Magnussen will attend his team’s ‘Rio Protocol Camp’, but most likely will not be ready to compete until early 2016.
Following its City Council approval vote in April of this year, Paris, France has now formally submitted its bid to…
Japanese former Olympic swimmer, Daichi Suzuki, has been announced as the head of a brand new, yet-to-be-named national sports agency…
With the recent announcement that St. Lucia has had to withdraw as host of the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games, two other countries are now stepping up as possible replacement hosts.
With tonight’s win in the women’s 200m backstroke, Kirsty Coventry’s trifecta of wins across three editions of the All Africa Games is now complete.
The defendants in the civil lawsuit alleging hazing, brought forth by Anthony Marcantonio, have filed their official responses with the court.
Want a quick physics lesson from Australia’s Cameron McEvoy? Take a listen!
Ahmed Akram snagged two gold medals on the second to the last night of the 2015 All Africa Games in Congo.
Missy Franklin is set to make her World Cup debut in Singapore on October 3rd and 4th.
Jeanette Ottesen and boyfriend, Maro Loughran, were victims of a road rage incident last June; their attacker has now been punished by the Danish justice system.
Catch some time-lapsed footage of how the construction is coming along now that we’re just under a year away from the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Farida Osman nabbed one of two golds for the country of Egypt on day 4 of the 2015 All African Games.
Of his gold medal-winning 100m butterfly race in Kazan, Le Clos says, “I wanted to show everybody that it [the 200 fly] was just a bad race, so I was just happy with the way I bounced back.”
Zimbabwe’s Kirsty Coventry won the women’s 100m backstroke tonight, an event she has now dominated at the All Africa Games since 2007.
Australian on-fire athletes, Bronte Campbell and Emily Seebohm, have been announced as attending the 2015 FINA World Cup in Singapore slated for October 3rd and 4th.