With Mike Krzyzewski back as coach, the U.S. can turn its attention to players who could suit up for him over the next three years.
May 23 7:44 PM ET
Mike Krzyzewski had decided to remain coach of the U.S. men's Olympic basketball team.
May 23 4:34 PM ET
Wrestling's governing body has "reacted well" and made the necessary changes to give the sport a chance of saving its place in the Olympics, IOC President Jacques Rogge said.
May 23 3:51 PM ET
Sochi's anti-doping director says 2,500 drug tests will be conducted at next year's Winter Olympics, about 350 more than at the 2010 Games in Vancouver.
May 23 1:59 PM ET
Oscar Pistorius and Caster Semenya were left off a list of athletes to be given funding ahead of the 2016 Rio Games because neither is currently training or competing, the South African Olympic Committee said Thursday.
May 23 9:50 AM ET
C.K. Wu confirmed Thursday he is running for president of the International Olympic Committee, becoming the fourth candidate and the second from Asia bidding to replace Jacques Rogge.
May 23 6:48 AM ET
Richard Carrion of Puerto Rico has become the third member to enter the IOC presidential race, promising to use his business experience to guide the Olympic movement through the world's troubled financial times.
May 22 9:42 AM ET
Former Olympic champion Koji Murofushi has lost his appeal against disqualification from an election to become an IOC member representing athletes.
May 22 8:45 AM ET
Sochi Olympic organizers say authorities will ensure security at the "highest possible level."
May 22 8:36 AM ET
Olympic officials agree that more targeted, out-of-competition testing in high-profile sports is needed to catch the drug cheats who are escaping the net, IOC President Jacques Rogge said Wednesday.
May 22 8:30 AM ET
Olympic leaders held a summit meeting on doping and match-fixing but declined to give any details of the discussions.
May 21 2:00 PM ET
Oscar Pistorius' older brother cried tears of relief Tuesday as a magistrate acquitted him of culpable homicide and negligent driving for the death of a woman in a road accident.
May 21 11:58 AM ET
Mike Krzyzewski is in discussions to return as U.S. Olympic basketball coach through the Rio 2016 Olympics, according to SI.com.
May 20 3:24 PM ET
Alise Post race to her third straight victory in the USA Cycling Elite BMX National Championships on Saturday, and fellow 2012 Olympian Nic Long won his second men's title.
May 18 10:35 PM ET
The women's one-off time trial at the Tour of California was sandwiched between a field of amateurs and the 112 men in the professional field, leaving women riders wondering when they'll get their own bigger stage.
May 18 1:37 PM ET | By Bonnie D. Ford
Wrestling's governing body has approved new rule and constitutional changes aimed at modernizing the sport and keeping it in the Olympics after 2016.
May 18 9:39 AM ET
Former Olympics champion Poul-Erik Hoyer has pledged to improve the image of badminton after winning the presidency of the sport's world governing body.
May 18 9:24 AM ET
Portraying himself as a "global" candidate with a world view, Ng Ser Miang of Singapore is hoping to break the European stranglehold on the top Olympic job.
May 16 2:14 PM ET
Self-doubt and a destructive eating disorder sidelined Mara Abbott. But the yearlong hiatus was a blessing in disguise, as the talented cyclist has found her balance, and a newfound resolve, heading into Friday's Tour of California women's time trial.
May 15 9:58 PM ET | By Bonnie D. Ford
Former WADA president Dick Pound has written a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency assessing the current state of drug-testing. It doesn't paint a pretty picture.
May 15 8:45 PM ET
The U.S. Olympic Committee had revenues of $338 million in 2012 and did not have to pay any of its former executives, further signs of the organization's increased stability.
May 15 8:14 PM ET
IOC Vice President Ng Ser Miang of Singapore is set to become the second declared candidate in the race to succeed Jacques Rogge as IOC president.
May 14 2:01 PM ET
The IOC is proposing the establishment of a global system for monitoring betting patterns during major sports events, the latest step in efforts to guard against corruption and match-fixing.
May 14 1:38 PM ET
Javier Acevedo of Colombia bolted to the front with about 700 yards left in final steep climb, winning Monday's second stage in scorching heat to take the overall lead at the Tour of California.
May 13 9:30 PM ET
The World Anti-Doping Agency's top officials spent the weekend honing a new global code that includes doubling suspensions for some drug cheats.
May 13 8:44 AM ET