A Closer Look: Shaun White is ready for his final Olympic ride

The three-time gold medalist will be competing in his fifth and final Olympic Games

A Closer Look: Djokovic’s refusal to get vaccinated proved to be just the opportunity another Serbian needed

Lost in the Djokovic visa and deportation drama of the Australian Open was a potentially career altering moment for Miomir Kecmanovic

A Closer Look: This could’ve been an historical moment for Almaty, instead it’s turned into a tragedy

The bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympics came down to Beijing and Almaty, Kazakhstan

A Closer Look: A lack of NHL players doesn’t also mean a lack of excitement for men’s ice hockey tournament in Beijing

You only need to look back four years ago at PyeongChang to see how ice hockey can thrive even without the world’s best players

A Closer Look: Desmond Tutu was a firm believer in the power of the Olympic Games

The Archbishop had hoped to bring the Olympic Games to Africa one day

A CLOSER LOOK: The World Athletics Championships will be held in the U.S. in 2022, but is that a good thing?

There are plenty of obstacles to overcome before the world’s best track and field athletes compete next summer

A CLOSER LOOK: Once rarely spoken about in sports, mental health issues took center stage in 2021

Simone Biles may not have won any gold medals in Tokyo this past summer, but it may have been her best performance.

A Closer Look: Karate struggles to gain Olympic acceptance but they will continue to fight on

Karate debuted at Tokyo 2020 Games but has been dropped by Paris 2024 program for unspecified reasons.

A CLOSER LOOK: Weightlifting’s Olympic future is uncertain and it’s nobody’s fault but their own

Decades of doping and corruption may have finally caught up with the IWF as their hold on Paris 2024 continues to slip away.

A Closer Look: Richard Jewell never wanted the attention. Most heroes don’t

The focal point of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing in more ways than one, slowly but surely Jewell is being recognized for his heroic actions in Atlanta.

A CLOSER LOOK Bronze medals are nice and silver are even better, but nothing shines like gold

The 1980 Lake Placid Winter Games began a lifelong love affair with the Olympics and its ultimate reward.