North Korea withdrew its team from the summer Olympics citing a need to protect athletes from the “world public health crisis caused by COVID-19.”
NBC has paid $7.75 billion for the rights to the next six Olympics. Those payments are estimated to account for about 40% of the...
The Afghan athletes arrived in Tokyo days after the Paralympics opened, both fleeing Kabul for Paris, and then on to Tokyo.
The latest win brings her career total to four gold and 10 medals overall in both summer and winter events.
After winning gold, Malaysian shot putter Muhammad Ziyad Zolkefli was disqualified because he had shown up late for the competition.
Oksana Masters has now mastered another event, winning her ninth career Paralympic medal at the Tokyo Games and her first in a new sport.
After losing his arms at age 10, Egypt's Ibrahim Hamadtou took up table tennis "as a challenge."
It's the race that could've been. This weekend, Sha'Carri Richardson will face the sprinters who swept the podium in the women's 100-meters in Tokyo.
Biles says she is making the importance of proper mental health a focal point of her post-Olympic exhibition tour.
The Paralympics open on Aug. 24 with about 4,400 athletes. That is a far smaller event than the Olympics with 11,000 athletes.
US wheelchair racer, Tatyana McFadden, already has 17 Paralympic medals under her belt. Now, she prepares for Tokyo with the hopes of bringing home...
About 4,400 athletes with physical disabilities from 160 countries will compete in more than 20 sporting events under strict public health measures.
The last gold medal match in karate's Olympic debut ended with a messy, confusing disqualification.
When the U.S. athletes voted for a flagbearer at the Tokyo Olympics Closing Ceremony, medals didn't matter.
Three gold medals Sunday lifted the US past China for most gold medals and most overall. The Beijing winter Games start in 108 days.
For now, Paris officials say they're betting that the pandemic will be over when their turn comes.
These Games presented logistical and medical obstacles like no other.
In the final weekend, it was a nip-and-tuck battle between the U.S. and China to finish atop the gold medal standings.