Athletes in one sport will be happy with the forecast calling for a tropical storm to hit Japan's east coast early next week.
Fourteen U.S. senators signed a letter to the president of competitive swimming’s international governing body calling for "immediate action."
At a time when vaccinations have allowed sports to return to normalcy across much of the globe, Japan remains an exception. Why?
Conventional wisdom may be that Sha’Carri Richardson squandered a big opportunity by missing out on the Olympics, but experts believe her money-making window is far from shut.
Marijuana remains on WADA's "prohibited list," even as U.S. states decriminalize it and major American sports leagues no longer punish users.
Barred from competing in her signature event, Semenya reinvented herself as a 5,000 meters runner but fell 22 seconds shy of the Olympic qualifying standard.
Lindsay Flach trained through frequent heartburn and headaches, through waves of nausea and vomiting that struck as often as three or four times a day.
How did Christina Clemons feel after Doritos sent her bags of Cool Ranch chips with her face on them? "Shocked is an understatement," she says.