Bowe Captures Gold on Day 2 of World Sprint Championships
Brittany Bowe was crowned ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Champion in Astana on Sunday.
Bowe and Richardson On Top After Day 1
Team USA's Brittany Bowe and Heather Richardson continue their incredible season
ISU World Sprint Championships 2015
American Speedskaters Brittany Bowe, Heather Richardson, Sugar Todd, Shani Davis, Jonathan Garcia and Mitchell Whitmore take on the ISU World Sprint Championships 2015 this weekend in Astana
Five For Friday: Speedskating
Bowe, Davis and Richardson will compete in the World Sprint Speedskating Championships.
7 Medals for Team USA at World Single Distances
Brittany Bowe and Heather Richardson are going to have to clear some extra space in their suitcases to bring home all of their new hardware. This weekend was a huge triumph for Team USA, who collectively captured seven medals at the World Single Distance Championships in Heerenveen, Netherlands.
2015 Junior World Championships Recap
This weekend, the 2015 Junior World Championships came to an end in Warsaw, Poland
Olympian and Milwaukee native Alyson Dudek previews The Amazing Race
Two days after the one-year anniversary of the closing ceremonies, Alyson Dudek is going to see herself debut on "The Amazing Race."
An Update from NTP Athlete Sarah Chen
On February 1, I teamed up with Olympians Dan Weinstein, JP Kepka, and Caroline Hallisey-Kepka to skate in the Skating Club at Dartmouth (SCAD) Skating Spectacular!
2015 US National Marathon Report
The 2015 National Marathon Speedskating Championships raced on February 13 and 14 at the Pettit National Ice Center in Milwaukee,WI. While it was -10F degrees wind chill outdoors, competitors, volunteers, officials, and spectators were doing their paces inside a comparatively balmy 52 degrees F.
Heather Richardson Takes World Title in 500m
In the first 500m for ladies Brittany Bowe was the first skater under 38, finishing in 37.997. She was paired with Thijsje Oenema (NED), whom she could chase. Oenema had opened in 10.460 and Bowe in 10.639. Just before the finish Bowe overtook the Dutch hope, who finished in 38.025. For the first time in history the times were presented in thousands of a second.