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.

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

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 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.