Geisenberger wraps up 7th straight WC luge title
Natalie Geisenberger clinched her seventh consecutive World Cup women's luge overall championship Saturday, winning the final full-length race of the season to secure the points crown.
Loch wins luge world title for sixth time
Felix Loch is the world men's luge champion for the record-tying sixth time, after the German great edged Reinhard Egger of Austria by one-tenth of a second on Sunday for this year's title.
Geisenberger wins record ninth world luge title
Natalie Geisenberger won the luge world championship for the fourth time Saturday, giving her nine world titles overall.
Latvia earns first World Cup luge victory
Latvia won a World Cup luge gold medal for the first time Sunday, prevailing in the team relay.
U.S. takes third in luge team relay at World Cup
The United States took third behind Germany and Austria in the World Cup team relay, giving American Summer Britcher four medals for the season and two this weekend.
US's Mazdzer-Terdiman, Britcher win luge silvers
Chris Mazdzer teamed with Jayson Terdiman for a silver medal in the World Cup luge doubles sprint race Sunday, one of two medals won by the Americans at Mount Van Hoevenberg.
Doubles luge Olympian Mortensen retires
Matt Mortensen, a two-time Olympian in doubles luge and a five-time national champion, announced his retirement from sliding Wednesday after a career that spanned 20 years.
Tavares to coach USA Luge through 2022
Bill Tavares, who has helped the United States win sliding medals in every Winter Olympics since 2002, will stay on as coach through the 2022 Beijing Games.
Saturday preview: Red Gerard eyes second Pyeongchang medal, U.S. men in first curling final
Saturday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Red Gerard hopes the big air competition will bring him more hardware, and the U.S. men's curling team plays its first Olympic final.
Thursday preview: Shiffrin vs. Vonn in Alpine combined, USA-Canada showdown in women's hockey final
Thursday's highlights in Pyeongchang include a Mikaela Shiffrin-Lindsey Vonn showdown in Alpine combined, while the U.S. takes on Canada in the women's ice hockey final.
Tuesday preview: Virtue and Moir look for second gold, U.S. men's hockey vies for quarters
Tuesday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir look to win their second Olympic gold of the Games, the U.S. men's hockey team plays for a spot in the quarters and Germany's Laura Dahlmeier eyes a fourth biathlon medal.
W2W4 in Pyeongchang: Kenworthy eyes first Olympic gold; Hirscher hopes for GS gold
Sunday's highlights in Pyeongchang include Gus Kenworthy's run for his first Olympic gold in men's ski slopestyle and Austrian alpine skier Marcel Hirscher's quest for gold in giant slalom.
W2W4 at Pyeongchang: Nathan Chen looks to rebound, Lindsey Vonn makes debut
Saturday's highlights in Pyeongchang include Nathan Chen, who hopes to rebound from a disastrous short program, while Lindsey Vonn makes her Pyeongchang debut in super-G.
Germany golden again in Olympic luge relay
Germany has capped the luge portion of the Pyeongchang Olympics in style, winning gold in the team relay; it was a history-making win for Natalie Geisenberger, who now has five Olympic medals.
W2W4 in Pyeongchang: Shiffrin eyes second slalom gold, Jacobellis hopes for snowboard cross magic
Thursday's highlights in Pyeongchang include USA's Mikaela Shiffrin, who will go for her second straight slalom gold, while the U.S. men's hockey team will look to shake off their rocky start.
'The Tobys' repeat as doubles luge champions
The German team of Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt, who have been dubbed "the Tobys," won the gold medal on Wednesday in men's doubles luge.
For the sliders in Pyeongchang, they have to work 9 to thrive
It has been a common theme in South Korea that lugers, skeleton racers and bobsledders are concerned about the ninth turn of the Olympic sliding course.
American luger Sweeney crashes in final run
American luger Emily Sweeney crashed out of the Pyeongchang Olympics on Tuesday, losing control of her sled midway through the final run of the competition.
W2W4 at Winter Olympics: Mikaela Shiffrin, Shaun White eye Olympic history
Wednesday's highlights in Pyeongchang: America's 22-year-old skiing star will look to win her second Olympic gold, and a snowboarding icon takes to the skies seeking redemption.
W2W4: USA takes on Canada in women's hockey; Germany sets sights on mixed team luge gold
Thursday's highlights in Pyeongchang: The U.S. women's hockey team will look to keep its winning streak going against Canada, while Germany will eye a second straight mixed team relay luge gold.
Geisenberger defends women's luge gold
Natalie Geisenberger refuses to call herself the best women's luge athlete ever.
Winter Games: India's Shiva Keshavan finishes 34th in luge
Shiva Keshavan, taking part in his sixth and last Olympics, finished 34th in the men's luge singles event at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
W2W4 @ Winter Olympics: First alpine medal to be awarded; Biney looks to make 500 final
Tuesday's highlights in Pyeongchang: America's 17-year-old snowboard star will look to win her first Olympic gold, and Maame Biney tries to reach the women's 500-meter final for Team USA.
The one Olympic finish that no one was expecting (yes, in luge)
It was luge legend Felix Loch's race to win. But an unlikely trio, including American Chris Mazdzer, made their own history in the Olympic men's singles final.
Mazdzer wins men's luge singles silver for U.S.
Chris Mazdzer has given USA Luge its first men's singles medal in history, and the reign of Germany's Felix Loch as Olympic champion came to a sudden and shocking end with David Gleirscher claiming the gold.
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16 named to inaugural U.S. skateboarding team
Nyjah Huston, Brighton Zeuner and Tom Schaar were among the 16 members of the inaugural U.S. national skateboarding team announced Tuesday.
Team Sky to officially become Team INEOS
Team Sky have officially become Team INEOS after Sky and 21st Century Fox agreed to a sale, it was confirmed on Tuesday.
Swimmer To dies at 26 while training in Florida
Kenneth To, a swimmer who won a silver medal for Australia at the 2013 world championships, has died after becoming ill while training in Florida. He was 26.
Japan Olympic Committee chief Tsunekazu Takeda to step down amid suspected corruption
Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) chief Tsunekazu Takeda, who is under investigation for suspected corruption, said on Tuesday he will step down from his position when his term ends in June and resign from the International Olympic Committee.
Olympic medalist Manaudou returns to swimming
Olympic gold medalist Florent Manaudou is making a comeback to swimming with the aim of competing at the 2020 Games in Tokyo.
ESPN India awards jury speak: Chetan Baboor explains his choices
Four-time national TT champion Chetan Baboor, part of the jury for the ESPN India Awards 2018, explains his choices in each category.