- Former Olympic champ Hackett to enter rehab in US Updated: Feb-25-14 7:09 pm
- Swimmer Chad Le Clos would welcome Phelps back Updated: Feb-22-14 6:32 pm
- Ex-diver DeStephen first openly gay MU athlete Updated: Feb-20-14 6:34 am
- Hungary's Hosszu wins again in Arena Grand Prix Updated: Feb-15-14 8:41 pm
- SOCHI SCENE: Who will break out? Updated: Feb-14-14 6:00 am
MELBOURNE, Australia - Former Olympic swimming champion Grant Hackett has flown to the United States to undergo treatment for an addiction to the sleeping medication Stilnox.
SOCHI, Russia - Nobody has a better tan at the Winter Olympics than Chad Le Clos.
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Greg DeStephen dealt with being outed as gay, having hostile teammates and diving with a broken back his freshman year, but none of it stopped him from becoming a four-time All-American diver at Missouri.
ORLANDO, Florida - Hungary's Katinka Hosszu raced to her meet-high fourth victory in the three-day Arena Grand Prix event, winning the 200-meter individual medley in a meet-record 2 minutes, 11.27 seconds.
SOCHI, Russia - Once every Olympics, it seems like there is one or two athletes that emerge from the hundreds who come to compete. Through a combination of charm, charisma and jaw-dropping performance, they grab the games and make them their own.