Maryland Zoo Introduces Furry And Feathery Olympians In Time For Summer GamesMaryland's already well represented in Tokyo's summer games, but the Maryland Zoo is adding a few more olympiads to the mix.
Maryland's Matthew Centrowitz Jr. Makes U.S. Men's Track & Field Olympic TeamAnne Arundel County native and Olympic gold medalist Matthew Centrowitz Jr. makes the men's track and field Olympic team. It's his third time on the Olympic team.
Maryland's Kayla DiCello Will Serve As An Alternate On US Olympic Women's Gymnastics TeamMaryland's Kayla DiCello will serve as an alternate on the U.S. Olympic women's gymnastics team.
Storm Brewing On Katie Ledecky's Tokyo Olympic HorizonKatie Ledecky is used to slaying her competition, winning not by hundredths but by full seconds. Usually lots of 'em.
2 For 2: Ledecky Wins Her Shortest, Longest Races At Olympic TrialsOn another memorable night for the American swimming star, Katie Ledecky won the 200-meter freestyle and the historic 1,500 free about 70 minutes apart at the U.S. Olympic trials Wednesday, locking up two more individual events for the Tokyo Games.
Need For Speed: Maryland Native Katie Ledecky Wins 400, But Slower Than ExpectedKatie Ledecky touched the wall far ahead of everyone else at the U.S. swimming trials.
Emotions Stir Michael Phelps As He Returns To US Olympic Trials To Cheer On Former TeammatesIt's June in an Olympic year, and Michael Phelps is feeling it. In his mind and in his body. Except the winningest Olympian of all time has been retired for five years.