Cookson: I knew of Froome's urine test result
Brian Cookson was made aware of four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome's adverse analytical finding in his final hours in office as head of cycling's world governing body.
Canada tops U.S. in women's hockey tune-up
Haley Irwin and Sarah Nurse scored in the second period, sending Canada to a 3-1 victory over the United States on Friday night in the latest Olympic tune-up between the world's top powers in women's hockey.
Schneider captures European bobsled title
Stephanie Schneider won her second consecutive bobsled World Cup race Saturday, leading a German sweep of the European Championship podium.
Svindal dominates Val Gardena downhill
Aksel Lund Svindal dominated the 50th anniversary edition of the Saslong Classic downhill Saturday, leading a 1-2 finish by a significant margin ahead of Norwegian teammate Kjetil Jansrud.
Former Team GB cyclist Sharon Laws dies
Former Great Britain cyclist Sharon Laws has died aged 43 following a battle with cancer.
Vonn powers to victory in World Cup super-G
Lindsey Vonn powered down a shortened course to win a World Cup super-G race on Saturday and clinch her first victory of the season. It was the 33-year-old American skier's 78th World Cup race win.
Krueger, Gehring earn U.S. short track spots
John-Henry Krueger qualified for his first Olympic team and Lana Gehring made her second nearly eight years apart at the U.S. short track speedskating trials.
Canada gymnastics coach faces sex charges
Gymnastics Canada's women's national team director Dave Brubaker faces multiple sex-related charges. Brubaker appeared in court on Friday and was released on bail with a February court date.
Pates gets leg up on U.S. Olympic halfpipe spot
19-year-old Jake Pates was the surprise winner in the second of four U.S. qualifying events and put himself in position to be on the team heading to the Olympics in two months.
Russians take gold, silver in luge at Lake Placid
In a sport dominated by Germans and with their nation dealing with a doping scandal over state-sponsored programs during the Sochi Games, Russians Roman Repilov and Semen Pavlichenko swept the top two spots in a luge event at Lake Placid on Friday.
Sources: 3 sponsors leaving USA Gymnastics
Under Armour, Hershey's and Procter & Gamble, some of USA Gymnastics' biggest sponsors, are moving on as sexual assault cases continue to rock the sport, sources told ESPN.
MSU says $10M fund to support Nassar victims
Michigan State on Friday announced a $10 million fund to be used for counseling and mental health services for those who spoke out against Dr. Larry Nassar.
Ferstl wins super-G to end German drought
Early starter Josef Ferstl put down a nearly flawless run in a fog-interrupted super-G on Friday to become the first German man to win a World Cup speed event in 13 years.
Dukurs takes Euro skeleton title with 50th win
Latvian slider Martins Dukurs won the European skeleton title for a third straight year Friday by earning his 50th career World Cup win.
Wiggins' wife brands Froome 'slithering reptile'
Cath Wiggins, the wife of five-time Olympic gold medalist Sir Bradley Wiggins, has issued an apology after she branded Chris Froome a "slithering reptile" in an outburst on social media.
Sled cracks, Fennell loses bid for luge spot
John Fennell, who competed for Canada in the 2014 Sochi Games and was aiming to qualify for Team USA, saw his Olympic hopes fizzle after cracking his luge sled during a run at the Nations Cup race on Wednesday.
White tumbles at U.S. Olympic halfpipe qualifier
Shaun White fell during the qualifying round of the Dew Tour and did not reach the final of the second Olympic qualifying event.
USA Cycling unveils 51-member national team
USA Cycling has unveiled a national team program that includes 51 athletes across five disciplines who will receive year-round support based on their level of accomplishment.
Team USA to get Olympic prep vs. NWHL team
The U.S. women's hockey team will play two exhibition games in January against top players from the NWHL in a final tune-up for the Winter Olympics.
Bird, Taurasi headline U.S. women's hoops pool
Eleven members of the 2016 Olympic team that won a sixth consecutive gold medal for the Americans are in the pool of 29 players that was announced Thursday.
Amazon gets AVP streaming rights through '20
Amazon has an agreement with the AVP tour to livestream almost every match from every tournament for the next three summers on Amazon Prime Video.
WADA shares Moscow lab evidence on doping
Evidence from a Moscow laboratory database has been shared by World Anti-Doping Agency investigators with international sports bodies that must decide on prosecuting Russian athletes for doping.
Putin: U.S. manipulating doping testimony
Russian President Vladimir Putin accused U.S. agencies of manipulating evidence from the main whistleblower on doping at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Froome: I'm clean, but stigma will remain
Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome took to twitter to express his sadness that the use of salbutamol by athletes suffering from asthma may result in them being judged as dopers.
Froome case a 'scandal' says rival Martin
Katusha-Alpecin rider Tony Martin has slammed both Chris Froome and the UCI for showing favouritism towards the Team Sky rider.
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.