Alvarez is 6th to medal in Summer, Winter Games
By adding a silver medal in baseball to the silver medal that he won in speedskating in 2014, Eddy Alvarez became just the third American and sixth Olympian overall with medals from both the Winter and Summer Games.
Van der Poel sets speedskating 10K world record
Nils van der Poel of Sweden set a world record in the 10,000 meters on Sunday, shaving nearly a second off the record with his winning time of 12:32.95.
Long-track speedskating championships called off
The U.S. long track national speedskating championships scheduled for this weekend in Utah have been called off.
From Olympic medalist to MLB infielder: How speedskater Eddy Alvarez made it to The Show
Six years after winning silver at the Sochi Games, the 30-year-old Miami native made his major league debut with his hometown team. 'It's OK to dream,' Alvarez says.
Speed skating champion Van Ruijven dies at 27
World champion short-track speedskater Lara van Ruijven died on Friday as a result of complications from an autoimmune reaction, the Netherlands skating association said. Van Ruijven was 27.
U.S. speedskater Mantia earns bronze in 1,500m
American speedskater Joey Mantia earned bronze in the 1,500 meters Sunday on the final day of the ISU World Single Distance Championships at the Utah Olympic Oval. Mantia finished in a personal-best of 1:42.16.
Speedskaters Kulizhnikov, Voronia set records
Russian speedskater Pavel Kulizhnikov earned gold in the 1,000 meters with a world record time of 1:05.69, while compatriot Natalia Voronina set a world record and earned gold in the 5,000 in 6:39.21.
Speedskater Fish sets world mark in 10,000m
Canadian speedskater Graeme Fish won the 10,000 meters in 12 minutes, 33.86 seconds Friday, breaking the previous world record by more than two seconds at the ISU World Single Distances Championships in Kearns, Utah.
Sablikova, Bloemen win world speedskating titles
Martina Sablikova of the Czech Republic and Ted-Jan Bloemen of Canada won individual gold medals Thursday on the first day of the ISU World Single Distances Speedskating Championships.
US Speedskating's Shimabukuro has heart attack
Ryan Shimabukuro is currently under observation at University of Utah Hospital.
South Korea to probe culture of abuse in sports
South Korea is planning a yearlong investigation into a culture of abuse in sports after several female athletes came forward to say that they had been raped or assaulted by their coaches.
More sexual abuse claims in Korean speedskating
An athletes' group has raised further allegations of sexual abuse in South Korean speedskating following explosive claims by two-time Olympic champion Shim Suk-hee that she had been raped by her former coach.
Speedskating great Viktor Ahn retires at 32
Olympic speedskating great Viktor Ahn, who won six Olympic gold medals in his career, is retiring from the sport at age 32.
7 medal events added to 2022 Winter Games
The International Olympic Committee has added seven events to the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, creating a program of 109 gold medals.
U.S. Speedskating brings back two coaches
U.S. Speedskating is setting up its coaching staff for the 2022 Winter Olympics, bringing back two familiar names after the program has struggled at the past two Games.
Speed Skating Canada fires coach after probe
Speed Skating Canada has fired national long-track coach Michael Crowe, four months after former American speedskaters claimed he had sexual relationships with athletes while a U.S. coach.
Takagi gets revenge on Wust with allround title
Miho Takagi became the first Japanese woman to win the speedskating allround world championships after beating defending champion Ireen Wust in a thrilling 1,500-meter race on Saturday.
Lee, Takagi claim golds in mass start races
Top favorite Lee Seung-hoon skated a masterful race to take gold for South Korea in the men's mass start at the Pyeongchang Olympics, while Japan's Nana Takagi blasted past the opposition in the final straightaway of the first women's mass start.
Etch it in stones: U.S. curlers make history and cap incredible run with a gold medal
The Americans went on an improbable run and beat powerhouses on their way to an Olympic gold medal in curling -- the first Olympic gold for Team USA in the sport.
Sunday preview: Curling, bobsled and skating gala highlight last day in Pyeongchang
Sunday's highlights in Pyeongchang: South Korea looks for first women's curling medal, Germany vies to sweep the 4-man bobsled and figure skaters show off their skills in the exhibition gala.
Shani Davis' stealthy final exit
In what is believed to be his last Olympic appearance, speedskater Shani Davis warmed to the crowd after his race, but he then slipped away without a word. Should that come as a surprise?
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.
W2W4: Medvedeva vs. Zagitova in women's figure skating, Fourcade eyes fourth Pyeongchang gold
Friday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Russia's Evgenia Medvedeva and Alina Zagitova fight for gold in women's figure skating, while Martin Fourcade seeks his fourth Pyeongchang gold in men's relay biathlon.
S. Koreans start petition to expel two skaters
More than 567,000 people had signed a petition as of Thursday afternoon that called for skaters Kim Bo-Reum and Park Ji Woo to be expelled from the Olympics, after they left a slower teammate behind in Monday's women's team pursuit quarterfinals.
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.
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Japanese sumo great Hakuho retiring at 36
Sumo great Hakuho is retiring at the age of 36, marking the end of an era in Japanese traditional sport.
Elizabeth Beisel completes swim to Block Island to honor late father
Former Olympian Elizabeth Beisel honored her late father by swimming from the Rhode Island mainland to Block Island on Saturday.
Deepak Bhoria is ready to be the next big star of Indian boxing
National champion Bhoria has been in Amit Panghal's shadow, but he's eager to make up for lost time now.
Guye Adola wins Berlin Marathon in 2:05:45; Kenenisa Bekele finishes third
Guye Adola of Ethiopia won the Berlin Marathon on Sunday, when compatriot Kenenisa Bekele's attempt to break the world record was undone by warm weather and a blistering start to the race.
Alysa Liu wins Nebelhorn Trophy figure skating event, earns third U.S. entry for Beijing Olympics
Two-time national champion Alysa Liu won the Nebelhorn Trophy women's competition on Saturday, giving the U.S. a third qualifying spot for the figure skating competition at the Winter Olympics in Beijing next year.
Jyothi Surekha Vennam wins her third silver at 2021 Archery World Championships
Jyothi Surekha Vennam scripted history by becoming the first Indian to win three silvers at the same edition of the Worlds.