From rivals to friends

By Chris Kwiecinski Meet Chicago natives Aja Evans and Seun Adigun, who as high schoolers competed against one another in track and field, and who now are both competing as bobsledders in the Winter Olympics. Read The Athletic article

Adande: Making the Olympics special

By J.A. Adande The most Olympian moment during these Winter Games actually occurred at the Daytona 500. It came when Bubba Wallace broke down in tears as he hugged his mother at the start of his post-race press conference. Wallace finished second and seemed almost...

Med student’s unexpected training

By Olivia Reiner Korea hockey player and Columbia medical student Carline Park received some unexpected real-world training during the 2018 Winter Olympics after suffering a high ankle sprain. Read the am New York article

Adande: Hooked on curling

By J.A. Adande It wasn’t too long into my first up-close look at curling that I recognized its superiority over the NFL. Granted, curling lacks the athleticism, synchronized teamwork and hitting (if that’s your thing) of football. You know what it has? The good sense...

Sights on 2022

By Anna Kook Singapore speed skater Cheyenne Goh — the first winter Olympic competitor in the country’s history —set her sights on Beijing 2022 after her historic debut. Read the Channel NewsAsia story

Kessel eyes hockey redemption

By Olivia Reiner Amanda Kessel returned from the 2014 Winter Olympics with a silver medal and uncertainty about whether she’d ever be able to compete in the Olympics again. Kessel is back, and she and her U.S. teammates are going for gold. Read the am New York...