Broadneck's Matt Centrowitz Still Savoring Olympic Gold
Winning is nothing new for former Broadneck High School star Matt Centrowitz, but the Olympic gold medalist is still waiting for the reality of his new hardware to sink in.
After Olympic Gold, Woodbine's Kyle Snyder Heads Back To School
Kyle Snyder, who, at 20, became the youngest U.S. wrestler to win gold, said he spent some time training with fellow Marylander and Olympic gold medalist Helen Maroulis.
Top Five Moments From The Summer Olympics In Rio de Janeiro
Glenn Clark shares his top five Olympic moments of the past two weeks, from Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt to Zac Efron and shirtless Tongan guy.
Glenn Younes: Looking Back At 2016 Olympics
Glenn Younes weighs in on Maryland's impressive medal count, the Ryan Lochte saga and his key takeaways from the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Is This Really The End Of Michael Phelps' Olympic Career?
This might be the "right time" for Michael Phelps to retire, but Glenn Clark says even a lackluster comeback in 2020 couldn't tarnish the swimmer's legacy.
Glenn Younes: Is Michael Phelps The Greatest Athlete Of All Time?
Glenn Younes asks, where does Michael Phelps rank among the greatest athletes of all time, and how does swimming's multiple events factor into how fans should evaluate his medal count?
Glenn Clark Tries Same Cupping Technique As Michael Phelps
After wondering about those red circles on Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps' back, Glenn Clark decided to try out cupping for himself.
Maryland's Micha Powell A Second-Generation Olympian
Terps sprinter Micha Powell will compete during the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, following in the footsteps of her parents, who are both former Olympians.
U.S. Women's Soccer's Crystal Dunn Talks Equal Pay, Zika Virus
Despite concerns over equal pay and the Zika virus, Washington Spirit forward Crystal Dunn says she'll have one thing on her mind in Rio -- bringing back gold for the U.S.
Michael Phelps: Reflections On The Gold Standard
Michael Phelps heads to the Summer Olympics as the most decorated Olympian of all time, but what drives him today is his newfound sense of self outside the water.
Baltimoreans Should Pause To Enjoy Michael Phelps One More Time
Glenn Clark says it's unlikely there will be another Olympics in which the majority of the attention will be paid to an athlete from Baltimore, and fans should enjoy it.
The 15: Things To Watch During The Summer Olympics
Glenn Clark takes a look at 15 things you should watch during the Summer Olympics, including the North Baltimore Aquatic Club swimmers and handball.
Q&A: Baltimore Native And U.S. Olympic Basketball Player Angel McCoughtry
As Baltimore native Angel McCoughtry prepares for her second Olympics, the four-time WNBA All-Star talks about the lasting influence of St. Frances coach Jerome Shelton and more.
Q&A: Olympic Wrestler Helen Maroulis' High School Coach, Max Sartoph
Max Sartoph, who coached Olympian Helen Maroulis in high school, says it was always Maroulis' goal to make it to the Olympics and he'll be in the stands in Rio to cheer her on.