T/olympics

  1. Olympic Dreams at Europe’s ‘California of Surfing’ Sports, May 25

    Competitors at the World Surfing Games in France are setting their sights on 2020 in Tokyo, where their sport will be added to the Olympics....

  2. Several Athletes Have Defective Medals From Rio Olympics Sports, May 24

    The American wrestlers Kyle Snyder and Helen Maroulis and the beach volleyball star Kerri Walsh Jennings are among at least 100 athletes with damaged medals....

  3. With the 2018 Olympics in South Korea, Will the North Be Participant or Provocateur? Sports, May 23

    Sporting relations on the Korean Peninsula have rarely been better, but concerns about disruptions by North Korea persist....

  4. United States Is Eliminated From World Hockey Championship Sports, May 19

    The Americans were shut out by Finland, 2-0, in the quarterfinals after six straight victories....

  5. Are Olympic Fans Set for Men’s Hockey Without Players From the N.H.L.? Sports, May 14

    The league announced last month that it would not release players for the Winter Games, and teams preparing for 2018 are struggling to adjust....

  6. Los Angeles Is All In for the 2024 Olympics National, May 12

    Most cities have shunned the Games because of the cost and security concerns of hosting them. Los Angeles already has most of what’s needed, including public support....

  7. Image Sequences of American Sage Kotsenburg’s Gold-Medal Run Interactive, May 11

    The American snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg won the gold medal in slopestyle on substance and style. Here’s how he did it....

  8. Image Sequences of American Sage Kotsenburg’s Gold-Medal Run Interactive, May 11

    The American snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg won the gold medal in slopestyle on substance and style. Here’s how he did it.

  9. Steven Holcomb, Gold Medal Bobsledder Who Beat Vision Problems, Dies at 37 Sports, May 7

    Holcomb, overcoming a degenerative eye disease, piloted a four-man team in 2010 to the first American Olympic gold medal in the event in 62 years....

  10. Steven Holcomb, U.S. Bobsledding Star, Is Found Dead Sports, May 6

    Holcomb, a gold medalist at the 2010 Vancouver Games, died at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y. The cause of death was unclear. He was 37....

  11. Adolph Kiefer, a Gold Medal Backstroker in the 1936 Olympics, Dies at 98 Sports, May 5

    Kiefer won 58 United States championships in backstroke, individual medley and freestyle from 1935 to 1945, but World War II limited him to one Olympics....

  12. LA 2024 Bid Won't Shun Olympic Powerbroker Accused of Bribes None, May 4

    When there's an Olympic bid to be won, Casey Wasserman can't risk putting off any voters as Los Angeles challenges Paris for the 2024 Games....

  13. Olympics: Joint 2024-2028 Award 'the Right Idea', LA Bid Chief Says None, May 4

    An unprecedented joint awarding of back-to-back Summer Games would be "the right idea" for the Olympic movement, Los Angeles 2024 bid chief Casey Wasserman said on Thursday....

  14. Olympics: Australian Coates' Reign Under Threat After Grubby Campaign None, May 4

    John Coates's long reign over the Australian Olympic Committee faces its first challenge in 27 years on Saturday when national sports federations vote in a presidential election at the committee's annual general meeting....