Here are links to some of Peggy’s articles.
Tommie Smith to Accept Hall of Fame Honor for his 24-Year-Old Self, TeamUSA.org, October 2019.
Cycling Domination: Chloe Dygert Own is Aiming to Make History in Both Road and Track Cycling, TeamUSA.org, September 2019.
Mikaela Shiffrin Reveals the 2018 Achievement She Is Most Proud Of & Her Goals For 2019 TeamUSA.org, January 2019.
“Kikkan Randall & Jessie Diggins Win Team USA’s First Olympic Medal in Cross-Country Skiing–And It’s Gold!” TeamUSA.org, February 2018.
“Meet Ethelda Bleibtrey, America’s First Female Swimming Gold Medalist,” TeamUSA.org, March 2017.
“Can These 23 Athletes Make Their 4th, 5th, and Even 6th Olympics in 2018?” TeamUSA.org, February 2017.
“6 Reasons Mikaela Shiffrin Is So Fast,” TeamUSA.org, December 2015.
“Billy Mills: Wings of an Eagle,” TeamUSA.org, October 2014.
“Ivy League Olympians: A Rich History of Academia and Athleticism,” TeamUSA.org, September 2014.
“Ready for Rio: The Fourth Place Finishers,” TeamUSA.org, August 2014.
“Mile Record Holder on Track with Triathlon,” TeamUSA.org, July 2014.
“Natalie Coughlin is Sprinting to Rio,” TeamUSA.org, June 2013.
“Go for the Gold: Kikkan Randall,” TeamUSA.org, April 2013.
“Oh Canada!,” TeamUSA.org, December 2012.
“Elite training helps Caldwell,” Valley News, December 2012.
“With Help, Towns Rebuild,” Wall Street Journal, September 2011.
“Lake Bomoseen,” Vermont Life, summer 2011.
“A New-found-land of skiing,” originally published on MSNBC.com in March 2008, now on NBCNews.com.
“Snow Bowl tackles global warming head-on,” Boston Globe, March 2007.
“Rutland’s Halloween tradition is a treat,” Boston Globe, October 2006.
Coverage samples from the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on TeamUSA.org
- Aug. 6: 3 Medals for TeamUSA on First Night of Swimming in Rio
- Aug. 7: #MommaOnAMission Dana Vollmer Wins Bronze in 100 Fly
- Aug. 8: Murphy, Plummer Keep USA’s Backstroke Tradition Alive in Rio
- Aug. 9: Michael Phelps Gold Rush Continues
- Aug. 10: At 42, Kristin Armstrong Wins Third Straight Olympic Gold in Time Trial
- Aug. 11: Manuel First African American Female Swimmer to Win Individual Medal
- Aug. 12: Katie Ledecky Defends 800 Free Title, Shatters Own World Record
- Aug. 12: Maya DiRado Wins Backstroke for Third Individual Medal in Rio
- Aug. 13: DominEIGHT: USA Women Row to Third Consecutive Olympic Gold
- Aug. 14: Matt Kuchar Wins TeamUSA’s First Olympic Golf Medal Since 1904
- Aug. 16: Silver Queen in Omnium: Sarah Hammer Wins 4th Olympic Medal
- Aug. 17: Kerri Walsh Jennings & April Ross Battle to Beach Volleyball Bronze
- Aug. 18: Helen Maroulis Wins USA’s Historic First Women’s Wrestling Gold
- Aug. 20: Gwen Jorgensen Runs to Team USA’s First Triathlon Olympic Gold
- Aug. 21: Claressa Shields Wins Back-to-Back Olympic Golds in Boxing
Coverage of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games on TeamUSA.org
- Feb. 7: Opening Ceremony: Russia’s Dream
- Feb. 8: Bittersweet Bronze for Kearney
- Feb. 9: Miller Misses Medal
- Feb. 10: Super Jules is Third in Super Combined
- Feb. 11: Hamlin Wins First Singles Luge Medal for Team USA
- Feb. 12: Kaitlyn Farrington “Cowgirls Up” for Gold
- Feb. 13: Lowell Bailey Scores Best Olympic Finish by U.S. Biathlete
- Feb. 14: No Medal for Miller or Ligety in Super Combined
- Feb. 15: Cross Country Women Race to Best-Ever Olympic Relay Finish
- Feb. 16: Andrew Weibrecht Wins Emotional Silver, Miller Bronze in Super-G
- Feb. 17: Holcomb and Langton End 62-Year Medal Drought
- Feb. 18: Demong Unable to Defend 2010 Gold
- Feb. 19: Ted Ligety Dominates for Gold in Olympic Giant Slalom
- Feb. 20: Maddie Bowman Golden in Halfpipe Skiing’s Olympic Debut
- Feb. 21: Mikaela Shiffrin Becomes Youngest Women’s Olympic Slalom Champion
- Feb. 22: Men’s Slalom Does Not Overshadow U.S. Alpine Team’s Success
- Feb. 23: USA-1 Wins Four-Man Bobsled Bronze
Coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games on TeamUSA.org
- July 27: Michelle Obama in Awe Meeting U.S. Olympians
- July 28: A Band of Brothers (U.S. men’s archery, silver medal, team event).
- July 29: Redemption for Hansen (Brendan Hansen, bronze, 100m breaststroke).
- July 30: Missy Franklin: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Missy Franklin wins her first gold medal, 100m backstroke).
- July 31: Fab Five Indeed (U.S. women’s gymnastics team of Gabby Douglas, Aly Raisman, Jordyn Wieber, Kyla Ross, McKayla Maroney, gold medal, team event).
- August 1: Gold Medal Mom (Kristin Armstrong, gold medal, time trial, cycling).
- August 2: A Great Eight (women’s 8, gold medal, rowing).
- August 3: Team USA’s Youngest Olympian Wins Gold (Katie Ledecky, gold medal in 800m free, swimming).
- August 4: Groff: Oh So Close (Sarah Groff, 4th in triathlon) and The Pursuit of Gold Yields Silver (U.S. women’s pursuit team, silver medal in track cycling).
- August 5: Williams Sisters: Thrice is Nice (Serena and Venus Williams, gold in women’s doubles).
- August 6: Jimmy Watkins is a “Hot Shot” Sprinter (track cyclist Jimmy Watkins) and A Suhr Gold (Jenn Suhr, gold medal in pole vault).
- August 7: Second Silver for Hammer (Sarah Hammer, silver in women’s pursuit — track cycling).
- August 8: A Night of Champions (track & field: Brittney Reese, gold in long jump; Janay DeLoach, bronze in long jump; Allyson Felix, gold in 200m; Carmelita Jeter, bronze in 200m; Lashinda Demus, silver in 400m hurdles; Aries Merritt, gold in 110m hurdles; and Jason Richardson, silver in 110m hurdles).
- August 9: Redemption for U.S. Women’s Soccer (gold medal match vs. Japan)
- August 10: BMX: A Learning Experience
- August 11: Bronze for Gould (Georgia Gould, bronze medal, mountain biking).
- August 12: Closing Ceremony: All the World’s a Stage