- Allyson Felix eyeing a shot at 2 Olympic golds Updated: Jun-24-16 10:45 pm
They juggled the Olympic schedule for Michael Johnson and he delivered double gold at the Atlanta Games 20 years ago. Now the IAAF and IOC have done the same for Allyson Felix as she seeks the chance to go for the same elusive track-and-field double.
- Flying low: Lochte finds trouble en route to US swim trials Updated: Jun-24-16 4:47 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - Ryan Lochte knew there would be obstacles on his way to qualifying for his fourth Olympics. He just wasn't expecting one while trying to get to the U.S. swimming trials.
- Who's the face of the Rio Games? It may not be who you think Updated: Jun-20-16 9:19 pm
This year more than ever, the so-called "face" of the Olympics could be a wrestler, or a fencer, or an athlete who most of the world has never heard of before.
- Ray Anderson ushering in massive changes at Arizona State Updated: Jun-20-16 6:14 pm
TEMPE, Arizona - Arizona State's athletic director job has often been a stepping stone to supposedly bigger and better places.
- Franklin wins 100 backstroke in Texas; Phelps a scratch Updated: Jun-05-16 11:07 pm
Missy Franklin won the 100-meter backstroke Sunday to close an up-and-down weekend at the Longhorn Elite Invitational, and Michael Phelps skipped the final in his last event.