“With this attitude of playing both sides, she is better off as a politician,” a commenter said of skier Eileen Gu.
“God never created the penis and testicles to have these injuries. But the penis can take a beating and heal.”
In the world of sports, competing for only one country is often a must. But China’s star athlete doesn’t let that define her.
“Welcome to the Gu Ailing era,” a fan said of the skiing star’s stunning Olympic debut, using her Chinese name.
What does heart medication have to do with figure skating, and what does the Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva have to do with it?
Once a revered figure skating star, Kamila Valieva now finds herself at the center of a doping scandal widely condemned by the global skating community.
Erin Jackson learned to ice skate less than six years ago. Now she’s made history as the first Black woman to win gold in an individual Winter Olympic event.
Skiing on fake snow feels oddly different from the real thing, athletes say. But with climate change warming winter venues, they might need to get used to it.
The big air jump’s eye-catching setting reflects one of the biggest industrial sources of greenhouse gasses: steel.
A blunder cost her Olympic gold 16 years ago. Now the U.S. athlete Lindsey Jacobellis has finally redeemed herself.