Gold Medalist Michael Phelps Completes Probation for DUIOlympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps has completed his probation for drunken driving.
Maria Sharapova Appeals Her Two-Year SuspensionMaria Sharapova has appealed her two-year ban for doping, imposed by the International Tennis Federation. She will likely get a decision before the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Climbing Is Looking To Be Part Of 2020 OlympicsUSA Climbing had almost 3,800 registered members age 19 and under as of the 2015-16 season, an increase of nearly 90 percent in nine years — a boom that could position the United States to emerge as a top Olympic contender.
U.S. Drops Puerto Rico Swim Training Over Zika VirusUSA Swimming has moved a pre-Olympic training camp out of Puerto Rico because of the Zika virus.
Could The 2016 Olympics Be Postponed Due To Zika Virus?Amir Attaran, Professor at the University of Ottawa, joined the Norris and Davis show to discuss the risks associated with holding the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The Norris & Davis Show Best Of - Week Of May 7thThe Norris & Davis Show Best Of - Week Of May 7th.
Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Strug On Her Famous Performance In Atlanta In 1996Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Strug joined Ken and Steve to talk about her famous performance from the 1996 games in Atlanta.
Jim Johannson, USA Hockey: Expansion, Exposure Essential To Development Of American Hockey PlayersCBS Local Sports spoke with Johannson about the surge in top-tier American players in the NHL and the push to grow the sport of hockey further in America.
Baltimore Swimmer To Go For Gold In Olympics Next SummerThe countdown has begun! It's one year until the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil!
USA Paralympic Swimmer Jessica Long On The Upcoming Rio Olympic GamesUS Paralympic swimmer Jessica Long joined Ed and Steve to talk about being just one year away from the Rio Olympics.
Phelps Re-Establishes Place As The World's Most Dominant SwimmerMichael Phelps is back on top of the world.
Phelps Leaves No Doubt He'll Be Ready For Rio OlympicsMichael Phelps held up one finger, leaving no doubt he's No. 1.