One moment Morgan Uceny was in the middle of the pack, getting ready to make her move in the 1,500 meters.
Feb 26 10:41 AM ET
A traditional test for Olympic athletes at the U.S. training center in Colorado Springs is to run The Incline. As Rulon Gardner once said, you don't run The Incline, you don't walk The Incline -- you survive The Incline.
Jan 28 3:58 PM ET | By Jim Caple
"Unbroken" isn't the only inspiring story from 1936 Berlin Olympics. Meet Adolph Kiefer, whose boyhood scare led to a lifetime of success in the pool.
Dec 23 1:44 PM ET | By Jim Caple
Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin picked up right where she left off in 2012, winning a record six gold medals at worlds and bypassing endorsements for a collegiate stint at Cal.
Oct 15 2:16 PM ET | By Jane McManus
The world gymnastics championships start Friday in Tokyo, and the Americans could win big. Here are five things you won't want to miss.
Oct 7 | By Amy Van Deusen
Park City product Jessica Jerome helped fight for the inclusion of women's ski jumping in the Olympics and Sunday became the first U.S. woman to be named to an Olympic ski jumping team.
Jun 24 9:41 AM ET | By Bonnie D. Ford
The winner of Sunday's Olympic women's ski jumping trials won't just have bragging rights - she'll make history with a spot in the field of 30 for the inaugural competition.
Jun 24 9:40 AM ET | By Bonnie D. Ford
Some are teenagers. Others are veterans. But what the U.S. women's ski jumping team has in common is a strong connection to their hometown roots and families who passionately support their Olympic dreams.
Jun 19 9:22 AM ET | By Bonnie D. Ford
As ski jumping prepares for its Olympic debut, American Lindsey Van attests to pee anxiety, being forced to produce a sample at any time of day in front of a tester.
Jun 19 9:19 AM ET | By Lindsey Van
Jamie Greubel needs all the muscle she can get to pilot her way to Sochi. The bobsledder brings us onto the track, into the weight room and into her kitchen.
Jun 19 9:15 AM ET | By Dimity McDowell
With a 13-month-old to care for and the Olympic trials coming up, curler Nicole Joraanstad has some long, crazy days. Here's how she gets it all done (laundry aside).
Jun 19 9:14 AM ET | By Dimity McDowell
Kendall Coyne grew up on an ice rink, first tagging along to her brother's hockey practices and games then finding a love for the sport of her own.
May 30 3:56 PM ET | By Mackenzie Lobby
Four months after reconstructive knee surgery, world champion ski jumper Sarah Hendrickson has been cleared to begin training, but her goal is no longer an Olympic gold medal -- she's just hoping to make the team.
May 30 3:50 PM ET | By Bonnie D. Ford
Beyond the superhero sports figure that Oscar Pistorius once embodied was a man with significant character flaws that were ignored or forgiven, Johnette Howard writes.
Mar 14 5:37 PM ET | By Johnette Howard
2014 Winter Olympics athletes with New England ties
Feb 23 1:36 AM ET
Australian snowboarder Matthew "Matty" Robinson, 28, died on Friday following injuries sustained on Feb. 12 while competing at the IPC Para-Snowboard World Cup in La Molina, Spain.
Feb 21 5:44 PM ET | By Colin Bane
The United States qualified for the men's curling tournament at the Sochi Olympics with an 8-5 playoff victory over the Czech Republic on Sunday.
Feb 21 4:09 PM ET
If the U.S. Olympic women's hockey team wants to win gold at these Games, it will have to rely heavily on a defensive unit that was not playing on full cylinders against Canada in the prelims.
Dec 27 | By Steve Wulf
The frenemy combat between the U.S. and Canadian women's hockey teams doesn't get the exposure or recognition it deserves. The feud is one of a kind because the two teams share the same love (hockey) and the same hate (losing).
Dec 27 | By Steve Wulf
When Olympic skiing champion Julia Mancuso isn't on the slopes, you can find her in the ocean indulging her favorite new passion, free diving, and adding to her beloved shell collection.
Feb 11 12:53 PM ET | By Cristina Goyanes