USA Beach Volleyball To Begin Elimination Matches In Quest For Gold

As the men’s and women’s beach volleyball knockout stages begin, Team USA is front and center fighting for more gold medals to bring home from Tokyo. The American women were dominant in group play, with both U.S. teams going 3-0. Kelly Claes and Sarah Sponcil will face Canada’s Heather Bansley and Brandie Wilkerson on Saturday, July 31, at 8 p.m.... [...]

America's Mu Through to 800m Final, Keeping Alive Quest for Gold

The 19-year-old will be hunting for her country's second gold in the event after Madeline Manning's triumph in 1968 and their first medal since 1988. [...]

Podcast: Celebrating the Legend That Is Allison Schmitt

With silver and bronze medals in Tokyo, Allison Schmitt has ascended to elite status in the Olympic world. She’s a four-time Olympian and swimming team captain. But when she first realized she was a 10-time Olympic medalist, the breadth of her accomplishments overwhelmed her with emotion. [...]

Britain's Asher-Smith Out of Games Due to Injury

Asher-Smith, the 200 metres world champion, said she tore her hamstring before the Games. [...]

100m Favorite Bromell Sneaks Through as Fast Loser

Bromell finished a ragged fourth in the second heat, clocking 10.05 seconds - with only the first three progressing automatically. [...]

Belinda Bencic Wins Women's Singles Gold; Elina Svitolina Claims Bronze

Belinda Bencic became the first Swiss woman to win an Olympic gold medal in tennis. [...]

Katie Ledecky Plans To Return For 2024 Olympics, Shot At History

Katie Ledecky’s historic career is still far from over. After winning gold in the 800m freestyle — her final race in Tokyo — the 24-year-old confirmed she wants to compete in the 2024 Paris Olympics. “That was not my last swim,” Ledecky said. “I’m at least going to ’24, maybe ’28. We’ll see. You never take anything for granted. You... [...]

Abrahamson: Night Magic — 10.61, and FloJo's Olympic Mark From the 1980s Is No More

Elaine Thompson-Herah, the Rio 2016 champ, ran 10.61, the second-fastest time ever, an Olympic record, one-hundredth of a second faster than the famed Florence Griffith-Joyner, who had run 10.62 at the 1988 Games in Seoul. FloJo still holds the world record, 10.49, also set in 1988. [...]

Watch Jamaica's Elaine Thompson-Herah Set Olympic Record in Women's 100m

Elaine Thompson-Herah is the fastest woman alive. The Jamaican sprinter earned the title during Saturday’s women’s 100m final at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo. She sped to a 10.61 time, beating Florence Griffith Joyner’s 10.62 set at the 1988 Seoul Olympics. It marks the second-fastest time in history, trailing Griffith Joyner’s record 10.49. Thompson-Herah had posted times of 10.82 in... [...]

Zach LaVine Bests Tomas Satoransky as Team USA Advances

In a game that both Bulls guards anticipated, Team USA advanced with an impressive defensive showing that also featured Kevin Durant becoming the all-time scoring leader for the program. [...]

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