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“Suffice it to say I’m going to be sore tomorrow,” says the model, commenting on day one of her marathon training.
Alysia Montaño, with the help of her husband and two-year-old daughter, announced that she’s pregnant with her second child through a Twitter video.
See where nine-time Olympic champion and Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt ranks on Forbes’ world’s highest-paid athletes of 2016.
Canadians reacted to Andre De Grasse bringing home a bronze medal in the men’s 100m on Sunday night at the Rio Olympics.
American Ashton Eaton, the world record holder in the decathlon, responded to criticism for wearing a Canada hat supporting his wife in Rio.
American sprinter Morolake Akinosun tweeted out five years ago that she would make the Olympics in 2016. That post has now gone viral.