'Your mind is your limit': Paralysed Olympic champion never gives up
Olympic gold medal cyclist Kristina Vogel explains how she has dealt with paralysis following a crash in 2018.
Finland beats U.S. for world junior hockey gold
Kaapo Kakko scored with 1:26 left to give Finland its fifth world junior hockey title 3-2 over the United States on Saturday.
Shiffrin wins personal best 7th straight slalom
Mikaela Shiffrin dominated the first women's World Cup slalom of 2019 on Saturday to match her personal best winning streak in the discipline with seven straight victories.
U.S. to face Finland in world junior hockey final
The United States advanced to the world junior hockey final with a 2-1 victory over Russia on Friday and will take on Finland in Saturday night's championship game.
WADA hires law firm to look into bullying claims
The World Anti-Doping Agency has hired a law firm to look into athlete committee chair Beckie Scott's claims of being bullied after she opposed the reinstatement of Russia's anti-doping agency.
USOC board of directors appoints 3 members
The USOC added Paralympic swimmer Brad Snyder, Ernst & Young executive Beth Brooke-Marciniak and USA Wrestling director Rich Bender to its board of directors.
Canada, Sweden out; U.S. in world juniors semis
Canada and Sweden tumbled out of the world junior hockey title chase in stunning quarterfinal collapses. Meanwhile, the U.S. beat the Czech Republic to advance to the semis.
Vlhova beats Shiffrin to win Oslo parallel slalom
Petra Vlhova won a parallel slalom city event in Oslo on Tuesday, beating overall World Cup leader Mikaela Shiffrin in both runs of the final.
Deadline passes without Russian data turnover
The deadline for Russia to turn over samples and other data from its Moscow anti-doping lab has passed, leaving the World Anti-Doping Agency to decide whether to reinstate the ban it had lifted in September.
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Bobby Joe Morrow, who won 3 gold medals at 1956 Olympics, dies at 84
Bobby Joe Morrow, the Texas sprinter who won three gold medals in the 1956 Melbourne Olympics while a student at Abilene Christian University, died Saturday. He was 84.
Coronavirus: South Africa sports teams allowed to resume non-contact training
With South Africa moving to Level 3 of the nationwide State of Disaster lockdown on June 1, professional sports teams have been given the green light to resume non-contact training.
Report: USA Hockey president being investigated for alleged mishandling of abuse claims against coach
According to a report in The Athletic, USA Hockey president Jim Smith is under investigation by the U.S. Center for SafeSport for allegedly mishandling sexual abuse allegations against a coach.
How USA Hockey hopes to bring kids back to the ice after the pandemic
Is the organization better set up than it was during the previous dips due to NHL lockouts? Executive director Pat Kelleher highlights the plan for safely getting kids back into the game.
Robert Fegg taking over for Bill Tavares as USA Luge coach
Robert Fegg is taking over as coach of USA Luge's national team, the organization said Wednesday.
Olympic swimmer Simone Manuel managing to stay motivated despite pause in sports
After winning four medals in the 2016 Rio Olympics, Simone Manuel has tried to maintain her edge as COVID-19 shut down all competition.