Brazilian marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima carries no ill will to the man who disrupted his greatest moment at the 2004 Athens Games.
Bearing no burden
The Crowning of American Pharoah
After 37 years’ worth of misses, horse racing has its worthy champion in American Pharoah. This is the story of the day he was crowned.
Thirty-five years after their win in Lake Placid made them legends, the 1980 US men’s Olympic hockey team returned to a hero’s welcome.
‘I’m trying to show people what’s not impossible’
Mikaela Shiffrin is the youngest slalom gold medalist in Olympic history. But that’s just the beginning for U.S. skier.
The tao of running
Distance running continues to grow in popularity, showing no signs of slowing as it enters what some experts call its third boom.
The jump for the ages
A story about Bob Beamon, Carl Lewis and the man who is arguably less famous than either athlete, Mike Powell. But Powell owns the record all three want.