Owners of a barbershop in Anaheim contacted police after finding an Olympic gold medal in a discarded plastic bag on their property.
We hope you're ready for the next great diver of our generation because this Golden Retriever is making a name for herself. She's out here training for the 2024 Olympics already and TikTok user @dogmomandkids let us in on a day-in-the-life of her dog's training schedule and it's downright impressive.
Police were working Wednesday to return a stolen gold medal to an Olympic volleyball player after a thief snatched it from her car last month. Jordyn Poulter’s stolen medal was found Monday night, according to Sgt. Shane Carringer of the Anaheim Police Department. Maria Carrillo and Noe Hernandez, the...
A United States Olympian’s gold medal has been recovered after it was allegedly stolen by an Anaheim man last month. Jordyn Poulter contacted police on May 25 and reported the loss of her medal during a vehicle burglary inside a parking garage on the 1500 block of East Lincoln Avenue.
MANSFIELD, Texas — To say that 21-year-old Jasmine Moore had a good debut season at the University of Florida would be a grave understatement. Moore transferred to Florida last fall after spending two years on the track team at the University of Georgia. She went to Florida as an...
Justin Spring joins the Crimson Tide after 12 seasons as the head coach of men's gymnastics at Illinois as Ashley Johnston's first new hire.
An Olympic swimmer from Buffalo responds on social media after a medical scare while in Budapest competing at the World Aquatics Championships. Anita Alvarez, a 2014 graduate of Kenmore West Senior High School, was competing at the World Aquatics Championships on Thursday during a solo free routine when something unexpected happened – at the end of her routine, Alvarez suddenly fainted in the pool.
"There's still somewhat of a stigma that they can't do this," Jessica said. "She and her crew are proving them all wrong. They can do just as many tough things as the rest of us."
Monticello, Ill. (WCIA) –Todd Peddycoart of Monticello competed in the Special Olympics USA hosted in Orlando, Florida. Peddycoart has bowled since sixth grade. He is a member of the Piatt County Mental Heath Center’s Golden Eagles bowling team. He plays basketball as well. During his first National competition with the Special Olympics he brought home […]
A look at the recently concluded LA Kings Girls Camp, led by LA Kings Scout, and former professional hockey player Blake Bolden, as well as two-time Olympic medalist Megan Bozek. Bolden is a regular around LA Kings youth clinics, while Bozek was a special add for this season’s camp, joining the Kings again this summer after she dropped the ceremonial first puck midseason alongside Bolden and Manon Rheaume for Gender Equality Night on March 24 against Chicago. The trio of women participated in a pre-game panel with Carrlyn Bathe of Bally Sports West as the Kings worked to grow the game locally.