An Instagram post by Martin, the N.F.L. player at the center of a bullying scandal in 2013, led officials at the school he attended in Los Angeles to close for the day.
Documents uncovered in a federal investigation seem to provide details about several star players, according to Yahoo Sports.
The tennis player had been seeking damages after sustaining a concussion in the trainer’s room at the United States Open.
“Are you next?” reads a placard in a glass display case in Seoul’s Gwacheon ice rink, where the next generation of Korean speedskaters take the ice each day — all dreaming of bringing home a medal in the country’s most popular winter sport.
South Korea, long dominant in short-track speedskating, molds young skaters into champions starting at an early age.
The Olympic debut of mass-start speedskating presents an opportunity for Joey Mantia and the entire, medal-starved United States program.
Despite the country being barred from the Winter Games, Russian athletes and fans showed up and had a good time.
The thrilling gold medal victory by the United States women’s hockey team capped a whirlwind 48 hours of Minnesota success at the Olympics.
Nadezhda Sergeeva is the second Russian athlete at the Games to test positive for a banned substance. Will Russia get its flag back now?
Team U.S.A. won Olympic gold in women’s hockey for the first time since 1998. For the players, this was about more than their sport.
Cross-country skiers require, on average, more daily calories than any other type of athlete. But the constant need to eat can take over their lives.
In a showdown between two Russians, Zagitova beat out Evgenia Medvedeva to win the gold medal. The Americans finished no higher than ninth, their worst collective performance in an Olympics.
The struggling Rangers continued to break up its roster by sending Grabner, their leading goal scorer this season, across the Hudson River.
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The United States had never beaten Canada in Olympic competition. Now it has done it twice in four days.
Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson scored the winning goal in a shootout to give the United States a 3-2 victory against Canada, the four-time defending Olympic champion.
Vonn was in first place after the downhill portion of the event, but she missed a gate on her slalom run, ending her chance at a medal.
Kikkan Randall and Jessie Diggins won gold in the women’s team sprint freestyle, the first U.S. medal in cross country since 1976.
The American women, without a medal since 2006, produced their worst performance in Olympic short program. “Sometimes life and puberty get in the way.”
“It’s peak snow crab season right now,” the noted chef David Chang said. “I don’t know if people understand.” Our correspondent knew that, and much more.
Vonn, the 2010 gold medalist in downhill, had a solid, but not spectacular, run. “I wish this wasn’t my last Olympics but it is.”
After Evgenia Medvedeva, 18, set a world record, Alina Zagitova, 15, outdid her. Both are now are in a good position to become the first Russian to win a gold at these Games.
The Division II women’s basketball coach has spent 32 years at Bentley, which is not far from Boston but is far out of the limelight. And all she has done in that time is excel.
While many athletes listen to music to pump themselves up before an event, snowboarders often listen to music to boost their mood during competition.
With many of their best barred from these Games because of doping, Russian athletes have yet to win a gold medal. Their supporters say the fault lies elsewhere.
Mikhail D. Prokhorov, a Russian oligarch and owner of the Nets, is financing a defamation suit that attacks the credibility of Dr. Grigory Rodchenkov.
The brewery Krombacher has supplied about 1,000 gallons of nonalcoholic beer to the athletes’ village. It’s commonly consumed as a sports drink in Germany.
Recruited primarily from Canada and the United States, they take a particular pride in making sure the ice is just right. The Olympics “are not a place to train people.”
A Russian may lose his bronze medal after failing a doping test in a sport not accustomed to such high-profile cases, but one that is physically demanding.
A Russian curler who won a bronze medal in Pyeongchang but failed a preliminary doping test has traveled to the South Korean capital to await the results of a second test.