We celebrate Ashley Wagner's 23rd birthday and #FlashbackFriday with a classic social-media moment starring the figure skater from the Sochi Olympics.
Germany's Sandra Kiriasis drove to a World Cup bobsled win on her home track on Sunday, edging Elana Meyers of the United States by the slimmest of margins.
Two-time Olympic swimming gold medalist Britta Steffen of Germany has announced her retirement.
We look at one pivotal scene from the Nine for IX film "The Diplomat," a scene where Katarina Witt fights for more than Olympic gold at the 1988 Winter Games.
The United States gave Tom Sermanni a title in his first tournament as coach of the American women's team.
The United States came from behind to tie Sweden 1-1 Monday to advance to the Algarve Cup final for the 10th time in 11 years.
Katarina Witt may have been one of East Germany's most famous athletes at the height of the Cold War, but "The Diplomat" shows how the figure skater ended up being a beneficiary and victim of the socialist regime.
Playing their first match since Pia Sundhage left to coach in her native Sweden, the U.S. women's national team is optimistic they'll continue to grow their sport and their future.
Back on the pitch for the first time since a heartbreaking World Cup loss, the U.S. battled to a draw in a match against Canada.
She's only 10 but eats, breathes and sleeps soccer. So see how the next generation looks at the Women's World Cup through the eyes of our wunderkind.
The 2011 women have more options than their '99 counterparts, and with a win Sunday, hopefully the next generation will have even more.
Frustrated by its play in the semifinals against Japan, Sweden hopes to rebound with a victory in the third-place game.
Unofficial team deejay is not the only role in which Lauren Cheney is excelling. The forward turned midfielder has been impressive in her first World Cup.
Playing together and playing for their country has spurred the Japanese on an amazing run.
The team advanced out of its group for the first time and also qualified for the 2012 Olympics. The hope is, maybe now, the country will notice.
A 3-1 win over Sweden puts Japan in the World Cup final for the first time and gives the still-recovering country something to feel good about.