“They finally can focus on sport and not so much on public health”: Susanne Lyons gives impressions of Games

In her final Games as the chair of the USOPC, Susanne Lyons is the eyes and ears for LA28 and Salt Lake City
“They finally can focus on sport and not so much on public health”: Susanne Lyons gives impressions of Games

Kamila Valieva could have inadvertently ingested grandfather’s heart medication

The 15-year-old Russian figure skater is scheduled to compete in the women’s short program Tuesday night
Kamila Valieva could have inadvertently ingested grandfather’s heart medication

Biathlon competitor heading home after collapsing at finish line

She is feeling fine after receiving medical attention, but will not compete again in Beijing
Biathlon competitor heading home after collapsing at finish line

One last roar for injured Lucile Lefevre in Beijing 2022 Big Air event

French snowboarder shows her stripes in a tiger onesie and waves goodbye to Olympic career
One last roar for injured Lucile Lefevre in Beijing 2022 Big Air event

Sha’Carri Richardson suggests racial bias the main factor over CAS’s decision to let Valieva skate

The American sprinter was banned from the Tokyo 2020 Games over a positive drug test. She took to Twitter to express her feelings about her situation and Valieva's
Sha’Carri Richardson suggests racial bias the main factor over CAS’s decision to let Valieva skate

DAY #9 SPORTS FOCUS: Erin “Speedy” Jackson speeds to maiden Olympic gold, while snowfall wreaks havoc on skiing events

Through the sacrifice of a teammate, and a blistering fast skate, U.S. speed skater Erin Jackson put the cherry on top of a heartwarming story by claiming victory in the women’s 500m. The action on ice may have been hot, but outside temperatures were cold as snow fell throughout the competition zones for Beijing 2022
DAY #9 SPORTS FOCUS: Erin “Speedy” Jackson speeds to maiden Olympic gold, while snowfall wreaks havoc on skiing events

Japan at center of two controversies involving athletes and judges or officials

Hirano Ayumu prevails for the gold in snowboarding half pipe, while ski jumper Takanashi Sara is distraught over a suit violation
Japan at center of two controversies involving athletes and judges or officials

Bobsleigh and skeleton bring art to the fore at the Winter Olympic Games

Every four years, bobsleigh and skeleton bring explosive speeds and athletic action to the icy curves of the Olympic track. However, the two sports also present a stunning array of imagery through the designs displayed on the helmets and sleds of athletes as they wind their way down the track.
Bobsleigh and skeleton bring art to the fore at the Winter Olympic Games

“Yesterday was the first day I didn’t bawl my eyes out:” Elana Meyers Taylor competes after COVID-19

Three-time Olympic medalist is in fourth place after first two heats of inaugural monobob event at Games
“Yesterday was the first day I didn’t bawl my eyes out:” Elana Meyers Taylor competes after COVID-19

“I don’t believe that women are weaker or can’t drive or deserve less”: Bobsledder Kaillie Humphries wants more than medals

Monobob is the first step toward gender equity in bobsled, but there is still a long way to go as men have more than double the number of quota spots
“I don’t believe that women are weaker or can’t drive or deserve less”: Bobsledder Kaillie Humphries wants more than medals