No Russian team should compete at 2024 Olympics if war continues, Paris mayor says
Hidalgo previously said Russian competitors could take part under a neutral flag but she backpedaled on Tuesday in an interview with French media.
Olympic medalist Usain Bolt missing more than $12M from account, attorneys say
Attorneys have threatened civil and criminal action if the money is not returned within 10 days.
Decorated Ukrainian Olympian selling his medals to support war effort
“My Olympic medals won’t matter if Ukraine can’t stand for this fight for freedom and independence,” two-time canoe champion Yuri Cheban said.
Local Snowboarder Stars in Warren Miller Movie
Farmington Michigan native Brian Rice moves closer to his dream of becoming an Olympic snowboarder. He was recently featured in the Warren Miller movie, Daymaker. In this Weather or Not, we catch up to FlyinBrian at his movie premier.
FlyinBrian On The Marquee
Local snowboarder Brian Rice stars in the new Warren Miller movie Daymaker premiering at the Farmington Civic Theatre.
Local Snowboarder World Cup Success
17 year old snowboarder Brian Rice returns from a historic World Cup run and secures a coveted spot in Warren Miller's latest sports film, Daymaker. Fox2's Lori Pinson has the update.
Photos: Beijing Olympics close, ending world's 2nd pandemic Games
As the Beijing 2022 Olympics come to a close, here is a look at some of the most memorable moments from the world's second pandemic Games.
US skaters' appeal denied to get Olympic medals in Kamila Valieva drug test event
Nine Americans stand to get some sort of medal, either the second-place prize or a gold that could become theirs if the Russians are disqualified because of Kamila Valieva's doping case.
Tiny northern Michigan town throws parade for Olympic gold medal-winning snowboarder
Nick Baumgartner walked the streets of Iron River, population 2,800 with a medal around his neck and his dog by his side as people screamed for their hometown hero.
Russian skater can compete, medal ceremony won't be held amid doping case
Russian teenager Kamila Valieva has been cleared to compete in the women’s figure skating competition. The IOC says it won't award medals for her events in Beijing because her doping case isn't fully resolved.
Winter Olympics: Doping hearing to decide Russian skater's Olympic fate
Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva’s right to compete in the women’s event at the Beijing Olympics will be decided at an urgent hearing at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Shaun White misses gold in his final Winter Olympics
Shaun White remained in fourth place after his second run in his final Winter Games as Scotty James of Australia jumped into the lead.
Nathan Chen wins Olympic gold in men's figure skating, 1st American since 2010
Nathan Chen won Olympic gold at the Beijing Games and became the first U.S. figure skating champion since Evan Lysacek in 2010.
Lindsey Jacobellis finally wins gold medal, 1st for US
In the winter Olympics medal count, the United States finally has one gold under its belt thanks to Lindsey Jacobellis, whose been trying for first in snowboardcross for 16 years.
Shaun White retiring, says Winter Olympic Games will be final competition
Snowboarder Shaun White plans to retire from the sport he put on the international map after the halfpipe medal round next week.
China's pandemic Olympics begins, with lockdown and boycotts
The country where the coronavirus outbreak emerged two years ago launched a locked-down Winter Olympics on Friday, proudly projecting its might on the most global of stages even as some Western governments mounted a diplomatic boycott.
Nathan Chen, US lead team figure skating at Beijing Olympics
It was supposed to be a foregone conclusion that Russia's powerful stable of figure skaters, including world champions in three of the four disciplines, would run away with the team gold medal at the Beijing Olympics.
2022 Winter Olympics: US bobsledder tests positive for COVID-19
U.S. Olympic bobsledder Josh Williamson has tested positive for COVID-19 and won't fly with his teammates to China, though he remains hopeful of getting there in time for the Beijing Games.
Ahead of Olympics, Beijing district orders mass COVID-19 testing
China is stepping up enforcement of its “zero tolerance” strategy aimed at isolating every infected person as Beijing prepares to open the Winter Games on Feb. 4 under intensive anti-virus controls.
Omicron tests China's ability to hold Olympics with 'zero-tolerance' COVID-19 policy
The omicron variant poses a test to China's “zero-tolerance” COVID-19 policy and its ability to successfully host the Winter Olympics.