Next up for Michael Phelps' comeback: Two events that produced Olympic gold. Read more »
In an unusually blunt public warning, a vice president of the International Olympic Committee on Tuesday called the delayed preparations for the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro "the worst I have... Read more »
Addressing the Utah Technology Council Tuesday at their annual meeting at Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City, Noelle PIkus-Pace described how she worked for and achieved her life's dream of... Read more »
Phelps is coming out of retirement, the first step toward possibly swimming at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Read more »
Maybe Shaun White was right all along. Read more »
Governor's Third Annual State of Sport Awards on April 22, 2014, seek to honor Utah's best athletes, moments Also honored will be 2014 Olympians, Paralympians and local golf pros Johnny Miller and... Read more »
Remember when U.S. skier Mikaela Shiffrin talked about dreaming of winning five gold medals at the 2018 Olympics? She'd like to take that back. Sort of. Read more »
For Henry Marsh, boycotted out of the Russian Olympics in 1980, watching Utahns dominate the Sochi Olympics was the next best thing. Read more »
'Deseret News National Edition' looks at mental illness, the new 'Cosmos' TV show, sketch comedy and the Paralympics
This latest episode of the Deseret News National Edition looks into mental illness, the new "Cosmos" and a variety of other topics. Read more »
Marcel Hirscher clinched his third straight overall World Cup title on Saturday but couldn't prevent Ted Ligety from winning his fifth season-long giant slalom trophy. Read more »
Keith Gabel, a graduate of Ben Lomond High, won bronze in the U.S. men's sweep of snowboard cross. It's the first Paralympic sweep for any U.S. men's team in history. This is the first games for... Read more »
It was Josh Sweeney's goal in the second period that retained the Paralympic title for the U.S., ensuring it was "The Star-Spangled Banner" playing later in the near-7,000 capacity arena as the... Read more »
American Mikaela Shiffrin completed her exceptional slalom season with a fifth World Cup win on Saturday. Read more »
Ogden's Keith Gabel and Park City's Danelle Umstead (guided by her husband Rob) won bronze medals in their respective races Friday in Russia. Read more »
In 2016, Rio de Janeiro will welcome the world’s athletes, dignitaries and tourists as it hosts the Summer Games. The Olympics are a great platform for worldwide exposure, and a Utah company... Read more »
Russian President Vladimir Putin maintained on Thursday that Moscow did not instigate the Crimea crisis and thanked Paralympic leaders for not wading into the tensions over Ukraine. Read more »
An Olympic medalist Utahn brought her message of hard work and perseverance along with fighting child hunger to high school students on Monday morning. Read more »
The Utah ski team had a rough day on the slopes, dropping to fifth place in the NCAA championships, which were won by the University of Denver. Read more »
Paralympic snowboarder Amy Purdy talks about achieving her dreams, competing on 'Dancing with the Stars'
Amy Purdy will compete in the debut of snowboard cross in the 2014 Paralympic Games on March 14. Then she'll partner with Derek Hough on "Dancing with the Stars" on March 17. She isn't just an... Read more »
Utah’s represented at the 2014 Paralympic Games by five athletes and six individuals. Read more »
Utah Paralympian Tyler Burdick's passion for snowboarding helped him find a new way to represent his country
Tyler Burdick was one week from finishing his third deployment in the Middle East when a roadside bomb left his legs severely injured. Forced to medically retire from the military, he will... Read more »
Maddie Bowman, gold medalist in halfpipe skiing, dropped by to visit her neighbors at Mission at Hillside, a Salt Lake nursing home. Bowman shared her gold medal with residents and answered their... Read more »
The Utah Legislature welcomed an Olympic champion in its midst on Monday. Read more »
Slopestyle gold medalist Joss Christensen's wild ride continues as he returns to his hometown of Park City
Park City's Joss Christensen is enjoying his role in the historic U.S. sweep of slopestyle skiing. He went from barely making the U.S. team to earning an Olympic gold medal, which he dedicated to... Read more »
Paralympians hope their stories will inspire others to push the limits of life — even in the face of physical disabilities
The Paralympic Games begin March 7 and will feature six athletes from Utah. The event will showcase athletes from around the world competing in five different sports, with snowboard cross making... Read more »
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