Olympics: Will Shaner Wins Gold Medal in Air Rifle Competition, Sets New Record
A 20-year-old Kentucky shooter won the United States' second gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Will Shaner captured the U.S. shooting's first-ever gold medal in the men's 10-meter air rifle.
Tokyo Olympics 2020 Opening Ceremony Highlights
Fireworks rocketed on Friday above Tokyo's new Olympic Stadium as the postponed Summer Games eventually held its opening ceremony. This 2021 ceremony is titled "United by Emotion" and set forth an affecting moment of silence.
NFL Lays Out New COVID-19 Protocols; Teams With Unvaccinated Members May Be Forfeited
With the start of training camps for all 32 teams less than a week away, the NFL is stepping up its attempts to get players to get COVID-19 shots.
How Softball's Sara Groenewegen Chases for Gold in 2021 Tokyo Olympics 3 Years After Near-Death Experience
Canada's softball pitcher Sara Groenewegen has her eyes set on achieving the Tokyo Olympic medal, three years after she fought for her life from coma.
American Olympian Coco Gauff Tests Positive for COVID-19, Latest to Withdraw From International Competition
An American tennis star, Coco Gauff, has withdrawn from the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for the coronavirus infection. The young athlete joins many others in a recent surge of cases from within Japan's hosting of the international competition.
Conor McGregor Suffers Horrific Leg Injury
Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier's main event battle at UFC 264 ended in a startling manner, with McGregor sustaining a bizarre fractured leg after rolling over his ankle in the closing seconds of the first round.
Tokyo Olympics Organizers Decide To Ban Spectators
Organizers ultimately caved into political pressure and increasing COVID-19 infections, prohibiting almost all supporters from attending the global sporting event only two weeks before it begins.
Is Sha’Carri Richardson’s Suspension Similar to Michael Phelps' 2009 Controversy? The Truth Why He Was Allowed to Compete in the Olympics
After the suspension of Sha’Carri Richardson’s suspension, a number of people claimed that Michael Phelps was allowed to be a candidate for the Olympics after testing positive for marijuana. Unlike Richardson, Phelps was able to compete in the Olympics.
Sha’Carri Richardson Olympics Ban: Athlete Says She’s “Human” As She Tried to Hide Pain from Mother’s Death
Richardson, a gold medal favorite in the women's 100 meters, has been banned for a month, putting her participation in the Tokyo Olympics in jeopardy.
American Olympian Blames a Burrito for Her Positive Drug Test
Shelby Houlihan, an American runner, tested positive for a banned steroid and blamed a burrito for what she claimed is a false positive.
Brooklyn Nets Might Make Changes in its Coaching Staff, Bucks to Advance to Eastern Conference Finals
The star-studded Brooklyn Nets fell short against the Milwaukee Bucks to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals.
Basketball Team USA Roster: Players Who Confirmed and Declined
Ahead of the Tokyo Olympics, Basketball Team USA released a list of players who declined and accepted the offer.
Christian Eriksen Injury: Football Player "Was Gone" After Collapsing During Game Due to Cardiac Arrest
Christian Eriksen "was gone" before being resuscitated from cardiac arrest, according to Denmark's team doctor, who spoke during a news conference on Sunday.
Will James Harden and Jeff Green Play in Game 3 Against the Bucks?
The Brooklyn Nets Head Coach Steve Nash released a statement if the team's star player James Harden and veteran player Jeff Green will play on Thursday.
Los Angeles Clippers Dominated Mavericks, Moves on to Second Round Series
Los Angeles Clippers star players Kawhi Leonard and Paul George made sure to secure Game 7 against Dallas Mavericks.