U.S. Women's Cycling Team Wins Team Pursuit Gold At Los Angeles World Cup
Kelly Catlin, Chloe Dygert, Kim Geist and Jennifer Valente edged New Zealand in the final.
Mortensen And Terdiman Win Silver At Final Luge World Cup For Third In Overall Standings
The duo edged a German pair by 0.01 for the best finish by a U.S. doubles team in 14 years.
Olympians Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel Lead Stanford In Pac-12 Championship Chase
Ledecky set an American record in one event and was second to Manuel in another.
Team USA Seminar Leads To Paralympian Ryan Boyle’s Reunion With Life-Saving Doctors
Boyle was at the Athlete Career Education Summit one month after winning a cycling silver medal in Rio.
Olympians’ Contributions Featured Prominently In National Museum Of African American History And Culture
A sports wing at the new Smithsonian museum features six statues, five of which depict U.S. Olympians.
Five For Friday
Five For Friday: Aerials Skiing
Ashley Caldwell and Christopher Lillis look to defend their titles in Minsk, Belarus.
Five For Friday: Long Track Speedskating
Will Heather Bergsma become just the second American woman to win five straight world sprints medals?
Red, White and Trending
Red, White & Trending: Feb. 17-23
In Paris, Michael Phelps returns to the pool; in Los Angeles, Shannon Miller hints at a feud; Sanya Richards-Ross makes the most of social media for her boy-or-girl celebration party; Abby Wambach has an announcement of her own; LeBron James walks down memory lane 15 years later; Jim Craig and Mike Eruzione walk down a miraculous memory lane 37 years later; Carli Lloyd reveals an obsession; Sam Mikulak reveals, in gory detail, what a shredded achilles looks like; women’s bobsledders make the most of a day on the … sand; Alicia (Sacramone) Quinn makes the most of a grueling 37 minutes; Becca Meyers mugs with her pup and more.