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Ryan Murphy breaks down the legacy of the Olympic event Team USA has never lost and walks through what being a part of the Tokyo team that broke a world record to keep the men’s 4x100m medley relay streak alive was like.
The Paris Olympics begin on Friday, July 26, and Sabrina Carpenter can hardly contain her excitement.
St. Lucia’s Julien Alfred rocketed to victory in the women’s 100m at the Diamond League Monaco in 10.85 seconds, the seventh-fastest time this season.
Norway’s Jakob Ingebrigsten shattered his own European record in the men’s 1500m at Diamond League Monaco with a time of 3:26.73, the sixth-fastest time ever, to become the first athlete to break 3:27 since 2015.
Letsile Tebogo of Botswana cruised to the win in the men’s 200m at Diamond League Monaco in a time of 19.87 seconds, easing off down the stretch before the finish.
Grant Holloway won the men’s 110m hurdles event at Diamond League Monaco with a time of 13.01 seconds, the fourth-fastest time ever recorded and just 0.06 seconds off the world record.
Australia’s Jessica Hull set a new world record in the women’s 2000m at Diamond League Monaco with a time of 5:19.70, besting the former world-record holder, Francine Niyonsaba of Burundi, by two seconds.
With a time of 43.80 seconds, Quincy Hall of the U.S. set a new world-lead in the men’s 400m event at Diamond League Monaco.
Algerian middle distance star Djamel Sedjati secured victory in the men’s 800m at Diamond League Monaco with a world-leading time of 1:41.46, the third-fastest time recorded in the event’s history.
In a highly-anticipated race between the three best 400m hurdlers of all time, Rai Benjamin got the best of world-record holder Karsten Warholm, as well as Alison dos Santos in the event at Diamond League Monaco.
Peter Jok has wanted to represent South Sudan since its basketball team was established in 2011, and after helping the Bright Stars qualify for their first ever Olympics, he’ll do just that in Paris this summer.
Dan Patrick gives his take on why the U.S. men’s basketball team selected Derrick White over Jaylen Brown for the 2024 Paris Olympics, discussing what the dynamic means for the squad moving forward.
A’ja Wilson and Breanna Stewart discuss their legacies in women’s basketball, as two of the best players in the world set their sights on keeping Team USA’s Olympic gold medal streak live in Paris.
Jim Boeheim joins Dan Patrick to discuss why Jaylen Brown wasn’t picked to join the U.S. men’s basketball roster for the 2024 Paris Olympics, explaining the decision-making that goes into major personnel moves.
From work ethic to parenting, is there a blueprint to becoming a great athlete at a young age? The DPS crew looks at how phenoms like Serena and Venus Williams, Tiger Woods and Cooper Flagg got their athletic starts.
Dan Patrick explains how Canada and France are serious contenders to win the gold medal in men’s basketball, discussing how U.S. fans might react if the team doesn’t win gold for the first time since 2004.
Representing Nigeria on the Olympic stage has long been a dream for Michelle Alozie, but her ambitions don’t stop there. An aspiring doctor, she doubles as a cancer researcher at Texas Children’s Hospital.
Noah Lyles, the three time defending World Champion in the 200m, broke Michael Johnson’s U.S. Olympic Track & Field Team Trials record to qualify for the 200m in Paris just days after leading the way in the 100m.
Yahoo Sports senior NBA reporter Vincent Goodwill tells Dan Patrick why he’s aboard the Cooper Flagg “hype train” after the 17-year-old, Duke-bound standout made a splash at Team USA training camp.
The DPS crew discusses high school basketball star Cooper Flagg’s performance on Team USA’s Select Team, noting the 17-year-old will be ‘the number one pick’ in next year’s NBA draft.
Joe Vardon joins Dan Patrick to discuss the latest from Team USA men’s basketball camp, including Cooper Flagg’s impressive showing and the top contenders at the upcoming 2024 Paris Olympics.
Joe Prince-Wright, Andy Edwards, and Nick Mendola analyze the UMSNT’s roster ahead of the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Joe Prince-Wright, Andy Edwards, and Nick Mendola preview the Copa America semi finals and discuss Argentina’s chances to win the tournament despite some impressive play from Colombia.
The PST crew discusses why it’s time for a USMNT head coaching change after Gregg Berhalter’s abysmal Copa America showing on home turf.
Faith Kipyegon, who is a two-time Olympic gold medalist in the 1500m, broke her own world record in the event at Diamond League Paris, crossing the line in 3:49.04 to surpass her previous record of 3:49.11.
Ukraine’s Yaroslava Mahuchikh broke a 37-year-old world record at Diamond League Paris in the women’s high jump with her leap of 2.10 meters.
Defending Tokyo gold medalist Valarie Allman increases her lead atop the Diamond League point standings by winning women’s discus at the Diamond League Paris.
Botswana speedster Letsile Tebogo discusses what it means to him to represent his home country. The 20-year old is set to take on World 200m champion, USA’s Noah Lyles, at the upcoming Monaco Diamond League on July 12.
Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone, the defending 400m hurdles Olympic Champion, capped off Trials by breaking her own world record in the event, finishing in 50.65 seconds to clinch a spot on her third Olympic team.
Natalie Esquire and Callie Lawson-Freeman react to the USWNT making history with an all-Black frontline that includes Crystal Dunn, Trinity Rodman, Jaedyn Shaw, Sophia Smith and Mallory Swanson.