German president boycotting Sochi Olympics after previous criticism of human rights violations
Geisenberger wins World Cup luge race, Hamlin clinches Olympic spot
An American Sweep: US women's bobsledders take top 3 spots in World Cup race
American Shani Davis 3rd at last speedskating World Cup event before Sochi Olympics
Chris Mazdzer of the US grabs a silver medal at World Cup luge stop, his best-ever showing
Being the favorite nothing new to White, but it will be in 2 events in Sochi instead of 1
Michael Mulder, Lee Sang-hwa win sprints at last speedskating World Cup before Olympics
Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan beats Patrick Chan in free skate to win Grand Prix Final
The Ganong Show: Always on cusp of breakout year, US skier hopes to deliver as Olympics loom
Bode Miller's repaired knee steadily mending, custody clash over son looms in court
IOC president to travel to Brazil soon to check on troubled preparations for 2016 Olympics
Patchwork power: Burton gives Olympic snowboarders an 'heirloom hippie' look
With Sochi around corner, often injured Weibrecht tries to get back on track at Beaver Creek
Psst. Have you heard about 2-time US figure skating champ Ashley Wagner? She hopes you have
Michael Phelps has been working out with his former coach but there is no word yet on a return to swimming for the Rio Olympics.
On Florent Amodio's road to the Winter Games, this is a momentous day: The 2011 European champion is trying on and about to skate in the new costumes he'll wear at the Sochi Olympics.
The British Olympic Association has reached a deal to have its team prepare for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics in the southeastern city of Belo Horizonte.
OLYMPIC CLASH: A prominent Japanese architect is campaigning to reduce the size of the spaceship-like main stadium approved for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, saying it's too expensive and would clash with its surroundings.
A prominent Japanese architect is campaigning to reduce the size of the spaceship-like main stadium approved for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, saying it's too expensive and would clash with its surroundings.
A year after Usain Bolt made history at the London Olympics and declared himself "a living legend," a bombshell dropped largely unnoticed in The Gleaner, the Caribbean's oldest newspaper: A former director of the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission alleged the island didn't drug-test its athletes for entire months before they dazzled at the Summer Games.