Former Formula One driver and Paralympic handbike champion Alessandro Zanardi will return to auto racing this year.
For adventure athletes, it's the new essential: a video of their exploits.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone on Tuesday ruled out a 20th race on the 2013 calendar, putting an end to speculation that Turkey or another European country is in line to host a Grand Prix this year.
The Jacarepagua track has hosted its last auto racing event before the site is redeveloped to make room for the 2016 Olympic Park.
Former Formula One driver Alex Zanardi of Italy has won the gold medal in the 16-kilometer (10-mile) handcycling time trial at the 2012 London Paralympics.
A Formula One circuit in and around Olympic Stadium is one of four plans being considered for the future of the London Games' centerpiece.
IOC President Jacques Rogge ruled out Formula One as an Olympic sport, saying that the games are a contest between athletes, not engines.
A company headed by a former political prisoner wants to bring Formula One back to South Africa after a 20-year absence with a street race in Cape Town in 2013.
Russia signed a deal with Formula One that will allow the nation to host a Grand Prix race near the Black Sea resort of Sochi starting in 2014.
Former Formula One driver Alex Zanardi, who lost both legs in a car accident, intends to compete for a place on Italy's cycling team at the 2012 Paralympics in London.
Lindsey Vonn's World Cup title brought all the fanfare one would expect. But with the new season here, the American skier is looking to defend her crown.
The 2009 Tour de France will start from Monaco, organizers of the showcase cycle race said on Thursday.
Brian Church hands out a few Olympic medals for great performers on the streets of Torino.
Lance Armstrong's career on a bike might be at an end, but his career as a marketer isn't slowing down.
German television viewers voted seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher the country's sportsman of the 20th century on Friday.
The U.S. figure skating federation will use the scoring system adopted by the International Skating Union for major events with one difference --the judges' marks will be not anonymous.