No, having an emergency appendectomy just days before the opening ceremonies is not the way to start an Olympics. But American bobsledder Justin Olsen shares how he was able to fight through it and return to the track for Team USA.
Brian Orser has no shortage of jackets in Pyeongchang. As a figure skating coach to Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu, Spain's Javier Fernandez and South Korea's Cha Jun-hwan, he has a jacket for every occasion -- and he's used to the quick change.
Four years after making history, teammates Nick Goepper and Gus Kenworthy hit rock bottom. But Sunday, after returning to the Olympic men's ski slopestyle final, both know success in life outweighs any medal.
We get it. It's an exhibition game. That's fine. We don't want injuries either. But is it too much to want some reasonably watchable basketball? We asked five of our NBA experts to dish on how to amp up the Sunday-night snoozer.
After 19 failed attempts, Dale Earnhardt won the 1998 Daytona 500 as crew members from several teams took part in the celebration. It was a storybook scene, one the sport will likely never be able to replicate.
Four fans were ejected from Saturday's Capitals-Blackhawks game in Chicago after making racist comments toward Washington forward Devante Smith-Pelly. Coach Barry Trotz called the incident "disgusting" and said "there is absolutely no place" for racism.
In mulling a possible postseason format change, Adam Silver offered a compromise: both the Eastern and Western conferences still send eight teams apiece, but 1-16 seeding would mean the best two teams, regardless of conference, make the Finals.
West Virginia coach Bob Huggins was ejected for arguing with officials in the final minute of Saturday's loss at Kansas. Afterward, he revealed the main source of his ire: the disparity in the teams' number of free-throw attempts.