She's only 11, but tennis phenom Maria Shishkina is already a heavy hitter.
Kendall Coyne wasn't the only teen athlete to come tantalizingly close to realizing Olympic dreams
Recent studies show that young female athletes are up to eight times more likely to tear their ACLs than their male counterparts. Rachel Quon and Bri Rodriguez are part of this disturbing trend.
First the country split apart. Then came the bombs. But out of the rubble emerged three top players who've made Serbians embrace tennis like never before.
"To know her is to love her." So says Lorena Ochoa's Web site. Funny thing is, it just might be true.
Her parents wanted her to find a safer sport because of her battle with epilepsy, and Chanda Gunn found hockey. Now, she's hoping to help Team USA win gold.
ESPN The Magazine's Lindsay Berra writes that snowboarders Gretchen Bleiler and Lindsey Jacobellis are more than ready to become Olympic icons.
Who can stop Serena and Venus? Tiny Belgium just may have a pair of answers.