The 2022 Winter Olympics are set to kick off on Friday, Feb. 4 in Beijing, China. Athletes from across the globe, including 223 on Team USA, w…
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The IOC Executive Board recommended stripping the International Boxing Association of its recognition in the Olympic Movement.
The U.S. trounced rival Canada 6-1 to become the first nation to three-peat in world Para hockey championship history.
Kelly Cheng and Sara Hughes, two Southern California natives, are the new premier U.S. beach volleyball team going into the 2024 Paris Olympics.
No. 7 seed Ons Jabeur of Tunisia dispatched 36th-ranked American Bernarda Pera 6-3, 6-1 in the French Open fourth round.
Jim Hines, who won the 1968 Olympic 100m title as the first person to break 10 seconds with electronic timing, has died at age 76.
U.S. basketball teams took women's gold and men's silver at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup, the most prestigious tournament outside of the Olympics.
Novak Djokovic won in the French Open fourth round to reach the quarterfinals. He could face Carlos Alcaraz in the semifinals.
French Open doubles player Miyu Kato and her partner were forced to forfeit a match when Kato accidentally hit a ball girl in the neck with a ball.
Frances Tiafoe and Taylor Fritz lost at the French Open, extending a U.S. men's drought to 20 years without a quarterfinalist at Roland Garros.
Coco Gauff rallied past 16-year-old Russian Mirra Andreeva at the French Open in Gauff's first Grand Slam singles match against a younger opponent.
Rafael Nadal is expected to miss the rest of the 2023 season after arthroscopic surgery for a left hip injury that ruled him out of the French Open.
KC Lightfoot broke the American record in the men's pole vault by clearing 6.07 meters at the Music City Track Carnival in Nashville on Friday night.
Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina withdrew before her French Open third-round match due to illness.
Kenyan Faith Kipyegon smashed the women's 1500m world record, clocking 3 minutes, 49.11 seconds at a Diamond League meet in Florence.
Jessica Pegula was upset by Elise Mertens in the French Open third round, leaving one American in the bottom half of the women's draw.