One of America’s favorite skiing champions, Gus Kenworthy, famously rescued a Korean puppy from a dog meat farm during the February 2018 Winter Olympics. He originally revealed story behind his new pet, Beemo, a Jindo husky mix puppy, on Instagram.
Olympic Gold medalist and mom Kikkan Randall shared her breast cancer diagnosis Wednesday in an optimistic Facebook post.
As the first openly gay American male to qualify for the Winter Olympics, Adam Rippon says that one’s sexuality shouldn’t matter. The recent Dancing With the Stars: Athletes champion, who took this year’s Olympic bronze medal in the figure skating team event, tells Yahoo Lifestyle he considers himself first and foremost a dangerous competitor. “Growing up as a figure skater, I was even more resistant to coming out and being gay.
On Thursday, track and field's governing body issued a new rule that punishes female athletes who naturally have more testosterone. A gender expert weighs in on what's at stake.
Just a few short years ago, tons of people couldn't get enough of Dominican volleyball player Winifer Fernández. Now Alisa Manyonok, another volleyball player, is getting the same kind of attention — with many saying she is the most beautiful volleyball player in the world.
The Winter Olympics may be over, but that doesn't mean we have to stop showing our patriotism and support for these incredible American athletes. Guiding Eyes for the Blind, one of the world's leading guide dog schools, is continuing the 2018 Olympic legacy by naming one of their most recent litters after Team USA Gold Medalists. Anderson: Named for Jamie Anderson, whose slopestyle win made her the first female snowboarder to win more than one Olympic gold.
Ivanka Trump arrived in South Korea on Friday ahead of a weekend that will be spent cheering on Team USA.
New York Times writer Bari Weiss had tweeted a video of the Olympian accompanied by the caption: "Immigrants: They Get The Job Done."
Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad has been shrunk down to doll size. As it did for Ashley Graham and Ava DuVernay before her, Mattel has made a custom doll to honor the athlete, the first Muslim-American woman on a U.S. Olympic team to wear a hijab.
No Olympian's journey to the Games comes without its obstacles, but the support of athletes' moms is the push many need to get them through a tough run.
Kwan reflects on her competition style as a way to get out of her comfort zone.