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Airbnb is sponsoring the Olympics until 2028 for a reported $500 million

The deal comes in time for next year's Tokyo 2020 games, and will cover four more games in Beijing, Paris, Milan, and LA.

Lee Chong Wei is retiring and plans to go on a long-overdue honeymoon with his wife, whom he has been with for 18 years

The three-time Olympic silver medalist ended his 19 year career, and said that he wanted to play a role of a father for a long time.

Lee Chong Wei, Malaysia’s top badminton player, missed two major sporting events due to nose cancer – here’s what we know

Rumors online that Malaysian badminton star Lee Chong Wei was suffering from cancer were recently confirmed by the country's Badminton Association.

A Dubai-based retailer is reportedly gearing up to build the world’s largest indoor ski resort in China

China's most populated city is about to get the world's largest indoor ski resort. The one million square-foot project is slated to have three different ski slopes while also offering 25 non-skiing activities.
Everything you need to know about the next Olympic games.

Here’s when and where the next Olympics will take place

Tokyo will host the Summer Olympics in 2020, and Beijing will host the next Winter Olympics in 2022.
The 2018 Winter Olympics comes to an end this week.

Here’s what time the 2018 Winter Olympics closing ceremony starts where you live

Wondering what time the 2018 Olympic Games closing ceremony starts? Here's a global rundown for the event, which starts on Sunday February 25.

2 Russian figure skaters are embroiled in the greatest rivalry since Nancy and Tonya — and they’re poised to take gold and silver at the O...

Figure skating rivals Evgenia Medvedeva and Alina Zagitova were cleared to compete as neutral athletes after Russia was banned from the Winter Olympics.

Here’s what time the 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony will start where you live

Wondering what time the 2018 Olympic Games opening ceremony starts? Here's everything you need to know.

Uniforms in the Winter Olympics are using weird psychological tactics — including the color blue — to give athletes an edge

Some Olympic teams at the Pyeongchang Games are abandoning traditional colors in favor of those that are considered "faster."