Biathletes pressure IBU to mull doping change
The International Biathlon Union will hold a special meeting to consider stiffer sanctions for countries with multiple doping offenses after being pressured by top athletes in the sport.
Shibutani siblings take home ice dance gold
After performing a technically proficient routine, Maia and Alex Shibutani finished with a score of 200.05 at the U.S. figure skating championships to take home the gold medal.
Pairs champs exit after Kayne suffers concussion
Tarah Kayne suffered a concussion, forcing her and Daniel O'Shea to exit the pairs competition at the U.S. figure skating championships.
Meyers Taylor pilots U.S. women to bobsled win
Elana Meyers Taylor piloted the U.S. women to victory, while world junior champion Johannes Lochner of Germany earned his first World Cup win.
Farewell to the Georgia Dome
The NFC Championship Game will be the final football game at the Georgia Dome, the site of plenty of memories in its relatively short lifespan.
Tola of Ethiopia sets record at Dubai Marathon
Tamirat Tola of Ethiopia set a new course record in winning the Dubai Marathon on Friday, completing the course in 2 hours, 4 minutes, 11 seconds
Japan irked by isle name on 2018 Olympic website
Japan's Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida says it is "unacceptable" that the official website for the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics refers to disputed isles in the Sea of Japan under the South Korean na
Durden, Meehan named U.S. swim team coaches
Dave Durden and Greg Meehan will serve as head coaches for the U.S. team at the world swimming championships in Hungary.
Bach: Russia's equality comes first.
IOC President Thomas Bach commented on Russia competing at 2018 Winter Games.
Budapest's 2024 Olympics bid faces challenge
Opponents of Budapest's bid to host the 2024 Olympics are gathering the 138,000 signatures needed to hold a city referendum on the candidacy, after other attempts were blocked or abandoned.
Coe willing to appear before MPs but wants more details
Lord Sebastian Coe says he is prepared to give further evidence to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee over IAAF corruption.
Quintana will ride in Giro d'Italia in May
Colombian cyclist Nairo Quintana plans to ride in this year's Giro d'Italia as preparation for the Tour de France.
Budweiser to end sponsorship with U.S. Olympics
A-B InBev, the makers of Budweiser, is the latest company that has decided not to renew its sponsorship with Team USA. The partnership had been in place since 1984.
Golden girl Monica Puig is loving what she does, wants more
The gold medal in the Rio Olympics showed Puig's potential, and she is primed to make good on it and be more consistent in 2017.
'Wet foot, dry foot' policy benefitted many Cuban MLB stars
The end to the decades-old policy granted permanent residency to Cuban migrants who arrived illegally in the U.S. and impacted MLB
British sprinters in hospital after road accident
Sprinters James Ellington and Nigel Levine were 'conscious and stable' in hospital on Wednesday after a road accident in Tenerife.
Tokyo organizers to review golf club's policies
Organizers for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics say they will examine membership practices at the golf course selected for the Games following criticism that it does not allow women as full members.
L.A. proposes venues for 3 more Olympic sports
The committee seeking to land the 2024 Summer Olympics for Los Angeles would stage archery at a new football stadium, mountain biking in a regional park and modern pentathlon at a stadium.
Russian skier still competing despite suspension
Russian skier Maxim Vylegzhanin, who is suspended for being implicated in a doping inquiry, has continued to compete and could earn a longer ban if he is found guilty of a doping offense.
O'Reilly's soccer journey comes full circle with move to Arsenal
What most only dream of in soccer -- playing at North Carolina or winning a World Cup title -- Heather O'Reilly has done. Now she will get the global experience by taking her career overseas.
2024 L.A. Olympics may involve new NFL stadium
Organizers trying to land the 2024 Summer Olympics for Los Angeles would include a new football stadium in the Games' ceremonies.
British sailor Alex Thomson breaks world record
Britain's Alex Thomson has broken the world record for most distance covered in a 24-hour period by a solo sailor by travelling 536.81 nautical miles during the Vendee Globe race.
Briton Thomson sets world record during Globe
British sailor Alex Thomson has set a world record for the most distance sailed solo in 24 hours in the Vendee Globe.
World champion Halsall retires from swimming
Three-time Olympian Fran Halsall has announced her retirement from swimming.
Vonn's comeback race canceled by snowfall
Lindsey Vonn's return to World Cup skiing has been postponed for at least a day after snowfall forced the cancellation of downhill training and the race itself Saturday.
ESPN brings you all the latest results of Indians competing at the Rio Paralympics.
All the Indians in action at the Paralympic Games in Rio
Ethiopian silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa remains in the U.S. on a visa as he remains fearful of returning to his homeland after he made an anti-government gesture at Rio.
Simone Biles is less than fond of bees, and showed off this fear when a bee buzzed around her on the podium during the 2014 World Championships.
ESPN brings you all the latest results of Indians competing at the Rio Olympics.
Katie Ledecky took a picture with Michael Phelps at an autograph signing when she was a kid. The two swimming stars recreated that photo in Rio, with a twist.
A Norwegian reporter performs an original rap for a thrilled Usain Bolt.
Olympians model their favorite emoji.