- Johnny Weir, Tara Lipinski to be Olympic correspondents Updated: May-02-16 11:58 am
NEW YORK - Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski will serve as correspondents for NBC's coverage of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
- What happens if there's no home for homework? Updated: May-01-16 3:05 am
SALEM, Oregon - Melody likes to wear her turquoise flip-flops, complete with matching sunflowers on top, to school.
- Column: Where Leicester fits in sports' history of underdogs Updated: Apr-28-16 10:47 am
PARIS - On the list of improbabilities, just behind hell freezing over and pigs taking to the air was Leicester winning the Premier League. That, at least, is how things seemed nine months ago, at the start of the most unlikely championship charge in English football history.
- Olympic skating scandal official in 4-man race to lead ISU Updated: Apr-27-16 4:39 am
LAUSANNE, Switzerland - A French official who was suspended in the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic figure skating judging scandal is running in the International Skating Union's presidential election.
- Norther Illinois schools add varsity letters for ice skaters Updated: Apr-25-16 10:54 pm
ROCKFORD, Illinois - Eight northern Illinois schools have decided to offer varsity letters to figure skaters who go to their schools but perform on their own.
- North America wins first Team Challenge Cup Updated: Apr-24-16 2:11 am
SPOKANE, Washington - Gracie Gold bounced back from a bitter disappointment at the World Championships last month to help Team North America win the inaugural Team Challenge Cup on Saturday night.
- 3 Russian speed skaters have doping suspensions lifted Updated: Apr-21-16 12:44 pm
MOSCOW - The head of Russia's speed skating federation says three Russians, including an Olympic gold medalist, have had their provisional doping suspensions lifted after a change in guidelines on meldonium cases.
- Putin: Meldonium not a performance-enhancing drug Updated: Apr-14-16 8:01 am
MOSCOW - Russian President Vladimir Putin waded into the debate over meldonium on Thursday, saying the banned substance should not be considered a performance-enhancing drug.
- Canadian figure skating pioneer David Dore dies at 75 Updated: Apr-09-16 7:29 pm
OTTAWA, Ontario - David Dore, the Canadian figure skating pioneer who headed the national program, has died. He was 75.