Stories with the Tag: Olympics

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Top 10 Facts about Women athletes at the Olympic Winter Games.

From their inception, the 1924 Winter Games allowed women to solely compete in figure skating.
Today, some of the youngest entries are from women breaking boundaries and showcasing indisputable skill and natural talent. Discover the names and faces pushing conventions then and now.

IMAGO / SNA | Sturla Holm Lægreid of Norway and Germany’s Erik Lesser compete during the men's 4x7,5 km relay at the Biathlon World Cup in Östersund, Sweden on December 4, 2021

Beijing 2022: Ones to Watch.

From young prodigies to returning champions, take a look at some of the teams and athletes to watch this year.


2021 Year in Review – The Best Of.

This is the IMAGO 2021 Year In Review. Made up of visual highlights and defining moments from the past 12 months, we showcase the year’s inspiring stories, untold moments and captivating movements for change from exciting international photographers.

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La Liga: All Time Top Five.

Narrowing it down to five is never easy but sports columnist, Sofia Bergmann has managed to. As part of an exciting, upcoming editorial project – take a sneak peak with this article from our writer and La Liga enthusiast.


Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Highlights.

With a continuous momentum in new world records set during this year’s Paralympic Games, this year’s Games is breaking records in more ways than one. Officially the most inclusive sports event in history, Tokyo Paralympics also announced that it had the biggest number of female competitors in its history.



IMAGO Weekend Roundup. As the last weekend of August comes to an end, the US approaches their final withdrawal deadline in Afghanistan.

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IMAGO Weekend Roundup. As the Olympics continue, athletic events get underway in Tokyo as medal winners continue to surprise crowds. Wildfires blaze across southern Europe, protests erupt in European cities and COVID takes back control of China, Tokyo and elsewhere.