Brandi Chastain: On Headers, Concussions, Soccer WagesBrandi Chastain is confident the U.S. women's soccer team can win the gold medal again in Rio, is advocating for fewer headers in youth games and dealing with her son's diagnosis of Crohn's disease.
Laurie Hernandez: 'Sassy' Young Gymnast Embracing Rio StageLaurie Hernandez keeps insisting she's too young to know better. That she's so new to this whole Olympics thing, she doesn't know she's supposed to be scared.
Johnson, Kudla, Baker Approved for US Olympic Tennis TeamAmerican singles players Steve Johnson, Denis Kudla and Brian Baker have had their appeals approved by the International Tennis Federation's Olympic Committee to compete at next month's Rio Games.
Biles, Douglas Headline US Women's Gymnastics TeamSimone Biles wouldn't let herself believe it. Not until she heard from national team coordinator Martha Karolyi, even if the Olympic dream she had been chasing for most of her life was locked down long ago.
Spieth Skipping Olympics, Latest Star Golfer to WithdrawJordan Spieth withdrew from the Olympics on Monday, leaving golf without its top four players when the sport returns to the games for the first time since 1904.
US Swimmers Using Therapy Dogs to Relax Before RacesKacey Oberlander is missing her dogs back home, and she's more than a little stressed competing in the high-pressure environment at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials.
Newcomers Pushing Out Veterans at US Olympic Swim TrialsNearly halfway through the eight-day trials, the team bound for Rio de Janeiro next month has as many as 17 first-timers. Left in their wake so far are such stalwarts as Missy Franklin, Natalie Coughlin, Matt Grevers, Tyler Clary and Jessica Hardy.
'Miracle on Ice' Goaltender Jim Craig is Selling Gold MedalThe U.S. Olympic Men's Hockey Team 1980 victory over the Soviet Union is forever remembered as the "Miracle on Ice."
Paris Secures Sponsors; Presents Logo for 2024 Olympic BidParis, which hosted the Olympics in 1900 and 1924, is competing against Budapest, Rome and Los Angeles for the 2024 games.
AP Investigation: Olympic Teams to Swim, Boat in Rio's FilthAthletes in next year's Summer Olympics here will be swimming and boating in waters so contaminated with human feces that they risk becoming violently ill and unable to compete in the games, an Associated Press investigation has found.
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