Lolo Jones showed up in Lake Placid three weeks ago, unsure where her first foray into bobsledding could lead. Read more »
The decorated wrestler who rose to fame at the 2000 Sydney Olympics with his gold-medal-winning upset of Russian Alexander Karelin has endured physical hardships and financial setbacks in the years... Read more »
The state’s Olympic Exploratory Committee is unanimously recommending Salt Lake City pursue another bid, this time for the 2026 Winter Games. Read more »
Athletes with large salaries are tending to go bankrupt because they cannot manage a budget. Read more »
Investigation's complete report Report of Special Investigative Counsel Regarding an Allegation of Tampering with a Competitor's Skate at the 2011 World Short-Track Speedskating Team... Read more »
Firm investigating allegations against speedskating coach say there is not enough evidence to support claims of abuse (+video)
On the same day Olympic bronze medalist Simon Cho admitted to bending the blade of a Canadian skater during the 2011 World Championships, an investigation into allegations against the coach the... Read more »
U.S. speedskater Simon Cho admitted he bent the blade of a Canadian skater because he was intimidated and scared of U.S. Speedskating's now-suspended head coach, Jae Su Chun. Read more »
U.S. speedskating coach Jae Su Chun was placed on administrative leave Sunday, hours after his spokesman released a statement denying claims of verbal, physical and psychological abuse brought by... Read more »
Matthew DeLong found himself with several of his peers at the Olympic training center a few months before the start of the 2012 London Olympics. Read more »
The United States men's wheelchair basketball team has moved to today's semifinal round, including co-captain Paul Schulte. Read more »
Wait a minute, somebody please tell me that Oscar Pistorius, the South African paralympic sprinter, didn't say what he said at the London Paralympic Games a few days ago. Read more »
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will make a visit to hurricane-damaged Louisiana in between previously scheduled campaign visits. Read more »
When BMX cyclist Arielle Martin is overcome by the agony of her lifelong dream slipping away for a second time, she finds comfort in the knowledge that there must be a reason. Read more »
The International Cycling Union will wait for the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency to explain why Lance Armstrong should lose his seven Tour de France titles before commenting on the case. Read more »
The University of Utah wants to expand Rice-Eccles Stadium to boost capacity by 10,000 seats and create booster areas for Ute football, a school administrator confirmed Tuesday. Read more »
It was a beautiful birthday. Read more »
SALT LAKE CITY — A final report recommending whether Utah should bid again for a Winter Olympics is now expected to be made public next month. The state's Olympic Exploratory Committee... Read more »
Thousands of Olympians have returned to their homelands with the end of the London Games — but more than a dozen African competitors have not. Read more »
Our Take: Suffering from Olympics withdrawals? The Atlantic has you covered with a list of niche sports from across the globe and when their competitions are taking place: The joys of Olympics-watching include, but are not limited... Read more »
Just hours after the close of the Olympics, a female shot putter from Belarus was stripped of her gold Monday in the first case of an athlete losing a medal for doping at the London Games. Read more »
Valerie Adams' silver has now turned gold. Also other updates on Mormons competing in racewalking and wrestling. Read more »
The military, law enforcement, hospitals, prisons and other institutions employ chaplains to offer spiritual guidance in situations of desperation or pending death. Since 1988, Olympic athletes... Read more »
For all those beach volleyball players who thought Horse Guards Parade transformed itself into the sport's best Olympic venue yet, wait until they hit the sand in Brazil in four years. Read more »
Britain finished its home Olympics with its biggest medal haul since 1908, but the top of the table belonged to the United States. The Americans topped the chart with 46 golds and 104 overall,... Read more »
The Games of the 30th Olympiad are in the books. London is the seventh Olympics I've covered. I've come to regard the Olympics as a global family home evening. It's got an opening, a closing,... Read more »
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