The one Olympic sport the U.S. has yet to conquer
Biathlon, a demanding hybrid of cross-country skiing and shooting, is the lone winter Olympic sport missing from the U.S. medal count. Lowell Bailey and Susan Dunklee bring inspired leadership to a team that will take aim at the podium in Pyeongchang.
Olympic biathlon team among banned Kazakhs
Nine biathletes from Kazakhstan have been suspended on suspicion of doping, including the country's entire women's Olympic team.
Russian biathlon given path to lift suspension
The Russian Biathlon Union, which was relegated to provisional membership in the international union in 2017, was given a new road map to reinstatement that includes extra out-of-competition testing for athletes and cooperating in a WADA investigation.
Russia rejected in bid to rejoin biathlon group
Russia has failed to be reinstated as a full member by biathlon's governing body amid an investigation into bribery to cover up doping cases.
Russian biathlete banned 2 years for doping
Russian biathlete Ekaterina Glazyrina, who competed at the Sochi Olympics, has been banned for two years for doping.
Russian biathlon coach fired over misconduct
Russian biathlon coach Sergei Tutmin has been fired from the regional team and suspended from coaching over sexual misconduct involving a 17-year-old athlete.
Biathlon president steps down after raid
The longtime president of the International Biathlon Union, Anders Besseberg, stepped down Thursday.
Police raid biathlon federation in doping case
Biathlon's governing body was raided by Austrian police on Wednesday in an operation that officials said was linked to a doping investigation.
Olympic biathlon gold winner Svendsen retires
Norwegian biathlete Emil Hegle Svendsen, a four-time Olympic champion, has retired from the sport.
Most decorated male Winter Olympian retires
Norwegian biathlete Ole Einar Bjoerndalen, who won 13 Olympic medals (eight golds) and 45 world championship medals, has retired from the sport.
Makarainen wins 3rd biathlon World Cup title
Kaisa Makarainen of Finland finished sixth Sunday, but took the women's biathlon World Cup title for the third time in her career. .
U.S. Biathlon team boycotting event in Russia
The U.S. Biathlon team is joining other teams in boycotting the final World Cup series events in Siberia, saying in a statement that allowing Russia to host "sends an outrageous message of anti-doping indifference to the world."
Belarus tames heavy winds, wins biathlon relay
Darya Domracheva set a record with her fourth gold medal in biathlon as Belarus won the 4x6-kilometer relay Thursday.
Fourcade grabs 3rd gold in mixed relay win
Martin Fourcade earned a third gold medal at the Pyeongchang Winter Games and solidified his legacy as the most successful Olympic champion in French history by anchoring his team to victory in the biathlon mixed relay.
Fourcade takes biathlon gold in photo finish
France's Martin Fourcade slammed his ski pole into the snow in disgust after sliding through the finish line, thinking he'd just lost another Olympic gold medal in a photo finish.
Kuzmina grabs 3rd medal, 1st gold, of Games
Anastasiya Kuzmina finally won gold in these Olympics, hitting 19 of 20 targets to win the women's 12.5-kilometer mass start Saturday.
Fourcade's collapse hands biathlon gold to Boe
Martin Fourcade's rare collapse on the final shoot of the 20-kilometer individual race handed Norwegian rival Johannes Thingnes Boe his first Olympic gold medal in biathlon, while Hanna Oeberg was a surprise winner in the women's 15-kilometer race.
Russia to host final event of biathlon WC series
Despite substantial opposition from athletes and several national federations, the International Biathlon Union's executive board has voted to hold the final event of the 2018 World Cup series in Tyumen, Russia, as scheduled.
Fourcade back on top; Dahlmeier wins 2nd gold
Martin Fourcade's victory in the men's 12.5-kilometer pursuit came after Laura Dahlmeier gave Germany its third straight gold medal in the biathlon -- and her second overall -- in the women's 10-kilometer pursuit.
W2W4 @ Winter Olympics: Canada poised for figure skating team gold
Monday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Canada looks to lock up figure skating team gold and the Dutch skate for another speed sweep.
W2W4 on Sunday: Men's slopestyle, figure skating team event on tap
Alpine events kick off with men's downhill, while other medals will be handed out in men's slopestyle and women's moguls on Sunday at the Winter Olympics.
Dahlmeier wins gold in women's 7.5 km sprint
Germany's Laura Dahlmeier, the 24-year-old budding biathlon star, hit all 10 targets to win her first gold medal in the women's 7.5-kilometer sprint on Saturday night at the Pyeongchang Games.
W2W4 in Pyeongchang: USA-China curling match highlights big day
In the first full day of competition at the Pyeongchang Olympics, the first five gold medals will be awarded.
Tonga's Pita Taufatofua steals the show, again
What was the biggest question leading into the opening ceremony in Pyeongchang? Everyone wanted to know if Tongan Pita Taufatofua would show up shirtless and oiled up. He did not disappoint.
Who and what to watch for in Pyeongchang
So many athletes and events to follow in the Olympics ... Where to start? We've got you covered. Here are the biggest names and biggest storylines playing out in South Korea -- and when you can catch them.
GER 14 CAN 11
GER 10 CAN 8
CAN 10 OAR 9
Fourcade 3 Bjørgen 2
Bolshunov 3 Nilsson 2
Johansson 2 Bescond 2
The shooting veterans guiding India's next gen talents to glory
Jonathan Selvaraj explores how India's talented new generation of shooters are being primed to be champions by veterans of a previous.
Two Olympic shooting quotas revoked, IOC 'suspends' talks with India about hosting its events
The International Olympic Committee has decided to "suspend all discussions" with India regarding hosting of global sporting events after Pakistani shooters were not issued visas for the World Cup in New Delhi.
Breakdancing among four sports proposed for 2024 Olympics
Breakdancing is close to becoming an Olympic sport after the organizers of the Paris Games proposed its inclusion in 2024.
Caster Semenya: landmark case against IAAF begins in Switzerland
Lawyers for South African runner Caster Semenya have begun presenting her landmark case against the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) in Switzerland.
South African government calls on world to fight for Caster Semenya
The South African government has called on the world to fight what it calls a "gross violation of human rights law" against the country's female Olympic champion Caster Semenya.
North Korea and South Korea plan joint march, unified teams for Tokyo 2020
North Korea and South Korea are interested in a joint march at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics as well as fielding unified teams in different sports, the president of the International Olympic Committee said on Friday.