South Korea to probe culture of abuse in sports
South Korea is planning a yearlong investigation into a culture of abuse in sports after several female athletes came forward to say that they had been raped or assaulted by their coaches.
More sexual abuse claims in Korean speedskating
An athletes' group has raised further allegations of sexual abuse in South Korean speedskating following explosive claims by two-time Olympic champion Shim Suk-hee that she had been raped by her former coach.
Speedskating great Viktor Ahn retires at 32
Olympic speedskating great Viktor Ahn, who won six Olympic gold medals in his career, is retiring from the sport at age 32.
7 medal events added to 2022 Winter Games
The International Olympic Committee has added seven events to the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, creating a program of 109 gold medals.
U.S. Speedskating brings back two coaches
U.S. Speedskating is setting up its coaching staff for the 2022 Winter Olympics, bringing back two familiar names after the program has struggled at the past two Games.
Speed Skating Canada fires coach after probe
Speed Skating Canada has fired national long-track coach Michael Crowe, four months after former American speedskaters claimed he had sexual relationships with athletes while a U.S. coach.
Takagi gets revenge on Wust with allround title
Miho Takagi became the first Japanese woman to win the speedskating allround world championships after beating defending champion Ireen Wust in a thrilling 1,500-meter race on Saturday.
Lee, Takagi claim golds in mass start races
Top favorite Lee Seung-hoon skated a masterful race to take gold for South Korea in the men's mass start at the Pyeongchang Olympics, while Japan's Nana Takagi blasted past the opposition in the final straightaway of the first women's mass start.
Etch it in stones: U.S. curlers make history and cap incredible run with a gold medal
The Americans went on an improbable run and beat powerhouses on their way to an Olympic gold medal in curling -- the first Olympic gold for Team USA in the sport.
Shani Davis' stealthy final exit
In what is believed to be his last Olympic appearance, speedskater Shani Davis warmed to the crowd after his race, but he then slipped away without a word. Should that come as a surprise?
Sunday preview: Curling, bobsled and skating gala highlight last day in Pyeongchang
Sunday's highlights in Pyeongchang: South Korea looks for first women's curling medal, Germany vies to sweep the 4-man bobsled and figure skaters show off their skills in the exhibition gala.
Saturday preview: Red Gerard eyes second Pyeongchang medal, U.S. men in first curling final
Saturday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Red Gerard hopes the big air competition will bring him more hardware, and the U.S. men's curling team plays its first Olympic final.
S. Koreans start petition to expel two skaters
More than 567,000 people had signed a petition as of Thursday afternoon that called for skaters Kim Bo-Reum and Park Ji Woo to be expelled from the Olympics, after they left a slower teammate behind in Monday's women's team pursuit quarterfinals.
W2W4: Medvedeva vs. Zagitova in women's figure skating, Fourcade eyes fourth Pyeongchang gold
Friday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Russia's Evgenia Medvedeva and Alina Zagitova fight for gold in women's figure skating, while Martin Fourcade seeks his fourth Pyeongchang gold in men's relay biathlon.
Thursday preview: Shiffrin vs. Vonn in Alpine combined, USA-Canada showdown in women's hockey final
Thursday's highlights in Pyeongchang include a Mikaela Shiffrin-Lindsey Vonn showdown in Alpine combined, while the U.S. takes on Canada in the women's ice hockey final.
U.S. women win bronze, end speedskating skid
The U.S. women finally won a long-track speedskating medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics, ending a drought for the women dating to the 2002 Salt Lake City Games.
Japan, Norway dethrone Dutch in team pursuit
Japan and Norway dethroned the Netherlands in the team pursuit Wednesday and restored a semblance of balance in Olympic speedskating at the Gangneung Oval.
The long and short of it? South Koreans love their speed skating
The South Koreans found success early in the sport and haven't looked back. The short track speed skaters are national sports heroes and the subject of great pride.
Wednesday recap: Lindsey Vonn's emotional day; U.S. men's hockey suffers setback
Lindsey Vonn continued her emotional farewell tour from the Olympics, while the American men came up short in hockey. That's just some of what you missed on Day 12 in Pyeongchang.
W2W4: Vonn seeks second downhill gold, Nagasu kicks off figure skating singles campaign
Wednesday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Lindsey Vonn seeks second downhill gold after disappointing finish in Super-G, Mirai Nagasu and Bradie Tennell kick off their figure skating singles campaign
Tuesday recap: Canada's historic ice dance pair keeps sizzling
Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir made ice dance history and kept the internet riveted, heartbreak still follows British speedskater Elise Christie, and Team USA made the men's hockey quarters. All that and more from Day 11 in Pyeongchang.
S. Korea wins gold in 3,000-meter short track
South Korea won the gold medal in women's 3,000-meter short track in a penalty-filled race, with Italy earning silver and the Netherlands winning bronze.
More agony for Christie after 1000m disqualification
Great Britain speed skater Elise Christie has been disqualified from the Winter Olympics 1000m having crashed out of the 500m and 1500m events.
Monday recap: 'Wardrobe malfunction' hits Olympics
Team USA and Canada are set for a classic rematch in women's hockey, a wardrobe malfunction struck ice dance and a new Olympic sport was born. All that and more from Day 10 in Pyeongchang.
Tuesday preview: Virtue and Moir look for second gold, U.S. men's hockey vies for quarters
Tuesday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir look to win their second Olympic gold of the Games, the U.S. men's hockey team plays for a spot in the quarters and Germany's Laura Dahlmeier eyes a fourth biathlon medal.
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Froome won't retire despite horror crash - Brailsford
Team Ineos manager Dave Brailsford expects four times Tour de France champion Chris Froome to return to elite cycling after last week's horror crash at the Criterium du Dauphine.
Archery World Championships: Indian men's recurve team claim silver medal
India won silver in the men's recurve team event at the Archery World Championships after losing to China in the final in Netherlands on Sunday.
Archery World Championships: Jyothi Surekha Vennam, women's compound team win bronzes
Jyothi Surekha Vennam and the women's compound team won a bronze medal each for India at the Archery World Championships in the Netherlands on Saturday.
2011 Vuelta winner banned for doping violation
Spain's Juan Jose Cobo has been found guilty of an anti-doping rule violation based on "abnormalities" in his biological passport between 2009 and 2011, the International Cycling Union (UCI) said on Thursday.
Semenya wins again as IAAF case goes on
Caster Semenya returned to the track with victory in the 2000 metres at the Meeting de Montreuil in France as her appeal against proposed rules demanding she lower her testosterone levels continues.
Semenya named in South Africa World Champs squad
Double Olympic 800 metres champion Caster Semenya has been included in South Africa's preliminary team for this year's world championships in Qatar, but her participation still depends on the outcome of an appeal to the Swiss Federal Tribunal.