After years of orchestrating some of the biggest triumphs in American women’s hockey, Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson and Monique Lamoureux-Morando announced their retirements Tuesday. The Lamoureuxs, who…View More Lamoureux Twins Have One Last Act Before Retiring From Hockey
It’s no wonder Diggins — and everyone else — appeared to be hyperventilating at the finish line. “It’s almost comical, how brutally hard it is,”…View More The Olympics Were No Fluke. American Women Are Excelling in Cross-Country Skiing.
Ellie Furneaux has a headache, every day. Even worse, once a month, a migraine grips her. It starts innocuously. Staring at a screen at the…View More She Seemed Destined for Olympic Glory. Brain Injuries Ended That.
Russia’s attempt to overturn its four-year ban from international sports this month turned to a familiar courtroom weapon: emotion. At a private hearing held over…View More Russia Wield Emotion in Pressing to Overturn Doping Ban
LONDON — After the unmasking of its state-orchestrated doping program turned it into a sporting pariah, Russia hardly quietly accepted its punishment. Angered and humiliated,…View More After Doping, Russia Moves on to Hacking Olympics, U.S. and Britain Say
The Justice Department announced indictments on Monday of six Russian military intelligence officers in connection with major hacks worldwide, including of the Winter Olympics and…View More U.S. Charges Russian Intelligence Officers in Major Cyberattacks