The organizing committee for the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics elevated its top marketing officer, Kathy Carter, to CEO on Tuesday as it ramps up preparations for the Games that are now less than seven years away. Carter started work for the committee in 2018 as its chief revenue officer and is responsible for securing key […]
Emily Shilson did her part to help make this one of Team USA women’s wrestling’s best summers ever. With history made, Shilson is now focusing on one more international event before trying to win a national championship at Augsburg University.
When a person is born a great athlete, even disabilities cannot prevent them from achieving their goals; McClain Hermes is the perfect example.
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) — USA Luge’s competitive season began Wednesday with Tucker West winning his ninth national start championship and Emily Sweeney winning the women’s start crown for the first time. West held off Jonny Gustafson over the three-start event to win the men’s title at the team’s indoor training facility by 0.28 seconds. […]
FREMONT, Ind. (AP) — The bald, broad-shouldered cyclist has spent years remembering a nighttime road in a faraway city. He can still describe the city’s narrow streets and crushing heat. He talks about the dead end that forced his convoy turn around. And the explosion. “It’ll always be a part of me,” said Tom Davis, […]
Reigning world champion Kaillie Humphries was announced as part of this season’s USA Bobsled national team on Monday, even with her status for this winter’s Beijing Olympics remaining unclear. Humphries was a lock to make the team after winning gold medals in both the traditional two-person and the new women’s monobob event at last season’s […]
TOKYO (AP) — The final act of the delayed Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics came Sunday, almost eight years to the day after the Japanese capital was awarded the Games. The Paralympics ended a 13-day run in a colorful, circus-like ceremony at the National Stadium overseen by Crown Prince Akishino, the brother of Emperor Naruhito. The […]
Rene Fasel barely had time for a sigh of relief about the agreement to send NHL players to Beijing before his mind wandered to what’s next for hockey at the Olympics. “There is a lot of work to come,” the president of the International Ice Hockey Federation said. “It’s not over yet.” Most of the […]
One of the youngest to swim at Tokyo Trials, Teagan O’Dell, expected to make a splash at future Games
Teagan O’Dell is making a splash and may be headed towards the 2023 Olympics.
Ken Merten participated in the 1964 Olympic trials for the Tokyo Olympics before qualifying in 1968 as part of Olympic team in Mexico City.