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Russians stripped of Sochi Olympic skeleton medals; Uhlaender in line for bronze
They've been DQed from the Olympics for life.
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Ex-USA Gymnastics doctor pleads guilty to sexual assault
Three members of the 2012 U.S. Olympic team said they were abused by him.
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Gabby Douglas: ‘We were abused by Larry Nassar’
Read Douglas' full post.
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Jason Day ‘definitely’ wants to play 2020 Olympics
The Aussie skipped golf's return to the Olympics in Rio.
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Indian police probe Maria Sharapova housing fraud case
Sharapova isn’t the only international sports celebrity that the real estate firm roped in.
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Ex-USA Gymnastics doctor faces at least 25 years in prison
Olympians Aly Raisman and McKayla Maroney are among the women who have publicly said they were among Nassar’s victims.
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Nathan Chen, Ashley Wagner headline Skate America; preview, TV schedule
Scenarios for Grand Prix spots and U.S. Olympic races.
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Yevgenia Medvedeva sidelined by foot injury, in cast
She will await a doctor ruling on whether she can compete at her next event.
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‘I’m getting closer to Ledecky,’ new teen swim star says
Does Katie Ledecky finally have a distance rival?
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U.S. athletes qualified for PyeongChang Winter Olympics
The full list of athletes who have qualified for Team USA's roster.
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45-year-old speed skater eyes record 7th Olympics
Incredibly, she won a World Cup race on Sunday.
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Emma Coburn, Sam Kendricks win USATF Athlete of the Year awards
Only one other athlete in either of their events has won USATF Athlete of the Year.
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Jana Novotna, Wimbledon champ and Olympic medalist, dies at 49
She won Wimbledon in 1998.
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Houston Texans turn TD celebration into relay race (video)
The leadoff runner, a former NCAA sprinter, analyzed their performance after the win.
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Kobe Bryant tries to coax Michael Phelps to unretire (video)
Watch their back-and-forth at USA Swimming's award show.
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Katie Ledecky, Caeleb Dressel lead Golden Goggles winners
Michael Phelps made a special appearance, as did an NBA legend.
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U.S. Olympic curling team includes siblings
Becca Hamilton earned an Olympic berth, and then the real pressure was on her older brother.
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French skiers to start in Lake Louise after David Poisson’s death
Poisson died in a crash while training at the Canadian resort of Nakiska
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Shuster heading to PyeongChang Olympics
John Shuster led a team that beat Heath McCormick‘s squad for Shuster's fourth Olympics berth in curling.
John Shuster, 30 pounds lighter, rallies for 4th Olympic curling berth
Can he redeem for his failures in Vancouver and Sochi?
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Katie Ledecky wins race by 54 seconds, breaks record
Ledecky is just starting her sophomore season at Stanford.
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Nina Roth’s team wins Olympic Curling Trials despite gaffe (video)
Nobody on the team has competed at an Olympics.
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Javier Fernandez falls twice, still wins Grand Prix France (video)
A look at the Grand Prix Final picture with one qualifying event left.
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Shoma Uno has highest scoring free skate
Japan's Shoma Uno had the highest scoring free skate in Grand Prix France, but it wasn't enough to overtake Javier Fernandez's total score.
Fernandez overcomes falls to win Grand Prix France
Javier Fernandez fell twice in his free skate, but managed to win the Grand Prix France due the large lead he had built in the short program.
Roth defeats Sinclair to win Curling trials
Nina Roth defeated Jamie Sinclair, 7-6, to win the U.S. Olympic Curling trials and punch her team's ticket to PyeongChang.
Papadakis, Cizeron break ice dance world record (video)
The Olympic ice dance favorite is very much up for debate.
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Papadakis, Cizeron set ice dance world record
Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron, the 2015 and 2016 World champions, tallied 201.98 points to win Grand Prix France
‘Pocket Hercules,’ Olympic weightlifting legend, dies at 50
The incredible story of Naim Suleymanoglu.
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Alina Zagitova’s win ups pressure on Ashley Wagner for last GP Final spot
Wagner is essentially in must-win mode.
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Zagitova records third-highest free-skate score
Zagitova, the 15-year-old world junior champion, leaped from fifth after the short program to win in Grenoble.
Jamie Greubel Poser, husband get matching golds in Park City
Greubel Poser was not the only U.S. driver to make the podium.
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Gracie Gold to miss U.S. Championships, Olympics
Read Gold's statement about her continued leave from competition.
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Sinclair beats Roth at 2017-18 U.S. Olympic Trials
Jamie Sinclair does just enough to tie the series with Nina Roth and keep her Olympic hopes alive.
Japan's Uno falls during short program
Japan's Shoma Uno took second place following his short program in the Grand Prix of Figure Skating but fell during his routine.
Fernandez leads Grand Prix of France after short
Spain's Javier Fernandez struggled in his opening Grand Prix but rebounded in Grenoble, tallying a 107.86 in the short program to lead the Grand Prix of France.
Javier Fernandez rebounds to lead Grand Prix France (video)
The top-ranked skater in the world this season fell.
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Erin Hamlin nears end of historic U.S. luge career
The PyeongChang Olympics aren't the only thing on her mind going into what should be her last season.
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Kaetlyn Osmond leads Grand Prix France as co-favorite falls (video)
The lone American, an Olympian, is in ninth place.
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Kaetlyn Osmond leads after short program
Canadian Kaetlyn Osmond topped the Grand Prix France short program, moving closer to another Grand Prix Final berth.
Bradley Wiggins returns to competition in new sport
The eight-time Olympic medalist retired from cycling in December.
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IOC sets date, time to announce Russia Olympic decision
One panel is prosecuting Russian athletes who competed at Sochi. The other is studying if Russian state agencies were involved.
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Magnus Carlsen: Chess deserves Olympic priority over esports
Carlsen also recalls Olympic memories.
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Wallace Spearmon on partying with Usain Bolt
“Retired Bolt is out of control”
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Lolo Jones’ Olympic odyssey nears its end, bringing tears
“I’ve been America’s sweetheart in ’08. I was America’s fill-in in 2012. I don’t even know how to describe Sochi.”
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Nigeria women’s bobsled team nears historic Olympic berth
A Summer Olympian leads the team.
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U.S. Olympic curling trials men’s finals set; oldest athlete eliminated
The top two U.S. men's teams in world rankings will vie for one Olympic spot.
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Chef David Chang joins NBC Olympics as correspondent
The award-winning chef is a second generation Korean American.
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NBC to stream Winter Olympic record 1,800 hours of coverage
There will also be three digital-only shows.
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Russia Winter Olympic hopes damaged by WADA decision
Russia's fate will be decided at a key upcoming meeting.
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Justin Gatlin: I’m the world’s fastest man
“I think I’ve still got a good shot at running the fastest I’ve ever run”
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Roth beats Christensen at Curling Team Trials
Nina Roth picks up a 8-6 victory over Cory Christensen at the U.S. Olympic Curling Team Trials.
U.S. Olympic curling trials women’s finals set
The youngest team in the field was eliminated.
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Nesta Carter testifies in relay medal appeal; court sets verdict timing
Could Usain Bolt get his gold medal back?
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Russian stars will not defend Olympic pairs title
They last competed at the 2016 World Championships.
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Tara Lipinski, Johnny Weir lead NBC Olympic primetime figure skating team
Scott Hamilton also returns for a new daily show.
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Grand Prix of France figure skating preview, TV schedule
This week will further sort Olympic medal contenders.
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Another rival to potential 2026 U.S. Winter Olympic bid emerges
There is one confirmed bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics so far.
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It’s all about family as curling Hamiltons vie for Olympics
They're not the only siblings competing this week for Olympic berths.
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U.S. high jumper Chaunte Lowe wins 2008 Olympic bronze medal
Chaunte Lowe was upgraded nine years after her competition.
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Ashley Wagner’s pain not limited to Olympic years
The three-time U.S. champion recently detailed mental and physical struggles at the last two world championships.
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Mo Farah, Queen discuss his running career
Farah also said he will probably go for the 2020 Olympics under one condition.
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Aly Raisman’s advice from David Ortiz after pre-Olympic injury
Raisman suffered a serious injury eight months before the Rio Games.
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Yuna Kim: ‘It will be difficult’ to skate in Olympic exhibition gala
The South Korean megastar touched on a few topics while in New York City on Monday.
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Aly Raisman pens origins of ‘Fierce Five,’ ‘Final Five’ in book
What other team names were considered?
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Olympic champion to auction gold medal for Iran earthquake victims
An Instagram account with 129,000 followers detailed how to bid.
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French Olympic skier David Poisson dies after crash
Poisson won a bronze medal at the 2013 Worlds.
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Gary Bettman doesn’t see NHL players at 2022 Olympics
Bettman mentioned one condition under which the NHL could participate at a future Winter Games.
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Olympic Channel announces PyeongChang Olympic TV schedule
The channel will air 24/7 coverage of the PyeongChang Winter Games.
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Ibtihaj Muhammad gets her own Barbie doll
Check out images of the new doll.
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Diver slips, falls on springboard, crashes into water (video)
The Olympic bronze medalist joked about the moment afterward.
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U.S. men’s hockey team goes winless at pre-Olympic tournament
The U.S. outperformed all of its opponents in one statistical category, though.
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Adam Rippon shows off singing ability at Grand Prix exhibition
Rippon performed a Rihanna song in front of thousands of Japanese fans.
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Aly Raisman in new book: ‘Horrible memories’ with Larry Nassar
Raisman spent a large chunk of a chapter on the subject.
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U.S. breaks short track 5000m relay world record
Sunday's win also ended a three-year U.S. drought for World Cup victories in any men's or women's event.
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Christensen beats Sinclair at Curling Team Trials
Cory Christensen picks up a 7-6 victory over Jamie Sinclair at the U.S. Olympic Curling Team Trials on Sunday.
McCormick beats Birr at Curling Team Trials
Heath McCormick beat Todd Birr, 6-2, at the U.S. Olympic Curling Team Trials on Sunday.
U.S. beats Canada 5-1 to win third straight Four Nations Cup
Hannah Brandt scored twice in the second period as the U.S. women beat Canada 5-1.
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Roth defeats Christensen at Curling Team Trials
Nina Roth defeats Cory Christensen, 7-6, at U.S. Olympic Curling Team Trials on Sunday.
Felix Neureuther wins season-opening World Cup slalom
The German won the men’s World Cup slalom Sunday in Finland after first-run leader Dave Ryding skied out.
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Virtue and Moir win NHK Trophy to book GP Final spot
The three-time and reigning world champions won the ice dance event at the NHK Trophy.
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Virtue, Moir impress to move atop standings
Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir completed a near perfect free dance at the NHK Trophy to separate themselves atop the ice dance standings.
Sinclair defeats Roth at Olympic Curling Trials
Jamie Sinclair took down Nina Roth at the U.S. Olympic Curling Team Trials on Saturday, 9-8.
Shuster defeats Clark at Olympic Curling Trials
John Shuster defeats Brady Clark, 7-6, at the 2017-18 U.S. Olympic Curling Team Trials.
Mikaela Shiffrin beaten in first slalom of Olympic season (video)
The Olympic champion acknowledged she has a rival in the slalom.
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Bobsledder ejected in World Cup crash (video)
A British sled finished the race with just one man inside.
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Vlhova beats Shiffrin in first slalom of season
Slovakian ski star Petra Vlhova edged defending World Cup champion Mikaela Shiffrin on the first slalom of the season.
Shiffrin finishes second in first slalom of season
Mikaela Shiffrin finishes one-tenth of a second behind Slovakia's Petra Vlhova in the first slalom of the 2017-18 FIS World Cup season.
Sergei Voronov seals first to win NHK Trophy
Russian figure skater Sergei Voronov tallied 271.12 points to finish first and seal the NHK Trophy.
Adam Rippon gets second at NHK trophy
American star Adam Rippon tallied 261.99 to finish an impressive second at the NHK trophy competition.
Yevgenia Medvedeva seals NHK Trophy despite fall
Russian star Yevgenia Medvedeva overcame a fall to continue her impressive two-year win streak and get the NHK Trophy.
Adam Rippon gets second as Russians sweep NHK Trophy (video)
Jason Brown struggled in the free skate.
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U.S., Canada set up Four Nations Cup final showdown
The U.S. blanked Sweden with four different goal scorers.
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Britain's Olubi ejected from back of bobsled
Britain's Toby Olubi and Bradley Hall crashed during their run on Friday as Olubi was ejected from the back of the bobsled.
With Olympics in 3 months, WADA gets Russian doping files
The data is considered a key piece of evidence as the IOC determine Russia's fate for the PyeongChang Olympics.
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Olympic hockey legends, former rivals welcome baby
They combined for eight Olympic medals playing in a bitter rivalry.
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U.S. bobsled caps strong World Cup opener with victory
It's the first win for a U.S. driver other than Steven Holcomb since 2009.
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Blind man runs New York Marathon, guided by technology (video)
Simon Wheatcroft tells his unique story.
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Blind man runs NYC Marathon with innovative tech
Simon Wheatcroft, a blind runner, ran the NYC Marathon with technology he's helping to create that will allow blind athletes to run without guides.
Adam Rippon's short program in Osaka
Adam Rippon puts on a show with his short program routine at the NHK Trophy.
Marcel Hirscher sets return from broken ankle
The six-time World Cup overall champion will start on Sunday.
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Paralympics decision on Russia expected by end of year
Russia’s Paralympic team was barred from the Rio Games as punishment for a state-backed doping program.
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Jason Brown in third after short program
American Jason Brown received a score of 85.36 for his short program routine in Osaka, Japan.
Sergey Voronov tops men's short program
Sergey Voronov brought the crowd to their feet with his short program routine that received a score of 90.06.
Medvedeva wows with short program routine
Yevgenia Medvedeva is in first place at the NHK Trophy after putting on an impressive show in the short program portion of the Grand Prix event.
Mirai Nagasu in position to medal in NHK Trophy
American Mirai Nagasu is in fifth place at the NHK Trophy, after an impressive short program routine.
Aly Raisman says she was sexually abused by team doctor
Raisman discusses on 60 Minutes on Sunday.
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Russians top NHK Trophy short program (video)
An American is within striking distance of the Grand Prix Final.
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Yuzuru Hanyu withdraws from Grand Prix event
Hanyu won't compete again for a month and a half.
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Katie Uhlaender waits to hear if she will become 2014 Olympic medalist
Tears ran down the three-time Olympians face during an interview.
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For Steven Holcomb: U.S. gets 3 medals in World Cup bobsled opener
The U.S.' best finish in the women's skeleton race was ninth.
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U.S. Olympic curling trials preview, broadcast schedule
A look at the teams vying for Olympic berths.
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Adelina Sotnikova cleared in Russia doping investigation, reports say
Russia has already lost four medals in the investigation and could lose more.
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U.S. Olympic hockey teams to be announced New Year’s Day
The U.S. Olympic men’s and women’s hockey rosters, plus the U.S. Paralympic sled hockey roster, will be announced on New Year’s Day.
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More Russian Olympic skiers banned, Sochi medals stripped
“[The IOC] is just spitting on us and thinking we’ll swallow it."
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Australia names its first indigenous Winter Olympian
Australia named four figure skaters to its Olympic team.
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Yuzuru Hanyu injured in practice fall at Grand Prix (video)
Hanyu could miss the event.
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U.S. retakes edge in Canada rivalry at pre-Olympic tournament
Four different U.S. players scored.
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Olympic sliding season begins with high U.S. expectations
The podium in PyeongChang looks like it will be very similar to Sochi.
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Lindsey Vonn explains her uniquely placed tattoos
Vonn also provided updates on her bid to race men and her best Olympian friend outside of the ski team.
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U.S. military service members can stream PyeongChang Olympics
It's a first for the Winter Olympics.
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Jason Brown’s big chance at NHK Trophy; preview, schedule
Every reigning world champion is in action this week.
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A path to USA Hockey through gas stations, concussions, 90-save epic
Nicole Hensley's unlikely path to become the No. 1 U.S. goalie.
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USA Gymnastics hires Kerry Perry after sex abuse scandal
She replaces Steve Penny, who resigned amid a scandal.
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IOC suspends Frank Fredericks over French corruption charges
Fredericks won four Olympic sprint medals between 1992 and 1996.
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Fastest woman alive retires
Carmelita Jeter is the second-fastest woman in history
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Gwen Jorgensen leaves triathlon for marathon
The dominant athlete is pulling a Michael Jordan.
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Olympic marathon champion banned 4 years
Jemima Sumgong argued that she tested positive for EPO after seeking treatment for an ectopic pregnancy.
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Russian skier stripped of gold medal, banned from Olympics vows to fight
Alexander Legkov defiantly posted an image with his medals that have been stripped.
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U.S. Olympic figure skating picture at Grand Prix season midpoint
The singles spots are looking extremely competitive for PyeongChang.
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‘The Margaret Lambert Story’ launches Olympic Channel series
The Jewish-German high jumper excluded from the 1936 Olympics was interviewed just before her death in July at 103 years old.
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NBCSN to air live Winter Olympic primetime coverage for first time
More details on NBC Olympics' cable broadcast coverage during PyeongChang.
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Shalane Flanagan on returning to NYC Marathon finish line, future
Flanagan also reflected on her profane exclamation before crossing the finish line.
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Wayde van Niekerk among athlete of the year finalists; no Caster Semenya
See which three men and three women made the cut.
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Meb Keflezighi shares in joy in final marathon
Meb Keflezighi found out Shalane Flanagan won during his own race and reacted in typical fashion.
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Shalane Flanagan is first U.S. woman to win NYC Marathon in 40 years
Flanagan said she might retire if she won New York.
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KHL could pull out of Olympics over Russia doping cases
Two star forwards from Russia, plus a top U.S. goalie prospect for PyeongChang are in the KHL.
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Patrick Chan withdraws from next Grand Prix event to focus on training
After struggling to a fourth-place finish at Skate Canada, Canada's Patrick Chan announced he wouldn't compete in his second Grand Prix event.
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Alina Zagitova, Russia’s newest skating star, wins Cup of China (video)
The 15-year-old junior world champion won gold in her Grand Prix debut.
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Mikhail Kolyada wins in free skate at GP of China
Russian skater Mikhail Kolyada takes the gold in the free skate at the Grand Prix of China.
Max Aaron gets bronze in free skate at GP of China
American skater Max Aaron impresses to get a bronze medal in the free skate at Grand Prix of China.
Alina Zagitova wins free skate at GP of China
Russian star Alina Zagitova stuns to get a win in the free skate at the Grand Prix of China.
Olympic flame goes under water (video, photos)
The flame also went under water at a previous Olympic torch relay.
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Elana Meyers Taylor, like her NFL father, motivated by years of waiting
Eddie Meyers was good enough to play in the NFL but never saw regular-season action due to unique circumstances.
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Michael Johnson: My advice to Usain Bolt was to retire after Rio
"But he left it and went one year too long."
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New track and field world rankings to shape Olympic entries
The rankings will give “a clear understanding of the hierarchy of competitions from national through to area and up to global events.”
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Surprise leader at Cup of China (video)
Cup of China concludes early Saturday morning, live on Olympic Channel.
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Esports event in PyeongChang before Olympics supported by IOC
"The IOC will now explore esport's relationship with the Olympic Movement further."
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Zhou stumbles in short program at GP of China
American figure skater Vincent Zhou hits the ice twice and sits in eighth after his short program at the 2017 Grand Prix of China.
Kolyada dazzles in short program at GP of China
Figure skater Mikhail Kolyada breaks his Russian record for a short program score at the 2017 Grand Prix of China.
Daleman leads GP of China after short program
Canada's Gabrielle Daleman shoots to the top of the leaderboard following an impressive short program at the 2017 Grand Prix of China.
Mike Tirico previews Olympics from PyeongChang (video)
Mike Tirico reports for NBC News.
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Meb Keflezighi set for final marathon where it all began
He's the only person to win Boston, New York City and an Olympic medal.
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Kenworthy, Knight competes in Swag Race
Who will win the NBC Olympics swag race?
U.S. Olympic Trials broadcast schedule
Sports include long- and short-track speed skating, curling and ski jumping.
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Who will be on U.S., Canada Olympic men’s hockey rosters? (video)
An update on Jarome Iginla from Darren Dreger.
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Lindsey Vonn sits down with Jimmy Fallon (video)
Vonn had Fallon try on a Team USA onesie on The Tonight Show.
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What U.S. players could be on Olympic roster?
The U.S. and Canadian hockey team will fill its roster full of non-NHL players for the 2018 Winter Olympics and here are a few names to watch for both teams.
U.S. women's hockey team excited for PyeongChang
Hilary Knight and the U.S. women's hockey team appeared on the "Today" show with only 100 days left until the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang.
Shaun White details crash that led to 62 stitches
White said it's the "most visually alarming" crash of his career.
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Russian gold medalist disqualified for Sochi Olympics doping
A second Russian who did not win a medal has also been disqualified.
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Jarome Iginla still possible for Canada Olympic hockey team
The three-time Olympian reportedly declined an invitation from Hockey Canada.
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Tirico: PyeongChang is ready for Olympics
Mike Tirico calls in from PyeongChang on 100 days out to discuss what to expect from the host city and watching American sports while abroad.
Gear up: 100 days until 2018 Winter Olympics
Lindsey Vonn, Ashley Wagner, Shaun White, Katherine Reutter and Mikaela Shiffrin describe the feeling of coming together to compete at an Olympic Games -- with PyeongChang 2018 just 100 days away.
U.S., Canada Olympic hockey jerseys unveiled
Check out videos and images of the jerseys.
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100 Olympic storylines 100 days out from PyeongChang
The Olympics open on Feb. 9.
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U.S. Olympic Closing Ceremony uniforms unveiled (photos)
They were made by Polo Ralph Lauren.
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Winter Olympics forecast: Germany, Norway top medal table
Simon Gleave is piecing together results from his statistical model to predict the top medal-winning countries for next year's Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
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Yevgeny Plushenko makes PyeongChang predictions, talks figure skating evolution
The Russian superstar sat down for an interview with NBC Olympics.
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Paralympic skier Josh Sundquist’s fantastic Halloween costumes (video)
"I am an amputee 364 days a year. In my Halloween costumes I sort of celebrate it."
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Wayde van Niekerk out 6 months after rugby injury
He has a torn meniscus and is out through at least the Commonwealth Games in early April, his agent said.
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Josh Sundquist has fun with Halloween costumes
Josh Sundquist outlines his costume for Halloween: Tiger.
PyeongChang gets Olympic flame ahead of 100-day relay
PyeongChang organizing committee president Lee Hee-beom said the Games would be an Olympics of “peace and harmony,”
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Bode Miller joins NBC Olympics, explains end of ski racing career
The 40-year-old explains why in an interview.
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Olympic speed skater, Montana’s only female governor dies
She was also was named Miss Rodeo Montana.
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Mo Farah, Alberto Salazar split
Farah announced a new coach in a video.
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Javier Fernandez, skaters born in 2000s headline Cup of China; preview
How to watch the competition this week.
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Ted Ligety questions cancellation of World Cup race
Ligety's rival reacted.
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Nathan Chen sees ‘pretty high chance’ of Olympic gold
Chen reflected and looked ahead in a sitdown interview.
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Breanna Stewart writes she was molested as a child
"I haven’t told many people. I’m not the most vulnerable person — I don’t talk about my feelings much — so this is uncomfortable."
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High winds, snow force cancellation of men’s World Cup opener
The men of Alpine will now look to kick off the 2017-18 season in Finland
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Kaetlyn Osmond wins Skate Canada; Ashley Wagner rallies (video)
The Grand Prix season continues next week, headlined by two-time world champion Javier Fernandez.
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Virtue, Moir set overall score record, win gold
Canadian ice dancing duo Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir broke their own world points record en route to a gold medal at 2017 Skate Canada.
Hubbell, Donohue take bronze in ice dance
American ice dancers Madison Hubbell, Zachary Donohue take home bronze medals at 2017 Skate Canada.
U.S. women’s hockey team adds college freshman
She could be the youngest U.S. Olympic hockey player since 2006.
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Osmond seals Skate Canada win with free skate
Kaetlyn Osmond wins 2017 Skate Canada, despite falling at the end of her free skate routine.
2017 Skate Canada: Karen Chen gets third place
Karen Chen had some stunning moves in the 2017 Skate Canada event, but it wasn't enough and she finishes at third -- a result she wasn't happy with.
Ashley Wagner's free skate at Skate Canada
Ashley Wagner makes up ground with her free skate routine at 2017 Skate Canada.
Olympic leaders explore esports
"Competitive 'esports' could be considered as a sporting activity."
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Mikaela Shiffrin bumped off podium in Soelden; Lindsey Vonn struggles
Two stars skied out in the first run.
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Shiffrin falters in second giant slalom run
Mikaela Shiffrin lost a lot of time on her second giant slalom run, but there are a lot of positives from the run in Austria.
Rebensburg secures first in women's World Cup race
German star Viktoria Rebensburg tops the first women's Giant Slalom World Cup race of the season.
Lindsey Vonn struggles in last-second return
Lindsey Vonn decided the other day to fly to Austria and make her return to skiing, where she struggled.
Tokyo marks 1,000 days until 2020 Olympics
Organizers said 15,000 people attended Saturday's event.
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Karen Chen, Ashley Wagner trail at Skate Canada (video)
One Olympic medal contender had a disastrous start.
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Uno has substantial lead after men's short program
Shoma Uno, reigning Japanese national champion, closes out the men's short programs and moves into first place with a 103.62.
Brown in third after 'Hamilton' short program
American Jason Brown is sitting in top three after his short program at Skate Canada.
Virtue, Moir break their own world record
Olympic medalists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir broke their own short dance world record with a score of 82.68.
Ryan Lochte criminal case not yet finished in Brazil
The case that was dismissed three months ago is back on.
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Osmond leads Chen, Wagner after short program
Canadian figure skater Kaetlyn Osmond is in first place after tallying a 76.06 in Friday's short program.
Wagner struggles with jumps in short-program
Ashley Wagner had major problems rotating her jumps properly during her short program at Skate Canada.
Chen trails Kaetlyn Osmond after short program
Karen Chen scored 61.77 and is sitting in fifth after her 2017 Skate Canada short program due to struggles with her jumps, particularly her opening triple Lutz.