Clara Brown rose to the pinnacle of Paracycling in just three years. She learned a few important life lessons along the way.
Cycling helped USA Paralympian Freddie De Los Santos with PTSD, and now he sees his disability as a blessing
Freddie De Los Santos lost most of his right leg after he was injured in a rocket attack in Afghanistan. Cycling has become his passion, and his way to manage PTSD.
Portrait of a champion: Jennifer Valente’s Olympic gold is the product of physical and intellectual strengths
Jennifer Valente's Olympic gold medal sprung from her physical and intellectual gifts, and from her lifelong background in track cycling. So, what's next for Valente?
Jennifer Valente says her Olympic success has its foundations in San Diego's cycling community, where fun and learning overshadowed victory.
Olympic track cycling: Jennifer Valente wins Omnium gold; Kelsey Mitchell gold for Canada in the Sprint
Not even a late crash could derail Jennifer Valente, whose Omnium win is the first U.S. Olympic track gold medal since 2000.
After Kristin Armstrong became a U.S. Olympic hero in 2008, mainstream media repeatedly asked her about Lance. Her response was golden.
Tokyo Olympic track racing: Great Britain blasts to women’s Madison win, Harrie Lavreysen takes Sprint gold in three-race thriller
Laura Kenny and Katie Archibald dominate the first-ever Olympic women's Madison as Lavreysen wins all-Dutch men's Sprint final.