Russia out of figure skating worlds, other events
Russia was excluded from all international ice skating events as sporting sanctions continued to mount Tuesday following the country's invasion of Ukraine.
Swedish skater gives gold to detained publisher
Swedish speedskater Nils van der Poel, who won double Olympic gold earlier this month in Beijing, has given one of his medals to a Swedish publisher detained in China, according to Amnesty International.
Krol gives Dutch 1,000m speedskating gold
Thomas Krol won gold in the 1,000 meters on Friday, giving the Netherlands its third straight Olympic speedskating title in the event.
Takagi wins 1,000m speedskating gold; Bowe 3rd
Miho Takagi of Japan won her fourth speedskating medal of the Beijing Games and first individual gold of her career with an Olympic-record victory in the women's 1,000 meters. Brittany Bowe claimed the first individual medal of her career with a bronze.
Norway, Canada win team pursuit skating golds
A crash by a Japanese skater helps Canada win women's team pursuit speedskating, while Norway wins its second straight gold for the men's event.
American Jackson golden in 500m speed skating
Erin Jackson won the United States' first Olympic gold medal in speed skating since 2010 with a victory in Sunday's women's 500-meter race.
Liu wins 500, Dutch take relay in short track
Liu Shaoang of Hungary won Olympic gold in 500-meter short track speedskating on Sunday.
Gao 1st Chinese man to win speedskating gold
Gao Tingyu thrilled the home crowd by becoming the first Chinese man to claim an Olympic gold medal in speedskating, winning the 500 meters on Saturday.
Van der Poel sets speedskating 10k world record
Nils van der Poel of Sweden broke his own world record and captured his second gold medal of the Beijing Olympics with a dominant victory in men's 10,000-meter speedskating Friday.
Schouten sets record in 5,000m speedskating
Irene Schouten set another Olympic record in her 5,000-meter speedskating victory, adding to her earlier win in the 3,000.
S. Korea protests DQs in short track speedskate
With two of its speedskaters disqualified in the Olympic short track semifinals in Bejiing, South Korea filed complaints Tuesday with the International Skating Union and International Olympic Committee.
Nuis, Krol 1-2 for Dutch in 1,500 speedskating
The Dutch finished 1-2 in the men's 1,500 meters in speedskating as Kjeld Nuis edged teammate Thomas Krol with a record time of 1 minute, 43.21 seconds.
Wüst makes history with 6th speedskating gold
Ireen Wüst skated into the record books Monday at the Beijing Games, becoming the first athlete to claim individual gold medals at five different Olympics.
Van der Poel nets Sweden rare speedskating gold
Nils van der Poel gave Sweden its first Olympic speedskating medal since 1988, pulling off a stunning comeback to win gold in the 5,000 meters.
Schouten wins 1st speedskating gold of Olympics
Irene Schouten gave the mighty Dutch a gold medal in the first speedskating event of the Beijing Games, breaking a 20-year-old Olympic record in the women's 3,000 meters Saturday.
Speedskater Dawson hopes to make Olympics
The clock is ticking for American speedskater Casey Dawson to get to his first Olympics after he tested positive for COVID-19 three weeks ago.
Meyers Taylor tests positive, won't carry U.S. flag
Speedskater Brittany Bowe will carry the U.S. flag during the Opening Ceremony for the Beijing Winter Olympics after bobsledder Elana Meyers Taylor tested positive for COVID-19 and was placed in isolation.
Jackson to Beijing after Bowe gives up 500 spot
Brittany Bowe has given up her spot in the 500 meters, allowing Erin Jackson -- ranked No. 1 in the world in the event -- to make the U.S. speedskating team.
Speedskater Jackson slips, misses Beijing in 500
Erin Jackson slipped in the 500 meters and stunningly finished third, failing to make the Beijing Olympics in her signature event at the U.S. speedskating trials.
Bowe Beijing-bound after speedskating triumph
Brittany Bowe won the women's 1,000 meters in a track-record time (1 minute, 13.63 seconds) at the U.S. speedskating trials Thursday. Erin Jackson, the first Black woman to win a World Cup event this season, was third.
Cepuran, Manganello Kilburg skate to trials wins
Ethan Cepuran and Mia Manganello Kilburg are both Beijing-bound after winning the 5,000 and 3,000, respectively, at the U.S. Olympic speedskating trials on Wednesday.
Bowe, U.S. men win at WC speedskating meet
Brittany Bowe of the United States won the women's 1,500 meters at the World Cup speedskating meet in Canada, where the American men won the team pursuit on Sunday.
U.S. sets record at speedskating WC event
The United States set a world record in winning the men's team pursuit and the Netherlands swept the men's 1,000 meters for the third straight speedskating World Cup on Sunday.
U.S. speedskater Jackson loses for just 2nd time
American speedskater Erin Jackson finishes sixth in the 500-meter World Cup race, just her second loss of the season.
Jackson wins 3rd World Cup speedskating gold
Erin Jackson won her third World Cup speedskating gold of the season Saturday, taking the 500 meters in Norway.
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Vinesh Phogat, Sakshi Malik book Commonwealth Games berths after emerging victorious in trials
Anshu Malik (57 kg) beat formidable Sarita Mor 2-1 while Divya Kakran (68 kg) won by technical superiority against Nisha Dahiya.
United States edges Austria in overtime, Canada routs Italy at ice hockey world championships
Luke Hughes scored with 1:57 left in overtime to complete a United States comeback from two goals down to edge Austria 3-2 at the ice hockey world championship on Sunday.
Nashville Predators forward Mikael Granlund scores late goal, helps Finland win its second game at ice hockey world championship
Nashville Predators forward Mikael Granlund, less than a week removed from being eliminated in the NHL postseason in North America, scored the winner for Finland on a power play in a 2-1 victory over Latvia at the ice hockey world championship.
IOC questions Olympic boxing leadership after International Boxing Association election
With boxing's status at the Olympics in doubt, the IOC was not impressed on Saturday with the leadership election of the sport's governing body that was stripped of recognition in 2019.
Defending champ Canada, U.S. win openers at ice hockey worlds
Defending champion Canada and the United States got off to winning starts Friday in their opening games at the world ice hockey championship in Helsinki.
Nigeria president withdraws basketball teams from international competition for two years
Nigeria's president has withdrawn the country's national teams from international competition for two years, putting the country in violation of FIBA's rules and at risk of a ban.