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World figure skating championships the latest chapter of Deanna Stellato-Dudek’s comeback
Deanna Stellato-Dudek, a 39-year-old pairs' figure skater for Canada, competes at the world championships after coming out of retirement.
Kanak Jha, U.S.’ top table tennis player, banned for missed drug tests
Kanak Jha, the U.S.' top-ranked singles table tennis player, was given a backdated one-year ban for missing drug tests.
Katinka Hosszu, Hungary swimming star, announces pregnancy
Katinka Hosszu, an Olympic and world champion swimmer from Hungary, announced she is pregnant with her first child.
Paris 2024 aims to keep Olympians, Paralympians cool without air conditioners
The Paris Olympics are going underground to find a way to keep athletes cool at the 2024 Games without air conditioners.
2023 World Figure Skating Championships TV, live stream schedule
How to watch the 2023 World Figure Skating Championships on TV and live streaming on Peacock.
Sanne Wevers, Olympic gymnastics champion, sets first competition since Tokyo
Sanne Wevers, an Olympic gymnastics balance beam gold medalist, plans to compete for the first time since the Tokyo Games.
Shiffrin finishes with GS win, two more records
Mikaela Shiffrin puts a bow on her historic 2022-23 World Cup campaign with a final giant slalom win in Andorra that broke two more all-time records.
Mikaela Shiffrin finishes World Cup with one more win, two more records and a revelation
Mikaela Shiffrin won the last race of the season at World Cup Finals to break the records for most women's giant slalom wins and podiums.
Shiffrin ties Vonn's all-time podium record
Mikaela Shiffrin adds yet another piece of history to her remarkable 2023, finishing third in the women's slalom at the World Cup Finals to tie Lindsey Vonn for the most women's podium finishes ever.
Mikaela Shiffrin ties Lindsey Vonn record at World Cup Finals
At the World Cup Finals, Mikaela Shiffrin tied Lindsey Vonn's record with her 137th career Alpine skiing World Cup podium.
Delayed but not denied: Josephus Lyles talks self-respect, setbacks, brotherhood
Sprinter Josephus Lyles discusses his track and field career and hopes of making the 2024 U.S. Olympic team.
Josephus Lyles on separate journey from brother
Mary Omatiga catches up with Josephus Lyles, who addresses his "very close" relationship with Noah, and why he's focused on not comparing himself to other people, including his older brother.
Ahead of world championships debut, Andrew Torgashev is building instead of grinding
U.S. figure skater Andrew Torgashev discusses his journey through various injuries and coaches to reach the 2023 World Figure Skating Championships.
Galen Rupp hopes NYC Half begins build back up to marathon
Galen Rupp races the NYC Half on Sunday, his first race since dropping out of the New York City Marathon. He's eyeing a return to the marathon.
Gut-Behrami wins super-G at World Cup Finals
Switzerland's Lara Gut-Behrami wins the women's super-G at the World Cup Finals ahead of Federica Brignone of Italy and Norway's Ragnhild Mowinckel, as Mikaela Shiffrin finishes 14th.
Marte Olsbu Roeiseland leads group of biathlon stars to retire
Norway's Marte Olsbu Røiseland, who won five biathlon medals at last year's Olympics, including two individual golds, announced she will retire.
Raven Saunders, Olympic shot put medalist, banned until 2024
Olympic shot put silver medalist Raven Saunders is banned until February 2024 for for drug-testing whereabouts failures.
Johan Clarey, oldest Olympic Alpine skiing medalist, retires
Johan Clarey, the oldest Olympic Alpine skiing medalist, retired at the World Cup Finals.
Stuhec wins World Cup Finals downhill over Goggia
Ilka Stuhec of Slovenia finishes .51 seconds ahead of Italy's Sofia Goggia and .81 seconds in front of Switzerland's Lara Gut-Behrami to claim the downhill victory at the World Cup Finals.
Mikaela Shiffrin ends what could be her best season at World Cup Finals, live on Peacock
Mikaela Shiffrin races at the Alpine skiing World Cup Finals, live on Peacock.
USA Swimming offers $1 million for Olympic relay sweep
USA Swimming will reward its athletes financially if the Americans sweep all seven relays at this summer’s world championships and the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Oleg Verniaiev, Olympic gymnastics champion from Ukraine, has suspension reduced
Oleg Verniaiev, a 2016 Olympic gymnastics champion for Ukraine, had a four-year doping ban reduced to two years, making him eligible to compete immediately.
Michael Phelps leads 2023 International Swimming Hall of Fame class
Michael Phelps will be inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in September, leading the class of 2023.
Alpine skiing TV, live stream schedule for 2022-23 World Cup season
NBC Sports and Peacock combine to air live coverage of the 2022-23 Alpine skiing season, concluding with the World Cup Finals, featuring Mikaela Shiffrin.
Dick Fosbury, Olympic champion who revolutionized high jump, dies at 76
Dick Fosbury, who introduced the Fosbury Flop and won the 1968 Olympic high jump title, died Sunday morning at age 76.
Vanessa Ferrari, after defying age in Tokyo, returns to gymnastics training
Italian Vanessa Ferrari recently returned to gymnastics training and wants to reach a fifth Olympics in 2024.
Mikaela Shiffrin gets new head coach, an Alpine skiing trailblazer
Mikaela Shiffrin has a new head coach starting next season -- Karin Harjo.
Jasmine Moore records farthest triple jump in U.S. history, and then jumps farther
Jasmine Moore broke the U.S. women's triple jump record -- indoors and outdoors -- at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships.
At short track worlds, the Dutch end a dynasty shared by rivals
The Netherlands dethroned China and South Korea at the world short track speed skating championships.
Celebrities congratulate Shiffrin on historic win
Following Mikaela Shiffrin's 87th Alpine skiing World Cup win, celebrities and athletes sent messages of support and celebration for Shiffrin to honor her historic moment.
Tyreek Hill races in first track meet since 2014
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill raced the 60m at the USA Track and Field Masters Indoor Championships.
Shiffrin wins record 87th career World Cup race
Mikaela Shiffrin stands alone with the most career Alpine skiing World Cup wins, racing to her 87th victory in a slalom in Are, Sweden.
Mikaela Shiffrin breaks Alpine skiing World Cup wins record
Mikaela Shiffrin broke the career record for Alpine skiing World Cup victories, grabbing her 87th on Saturday in a slalom in Åre, Sweden.
Marco Odermatt clinches World Cup overall title; can he break points record?
Marco Odermatt mathematically clinched a repeat Alpine skiing World Cup overall title and has a chance to break the men's points record.
Eric Frenzel, most decorated Nordic combined skier, sets retirement
German Eric Frenzel, the most decorated Nordic combined skier in Olympic history, announced he will retire at the end of this season.
Mikaela Shiffrin ties Alpine skiing World Cup wins record
Mikaela Shiffrin tied the career record for Alpine skiing World Cup wins with her 86th in a giant slalom in Åre, Sweden, on Friday.
Fencing body votes to lift ban on Russia, Belarus athletes
The International Fencing Federation (FIE) voted to lift its ban on fencers from Russia and Belarus next month.
Pat McCormick, Olympic legend and greatest U.S. female diver, dies at 92
Pat McCormick, the lone woman to sweep the springboard and platform golds at multiple Olympics, has died at age 92, according to USA Diving.
Natalie Spooner makes Canada roster for hockey worlds, 3 months after childbirth
Natalie Spooner, a three-time Olympic medalist forward, made Canada's hockey roster for next month's world championship, three months after childbirth.
Shiffrin ties Alpine skiing World Cup wins record
Watch Mikaela Shiffrin's incredible run that ties Ingemar Stenmark's all-time Alpine skiing World Cup wins record of 86.
Kaylee McKeown breaks world record in 200m backstroke
Olympic champion Kaylee McKeown of Australia broke the 200m backstroke world record, taking the American women off the record books in the backstroke.
Gable Steveson hopes to unretire from wrestling, eyes 2024 Olympics
Tokyo Olympic champion Gable Steveson reportedly hopes to unretire from wrestling and bid for the 2024 Paris Olympics, but the WWE is his priority.
Todd Sand, Olympic skater, coach, in ICU after heart attack; family grateful for support
Todd Sand, a three-time U.S. Olympic pairs' figure skater and current coach, is "fighting for his life" in an intensive care unit after a heart attack.
Ellen van Dijk, world time trial champion, announces pregnancy
Ellen van Dijk, the two-time reigning world time trial champion in road cycling, is due with her first child in September and plans to return in 2024.
U.S. men’s basketball team may play Giannis, Doncic, plus Spain before FIBA World Cup
The U.S. men's basketball team could play Giannis Antetokounmpo and Luka Doncic, in addition to Spain, before the FIBA World Cup.
Masters discusses her journey with prosthetics
Seventeen-time Paralympic medalist Oksana Masters discusses the accessibility of prosthetics and her experience navigating the world of prosthetics.
When Masters knew she belonged on the world stage
Of her 17 Paralympic medals, Oksana Masters says the silver medal she won in the 2014 Paralympic Games is one of the most meaningful because of how it impacted her confidence.
USOPC gets record $10 million donation for mental health
The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee is receiving a record $10 million donation to support its expanding mental-health programming.
Shohei Ono, Olympic judo champ undefeated for 6 years, steps away from competing
Shohei Ono, a two-time Olympic judo champion who went six years between international losses, announced he is stepping away from competition.
Irina Viner, Russian gymnastics coach who criticized Olympic judges, is banned
Irina Viner, a gymnastics coach, was suspended following criticism of judges who ended Russia's winning streak in rhythmic gymnastics at the Tokyo Olympics.