Three-time Olympic champion Triggs-Hodge retires
Triple Olympic rowing champion Andy Triggs-Hodge has announced his retirement from international competition at the age of 37.
Report: Farah coach cited in USADA probe
A leaked USADA report concluded that track coach Alberto Salazar may have skirted anti-doping rules by providing substances to prominent athletes, including Olympic champion Mo Farah.
Jamieson: Training regime left me depressed
Olympic silver-medallist Michael Jamieson has revealed his brutal training regime resulted in a battle with depression.
Yarnold secures bronze at Skeleton World Championships
Lizzy Yarnold capped her comeback from a year out by winning a bronze medal at the Skeleton World Championships in Germany.
Cultural problems at USA Gymnastics?
Former gymnasts Jamie Dantzscher and Rachael Denhollander join Outside The Lines to discuss their lawsuit alleging sexual abuse by team doctor Larry Nassar.
Budapest quits '24 Games bid; L.A., Paris left
Budapest will withdraw its bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics, leaving only Los Angeles and Paris in the race.
UK Sport denies being 'brutal' in Tokyo cuts
UK Sport bosses have warned that the funding landscape is only going to get tougher following cuts to public money for Tokyo 2020.
Olympic execs expect winter sports boom in Asia
Asia has traditionally lagged behind North America and Europe in terms of winter sports, but staging the next two Winter Olympics in Asia will significantly shift the balance, organizers say.
UK Sport rejects funding appeals
Seven sports that had funding applications for the Toyko 2020 Olympic cycle rejected by UK Sport have failed in their appeals.
Kilty fears sabotage after spikes go missing
Sprinter Richard Kilty has questioned whether his attempt to defend his European Indoor Championships title was sabotaged.
3 former U.S. gymnasts detail abuse by doctor
Former elite U.S. gymnasts Jamie Dantzscher, Jessica Howard and Jeanette Antolin have come forward saying they were sexually abused by a former doctor currently facing trial on a separate matter.
Gold medalist Olizarenko (800m) dies at 63
Nadiya Olizarenko, gold medalist in the women's 800 meters at the 1980 Moscow Olympics, died at age 63, after "a long and serious illness," according to the Ukranian athletics federation.
Farah breaks own European 5,000m record
Sir Mo Farah broke his own European 5,000 metres record as he signed off his indoor career in style.
Farah prepares for final indoor competition.
Mo Farah says Birmingham will be his last indoor event before finishing his track career at the World Championships.
Farah still has fears about U.S. travel
Sir Mo Farah has admitted he still has travel fears over his return to the United States.
Johnson-Thompson ruled out of Indoor Grand Prix
Katarina Johnson-Thompson has been ruled out of the Indoor Grand Prix but is expected to be fit for the European Indoor Championships.
Manuel breaking barriers like few before.
SportsCenter breaks down how Simone Manuel's achievements have earned her a special place in history.
Sprinter Carter appeals ruling that cost Bolt gold
Jamaican runner Nesta Carter filed an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Wednesday regarding a doping positive from the 2008 Olympics, which cost Usain Bolt one of his nine golds.
Jessica Ennis-Hill's son is a natural athlete
Olympic gold medalist and three-time world champion Jessica Ennis-Hill may be retired, but that doesn't keep her, or her son, away from the track.
200m fly in Rio was my Olympic highlight - Phelps.
23-time Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps knows exactly which of his podium finishes he's most proud of.
Tirico humbled by Olympics gig.
Mike Tirico joins Russillo & Kanell to share what it means to be named as the new primetime host for the Olympics.
Bolt, All-Stars sweep first Nitro Athletics event
Usain Bolt and his All-Stars completed a clean sweep of the inaugural Nitro Athletics series Saturday, with Bolt winning the 150-meter race in his only solo appearance of the three-night meet.
Costas' favorite memory as Olympics host.
Bob Costas joins Mike & Mike to share what his favorite memory is as the primetime host of the Olympics.
2012 Olympic 800m champ stripped of medal
Russian runner Mariya Savinova has been stripped of her 2012 Olympic gold medal for doping, putting Caster Semenya in line to take to the title.
Six months post-Olympics, Rio is suffering
The famous Maracana Stadium is now a worm farm as Rio suffers a worrying Olympics hangover less than a year after the world's best athletes competed at the 2016 Games in the Brazil capital.
Tyson Fury and David Haye disagreed in their appraisal of Anthony Joshua on Saturday, but what is definite is the Briton will face a much sterner test against Wladimir Klitschko.
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