Beijing Winter Games App Contain Security Flaws Experts Warn; Olympic Torch Relay Cut Down To Three Days
Cybersecurity experts expressed concerns about the required Beijing Winter Olympics app for attendees and athletes to use after finding security weaknesses that could put users at risk of data breaches.
Guangdong Southern Tigers Star Sonny Weems Racially Abused by Chinese Fans After Getting Into a Fight With Han Dejun
American basketball star Sonny Weems receives support from the Chinese Basketball Association after he became a victim of racial slurs.
Australia Cancels Djokovic's Visa Again "In Public Interest"; Tennis Champ Admits Violating COVID-19 Isolation Policy
Novak Djokovic's visa has been canceled for the second time by the Australian government, three days before the Australian Open, where the world's top tennis athlete was set to compete.
Melbourne Judge Urges Officers To Release Novak Djokovic After Being Detained; Tennis Star Accused of Spreading COVID-19
Judge Anthony Kelly granted Novak Djokovic's appeal to be released from detention, but it's still unclear if he will be deported.
Novak Djokovic Denied Entry to Australia After Failing To Obtain Visa That Permits Medical Exemptions For Unvaccinated Athletes
Novak Djokovic may not be permitted to participate in the Australian Open due to his vaccination status.
Aaron Rodgers Lashes Out at NFL’s Two-Class System, Double Standards That Suggest Unvaccinated Players Are Dangerous
Aaron Rodgers continues to stand by his decision not to get vaccinated and take Ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19.
NFL Icon John Madden Dies at 85; Cause of Death Remains Unknown
Legendary NFL icon John Madden unexpectedly died at 85 on Tuesday, resulting in a chain of grief messages and remembrance posts on social media platforms. The late coach was also known for being the face and name of the video game franchise, "Madden NFL."
NHL Pulls Out of 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing Due to COVID-Related Disruptions
The National Hockey League hopes to participate in the 2026 Olympics after pulling out of next year's games.
Peng Shuai Claims She Didn’t Make Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Zhang Gaoli, Says She Recanted the Allegations Via Email
Peng Shuai recently said that she has always been free and has never been monitored by Chinese authorities.
2 NBA Organizations Deal With Team-Wide Outbreaks Despite 97 Percent of the League Already Vaccinated
The NBA league cannot impose vaccine mandates despite the increasing number of players and coaches testing positive for COVID-19.
ITF President David Haggerty Explains Why They Haven’t Canceled All Tournaments in China Following Peng Shuai’s Sexual Harassment Allegations
David Haggerty, the president of ITF, is focused on giving Peng Shuai justice while ensuring that the sports under the organization will continue to be promoted in China.
American Officials Could Skip Beijing Olympics 2022 After Joe Biden Failed To Make Breakthroughs Over Human Rights Issues
Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom are waiting for Joe Biden to announce plans to boycott the 2022 Olympics so they could follow suit.
Women’s Tennis Association CEO Calls Chinese Officials’ Response To Peng Shuai’s Allegations ‘Unacceptable,’ Announces Suspension of All Tournaments in China, Hong Kong
Athletes are praising the Women's Tennis Association's chairman and CEO Steve Simon after he announced the suspension of tournaments in China and Hong Kong.
Five-Time Paralympic Medalist Mallory Weggemann Explains Why It Was Difficult To Accept Her Disability, Says Swimming Changed Her Life
Mallory Weggemann, a Paralympic star who is paralyzed from the waist down, wants everyone to know their purpose and then honor it.
Alex Rodriguez Nominated in the Hall of Fame Ballot Despite His 2014 Suspension; Columnist Says He Won't Vote For Baseball Star
Alex Rodriguez managed to turn his image around after his shocking admission about using PEDs, but there are doubts that he will make it to the baseball Hall of Fame.