Former Olympics gymnastics coach John Geddert died by suicide hours after he got charged for crimes that included a tie to Larry Nassar.
After Klete Keller became the latest Olympian in the spotlight for the wrong reasons, he could be stripped of his medals.
Swimmer Klete Keller, who won five medals in the Olympics from 2000-08, has been indicted on seven federal charges stemming from the U.S. Capitol attack and faces nearly 30 years in prison if convicted.
Many athletes fall in love. For NFL player Michael Schofield and Olympic hockey player Kendall Coyne Schofield, the story is sweet.
Some athletes have used the Olympics’ large platform to protest. Until recently, it’s been against the rules for athletes to do so.
Lindsey Vonn is one of the most decorated and well-known skiers in her sport. From her performances on the slopes to her dating life, she’s often a topic for gossip fodder. On the other hand, ex-boyfriend P.K. Subban isn’t as well known. Subban plays in the NHL for the New Jersey Devils. The two athletes …
A dozen years ago this U.S. Olympic swimmer teamed up with Michael Phelps and captured gold at the Beijing Olympics. Last week he was captured on video in the middle of the Capitol riot.
The tragic story of Sandra Schmirler, known as ‘Schmirler the Curler,’ who died in 2000 from ‘the cancer from Mars.’
The scale of Russia’s systemic PED-based cheating is astounding, affecting international sports. And the nation’s sports have been upended.
Everyone talks about the cartoon character involved in the deal, but NBC had to give Disney some valuable TV content to get Al Michaels released from his ABC contract.
Oscar Pistorius made headlines as the first amputee runner to compete in the Olympics. How did Pistorius lose his legs?
Conservative group One Million Moms has launched a protest against Uber Eats over a commercial starring Olympics hero Simone Biles.
Two unfavorable rulings from international organizations may keep American sprinter Blake Leeper out of the Tokyo Olympics.
COVID-19 arose during an Olympic year. This left gymnasts like Sunisa Lee and Simone Biles with nothing to show after years of preparation.
One of the great Olympic stories involves Kerri Strug, the gymnast who captured the country’s hearts at the 1996 Olympics.
Boxer Roy Jones Jr. represented the U.S. at the 1988 Olympics Games. He expected to win gold but got cheated in a horrible way.
In the 1988 Olympics, Ben Johnson beat Carl Lewis in the 100m final. The moment was a shocking upset. Then things spun out of control.
Paralympian Rudy Garcia-Tolson struggled to find a place to train during COVID-19. He found help at the home of actor David Duchovny.
United States men’s basketball players boycotted the medal ceremony at the 1972 Munich Olympics. They have repeated turned down the silver medal over the years.
Katie Ledecky recently impressed fans with an Instagram video of her swimming the length of a pool with a glass of milk balanced on her head.
Katie Ledecky entered the Olympics as a student-athlete, which meant she couldn’t have any endorsement deals. Why did she choose Stanford?
A member of the “Fierce Five,” the beloved U.S. gymnastics team at the London Olympics, McKayla Maroney will go down in history.
Gymnastics, in particular, tends to create stars during the Olympics. In 2012, one athlete to emerge as a fan-favorite was Jordyn Wieber.
Katie Ledecky wanted to add to her medal count this summer. But that will have to wait until the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo to next year.
Detroit Pistons legend Isiah Thomas surpisingly never played in the Olympics. A boycott involving the Cold War played a major reason why.
Oscar Pistorius was a worldwide sensation in 2012 when he became the first amputee runner to compete at the Olympics. Six months later, he shot and killed his girlfriend. Where is Oscar Pistorius today?
Few people think of Olympic rowers Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent when they consider the greatest duos in sports history.
Eddy Alvarez has made the transition from Olympic medalist in the 2014 Sochi Games to MLB infielder with the Miami Marlins.
Richard Jewell did the right thing as a security guard at the 1996 Olympics 24 years ago. He was crucified for it and it may have killed him.
He never medaled at the Olympics, but Alex Pullin’s impact on snowboarding can’t go unnoticed. Sadly, he died in a spearfishing accident.
The 2004 U.S. Men’s Olympic Basketball team displayed a disappointing performance at the 2004 Olympics finishing with a bronze medal.
Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya, a two-time Australian national champion skater, tragically died at the age of 20. Here are the details.
Pat O’Brien was on top of the world as a sportscaster and he was at rock bottom as an alcoholic. He’s hoping to stay on the road to recovery.
Stephon Marbury was chosen for one of the worst USA basketball teams ever put together, the 2004 Olympic team.
In 1972, a terrorist group stormed the Olympic village in Munich, Germany and eventually killed 11 innocent athletes in the Munich Massacre.
Gail Devers accomplished a lot throughout her career. She almost walked away from the sport after a disease she was diagnosed with.
Florence Griffith-Joyner won three gold medals at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, captivating track and field fans.
Six-time Olympic champion Ryan Lochte is the subject of an upcoming documentary in which he talks about an infamous incident at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games.
Alex Zanardi, a former Formula One racer and Paralympic athlete, recently suffered a devastating crash that’s left him in a coma.
American volleyball star Flo Hyman’s death in 1986 at the age of 31 was attributed to Marfan syndrome.
For an athlete who only competed in the Olympics once and finished out of the money, Steve Prefontaine made a lasting impact on track and field and changed amateur sports in this country. Generations of young distance runners were trained to emulate Prefontaine, but it took decades for worthy successors to emerge. The story of …
Marion Jones was on top of the world after winning three gold medals at the 2000 Summer Olympics. A few years later she was in prison. Where is Marion Jones today?
Carl Lewis is known both for nine Olympic gold medals and butchering the national anthem before an NBA game.
WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry once met Michael Jordan in Barcelona when both were competing in the 1992 Olympics and things nearly got ugly.
USA Olympic Wrestler Ellis Coleman bought a pet flying squirrel because of his nickname that he was given by his peers.
Tommie Smith and John Carlos staged a protest in the Olympics nearly half a century before Colin Kaepernick began kneeling at NFL games.
Heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali and comedian Billy Crystal were longtime friends.
The 2000 USA men’s basketball team, led by Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, and Jason Kidd, didn’t have a whole lot of challenges en route to capturing its Olympic gold medal in Sydney, Australia. Since the challenges were rare, they decided to make their own. In their first game against China, and their 7-foot-6 star Yao …
Tim Montgomery once was considered the world’s fastest man in 2002 and broke the world record but that was all taken away from him.
“My emotions are all over the place,” Michael Phelps says of the pandemic’s effect on his mental health.
A look back on the career of Usain Bolt, how much money he earned off the track, and where the eight-time Olympic gold medalist is today.