Harvard-bound phenom Amanda Sobhy, who's already won a world singles title, heads America's first family of squash.
National judo champion Christal Ransom seeks a brighter spotlight for her sport as she eyes the Olympics.
Twenty years after a water-skiing accident took her hearing, Karen Putz is poised participate in nationals for the rigorous sport.
The Russian native took over Lifeway Foods in 2002 and has grown the company by catering to elite athletes, Little League mothers and everyone in between.
Angie Orellano-Fisher rang her 60th birthday by breaking a world record with a 3,010 tandem bike race across 12 states in just six days.
The Chicago Force cornerback hasn't let anything slow her down while pursing her dream to play tackle football, including her deafness.
Lifetime competitive athlete Diane Van Deren refused to let epilepsy rule her life. But did a partial lobectomy give her the gift of ultrarunning?
In the wake of last year's emotional Olympics, the medal-winning Canadian figure skater continues to draw inspiration from her late mother as she works to raise awareness of heart disease.