U.S. skiers to don climate change-themed suits
The U.S. ski team will debut new race suits at the world championships that depict an image of ice chunks floating in the ocean in an effort to draw further attention to climate change.
Smith gets skicross bronze as penalty overturned
Fanny Smith of Switzerland will now be awarded the bronze medal in women's skicross after she was wrongly demoted to fourth in China, the International Ski Federation said.
Simone Biles comes to defense of skier Mikaela Shiffrin: 'Just remember how AMAZING you are'
One great American Olympian is helping another. Shiffrin hasn't done as well as she hoped and faced social media backlash. Biles faced similar issues at the Tokyo Games. Biles said, "embrace the moment. Have fun."
Ski halfpipe qualifier filled with scary crashes
Freestyle skier Jon Sallinen's first run in Olympic halfpipe qualifying Thursday wasn't picture perfect. He drifted out of the halfpipe and collided with a cameraman.
Sweden's Naeslund ends Canada's skicross reign
Sweden's Sandra Naeslund held on to win gold in women's skicross on Thursday at the Beijing Olympics, ending the reign of Canada, which had won every Olympic gold in the women's version of the race since its debut in 2010.
Skier Xu of China wins gold in women's aerials
Xu Mengtao has become the first woman from China to win the Olympic ski aerials event, while American Megan Nick took the bronze.
Injured U.S. skier Hamill out of Oly slopestyle
After injuring her leg in qualifying, freestyle skier Marin Hamill is out of the slopestyle final and returning to the U.S. for further evaluation.
Slopestyle qualifier postponed due to wind, snow
Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's quest for a second gold medal at the Beijing Games ran into a slight detour when gusty wind and snow postponed the qualifying round for women's slopestyle.
The tragedy, trauma and triumph of Olympian Winter Vinecki
The death of her father spurred Winter Vinecki to run seven marathons on seven continents before she turned 15. After overcoming gruesome injuries, the runner-turned-aerial skier lands on the Olympic stage.
U.S. wins gold in first mixed team aerials event
The Americans have won gold in the Olympics' first mixed team aerials event, giving the U.S. its first medals in the freestyle skiing discipline in a dozen years.
Ruud wins big air gold year after father's death
Birk Ruud's final score of 187.75 in the freestyle skiing big air event was well clear of American silver medalist Colby Stevenson's 183. Swedish veteran Henrik Harlaut took bronze with 181.
China's Gu lands 1st 1620 of career, secures gold
Nicknamed the "Snow Princess," American-born Eileen Gu, 18, of China was overwhelmed after completing the first 1620 of her career, a move that landed her an Olympic gold medal in the freestyle big air competition.
O'Brien suffered compound fracture, U.S. ski says
The U.S. ski team says American skier Nina O'Brien suffered a compound fracture of her left tibia and fibula after falling toward the end of the women's giant slalom at the Beijing Games.
Feuz captures long-awaited men's downhill gold
Beat Feuz finally won Olympic gold in the men's downhill, edging Johan Clarey, who at 41 became the oldest man to win an Olympic medal in Alpine skiing.
Aussie Anthony tops USA's Kauf for moguls gold
Jakara Anthony of Australia edged American Jaelin Kauf for the women's moguls title at the Beijing Olympics, capping the victory with a backflip with a grab at the bottom of the course.
Changing climate conditions fuel concerns about future of winter sports
The Beijing Olympics will be the first competed on 100% artificial snow. Forecasts indicate more challenges for subsequent Winter Games.
Olympics freeski star Eileen Gu's delicate balancing act between China and the U.S.
Eileen Gu, who is expected to win three gold medals in Beijing, chose to represent China instead of the U.S. when she was 15.
Owens makes moguls team, returning to China
American moguls skier Kai Owens, who was abandoned in China as an infant, made her first Olympic team and said returning to her native country for the Beijing Games will be a "special moment."
Tonga Olympian Pita Taufatofua helping homeland after volcano, tsunami
He captured the world's attention in 2016 as a bare-chested flag bearer at the Rio Olympics and is now trying to focus the world's attention on helping Tonga recover from a devastating volcanic eruption and tsunami.
Loeb, U.S. Olympic hopeful, has ski gear stolen
U.S. Olympic hopeful Dani Loeb is optimistic that authorities will recover her custom skis, helmet, jackets and other gear stolen in Atlanta now that two suspects are in police custody.
Gu wins Dew Tour halfpipe, second in slopestyle
Eileen Gu won the halfpipe event and finished second in slopestyle at the Dew Tour on Friday to make clear she's the freestyle skier to beat at the Winter Games in Beijing.
Shiffrin to resume speed races at worlds in Cortina
Mikaela Shiffrin announced Tuesday that she plans to enter four events at the worlds in Cortina d'Ampezzo -- combined, super-G, giant slalom and slalom -- marking her long-awaited return to speed skiing.
U.S. teen skier looks to inspire Chinese young women through sports
16-year-old American teen skier Eileen Gu hopes to compete for China at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and inspire young women through sports.
Silver medalist Kenworthy swaps U.S. for Britain
Gus Kenworthy, who won a freestyle skiing silver medal in slopestyle at the 2014 Winter Games for the United States, will attempt to make the 2022 Games for Britain.
How Olympian Gus Kenworthy landed his first Hollywood role, in 'American Horror Story, 1984'
Catch Kenworthy make his debut on "American Horror Story" on Wednesday, Sept. 18.
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Britain's Beth Potter runs off with triathlon world title
Britain's Beth Potter won her first world title and a coveted slot in the 2024 Olympics after surging on the run to win the women's triathlon World Championship Finals in Spain.
Afghan women's volleyball team upset by training conditions
The Afghanistan women's volleyball team has lamented training conditions at the Asian Games and is concerned it will not be ready for an event where it is participating in defiance of the country's Taliban rulers.
Council defends North Korean flag on display at Asian Games
The Olympic Council of Asia says it is happy for the North Korean flag to keep flying at the Hangzhou Asian Games despite it being banned over the country's noncompliance with global anti-doping rules.
Tigst Assefa shatters women's marathon world record in Berlin
Tigst Assefa broke the women's world record by more than two minutes Sunday at the Berlin Marathon, as Eliud Kipchoge won the men's race for the fifth time but couldn't break his own record.
Dorian Coninx's sprint finish to win World Triathlon Championship
Frenchman Dorian Coninx claimed his first world title on Saturday after a colossal effort in a breathtaking sprint finish to win the World Triathlon Championship finals in Pontevedra, Spain.
Man accused of stalking Olympian Emily Infeld sentenced
Craig Donnelly, who had allegedly stalked Olympic runner Emily Infeld, pleaded guilty to violating an interstate protection order and was sentenced to three years of supervised release.