Soutter's dad criticises pressure on young athletes
The father of Team GB snowboarder Ellie Soutter -- who died on her 18th birthday -- has called for more to be done to raise awareness of mental health in high-level sport.
Team GB snowboarder Soutter dies aged 18
Team GB snowboarder Ellie Soutter has died aged 18, the British Olympic Association announce on Thursday.
7 medal events added to 2022 Winter Games
The International Olympic Committee has added seven events to the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, creating a program of 109 gold medals.
Brady, Shiffrin, LeBron to vie for ESPY awards
Tom Brady, Jose Altuve, Alex Ovechkin and James Harden will vie for the best male athlete award at the ESPYS, while Mikaela Shiffrin, Sylvia Fowles, Chloe Kim and Julie Ertz are nominated for the women's award.
Federer, Durant, Chloe Kim among Time 100
Roger Federer, Kevin Durant, J.J. Watt, Chloe Kim, Adam Rippon and cricket batsman Virat Kohli were recognized as part of the Time 100.
Friday recap: The Miracurl on Ice, history for Ledecka, Kenworthy's latest furry friend
Miracurl on Ice! The U.S. men won gold in curling, snowboarder Kyle Mack grabbed silver and Gus Kenworthy found a new best friend. Here's what you missed from Day 15 of the Pyeongchang Games.
Kyle Mack lands a frontside 1440 bloody Dracula for silver: 'I'm doing this for snowboarding'
Five of nine gold medals and half of all of the American medals have been won by the U.S. snowboard and freeski teams in Pyeongchang.
Czech ski medalist wins 2nd gold in snowboard
In an unheard-of Olympic double, Czech sensation Ester Ledecka won a gold medal in snowboarding's parallel giant slalom on Saturday to go with her surprise skiing victory in the Alpine super-G earlier in the Winter Games.
Canada's Toutant wins gold in Big Air debut
With Ivanka Trump in attendance, Canadian snowboarder Sebastien Toutant soared to gold in the Olympic debut of the men's Big Air competition.
Snowboarder eyes return after breaking neck
Austrian snowboardcrosser Markus Schairer, who broke his neck in a frightening crash at the Olympics last week, is considering a return to the sport.
Saturday preview: Red Gerard eyes second Pyeongchang medal, U.S. men in first curling final
Saturday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Red Gerard hopes the big air competition will bring him more hardware, and the U.S. men's curling team plays its first Olympic final.
Two teens make NZ Olympic history
Nico Porteous produces the run of his life -- twice -- to follow Zoi Sadowski-Synnott into New Zealand Olympic history.
Austria's Gasser tops Anderson for big air gold
Anna Gasser edged two-time gold medalist Jamie Anderson to win gold in the Olympic debut of women's big air snowboarding.
Thursday preview: Shiffrin vs. Vonn in Alpine combined, USA-Canada showdown in women's hockey final
Thursday's highlights in Pyeongchang include a Mikaela Shiffrin-Lindsey Vonn showdown in Alpine combined, while the U.S. takes on Canada in the women's ice hockey final.
This big-air event could be the big lift women snowboarders need
On Monday, Olympic organizers decided to proceed with the women's snowboard slopestyle contest despite high winds -- and it became a contest of survival and not skill.
Tuesday preview: Virtue and Moir look for second gold, U.S. men's hockey vies for quarters
Tuesday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir look to win their second Olympic gold of the Games, the U.S. men's hockey team plays for a spot in the quarters and Germany's Laura Dahlmeier eyes a fourth biathlon medal.
Best trick wins! Snowboard big air event set to make Olympic debut
The thrills and spills of snowboard big air will grace the Winter Olympics for the first time this week. What should you be looking out for? Alyssa Roenigk breaks it down.
W2W4 in Pyeongchang: Kenworthy eyes first Olympic gold; Hirscher hopes for GS gold
Sunday's highlights in Pyeongchang include Gus Kenworthy's run for his first Olympic gold in men's ski slopestyle and Austrian alpine skier Marcel Hirscher's quest for gold in giant slalom.
Kim will capitalize on endorsements on her own
Chloe Kim will have control of her own endorsement deals when she turns 18 in April, a wish her father made to her agent. And there will be no shortage of interest.
Jacobellis fails to medal in snowboardcross
United States snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis failed to earn a medal in the snowboardcross event, finishing in fourth place. Michela Moioli won gold, Julia Pereira De Sousa Mabileau took silver and Eva Samkova claimed the bronze.
W2W4 at Pyeongchang: Nathan Chen looks to rebound, Lindsey Vonn makes debut
Saturday's highlights in Pyeongchang include Nathan Chen, who hopes to rebound from a disastrous short program, while Lindsey Vonn makes her Pyeongchang debut in super-G.
Austrian fractures vertebra in snowboard cross
Markus Schairer, a three-time Olympian from Austria who competes in snowboard cross, fell during a quarterfinal heat and suffered a fracture of the fifth cervical vertebra.
France's Vaultier races to snowboard cross gold
Despite crashing and barely qualifying in his semifinal run of the men's snowboard cross, Pierre Vaultier of France bounced back in the finals to win his second Olympic gold.
Lawyer: White minimized harassment problem
Shaun White called his behavior regrettable, while the lawyer representing Lena Zawaideh said, "No woman wants to be called a 'gossip' or a liar by the harasser."
W2W4 in Pyeongchang: Shiffrin eyes second slalom gold, Jacobellis hopes for snowboard cross magic
Thursday's highlights in Pyeongchang include USA's Mikaela Shiffrin, who will go for her second straight slalom gold, while the U.S. men's hockey team will look to shake off their rocky start.
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Two-time Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu made a successful return from an ankle injury by winning the Autumn Classic figure skating competition on Saturday. Canada's Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje won the ice dance with a new program.
Tied midway through the second quarter, the U.S. went on a 20-6 run en route to a 87-67 victory over Senegal in their FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup opener.
The U.S. Center for SafeSport now has 24 full-time employees. It has come under criticism for not processing cases quickly enough.
An anti-doping group said WADA "surrendered to pressure from the IOC and the Russian government" in its decision to reinstate Russia's drug-fighting operation.
In her first speech to the U.S. Olympic family, incoming CEO Sarah Hirshland outlined her intent to rethink the concept of "athlete support." Chairman Larry Probst, meanwhile, acknowledged shortcomings in his tenure.
Longtime UCLA women's gymnastics coach Valorie Kondos Field, who is entering her 29th season with the Bruins, will retire next spring to explore other pursuits.