The former California governor, movie star and bodybuilder recalls boyhood idol Yury Vlasov in an emotional anti-war video.
Team Japan finished the 2022 Winter Games with 18 medals, collecting top-three finishes in seven different sports.
Japanese athletes put on quite a show on February 15 in the exciting finals of both the men’s and women's competitions.
Gold medalist Austria saves its best for last in the final round, with Slovenia and Germany placing second and third, respectively.
The 25-year-old becomes only the second Japanese to medal on both hills at the same Olympics, after Kazuyoshi Funaki in 1998 in Nagano.
Spectators who follow the sport were largely confined to watching from home, but that did not prevent them from weighing in on the day. Here’s a...
After consecutive runner-up finishes in Sochi and Pyeongchang, the 23-year-old collects the top Olympic prize in Beijing.
American Chloe Kim defended her Olympic title with a top score of 94.00 points on her first run, while Tomita became the first Japanese female medalist...
The Pyeongchang silver medalist could never recover from a sub-par jump on the normal hill.
Hanae Kubo scored the dramatic winning goal in Japan’s final match of the ice hockey tournament's preliminary round.
Dutch superstar Ireen Wust defended her 2018 Pyeongchang Games title and collected her sixth overall Olympic gold to hold off Takagi’s title quest.
Reira Iwabuchi placed fifth and compatriot Kokomo Murase earned a 10th-place finish in her Olympic debut.