Olympics

The IOC responds to Sha'Carri Richardson claimed double standards after Kamila Valieva was allowed to compete in the Olympics despite testing positive for a banned heart medication that could be considered a performance enhancement drug.

Ultimately the Court of Arbitration for Sports allowed Valieva to compete because of her age, making her a "protected person" by the definition of the World Anti-Doping Agency.

Since Tommie Smith and John Carlos in 1968, a few other Black athletes have made history at the Olympics in a number of historic ways. In honor of the duo, let's take a look at times where the 200 Olympics was Black, bold and bigger than ever.

"I’m the only Olympian basketball player to birth an Olympian!”

28-year-old Tamyra Mensah-Stock won her first Olympic gold medal in wresting, which comes with a nice side of tax-free prize money totaling up to $37,500. So, what does the girl holding the gold get herself with all that cash? Nothing actually — it's all going to her mom's big dream of opening up a food truck.

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics Summer Games may have been delayed by a year, but the Black women Olympians competing for gold certainly won't be denied.

The 2021 Olympic Opening Ceremony featured bright and innovative fashions.

The Olympics are weeks away, get familiar with the stars holding it down for the hometeam.

The Olympics has banned protests and shirts containing the words "Black Lives Matter" after polling international athletes who are reportedly in favor of the ruling.

The International Olympic Committee reissued their stance on barring political speech or silent acts of protest at the games, with a specific reference to the phrase "Black Lives Matter."