Change of pace for Sydney McLaughlin
Throughout high school, Sydney McLaughlin was a walking (running?) broken record. Now, the Olympian will take a break from her signature event, the 400-meter hurdles, during her freshman season at Kentucky.
Cheptegei aims to fill Farah's spikes
Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei, Uganda's 10 000m silver medalist at the recently concluded IAAF World Championships in London, says his target is to become a triple international title holder.
Catch up with inspiring Olympians one year later
Get reacquainted with runners Abbey D'Agostino and Nikki Hamblin one year after their graceful determination in the face of adversity at the Rio Games made them global icons of sportsmanship.
Froome has 'unfinished business' at Vuelta
The reigning Tour de France champion is aiming to become just the third rider in history to win the Tour and the Vuelta a Espana in the same season.
Vehicle for change
In the province of Bamiyan rides the first official women's cycling team in Afghanistan outside of Kabul. Together, they're challenging social norms and empowering local women and girls with the support of their community.
Kenya's marathon tradition thrives through Kirui
First, victory in the Boston Marathon in April, then World Championships gold four months later. Could we be looking at a new Kenyan great in 24-year-old Geoffrey Kirui?
Bowie dips at line to win women's 100 by .01
Tori Bowie dipped at the line to win the women's 100 meters by .01 seconds Sunday at the world championships. The day also produced a pair of stirring marathon races, as both Geoffrey Kirui and Rose Chelimo came from behind to win gold medals.
Netflix doc spotlights Russian doping whistleblower
Grigory Rodchenkov, who helped Russian athletes get away with doping before blowing the whistle on them and now fears for his life, is the focus of "Icarus," a documentary with an agenda.
How an amateur cyclist helped expose the Russian Olympic doping scandal
Cyclist Bryan Fogel set out to prove how easy it is to beat a drug test. He stumbled upon the biggest doping scandal in sports history.
After a year in a Mars simulator, Johnston can handle anything
Carmel Johnston was the commander of a six-person crew that spent one year living inside a 1,200-square-foot Mars simulator dome stuck on the side of a volcano in the middle of the Big Island of Hawaii. What helped her survive? Triathlon training.
Chris Froome is still unflappable, and other things we learned
This year's Tour de France featured big names crashing out, a controversial expulsion and a build up of suspense as the stages went by. Here are our five takeaways from the three-week drama.
The race that kept everyone guessing
The biggest stars crashed out of the Tour de France stage after stage, but one thing remained steady throughout: Britain's Chris Froome. Here's how the race unfolded, ushering the defending champ to his fourth Tour win.
Cyclist Michael Matthews shows up big for Australia
For the past 20 years, the Tour de France has been good to Australia, with Robbie McEwen claiming the green jersey three times and Cadel Evans taking the title in 2011. Michael Matthews is doing what he can to pick up where they left off.
The superhero in James Pradke's family
At the Warrior Games, one might assume that U.S. Army Maj. James Pradke is the hero in the family. But it was someone much smaller who helped his family when they needed it the most.
Marine Cpl. Dakota Boyer challenges himself, inspires others
When Cpl. Dakota Boyer plays volleyball or swims, it takes him back to the days when he was doing exactly what he was meant to do, being on a team, being a Marine.
How a ray of sunshine saved Dawn Page's life
Injured and alone in a cave in Jordan, Special Ops medic Dawn Page knew that if she was going to survive, she would have to save herself. She just didn't expect that she would have to follow her heart to do it.
Photos -- 'The legacy I want to leave is one thing: love,' says Ramesh Haytasingh
U.S. Navy Lt. Ramesh Haytasingh has an important message for everyone he meets at the Warrior Games -- and he's more of a show, not tell, kind of guy.
'I would do damn near anything to have my left knee back'
When USMC sergeant Kirstie Ennis lost her leg in 2015, she embraced sports in her recovery -- rowing, cycling, mountaineering. Now, she talks about being the first veteran in the Body Issue, her confidence and the inspiration she is compelled to be.
Sprinter Williams-Mills: 'My battle scars are my cancer scars'
For ESPN's annual Body Issue, Jamaican sprinter Novlene Williams-Mills opens up about her battle with breast cancer -- and competing in the 2012 London Olympics while awaiting treatment.
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Prince Harry hits Sydney for Invictus Games milestone
Prince Harry has marked 500 days to the Invictus Games in Sydney, the British Royal joining Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove at Admiralty House to begin the countdown to the event for which he is Patron.
Prince Harry launches the Invictus Games in Sydney.
Prince Harry has shrugged off the worst that Sydney's weather could throw at him to launch the Invictus Games with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.