Olympic gold medalist Kerri Walsh Jennings and husband Casey of Las Vegas are partners in a new pro volleyball tour which makes its Las Vegas debut starting Wednesday at Las Vegas Festival Grounds.
Former Olympic track and field gold medalist Olga Connolly teaching how to be well in Summerlin.
Steffen Peters and Rosamunde, his new mount, won the inaugural High Roller Grand Prix Freestyle at the South Point Arena and Equestrian Center with an average score of 78.425.
Jim Reitz, the former longtime UNLV swimming coach, recruited Whitney Phelps, sister of the Olympic legend. There never will be another one like Michael Phelps, Reitz says.
Western High grad and Golf Channel reporter Jerry Foltz hopes reinstating golf will grow the game, and that 150-pound rodents will stay off the fairways in Brazil.
Former strongman Mark Philippi says he is back in his element, providing strength and conditioning for wrestling team that has high expectations in Brazil.
Archery people from around the world and around the United States — but mostly from places such as South Dakota — were making their way to the Equestrian Center. They wielded high-tech bows affixed with pulleys and wheels. Quivers of arrows were strapped across shoulders. This was Las Vegas Shoot 2016.
When some of us were kids, bobsled was a sport mostly shown on two-week tape delay in black-and-white. It usually was on “Wide World of Sports” when Jim McKay still sported a crew cut.
During the spring of 1980, Lee Kemp, a celebrated amateur wrestler from the University of Wisconsin, had an Afro and a dream.
Three-time gold medalist Rebecca Soni and world-record holder Ariana Kukors “crashed” Las Vegas Swim Club practice Tuesday. The kids seemed to enjoy their visit.