What a 2020 U.S. Olympic dream team might look like
If the best U.S. players were allowed to participate in 2020, what might a dream team look like? Let's project out a 24-player Olympic roster.
Ahead of the Tokyo Olympics, Japan ponders what it means to be Japanese
Japan is still not comfortable with its own sense of identity
Tokyo Olympics: 20 storylines with one year out to the 2020 Games
The U.S. has new Olympic gold favorites in gymnastics, swimming, track and field and beach volleyball.
IOC Executive Board to Decide on Boxing’s Olympic Fate at Meeting in Tokyo
By Liam Morgan | International Olympic Committee (IOC) officials are assessing how they can organize a boxing tournament at Tokyo 2020 without the Gafur Rakhimov-led International Boxing Associatio…
Life Lessons from an Olympic Dream
Inspiration and wisdom My blog posts don’t often begin with these words, “Don’t laugh at what I’m about to share with you,” but today I feel it is necessary since I’m sharing a personal story of my…
The Eater Guide to Tokyo
Food news and dining guides from across the country.
How to Kill Your City's Olympic Dreams
I'll Have What Phil's Having Tokyo on Wisconsin Public Television
Follow Phil in his search for the most delicious ramen and the sushi of his dreams in Tokyo.
Lessons from Basketball's Olympic 'Dream Team'
How do you manage talent? This entrepreneur says you should never forget the rise, fall, and redemption of the U.S. men's basketball team.
Tokyo’s top ten beautiful buildings
Tokyo is hardly ever described as ‘beautiful’, and for good reason: many of the most recognisable structures in our beloved city fall into the categories of dystopian monstrosity and/or soulless glass-and-steel rectangle. Nevertheless, the metropolis is also home to quite a few simply gorgeous pieces of architecture – here are our top picks… 1.…
Review: OLYMPIC DREAMS Is An Intriguing Romance With An Interesting Concept
Having an extremely intriguing backstory, but also being a great film in its own right, Olympic Dreams is one of the most compelling films of SXSW 2019.
Sasha DiGiulian climbing her way to Olympic dreams
Why losing my Olympic dream was the best thing that ever happened to me
To cope with the pain from the injury and to deal with the disappointment of losing my dream, I began taking narcotics and was soon hooked. I dropped out of Olympic training and took up MMA fighting, instead.
How a Santa Monica High grad fulfilled her Olympic dream
With Rio de Janeiro set to host the Olympics, Santa Monica native Betsy Kimmel recalled earning a spot on Team USA in the 1992 Games.
The Gaman Spirit: Why Cycling Works in Tokyo
In Tokyo 14 percent of all trips are done by bike, every single day. Yet Tokyo does not have the cycling infrastructure of an Amsterdam or even Hamburg, which…
How Emily Hsieh's Olympic Dream Led Her To Rugby Refereeing
Emily Hsieh wasn't sure how her parents would react when she quit her full-time job to pursue a career as a rugby referee.
'A way of life': Judo athlete works toward Olympic dream in Appleton
Rameen Almozaffar qualified for the U.S. team in judo last month, but still faces a long path to the Olympics.
Could Surfing Help Remind us What the Olympics is Meant to Be?
By James Diamond | Last month the International Surfing Association (ISA) President told me he thinks his sport will “surprise people” when it makes its Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020. He …
At 101, Doolittle Tokyo Raiders member shares story
Lt. Col. Richard “Dick” Cole will speak at the National WWI Museum.
Target locked ... Barnes working with US trainer to help realise Olympic dream
Top Jamaican shooter Shaun Barnes has secured the assistance of globally recognised shooter and coach Gebben Miles for tips and analysis as he looks to become the first Jamaican to qualify for skeet shooting at the Olympic Games.Miles, an American,...