The father of Anastasiia Laletina — a biathlete who was supposed to compete in a race Tuesday — is a Ukrainian soldier, according to her team.
Oksana Masters said she felt "selfish, helpless, and guilty" for competing at the 2022 Winter Paralympics in Beijing as war raged in Ukraine.
The runner from Cape Verde said she had been with her partner and running guide for 11 years prior to the proposal.
People fleeing to Pakistan from Afghanistan, wildfires in California, and Yemeni bicyclists riding for peace appear in some of this week's most memorable images.
“I get it. I'm young, I'm athletic, but I'm also missing legs!” swimmer Jessica Long said in her viral TikTok.
“I’m angry, I’m disappointed, but most of all, I’m sad not to be representing my country,” swimmer Becca Meyers said.
"I feel amazing," the athlete, who competes with a lower-leg prosthesis, said.
His remark is yet another example of his disdain for people with disabilities.
Actually, for a lot of people, it's Trump who's tough to watch.
In six months’ time the International Olympic Committee will take its decision on who will host the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic