The BYU student's absence was the most notable development on the fall 2014 national team roster that was unveiled Tuesday. Read more »
Maybe Shaun White was right all along. Read more »
Noelle Pikus-Pace and Sage Kotsenburg represented Utah at the Best of U.S. award ceremony for the Winter 2014 Olympic and Paralympic athletes. 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 »
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... 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 »
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 »
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... Read more »
US Paralympic snowboarder Keith Gabel relied on positive attitude, determination to overcome tragedies
Ogden native and Ben Lomond High graduate Keith Gabel will represent the U.S. in the 2014 Paralympic Games as snowboard cross makes its Paralympic debut in Sochi. Read more »
The University of Utah welcomes the country's best collegiate skiers to the state for the NCAA championships this week. Read more »
Olympic bronze medalist Chris Fogt’s time in Iraq almost meant the end of his bobsled career, but he found that the soldiers he served with wanted him to compete... Read more »
If Utah were its own country, it would have finished No. 10 in the world in medals. Read more »
There will come a point when there is a sort of “passing of the torch,” when I let go of some of my dreams and let my children achieve theirs and,... Read more »
KSL TV ranked No. 1 in share of audience and No. 2 in ratings in television coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. Read more »
The U.S. Olympic Committee selected its finalists the first-ever Best of the U.S. Olympic Awards. Read more »
Seventeen days of Olympic competition has put Russia in the spotlight, and officials hope it's changed hearts and minds about who is and how engaged it wants to be... Read more »
The bronze was Park City native Steve Holcomb's second Olympic medal of the games, third in his career, while it was Alpine's Chris Fogt's first. Read more »
Flushed with pride after a spectacular showing at the costliest Olympics ever, Russia celebrates 17 days of sport-driven global unity on Sunday night with a farewell... Read more »
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