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Ex-USA Gymnastics doctor to stand trial on sex assault charges
Larry Nassar was a doctor at Michigan State and USA Gymnastics until last year.
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PyeongChang 2018 still hopes for NHL players despite no Olympic break
Alex Ovechkin's Capitals play six times during the Olympic hockey tournament.
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Paris 2024 holds 100m race on Seine River for Olympic Day
An Olympic champion took part in the race.
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Stephanie Garcia faceplants on water jump, advances at USAs (video)
"It's like when you have that nightmare that you're going to school and you forgot your homework or you're only wearing your underwear."
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Galen Rupp’s streak ends at USATF Outdoor Champs
An Olympic medalist also failed to make a U.S. team for worlds for the first time in more than a decade.
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Gabriele Grunewald races at USATF Outdoors between chemo (video)
"Running is getting harder for me, there's no way around it."
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Paralympian Blake Leeper advances in 400m at USATF Outdoors (video)
Leeper shattered his personal best in his first race since a cocaine ban.
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Mead wins men's 10,000m final; Rupp takes fifth
Hassan Mead brought home the win in the men's 10,000m final while Galen Rupp came in fifth in the event.
Molly Huddle wins women's 10,000m final
Molly Huddle cruised to victory in the 10,000m final at the USATF Outdoor Championships.
Grunewald runs in 1500m first round heat
Cancer survivor Gabriele Grunewald took ninth place in her 1500m heat at the USATF Outdoor Championships.
Blake Leeper takes third in 400m heat
Paralympic medalist Blake Leeper took third place in his 400m heat at the USATF Outdoor Championships.
Alysia Montano races pregnant again at USATF Outdoor Championships (video)
She went 10 seconds faster than three years ago, when she raced eight months pregnant.
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Tyson Gay, Trayvon Bromell eliminated in 100m heats at USATF Outdoors
The other favorites all advanced to the semifinals in the men's and women's 100m.
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Bromell fails to qualify for semifinal in 100m
Trayvon Bromell barely finished in 3rd in his 100m heat and failed to qualify for the semifinals.
Justin Gatlin wins first round 100m heat
Justin Gatlin earned the victory in his first round 100m heat at the USATF Outdoor Championships.
Tyson Gay finishes third in first round 100m heat
Tyson Gay was eliminated from the 100m event at the USATF Outdoor Championships after coming in third in his 100m heat.
Allyson Felix takes second in 100m heat
Allyson Felix finished in second place in her first round heat for the 100m race.
Alysia Montano competes in 800m while pregnant
Alysia Montaño races in the 800m heat while several months pregnant.
Lilly King to be less vocal on Yuliya Efimova topic this summer
King may need to break a world record to beat the Russian at worlds.
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Tyson Gay keeps sprinting in memory of 15-year-old daughter
“I’ve been through every major upset and every major stresser that life can give you."
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USA Swimming National Championships broadcast schedule
NBC Sports will air live finals coverage all five nights.
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Michael Jordan Olympic jersey sells for believed record price
Another NBA legend held the previous record.
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Jeremy Abbott retires from figure skating
Abbott's career included major success nationally but Olympic disappointment.
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New U.S. men’s sprint stars emerge after Olympics
The fastest U.S. men in the 100m, 200m and 400m this year? None raced individually in Rio.
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Double amputee Blake Leeper entered in USATF Outdoor Championships
It will be his first race since the end of a suspension.
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IOC president to meet Donald Trump, talk Olympic bid
Donald Trump and Thomas Bach have only previously spoken by phone.
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India Olympic body eyes bid for 2032 Games
India has never been an Olympic bid finalist.
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U.S. medal upgrade likely after another Russian doping ban
It would be a first individual medal for a veteran U.S. Olympic runner.
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Watch world’s oldest gymnast compete at age 91
"Maybe the day I stop doing gymnastics is the day I die."
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Austria looks into multi-country 2026 Winter Olympic bid
A city mayor is optimistic about being able to host the Winter Games.
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Last Soviet goalie to win Olympic gold, first to play in NHL, dies at 58
He played for one of the worst teams in NHL history.
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Tony DiCicco, coach of historic U.S. women’s soccer teams, dies at 68
Read tributes from his star players.
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Ato Boldon to bring fresh eyes to NASCAR
Ato Boldon likes speed. And cars. NASCAR? Well, the four-time Olympic medalist is about to find out.
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Longtime Olympic volleyball coach Marv Dunphy announces retirement
He guided the U.S. men to the gold medal at the 1988 Olympics
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Horton retires after ‘Ninja Warrior’ appearance
"It was a matter of my body telling me that we need to be done."
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South Koreans identify preferred PyeongChang Olympic athletes, sports
Figure skating is ranked high, but it's not No. 1.
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Five men’s events to watch at USATF Outdoor Championships
A new sprint era may be dawning.
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Women’s events to watch at USATF Outdoor Championships
Allyson Felix has a bye onto the worlds team in one event and will race two others in Sacramento.
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Ajee Wilson loses American record after positive test; no ban
Multiple factors led to a USADA decision not to suspend the Olympian.
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Alysia Montano to race pregnant again at U.S. Championships
The 800m runner is six months pregnant.
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USATF Outdoor Championships broadcast schedule
How to watch on NBC, NBCSN and NBC Sports Gold.
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Andre De Grasse wins 100m with wind-aided time of 9.69 at Stockholm Diamond League
De Grasse would have broken the Canadian record if the winds had not been well over the legal limit of 2.0.
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Diamond League: Men's 100m in Stockholm
Andre De Grasse put up the third-fastest 100m time in history with a 9.69 in Stockholm.
Gabriele Grunewald accepted into U.S. Champs, racing amid chemotherapy
Grunewald is battling cancer for the fourth time in eight years.
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Stockholm Diamond League preview, broadcast schedule
Andre De Grasse and Asbel Kiprop are the headliners.
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McDonald’s ends longtime Olympic sponsorship 3 years early
McDonald's decided to leave three years before their deal runs out.
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Michael Phelps takes on great white on Shark Week
"Phelps vs. Shark: Great Gold vs. Great White" will kick off Shark Week.
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Olympic Channel launches July 15 with world championships coverage
Year-round Olympic programming will start with the summer's biggest events.
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Olympic medalist loses wig on long jump (video)
Her hair came off upon landing in the sand pit.
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16-year-old runs 3:56 mile; Oslo recap
Caster Semenya and Andre De Grasse also won.
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Semenya: Weather made Oslo win difficult
Caster Semenya admits her Oslo win in the 2017 Diamond League was tougher than expected due to the weather.
Caster Semenya wins 800m in Oslo
Caster Semenya continues her dominance as she won the 800m race at Oslo in the Diamond League.
Andre de Grasse wins 100m in Bislett Games
Canadian sprinter Andre de Grasse recorded another Diamond League win, posting a season-best time of 10.01 seconds at the 100m to take first at the Bislett Games.
U.S. volleyball player goes head-first into barrier for save (video)
The U.S. won the point as Iranian players stood dumbfounded.
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Blessing Okagbare loses wig during long jump
Blessing Okagbare hilariously loses her wig after landing her long jump.
Michael Phelps has strong feelings about new Olympic swimming events
"It's not swimming anymore. We've had this event schedule for so long, and now we're just going to pick and choose what events we want?"
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Rio Olympics cost $13.1 billion
An analysis by The Associated Press shows that the cost of putting on the Rio Olympics was $13.1 billion.
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Kelly Clark hopes to add one more Olympic bib to historic wall
Clark couldn't walk a year ago. Now, she's an Olympic medal favorite at age 33.
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Laurie Hernandez sets return to gymnastics training
Hernandez hasn't competed since earning two medals in Rio.
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Watch trailer for Ted Turner documentary ‘Courageous’ on America’s Cup
Courageous: Ted Turner and the 1977 America's Cup follows the media mogul's journey through the sailing world.
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Russian gymnast Aliya Mustafina gives birth to daughter
Mustafina is expected to return to competition.
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Hein Verbruggen, cycling chief during Lance Armstrong era, dies
Verbruggen often confronted the scourge of doping and was perceived as being too close to Lance Armstrong.
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Steven Holcomb had pills, alcohol in system at death
An initial autopsy last month showed that fluid in Holcomb’s lungs was a significant factor in his death.
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Most decorated Olympic basketball player sells gold medal
Also, two Olympic golf medals are in the same auction.
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Oslo Diamond League preview, broadcast schedule
Caster Semenya is looking beatable.
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Watch trailer for Usain Bolt in Pro Evolution Soccer video game
Bolt was previously in a popular mobile-device video game.
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Marvin Bracy to miss U.S. Track and Field Championships
Bracy made the Olympics, then tried out for an NFL team.
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Sue Bird keeps Team USA door open, too
Bird echoed Diana Taurasi's thoughts on going for a fifth Olympics.
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Missy Franklin to miss U.S., world championships
Franklin is in the longest break from competition in her career.
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Breanna Stewart wants to play 5-on-5 and 3-on-3 in Tokyo
Several WNBA stars have played in 3-on-3 world championships.
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Atlanta Braves’ ‘The Freeze’ identified as U.S. sprinter
Watch The Freeze in action at the U.S. Championships from 2013.
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LeBron James uninterested in Olympic 3-on-3, picks Dream Team anyway
NBA players likely will not stray from 5-on-5 in Tokyo anyway.
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Elisabeth Goergl, world champion Alpine skier, retires with age record
Lindsey Vonn can break that record this season.
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April Ross discusses playing without Kerri Walsh Jennings
Ross is now partnered with Lauren Fendrick after splitting with Kerri Walsh Jennings
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Captain Madison Hughes reflects on best-ever season for U.S. rugby
Hughes called teammate Perry Baker “the best rugby sevens player in the world this year”
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Jordan Burroughs suffers first U.S. loss since 2009 at world trials
One of the greatest NCAA wrestlers in history finally took down Burroughs, but the gold medalist rallied.
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Michael Jordan’s Olympic shoes auction for record price
They went for way more money than his "flu game" shoes.
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Watch Usain Bolt win last race in Jamaica after red-carpet intro
Bolt's time was not impressive.
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After stars’ worry, Olympic golf to stay
The 2024 Olympic golf tournaments will be played at a familiar venue to the sport's ardent fans.
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IOC pushes plan to award 2024, 2028 Olympics to LA, Paris
The U.S. would end one of its longest droughts between hosting Olympics.
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Olympic taekwondo star accused of sexual abuse, report says
A newspaper is reporting that two brothers under investigation for sexual misconduct were allowed to take part in the Rio Olympics.
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Mary Keitany, Tatyana McFadden to defend NYC Marathon titles
Keitany and McFadden are the second and third headline commitments to the NYC Marathon.
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Aries Merritt wins first Diamond League race since kidney transplant
Rome was the first of three Diamond League meets in an 11-day span.
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Obiri wins women's 5000m, sets world leading mark
Hellen Obiri of Kenya wins the women's 5000m in Rome and sets the new world leading mark.
Andre De Grasse wins 200m in Rome
Andre De Grasse from Canada wins the 200m by edging Christophe Lemaitre of France in Rome.
Aries Merritt wants more after 'solid' hurdles win
Aries Merritt was happy with his 110m hurdles win but admits he could do better after a lengthy layoff from his kidney transplant surgery.
USA's Aries Merritt wins 110m hurdles race
American track runner Aries Merritt won the 110m hurdles in 13.13 seconds in an impressive return from his 2015 kidney transplant surgery.
Katie Ledecky, Chase Kalisz top U.S. swim rankings as nationals near
A changing of the guard is afoot in the post-Olympic year.
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Ryan Lochte tearfully welcomes baby boy
No Olympian has had the unique name of Lochte's child.
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Watch Christian Coleman smash NCAA 100m record
Usain Bolt and the sprint world have been put on notice.
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L.A., Paris Olympic bids await meeting on 2024-2028 hosting
New medal events, including 3-on-3 basketball, could be added as well.
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Australian Olympic swimmer banned 12 months
A more accomplished swimmer is still awaiting a fate for the same violation.
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Kerri Walsh Jennings in world champs field with new partner
Walsh Jennings and Nicole Branagh are the fourth-ranked U.S. pair.
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Andre De Grasse ready to overtake Usain Bolt this summer
The Canadian races in Rome on Thursday, live on NBCSN and NBC Sports Gold.
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Japanese legends to miss world wrestling championships
No showdown between the first U.S. Olympic champion and the greatest Olympic wrestler ever.
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Apolo Ohno talks Spartan Challenge, 2018 Olympics in Q&A
Ohno says he's feeling the itch to climb another athletic mountain again soon, inspired by his latest TV venture.
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Katie Ledecky-Sarah Sjostrom rematch at worlds not in the cards
Without the Swede, who is Ledecky's biggest threat in Budapest?
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Sanya Richards-Ross reveals abortion before Beijing Olympics
"I literally don't know another female track athlete who hasn't had an abortion."
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Dan Patrick Show: Usain Bolt could create successful fantasy camp
Bolt has a history of "racing" celebrities.
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Rome Diamond League preview, broadcast schedule
Andre De Grasse in a rematch of Rio Olympic medalists headlines the action.
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Ryan Lochte had suicidal thoughts after Rio Olympics
"I was about to hang up my entire life."
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Usain Bolt separated from top challengers at final Jamaican meet
Bolt will race against the man responsible for him losing an Olympic gold medal.
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Usain Bolt needed time away after friend’s death
"I wasn't ready to even train for two weeks, or two and a half weeks. I had to take off and just try to collect myself."
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Diana Taurasi wants to keep playing for Team USA, with Sue Bird
Taurasi took a page out of her old coach's book when asked about Bird.
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Olympic track silver medalist accused of sexual offense against minor
Danny Harris earned silver in the 1984 Olympic 400m hurdles.
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Lindsey Vonn racing men ‘a very difficult topic,’ Alpine boss says
"If the ladies are allowed to race with the men, then also the men need to be authorized to ski with the ladies."
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Harriette Thompson becomes oldest woman to finish half marathon
"The whole experience was enjoyable except for the potholes."
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Katie Ledecky wins 200 free in world’s fastest time
Defending Olympic champion Katie Ledecky won the 200-meter freestyle in the world's fastest time this year at the Pro Swim Series meet.
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Ex-spy says NSA did mass surveillance during Salt Lake City Olympics
"Officials in the NSA and FBI viewed the Salt Lake Olympics Field Op as a golden opportunity."
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2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games: Men's 400m hurdles
Michael Stigler and Michael Tinsley of the U.S. finish first and second in the men's 400m hurdles at the 2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games.
2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games: Youth Boys 100m
Gregory Bellegrade wins the Youth Boys 100m race at the 2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games.
2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games: Youth Girls 100m
Avery Hart wins the Youth Girls 200m race at the 2017 Adidas Booston Boston Games.
2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games: Youth Boys 800m
Jason Dibble wins the Youth Boys 800m race at the 2017 Adidas Booston Boston Games.
2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games: Youth Girls 800m
Lily Borin wins the youth girls 800m race at the 2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games.
Adidas Boost Games: Boys distance medley relay
Marshfield High School out of Massachusetts takes away the win in the boys distance medley relay.
Adidas Boost Games: Girls distance medley relay
Lincoln-Sudbury wins the girls distance medley relay at the 2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games.
2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games: Boys' 400m
Braedon Longfritz uses his size to his advantage to take the Boys' 400m in a time of 54.79.
2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games: Girls 400m
Amelia Walters does a good job pacing the race to win the Girls' 400m in the 2017 Adidas Boost Boston Games in a time of 1:01.65.
Simone Biles receives written marriage proposal with ring
Biles posted a photo of the proposal on Snapchat.
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Carmelita Jeter’s busy summer will not include racing at U.S. Championships
Jeter has the second-fastest women's 100m of all time.
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Ryan Lochte: It’s crazy I got punished more than other athletes
"You have incidents where other athletes are beating women or driving recklessly and could kill people, yet what I did was blown up way more."
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Justin Gatlin not convinced Usain Bolt will retire this summer
Gatlin, meanwhile, wants to become the oldest U.S. Olympic sprinter in history.
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3-on-3 basketball favored to be added to Olympics next week
A full list of 2020 Tokyo Olympics medal events will be finalized by the IOC executive board next week.
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Katie Ledecky wins race by 37 seconds
It's shaping up to be another Ledecky Slam year.
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L.A. mayor ponders 2028 Olympics
There has been talk of a double vote for the 2024 and 2028 Olympics.
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Joss Christensen must battle back from major injury
"I know that a lot of the other skiers are probably counting me out right now."
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Michael Phelps eyes World Series of Poker Main Event
Phelps sees "a chance to add a little more hardware to my collection."
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USA Swimming names new president
He has a history in swimming, among other sports.
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20 years ago today: The World’s Fastest Man race
Michael Johnson vs. Donovan Bailey.
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Katie Ledecky headlines final Pro Series meet before U.S. Champs
Ledecky races an event where she has broken the world record five of her last six attempts.
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NBC Sports home of USA Swimming through 2024
Event coverage will air on NBC, NBCSN and the recently announced Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA.
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Justin Gatlin: I’m still the man to beat at U.S. Championships
Gatlin has been much slower this season than in years past.
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Candace Parker unsure of 2020 Olympic run after Rio snub
Parker only just recently learned of the new U.S. women's head coach.
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‘Next Olympic Hopeful’ searches for new crossover Olympians
Who will follow the path of Herschel Walker and Nate Ebner?
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IAAF rejects 28 Russians for competition, approves 3
A total of 15 Russians have now been cleared to compete internationally as neutrals, while the IAAF has rejected 45 others.
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Alpine skiing considers cutting discipline from World Cup
It's an event where the U.S. has earned medals at the last four Olympics.
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Yevgenia Medvedeva competes on Japanese TV in anime series dress
Watch Medvedeva compete in various events off the ice.
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Mo Farah casts doubt on 2020 Olympics
Farah is moving from the track to road racing after this season, with an eye on marathons.
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Katie Ledecky issues invite to Bryce Harper during coming suspension
Harper has already been a medal rack for Ledecky and owns a piece of Ledecky-branded swimwear.
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NHL boss asked point-blank: ‘Is the 2018 Olympics dead?’
Gary Bettman was also asked about Beijing 2022 and Alex Ovechkin.
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Russian skiers stay suspended awaiting Olympic doping cases
Six Russian cross-country skiers will stay suspended until an IOC panel judges if they were part of a state-backed doping conspiracy at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
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Tori Bowie upsets Elaine Thompson; Gatlin, Felix struggle at Pre
Also, a 16-year-old broke four minutes in the mile.
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Tori Bowie wins 200m against decorated field
Tori Bowie beats a field of Rio Olympic medalists to take the women's 200m at the Nike Prefontaine Classic.
Ronnie Baker wins Men's 100m at Prefontaine
Rising U.S. track star Ronnie Baker wins the men's 100m, beating fellow American Justin Gatlin in the process.
Caster Semenya wins Women's 800m at Prefontaine
Caster Semenya makes a move in the backend to seal a close victory in the Women's 800m.
LaShawn Merritt hangs on for 400m win
LaShawn Merritt fends off competition from the outside to win the 400m at the Nike Prefontaine Classic.
Andre wins as Ingebrigtsen breaks 4:00 mile at 16
Thiago Andre wins the men's mile while 16-year-old Jakob Ingebrigtsen becomes the first person his age to race a mile in under four minutes.
Morolake Akinosun closes out for women's 100m win
Morolake Akinosun finishes strong to take a win in the 100m at the Nike Prefontaine Classic.
Taylor's monster triple jump gives him world lead
Christian Taylor flies to take the world lead in the triple jump at the Nike Prefontaine Classic.
McLeod races ahead for 110m hurdles win in Eugene
Omar McLeod separates from the field to win the 110m hurdles at the 2017 Nike Prefontaine Classic.
Jasmin Stowers takes the women's 100m hurdles
Jasmin Stowers turns the tables against the field and wins the women's hurdles at the Nike Prefontaine Classic.
Mo Farah wins 5000m at Prefontaine Classic
Mo Farah responded against a competitive field to win the 5000m at the 2017 Nike Prefontaine Classic.
Mo Farah on Oregon Project allegations: ‘I’m sick of it’
As he prepares for what could be his final track race on U.S. soil, Mo Farah remains dogged by doping allegations surrounding his team.
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Gabriele Grunewald races at Pre Classic with 13-inch reminder of cancer
Grunewald, who just missed the Olympics, has one goal before chemotherapy.
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Runner clocks second-fastest time ever … after stopping to fix shoe
Watch the Kenyan come back to beat the world-record holder.
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Chespol wins the 3000m steeple chase post-stop
Chespol stopped on the penultimate lap to fix her shoe, then came back to win the race in the second-fastest time ever and the fastest time ever in the United States.
Grunewald runs the 1500m with a scar post- surgery
After putting her cancer treatment on hold, Gabriele Grunewald runs the 1500m with a scar from surgery.
Diana Taurasi opens door for 2020 Olympics
"It would be probably the biggest accomplishment if I can make it to five Olympics."
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Julia Mancuso pushes past hip injury for final Olympic run
The four-time Olympic medalist can make history just getting to PyeongChang, but her spot is not a given.
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Grand Prix figure skating assignments announced
Where will Gracie Gold and Ashley Wagner be competing this fall?
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Aly Raisman calls out airport worker for ‘muscles’ comment
Raisman said a male airport security worker questioned whether she had enough muscles to be a gymnast.
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Joseph Schooling eyes Michael Phelps’ world record at world champs
It would require lowering his personal best significantly.
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House OKs bill requiring sports groups to report sex abuse
House members were angered by allegations that some members of USA Gymnastics were sexually abused.
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Bode Miller off U.S. ski roster, but has invitation to race
Bode Miller's name is no longer on the roster of the U.S. ski team, though the opportunity to race remains open for five-time Olympian.
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Andy Murray, Teddy Riner grapple atop Paris monument
They grappled nearly 400 feet above the streets.
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Alberto Salazar responds to USADA investigation reports
Salazar said the Nike Oregon Project has "nothing to hide."
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Kerri Walsh Jennings’ next partner is a familiar one
It's another Olympian.
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Catching up with Ross Powers
Powers won Olympic bronze in halfpipe's debut and gold four years later. He's still involved in snowboarding.
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Manchester Games with Olympic stars to be held after concert attack
A pop-up arena is constructed in the city center.
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Australian swim star to undergo heart surgery, miss world champs
An Australian TV station reported he has had three "attacks" this year.
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U.S. Olympians reveal they have defective Rio medals
More than 100 medals from the Rio Games have been deemed defective.
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U.S. stars face doubts at Pre Classic; broadcast schedule
The U.S. doesn't have a favorite in any sprint going into worlds in August.
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Kyle Snyder savors Russian Tank showdown
Snyder, a reigning Olympic, world and NCAA champion, calls him the world's best pound-for-pound wrestler.
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Lundqvist among singers at Sweden's title celebration
The 2015 Miss Sweden also shared a cool tribute on Instagram.
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Rio Olympic venues ‘white elephants,’ report says
Many medals awarded to Americans were also tarnished.
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar details passing on 1968 Olympics in new book
Abdul-Jabbar declined an invitation to try out for the Mexico City Olympic team.
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Runner Gabriele Grunewald delays chemo for U.S. Championships
In 2009, Grunewald was diagnosed with adenoid cystic carcinoma.
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Oksana Chusovitina jokes about retirement in gymnastics hall of fame speech
Chusovitina was inducted with three other famous Olympic gymnasts, two younger than her.
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Olympic medalists headline U.S. roster for diving worlds
A 14-year-old missed the team on the platform by .05 of a point.
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Russia’s Paralympic ban extended as IPC eyes PyeongChang
Russia faces a "strong chance" of missing PyeongChang if it doesn't meet a soft deadline.
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Berlin Olympic Stadium may stop holding track and field events
A new plan calls for a major stadium change.
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Sweden crowned world champs after shootout
It was the first title for the Swedes since 2013
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April Ross wins first tournament since splitting with Kerri Walsh Jennings
Ross had not won a tournament without Walsh Jennings since 2015
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U.S. rugby concludes best-ever season
Perry Baker became the first U.S. player to lead the Rugby World Series in tries
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Justin Gatlin wins despite running slowest 100m since 2010
Justin Gatlin clocked 10.28 seconds to win a 100m on Sunday
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Michael Phelps joins gold medalists in swim race, but no comeback
Phelps swam against an old Australian rival.
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Olympic 100m champion from 2004 retires
The most surprising Olympic 100m champion in a very long time.
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Canada rallies past Russia, keeps three-peat bid alive at worlds
The Canadians overcame a 2-0 deficit in the third period with NHL stars finding the net.
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Michael Jordan Olympic jersey up for auction
Of all of Michael Jordan's Olympic jerseys, this might be the rarest.
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Caitlyn Jenner felt ‘neither confident nor attractive’ after Olympic triumph
Read an excerpt from Caitlyn Jenner’s new book “The Secrets of My Life."
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Some Rio Olympic medals falling apart
A spokesperson's statement indicates dozens of medals are defective.
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North Korean athletes can cross DMZ for PyeongChang
Officials from multiple organizations are in talks for North Korea to participate next year.
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Watch Matthew Centrowitz outkick Mo Farah for 1500m win
Farah told Centrowitz some strategy before the race, which helped Centrowitz beat him.
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IOC to discuss awarding Olympics to both L.A., Paris
A double vote would not be unprecedented.
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2017 USATF Distance Classic: Men's 5000m Heat 1
Shadrack Kipchirchir wins Heat 1 of the men's 1500m at the 2017 USATF Distance Classic.