Sha'Carri Richardson is back on top as one of the fastest women in the world after winning the 100m at the Diamond League. “I’m not back, I’m better," she said after dominating in Doha, Qatar.

Ultimately the Court of Arbitration for Sports allowed Valieva to compete because of her age, making her a "protected person" by the definition of the World Anti-Doping Agency.

Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt says the young track & field star should let her feet do the talking instead of her mouth, especially when betting against the proud people in his home country.

Billed as a match-up between the viral track star and Team Jamaica, Richardson didn't finish in the top 5.

The Richardson and ESPN controversies were just two of the many-layered stories that emerged in the world of sports this week, where Black women are routinely targeted for their flair, athleticism, and ability.

In the midst of the controversy stemming from Sha'Carri Richardson's month-long suspension from the Tokyo games, an Australian journalist decided to log onto Beyonce's internet and spew lies, falsehoods, and fallacies.

The Olympics hasn't even started yet, and its anti-blackness is on full display.

The triumphant track star who won over hearts with her poise and athletic ability has been suspended from the Olympic team for one month after testing positive for marijuana.