Rio champ Chalmers to have heart surgery
Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers has pulled out of July's world swimming championships and is to undergo surgery for a heart condition.
Andrade: Rio 2016 medal rusting not an issue.
Spokesman of the Rio 2016 organising committee Mario Andrade feels the rusting of the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic medals is not an issue and can be easily restored.
Olympic discus thrower Roles dies aged 39
Discus thrower Philippa Roles has died at the age of 39, UK Athletics has announced.
Phelps: No plans to return to competition
Michael Phelps said Saturday that he's happy with his retirement decision and has no plans to return to competition for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Russia anti-doping agency ready to take first steps toward credibility
The World Anti-Doping Agency is giving Russia room to continue its road back to compliancy. The world deserves to be wary as to whether RUSADA stays on track, Bonnie D. Ford writes.
WADA fast-tracks new rules on sanction power
The World Anti-Doping Agency has approved fast-tracking new rules that would allow for sanctions of cheating Olympic committees and international sports federations.
"It's about challenging yourself, testing your own limits."
Legendary Australian Paralympian Michael Milton describes the appeal of trail running as he prepares to contest the Ultra-Trail Australia 50km, on crutches, in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney.
Two UK cities bid for 2022 Games
Birmingham and Liverpool remain in the running to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games after the withdrawals of London and Manchester.
Organizers for '18 hoping NHL will change mind
Lee Hee-beom, president of the Pyeongchang Olympic organizing committee, said he hopes more negotiation with the NHL will lead to its participation in the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Brownlee crashes in first triathlon since collapse
Olympic silver medallist Jonathan Brownlee crashed over the safety barrier during the bike section of The World Triathlon Series in Yokohoma, Japan.
Baumann: Tough decision on 2024 Olympics.
IOC executive Patrick Baumann feels that it will be a very tough decision when choosing whether Paris or LA will host the 2024 Games.
Can Los Angeles win over the IOC for the 2024 Olympics?
It's a big week for the SoCal city, as members of an Olympic committee tour the area and gauge whether it's a viable option for the 2024 Olympics.
IIHF: NHL has time to change Olympics decision
IIHF president Rene Fasel says that the NHL could still change its mind on participating in the Olympics, but a decision has to be made before mid-July.
U.S. bobsledding star Holcomb, 37, found dead
Steven Holcomb, the longtime U.S. bobsledding star who drove to three Olympic medals after beating a disease that nearly robbed him of his eyesight, was found dead Saturday at the age of 37.
With public office hopes dashed, Wilson Kipsang returns focus to running
Wilson Kipsang lost his bid for a parliament seat amid the chaos of the Kenyan political scene, where corruption still reigns and athlete candidates might be losing their allure with voters.
Nassar case provides opportunity for soul-searching in gymnastics.
Bioethics researcher Emily Anderson, PhD, MPH, who studies physician misconduct, joins OTL to discuss the Larry Nassar case.
Reflecting on a conversation with Larry Nassar.
Jessica O'Beirne, host of GymCastic Podcast, joins OTL to discuss the podcast she hosted with Larry Nassar four years ago.
British javelin hero Goldie Sayers retires
Goldie Sayers, the British javelin record holder, has announced her retirement from athletics.
Softball returning to Olympics.
Coaches, players and former Olympians react to softball's return to the Olympics in 2020 and discuss what it means for the sport.
Sotherton belatedly given 2008 Olympic medal
Britain's Kelly Sotherton is set to be upgraded to her third Olympic bronze medal after Tatyana Chernova was disqualified.
Ennis-Hill backs Williams as mum and athlete
Olympic golden girl Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill has backed Serena Williams to handle being a mum and an athlete.
Tech key to two-hour push - Bekele
Kenenisa Bekele is a great Ethiopian athlete from the old school, a 34-year-old who was brought up on the best traditions of African running.
Downie becomes first Briton to win all-around title
Ellie Downie was crowned Great Britain's first European all-around champion after a thrilling finish in Cluj.
Pavey: I've got no retirement plans yet.
Jo Pavey has insisted she has no plans to retire, as she prepares to run the London Marathon.
Allegations against Nassar mounting.
ESPN investigative reporter John Barr joins OTL to discuss the latest developments in the cases against Dr. Larry Nassar.
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