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New prospective Olympic sports could affect...

The 2024 Olympics will feature four new sports on its program — rock climbing, break dancing, surfing and skateboarding. Though an appearance from Tony Hawk or Alex Honnold may be a little far fetched, there is a realistic possibility that BYU could feature more athletes participating in the events both on campus and in the Olympics.

Olympic prospects find friends and family...

For Olympic prospects Payton Sorenson and Brynne Sproul, swimming is more than just a sport — it’s a catalyst for bringing about enduring relationships.

Cougarettes win double national championship

The BYU Cougarettes clinched the National Dance Alliance National Championships in the hip hop and jazz divisions April 5-6 in Daytona, Florida, winning their 18th and 19th national titles.

BYU women’s tennis dominates Portland, narrowly...

BYU women’s tennis played two back-to-back home matches March 15-16, defeating the University of Portland on Friday while losing to the women of the University of Utah on Saturday.

Hawaiian volleyball players bring culture, friendship...

Three of the four players from Hawaii, Kana’i Akana and Wil Stanley of the men’s team and Kiani Moea’i of the women’s team, all graduated from the same school in Honolulu, Punahou School. Though just a small part of the BYU volley program, the three players have already made an impact.

BYU freshman qualifies for 2020 Olympic...

At just 18 years old, Sproul is one of the youngest Olympic prospects to ever come out of BYU. As a freshman, Sproul has only been competing at the collegiate level for about four months.

BYU men’s volleyball rebounds after road...

BYU men’s volleyball defeated No. 14 University of Southern California in four sets to one at home Feb. 16 after a rough string of road losses.

BYU senior qualifies for second Olympic...

Read or listen to a Portuguese translation  Payton Sorenson isn’t just a good swimmer: he's a world-class swimmer. At just 27 years old, Sorenson has...

BYU gymnastics records highest season-opening score...

BYU women’s gymnastics lost to the University of Utah on Jan. 10, trailing 196.475 to No. 3 Utah’s 197.250.

Games on? Calgary vote shakes up...

Does anyone really want to host the Winter Olympics? Residents in Calgary answered that question with a resounding "No," and now the International Olympic Committee has some soul-searching to do. Again.

Former Olympians find continued success as...

BYU is known for a variety of things such as its religious commitments, subsidized tuition, and athletic programs. Something that isn't often recognized about the university is the amount of Olympians who call BYU their alma mater.

World Anti-Doping Agency reinstates Russia

The World Anti-Doping Agency reinstated Russia on Thursday despite a wave of protests, ending the nearly three-year suspension of the country's drug-testing program because of a state-sponsored doping scheme.
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