Despite a year of repeated frustrations, sophomore Abayomi Awoyomi still has hope for the future of track and field.
Sports are gone for now and that’s unfortunate, but with so many events being pushed back next year is going to be more packed with excitement than ever before.
Mullen, who played four years of softball at Wash. U. before graduating in 2014, was working at a marketing firm and perusing LinkedIn for her next career move when she saw a post about open tryouts for the United States national handball program.
The 1904 St. Louis Olympics were exploitative, dangerous, drawn-out, poorly planned and incredibly ridiculous.
The Winter Olympics are happening in PeyongChang. What form of sliding is the Student Life sports staff most excited for?
Four days ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics, the St. Louis Sports Commission announced plans to install an Olympic Rings “Spectacular” on Washington University’s campus in an effort to re-establish the city’s Olympic legacy.
Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad stopped by Washington University on Tuesday to discuss on identity, racism and her journey to the Olympics.
Pistorius attracted widespread support with his feel-good story, but as the saying goes, “the bigger they are, the harder they fall.” And Pistorius fell. Hard.
This past Sunday night, Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi, Russia came alive one last time for an inspiring display of acrobatics, stunts and dances. Fans from around the world packed the stadium for support as their nations’ athletes took one last lap around the stadium to officially close out the Winter Olympic season.
The Sochi Olympics came to a close Sunday with the host nation celebrating a win in the overall medal count, buoyed by strong (if not marred by judging controversy) finishes in figure skating.
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