New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard will become the first transgender Olympian, per various reports.
He addresses his rise, his fall and his belief that glory in Tokyo—if he can make the team—will change everything.
Clemson University has walked back its plans to cut the university's men's track and field and cross country programs.
It remains undetermined how many fans will be allowed to spectate at June's U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in Eugene, Ore.
Tokyo Olympic committee president Seiko Hashimoto said she is "studying the timing," regarding potential fan attendance at the Tokyo games this summer.
The U.S. drew Sweden in yet another major international tournament and will have to get through two familiar faces en route to the knockout rounds.
Head of Tokyo Olympics reaffirms the games will not be canceled.
World 100m champion Christian Coleman's two-year ban for missed drug tests has been reduced to 18 months but he will still miss the Tokyo Olympics.
Twitter poked fun at the Ralph Lauren-made uniforms for their resemblance to a sailor's outfit and more.
The polls say people don’t want the Games, but the protests are lonely.
Noelle Lambert was one of the best lacrosse players at UMass Lowell, but lost her leg in an accident before her sophomore season. Now she's headed to Tokyo.
Gluckman, who died at 72 last week, believed his job was more about creating good adults than rowing champions.
USA Baseball will have its first chance to return to the Olympics in the 2028 Los Angeles Games.
North Korea said it decided not to participate in the Games to protect athletes from the “world public health crisis caused by COVID-19.”