Kellie Wells' life hasn't gotten any less hectic in the weeks since she won bronze in the 100-meter hurdles at the London Olympics.
In her debut column "I'm Just Askin'," Adena Andrews lays out all the Olympic questions you've been dying to ask but are too embarrassed to speak.
Being a 'hyphenated American' doesn't show divided loyalty; it shows pride in who we are and where we came from.
Hurdler Lolo Jones is the latest to highlight a problem for black women athletes: unmanageable hair after workouts.
Some professional female athletes open up about the challenges -- and joys -- of combining pro sports with motherhood.
April Holmes may have lost part of her leg, but the Paralympics star refuses to be seen as handicapped. She's on a quest to finish what she started in 2008 and come home with two medals in London.
For the Dream's Lindsey Harding, NBA All-Star weekend is a nonstop array of fun, games and shmoozing. We track her whirlwind schedule.
As a little girl, Taversha Norwood had Olympic dreams ... as a gymnast. The dream is still there, but the sport is totally different: She ducks into the ring for boxing bouts, hoping the sport carries her all the way to London.
Whitney Houston's music taught me, and more than a few female athletes, to look inside ourselves and believe.
In our Pro's Questionnaire, the professional triathlete reveals her love for -- and fear of -- the ocean.
Which world-class athletes does triathlete Leanda Cave admire? She spills that and more in our Pro's Questionnaire.
California-based sprinter Carol Rodriguez, who runs for Puerto Rico, is focused on the finish line -- and on supporting her family through a financial crisis.
Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin may picture herself flying like a superhero, but her down-to-earth approach yields greater joy and balance.