Questions loom for the USWNT as Olympic qualifying opens, but the back line hasn't changed since the World Cup. Julie Johnston and Meghan Klingenberg are just getting used to the new-found fame.
Hope Solo says he wouldn't go to Olympics if she had to decide today due to the Zika virus and its potential to harm an unborn child.
Ryan Vail made his marathon debut at the 2012 Olympic trials and he's back this year after battling injuries, hoping experience will carry the day.
U.S. Olympic marathon trials
Desiree Linden is the No. 2 female qualifier at the Olympic marathon trials but doesn't believe she's a shoo-in for Rio 2016.
Kenya has reportedly threatened to pull its athletes out of this summer's Olympic Games in Rio if the Zika virus in Brazil reach "epidemic levels".
With incredible tumbling and even better dance moves, UCLA's Sophina DeJesus put together a remarkable floor routine. She even finished with a dab.
Mikaela Shiffrin says she will return to World Cup ski racing next week in Switzerland after missing two months with a torn ligament in her right knee.
Tony Parker said he will be available to play for France in the Olympics despite his wife's pregnancy.
Drew Hunter broke Alan Webb's high school record in the indoor mile, running a 3:58.25 on Saturday in New York.
Lindsey Vonn is getting some competition for the overall World Cup title although she is still comfortably ahead.
The IAAF is investigating the authenticity of a letter published in Chinese media that suggests state-sanctioned doping in the 1990s and casts doubt on world records set by Wang Junxia.
In the first of a Black History Month essay series, DaMaris B. Hill, assistant professor of English at the University of Kentucky, reflects on track star Flo-Jo's influence on her as a child.
Brazil's sports minister said Thursday that he "lamented material and opinions in the press" that the Rio Olympics might be canceled because of the Zika virus outbreak.
Jessica Ennis-Hill will sit out of the indoor athletics season after suffering an Achilles injury while training.
Michael Phelps, an 18-time Olympic gold medalist, will use the Atlanta Classic as a final tuneup for the Rio Olympics.
Jack Riley Jr., head coach of the gold-medal winning U.S. men's hockey team in 1960, died Wednesday at age 95
The IOC president said a lot of nice things about L.A. after visiting proposed venues for the 2024 Games. But if he has a favorite among the four cities competing as host, he didn't share it.
Elena Brezhniva failed an out-of-competition test while at home in a case of "negligence."
All three athletics officials banned for life by the IAAF ethics commission in January for bribery and extortion to cover up a Russian doping case have appealed to sport's highest court.
The new downhill course for the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics has won praise from many competitors ahead of its World Cup event this weekend.
Doug Beal, who has been part of volleyball's national governing body for 46 years, will retire after 2016.
Concern over Brazil's outbreak of Zika virus has spread to many athletes who have traveled to Rio de Janeiro to train for the Olympics. Many are staying inside and using repellent to avoid Zika.
Italian manufacturer Wilier Triestina says it will sue the Belgian cyclist who used a motor on her bike at the cyclocross world championships in the latest scandal to rock the sport.
The IOC advised national Olympic committees to follow the World Health Organization's guidance on dealing with the Zika virus ahead of the Olympics, asserting that the Games will be safe.
Every member of Russia's track and field team will have to sign an anti-doping pledge as the country tries to restore its sporting reputation.
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde of Norway won his first career men's World Cup downhill as a late starter, beating Bostjan Kline by .22 seconds for his first career victory.
Without Abby Wambach, Sydney Leroux, Christie Rampone, Megan Rapinoe and others, the U.S. women's national team gets younger.
Partly by circumstance and partly by choice, the U.S. women will head into Olympic soccer qualifying with a younger roster aimed at both winning the 2016 Olympics and building for 2019.
Galen Rupp, the Olympic silver medalist in the 10,000 meters, will step up in distance and try to qualify for the Rio Games in the marathon next month.
Nathan Chen will miss the world figure skating championships after the American teen injured his hip in an exhibition hours after winning the bronze medal at nationals.
A group of refugee athletes will march together in the opening ceremony of the Rio Games in a symbol of hope for the world's migrants, IOC president Thomas Bach said.
Lord Coe has denied flagging up allegations of bribery ahead of the vote to decide the host city for the 2017 World Championships.
U.S. Olympic athletes sent a letter to leaders of the IOC and WADA this week, urging them to expand the investigation into Russian doping to sports beyond track and field.
The former CEO of World Sailing says he was fired for pushing to get rid of polluted Guanabara Bay as the sailing venue of the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Australia's Olympic Committee warned pregnant team members to carefully consider whether they will attend the Rio Games after an outbreak of the Zika virus, which can cause birth abnormalities.
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Sydney Leroux announced Monday night that she is pregnant. The U.S. women's soccer star is due in September, meaning she will miss the Olympics in Rio, which are scheduled for Aug. 5-21.
The Olympics are reportedly opening the field of competition to transgender athletes by adopting an updated policy that reflects standards already adopted by other sports organizations.
From ESPN The Magazine's Being Out Issue: Chris Mosier is the first known out transgender athlete to make a U.S. national team. But will he be allowed to compete for his country?
Olympic gold medalist Benita Fitzgerald Mosley is leaving her post at the U.S. Olympic Committee to take a CEO position at Laureus USA.
Athletics' doping scandal may be about to land another blow on the IAAF with doubts raised about the governing body's sponsorship by adidas.
Organizers behind Los Angeles' bid for the 2024 Olympic Games moved Monday to erase a major uncertainty: where to house thousands of athletes, and how to pay for it.
Adam Rippon interrupted Nathan Chen to marvel at the idea of doing four quadruple jumps in one practice session, let alone the free skate at the U.S. Championships.
Lindsey Vonn broke Annemarie Moser-Proell's record for most World Cup downhill victories with her 37th win in skiing's marquee event. It was also Vonn's 74th win across all disciplines.
Skier Lindsey Vonn says she's "pretty lonely" these days and is fighting depression, which is why she went out and recently got another puppy.