Olympic star Caeleb Dressel has returned to the competition pool after a layoff of nearly a year.
Fans of swimming, gymnastics and track & field can rejoice.
The second round of ticket sales for next year's Paris Olympics has started.
The jacket that Michael Jordan famously and grudgingly wore while receiving an Olympic gold medal has been in Brian McIntyre’s possession for more than three decades now.
Some 15,000 athletes will get to feast on fresh baguettes, gourmet dishes and environment-friendly French cuisine — but no wine — when Paris hosts the Summer Olympics next year.
Preparations in France for the 2024 Olympic Games had been going largely smoothly.
The United States will open Basketball World Cup play against New Zealand this summer, with Greece and Jordan also awaiting the Americans in the group stage.
People in France with disabilities have protested by showing how difficult and frustrating it is for them to travel alone by train into Paris.
European lawmakers have urged the International Olympic Committee to exclude Russian and Belarusian athletes from the 2024 Paris Games because of the war in Ukraine.
French President Emmanuel Macron's government is under pressure over the rights of people with disabilities as he hosts the country's first national conference on the issue since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tachlowini Gabriyesos fled his native Eritrea and walked the desert to reach Israel when he was just 12 years old.
Four million applications were received for an online lottery where winners get to buy tickets for next year’s Paris Olympics.
Badminton has upheld its ban on Russian and Belarusian players in international competitions on the eve of the start of Olympic qualifying.
Basketball’s international governing body FIBA says Russia has been excluded from qualification for the men’s Olympic basketball tournament in Paris next year.
A costly and complex clean-up is resuscitating the River Seine just in time for it to play a starring role in the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Emily Fox and Lindsey Horan both scored for the United States in a 2-0 victory Saturday over Ireland that was marred by what appeared to be a serious left knee injury to Mallory Swanson.
Some Russian athletes can soon return to international sports, although their status for the Paris Olympics is still up in the air.
A proposed French law for the 2024 Paris Olympics that critics contend will open the door for privacy-busting video surveillance technology in Europe has passed an important hurdle.
A United Nations rights expert advising the International Olympic Committee says Russian athletes who actively served in the war in Ukraine should be let back into international sport if they didn't take part in war crimes.
The Gymnastics Ethics Foundation was created in 2019 to help protect athletes after the American sexual abuse scandal and it has now published its strategy to set new safeguarding standards with a view to the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics.
The Paris Olympics is going underground to find a way to keep athletes cool at the 2024 Games without air conditioners.
A group of 42 retired Canadian Olympians are urging their country’s Olympic leaders to take a stand against Russians participating in next year’s Paris Games.
Organizers of next year’s Paris Olympics promised relatively modest prices and “egalitarian” access to events through an online system meant to revolutionize ticket sales and bring the masses to stadiums and arenas for as little as $26.
The path to the 2024 Paris Olympics for Ukrainian athletes is clouded by war, anger and pain.
There is little sign the Winter Olympics are coming to Milan in less than three years.
Jessie Diggins became the first American to win world championship gold in an individual cross country ski race, finishing 14 seconds in front of Sweden’s Frida Karlsson on Tuesday.
When Kevin Durant was asked about the notion of him and some other Olympic gold medalists potentially getting seats on USA Basketball’s Board of Directors, he liked the idea.
The Tokyo Olympic bid-rigging scandal has widened with Japanese advertising giant Dentsu and five other companies getting charged.
U.S. women’s coach Vlatko Andonovski earned 27% as much as American men’s coach Gregg Berhalter in the year ending last March 31, down slightly from 28% in the previous year.
With the first weekend of the Winter Olympics coinciding with the first weekend of Black History Month, it’s a good time to look back at how both Olympic and Black history was made 20 years ago this month at the Winter Games.
USA Basketball put together different rosters for all six World Cup qualifying windows, and coach Jim Boylen noticed the same two things with each of those groups.
USA Basketball is heading to this summer’s FIBA World Cup.
Russia’s reintegration into the world of sports one year after the invasion of Ukraine began threatens to create the biggest rift in the Olympic movement since the Cold War.
Not only was Johnson one of the greatest American athletes of all-time, but he also played a role in quelling a tragedy in U.S. history.
The World Anti-Doping Agency says it has appealed Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva’s doping case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and is seeking a four-year ban.
The governments of 35 nations signed a statement calling on the IOC to clarify the definition of “neutrality” as it seeks a way to allow Russian and Belarusian athletes back into international sports and next year's Paris Olympics.
The Phoenix Mercury have announced that Diana Taurasi agreed to re-sign with the team in a multiyear contract.
Mikaela Shiffrin had more than just a gold medal hanging around her neck during the awards ceremony for her latest world championship title.
A trial looking into bribery at the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee has begun.
The presidents of Ukrainian and Russian Olympic committees fought together as teammates at the 1992 Barcelona Games and won a gold medal in fencing for the post-Soviet Unified Team.