The rushing, boulder-strewn river at the Adventure Sports Center International looks nothing like a level playing field. But it is, for athletes in this week's canoe and kayak whitewater slalom world championships.
Kim Tong-Hyung, Associated Press | posted Sep 12th - 8:10am
As the port city of Incheon prepares to host the Asian Games, some are worried about what happens when the party leaves town.
Eric Willemsen, Associated Press | posted Sep 12th - 5:00am
Austria is tightening its anti-doping laws, making it illegal for athletes to work with coaches and officials who have been banned in doping cases.
The Associated Press | posted Sep 11th - 5:30am
The head of Hungary's national Olympic committee says it fully supports a possible Budapest bid for the 2024 Games.
The Associated Press | posted Sep 9th - 12:01pm
Olympic officials are increasing their collaboration with Interpol to combat match-fixing and illegal betting.
Stephen Wilson, Associated Press | posted Sep 9th - 3:40am
Thomas Bach has been moving at breakneck speed in his first year as IOC president. Yet even he didn't expect to secure support for his Olympic reforms so quickly.
Brian Mahoney, Associated Press | posted Sep 6th - 2:20pm
They have a gold medal to chase and a golden U.S. basketball legacy to protect, so the Americans knew they had to bring their best to Barcelona.
Stephen Wade, Associated Press | posted Sep 4th - 4:11pm
In a move to protect a nature reserve, a Brazilian court has proposed changes that throw into question the future of the golf course being built for the 2016 Olympics.
Jenny Barchfield, Stephen Wade, Associated Press | posted Sep 3rd - 7:10pm
Rio de Janeiro's Olympic golf course faces an uncertain future after a court proposed Wednesday that the under-construction layout should be modified to meet environmental concerns.
Ciaran Fahey, Associated Press | posted Sep 1st - 12:10pm
Berlin and Hamburg presented low-cost models with contrasting approaches on Monday in bids to become Germany's candidate city for the 2024 or 2028 Olympics.
Stephen Wade, Associated Press | posted Aug 28th - 12:20pm
The Rio de Janeiro Olympics and Paralympics want diversity in the ranks as they begin the search for 70,000 volunteers.
The Associated Press | posted Aug 27th - 8:30pm
China's two-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Ye Shiwen has a new title: College freshman.
The Associated Press | posted Aug 26th - 11:01am
Almost two years before the 2016 Summer Olympics starts, the first competitors have qualified for the Rio de Janeiro Games.
The Associated Press | posted Aug 26th - 9:30am
Berlin and Hamburg have announced their intention to bid for the Olympics in 2024 or 2028.
John Pye, Associated Press | posted Aug 25th - 12:30am
The long, deep breaths were a sign: Elation, satisfaction, relief. And just a touch of exhaustion.
John Pye, Associated Press | posted Aug 24th - 9:31pm
Michael Phelps gave an incredulous look, an almost indignant response and strode away to collect a gold medal.
John Pye, Associated Press | posted Aug 22nd - 7:50am
Michael Phelps is back on top of the podium.
Will Graves, Associated Press | posted Aug 20th - 5:40pm
The realization didn't hit Simone Biles until days later.
Martha Ostergar | posted Aug 19th - 1:15pm
A Rhode Island Little League coach had a team of disappointed kids when they were eliminated from tournament play, but his speech is one for the very best of books.
Beth Harris, Associated Press | posted Aug 16th - 10:30am
Michael Phelps has always fed off adversity. Not that the most decorated Olympian has faced much in the pool.
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