The action on the track and roads in Tokyo continues into September. Here’s how—and why—to keep tuning in as Team USA’s Paralympians run, roll, jump, and throw on the world’s biggest athletic stage.
2021 Olympics Live Updates: Felix, Hassan, and Seidel Make History to Close Out Women’s Track and Field in Tokyo
Plus more of the latest results, memorable moments, news, and notes from the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
All four women already made history at the Tokyo Olympics. In the final event on the women’s athletics schedule, they teamed up to do it again—together.
Molly Seidel is the third American woman in history to medal in an Olympic marathon, surviving the brutal heat to finish third.
In her fifth and final Olympics, Allyson Felix wins bronze in the women’s 400m final. Defending champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo wins gold.
It's the pinnacle achievement for many athletes, but making Team USA brings a roller coaster of emotions that can't always be anticipated.
The American made a bold move with three laps to go and the Ugandan was the only one who could answer in the Olympic 3,000-meter steeplechase.
One-third of Hassan’s never-before-done bid to win the 1500, 5,000, and 10,000 meters has been cinched. Here is a play-by-play of what she needs to do next and the challenges she'll face.
They bring home the first 800m medals for the Americans since 1988. Two out of the three podium finishers are 19 years old.
The Harvard grad studying epidemiology caught the world's attention at the Olympic Trials, but 200-meter star Gabby Thomas is tuning out the hype.
Beatrice Chepkoech, the world record holder, hasn’t shown her typical dominance, which makes the Olympic steeple all the more intriguing.
The 5,000-meter women’s field features athletes who not only have the endurance, but also can turn on impressive finishing kicks.
After facing rejection after rejection, how a group of women around the world banded together to start the Women's Olympic Games.
Olympian Tianna Bartoletta on Simone Biles, Elite Athletes, and Why Mental Health is More Important Than Gold Medals
Three-time Olympic gold medalist long jumper and sprinter knows something about rising to the occasion on the world's biggest stage. And she has a powerful message for fans and spectators.
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She never expected to play a part in Canada’s rising tide of women’s distance talent, but as the national record holder, Malindi Elmore is leading the way at the 2021 Olympic marathon.
The 2021 Olympic marathon will be held 500 miles from Tokyo in Sapporo. Here's how the course was designed, and a mile-by-mile guide to what runners will face.
First-time Olympian Alicia Monson qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in the 10,000 meters. Coach Dathan Ritzenhein shares the workouts he used to keep her fresh during her buildup.
Out of the record-setting 329 U.S. female athletes heading to Tokyo, the 65 women who will be representing Team USA in track and field are a seriously-impressive group.
Navigating COVID-19 testing and contact tracing at the Games is an added layer of stress for athletes competing in Tokyo.
With an estimated 82.4 million refugees worldwide, these two women heading to the Olympics want to inspire hope for all of them.
Officials from the government, the IOC, and Tokyo organizers announced on Thursday that spectators will not be allowed at most venues.
Track and field athletes at the 1980 U.S. Olympic Trials share how they trained and competed through the boycott—and offer advice for runners facing an uncertain outlook on the return to racing today.