Coronavirus Update: Local Olympians Adjust To Postponement Of Tokyo GamesThe postponing of the Tokyo Olympics seemed inevitable this week as the coronavirus continues to ravage the globe.
'Let Me Make A Little Change Here': New Yorkers Taking Path To Olympics Through ArcheryLarry Brown has dedicated his life to archery, and his star pupil Dallas Jones of Brooklyn is now a national champion eyeing a slot on the U.S. Olympics team in 2020.
Brooklyn Man Wounded In Stray-Bullet Shooting Becoming Force In World Para PowerliftingOne East New York resident has achieved incredible things since a terrible accident changed his life over a decade ago.
Born To Ride: Jessica Springsteen Has Sights Set On Olympic Equestrian Show JumpingJessica Springsteen is ranked fifth in the U.S. right now.
After Escaping War-Torn Homeland, One-Handed Martial Artist Finds Success In QueensSports offer a path to better ourselves through competition. For one martial artist it’s been a way to a new life.
Bronx-Born Breakdancing Could Soon Be Olympic SportThe International Olympic Committee is considering a proposal to bring breakdancing to the 2024 Paris games.
Olympic Dream? 13-Year-Old Becomes Youngest Skater To Win U.S. ChampionshipAlysa Liu was already a figure skating phenom. Now she's a national champion at age 13.
Swimmer Ryan Lochte Suspended Until July 2019 For Use Of IVThe 12-time Olympic medalist has been sanctioned for getting an intravenous infusion, a method that broke anti-doping rules.
Amid Olympic Closing Ceremonies, North Korea Says It's Willing To Hold Talks With U.S.Fireworks and ice marked the end of the Winter Olympics Sunday in Pyeongchang, North Korea.
USA Bobsled Looks To Future As Pyeongchang Olympics Come To CloseOn the day the Olympic cauldron was being extinguished in South Korea, the proverbial torch for USA Bobsled was being passed as well.
Vonn Scatters Grandfather's Ashes Near Downhill CourseLindsey Vonn came to South Korea with the goal of taking home an Olympic medal and leaving behind something even more special. She did both.
Silverman: USA Flips Script With Women's Hockey Gold Medal Win Over CanadaIt may not have been the Miracle on Ice, but it was clearly Frozen Redemption.
Lindsey Vonn Trying Not To Think Of Downhill As Her Last At OlympicsLindsey Vonn prefers not to dwell on what shapes up as a significant story line for the women's downhill at the Pyeongchang Games.
Shaun White's Newly Complex Legacy: Hero, Harasser Or Both?Like other high-profile men, White's triumphal moment was usurped by an abruptly resurfacing past. And a story that had received scant attention between Olympic cycles was, suddenly, one of the biggest in the world.
2018 Winter Olympics: Figure Skating Resumes, Canadian Women's Curlers Fight BackAfter a one-day break, figure skating resumed Monday with the ice dancing short program at the 2018 Winter Olympics.