Here's a look at some U.S. athletes or teams who did not win gold medals in Tokyo, but could have their golden moments in three years.
Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi can comfortably pass the torch in the midst of a remarkable gold medal streak that continued with Sunday's win.
After a taxing run-up to the Games, U.S. swimmer Brooke Forde got the ultimate reward—a silver in Tokyo, with her dad there in attendance to share in the experience.
The Games may be over, but there are still medals to award, for the best, worst and most memorable moments.
The women finally broke through with a win over Brazil in Tokyo.
U.S. athletes trying to make the Winter Olympics will have to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, and must show proof of vaccination by Dec. 1.
Inside the 24-year-old swimmer's decision to leave Stanford and join elite training partners and a new coach ahead of Paris 2024.
Time's list included Simone Biles, Suni Lee, Naomi Osaka, Shohei Ohtani, Allyson Felix and Tom Brady.
Malaysian shot putter Muhammad Ziyad Zolkefli was stripped of his gold medal because he arrived to the event three minutes later than the call time.
Shepherd, who is making her Paralympic debut, has been friends with Long since she was a young girl, bonded by their similar stories.
Humphries, reigning women’s bobsled world champion, has asked the International Olympic Committee to allow her to compete in the games without a U.S. passport.
Lee is a first-generation Hmong-American who won the women's individual all-around event at Tokyo 2020.
If the backflipping Olympic champion ever goes to WWE, he knows he wants to work with Paul Heyman.
He’s telling his side of the story after a video went viral.
The analyst had the perfect response to the U.S. men's basketball players.
From new sports taking the Games by storm to staggering performances by athletes young and old, here are some of the most memorable aspects of the Tokyo Games.
It came down to the last night of competition and was determined by the slimmest of margins.
Despite its best showing at the Games in two decades, Team USA's 17-year drought will extend to Paris 2024.