Area figure skater Joshua Farris out with concussion

By: Joe Paisley

Colorado Springs-based men’s figure skater Joshua Farris, the 2015 U.S. bronze medalist, will not compete at his scheduled 2015 Grand Prix Series events, Skate Canada and NHK Trophy.

Farris is recovering...

Drumming up national support for LA 2024 Summer Games bid a focus at annual Olympics and Paralympics Assembly


California was on the minds of those at the annual U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Assembly and it wasn't just from hearing Beach Boys tunes in the background.

The assembly, which featured about 400...

Officials: U.S. Olympic agreement with Colorado Springs has been good for both sides


Paul Ruggeri has everything he needs in one place at the Olympic Training Center.

The 26-year-old gymnast, who is preparing to compete for the United States in the World Championships, can live for free,...

Burroughs says win puts him among wrestling's elite


LAS VEGAS - It has been a challenging year for Jordan Burroughs. The new husband and father admits he struggles balancing family life and wrestling.

He feared that he could not remain atop his weight class...

Live updates: World Wrestling Championships in Las Vegas

By: The Gazette

Gazette sports reporter Joe Paisley is in Las Vegas this week covering the World Wrestling Championships. Scroll down to see his tweets from the event.

Here's Paisley's coverage:

- Colorado Springs...

Coronado grad Snyder sets record by winning worlds gold at age 19

By: joe paisley

LAS VEGAS - Coronado High School graduate Kyle Snyder plans to be a force in international competition for years to come. His time at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center is a big reason why he has already...

Ramsey: American Olympic athletes jump into Rio's dirty waters


Katie Zaferes heard frightening tales about Rio de Janeiro's water. Heard about fecal matter and nasty bacteria. Heard about the danger of illness.

She ignored the disturbing tales. On Aug. 2, she dived into...

Olympic Training Center resident Adeline Gray makes history at wrestling world championships

By: The Associated Press

LAS VEGAS - Adeline Gray made history and she is only getting started.

The Denver native and Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center resident became the first American woman to win back-to-back world...