mother killed by stray bullet while in her home, police say
A drug-related street shootout in Waterbury, Conn., was to blame for the death of the mother of Puerto Rican Olympic rifle shooter Yarimar Mercado Martinez, authorities said.
17-year-old Tunisian Olympian sailor dies during training accident
Eya Guezguez and her twin, who survived, were preparing for regional and international competition when their boat capsized.
Figure skater Alysa Liu announces retirement following Olympics and world championships
Liu, 16, announced she was ending a dazzling career that culminated with an appearance at the Olympics and a bronze medal at the world championships.
U.S. Olympic swimming trials will be held in Indianapolis’s NFL stadium in 2024
After holding Olympic trials for four cycles in Omaha, USA Swimming is moving the next Olympic trials to Indianapolis's Lucas Oil Stadium, putting the event in a bigger facility.
Figure skating announcers suspended after hot mic picks up ‘abusive’ remarks
The International Skating Union’s Twitter account released a series of statements, saying it was shocked by the statements made by the announcers and that an internal investigation was coming.
Russians make figure skating better, but Putin has turned the sport into a battleground
Why Russian figure skating and its sidelined stars can't be separated from Putin's regime.
Mikaela Shiffrin, 0-for-the-Olympics, got right back up — and won another world title
Mikaela Shiffrin’s Olympics were marked by disappointment. Her season was an absolute success.
U.S. snowboarding coach no longer with team amid sexual misconduct allegations
Peter Foley was temporarily suspended by the U.S. Center for SafeSport on Friday, awaiting a formal investigation into allegations last week by a handful of former snowboarders of sexual misconduct.
Lia Thomas becomes first transgender woman to win an NCAA swimming championship
Lia Thomas, swimming for the first time this season as a transgender woman, made more history Thursday by winning an NCAA title in the 500 meters.
Vincent Zhou is still working to put his heartbreaking Beijing Olympics behind him
After a positive coronavirus test ended his Games early, the U.S. figure skating star is trying to look forward to the world championships.
The Olympics got in bed with autocrats like Putin. There will be consequences.
There is one way for American companies to unspring this Olympic trap: overtly start stressing values ahead of short-term economic gain.
Gymnasts from Russia and Belarus are banned indefinitely from international competition
Decision from global governing body follows guidance from International Olympic Committee.
A Wounded Warrior’s grueling path to Paralympic gold
After losing his legs, former Navy SEAL Dan Cnossen fought his way to a new life as a skier.