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Trayvon Bromell emerged from destruction a new sprinter, new man
For Trayvon Bromell, July 4 was an independence day. His first race as a rebuilt sprinter.
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Brian Orser reveals Hanyu’s, Medvedeva’s, and Brown’s Grand Prix plans
Brian Orser details plans for his pupils Yuzuru Hanyu, Yevgenia Medvedeva, and Jason Brown competing on the upcoming Grand Prix series.
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Steven Nyman, top U.S. downhiller, faces another obstacle
Steven Nyman, the active U.S. leader in World Cup downhill wins, suffered a setback in his bid to become the oldest U.S. Olympic Alpine skier ever.
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Lindsey Vonn and her dog to host Amazing Race-like series
Lindsey Vonn and one of her three dogs, Lucy, will host "The Pack," an "Amazing Race"-like series.
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London Marathon mass event canceled; Kipchoge, Bekele still to race
The London Marathon will feature Eliud Kipchoge and Kenenisa Bekele but not a mass-participation race of 40,000-plus runners.
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Kim Clijsters, Andy Murray get U.S. Open wild cards
Kim Clijsters and Andy Murray received wild cards into the U.S. Open, marking their returns from retirement and injury, respectively, to Grand Slam tennis.
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Nathan Chen is surprised, grateful and posing questions about figure skating’s restart
Nathan Chen was slightly surprised to learn figure skating's Grand Prix Series will go on as scheduled this season, albeit with more localized fields.
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Alpine skiing World Cup plans earlier season start with fewer fans
The traditional start of the Alpine skiing World Cup plans to go ahead a week earlier than planned with coronavirus-related measures.
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Cyclist in induced coma after Tour of Poland crash
A massive crash at the finish of the first stage of the Tour of Poland resulted in Dutch cyclist Dylan Groenewegen's disqualification.
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Figure skating Grand Prix Series will be held as ‘domestic’ competitions
Figure skating's Grand Prix Series will go ahead as scheduled this fall, with modifications due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Respectfully, Donavan Brazier believes he has a chance at legendary record
On the night of the biggest race of his life, Donavan Brazier met the man whom he is trying to succeed and, perhaps, supplant.
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U.S. Open women’s singles entry list
Serena Williams leads a U.S. Open women's singles entry list that includes 27 of the top 28 in the world.
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U.S. Open men’s singles entry list
Top-ranked Novak Djokovic leads the U.S. Open men's singles entry list, a field that lacks Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
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Rafael Nadal to miss U.S. Open
Rafael Nadal is not entered in the U.S. Open, as of now joining the recovering Roger Federer in missing the Grand Slam tennis tournament.
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Why did Shaun White cut his hair? Carrot Top
Shaun White said a revelatory chat with Carrot Top led to the Olympic snowboarding champion chopping off his flowing red locks more than seven years ago.
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Susie O’Neill, Australian great, answers Katie Ledecky by balancing beer while swimming
Katie Ledecky's feat of balancing a glass of chocolate milk while swimming reverberated Down Under.
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Ex-Michigan State gymnastics coach sentenced in case tied to Larry Nassar
A judge sentenced ex-Michigan State gymnastics coach Kathie Klages to 90 days in jail plus probation for lying in a Larry Nassar-related case.
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French investigation exposes more than 20 skating coaches
More than 20 coaches French ice skating coaches have been identified following an investigation into accusations of sexual assault, harassment or violence.
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Eddy Alvarez, Olympic short track medalist, to play for Miami Marlins
Eddy Alvarez, an Olympic short track speed skating medalist, reached his goal since turning to professional baseball six years ago.
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Katie Ledecky balances glass of chocolate milk on her head while swimming
Olympic champions were awed by Katie Ledecky's balancing a glass of chocolate milk on her head while swimming.
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Wounded Warrior to World Champion: Melissa Stockwell shares journey in book
Melissa Stockwell, the first female soldier to lose a limb in the Iraq War and Paralympic medalist, shares her story in an autobiography.
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Chellsie Memmel, 12 years after her Olympics, came back to gymnastics as a mom
Chellsie Memml, a 2008 Olympic gymnastics medalist, announced a comeback to the sport as a 32-year-old mother of two.
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Sam Mikulak to retire from gymnastics after Tokyo Olympics
Sam Mikulak, the U.S.' top male gymnast, explained why he will retire after the Tokyo Olympics.
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April Ross, Alix Klineman complete perfect, abbreviated AVP season
April Ross and Alix Klineman consolidated their position as the U.S.' top beach volleyball team, completing a sweep of the AVP Champions Cup.
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Wayde van Niekerk misses comeback meet after coronavirus concerns
Wayde van Niekerk did not race in his scheduled international comeback meet in Italy on Saturday after coronavirus concerns.
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Bria Hartley could have been the next great U.S. point guard. Now she plays for France.
Bria Hartley could have been the next great U.S. point guard. She plays for France instead.
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Boston Marathon bomber’s death sentence overturned
A federal appeals court on Friday tossed the death sentence of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the man convicted in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
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Dalilah Muhammad on history in 2019: ‘I put it out of mind I was the world-record holder’
Dalilah Muhammad told her coach that the world championships would produce fast times. Even if she wasn't necessarily thinking of herself.
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Alena Kostornaya, world’s top figure skater, splits from coach Eteri Tutberidze
Russian Alena Kostornaya, the top female singles figure skater in the previous abbreviated season, split from coach Eteri Tutberidze.
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Terin Humphrey, 2004 Olympic gymnast, comes forward as Larry Nassar survivor
Terin Humphrey, a 2004 Olympic silver medalist gymnast, came forward as a Larry Nassar survivor.
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Sue Bird, Megan Rapinoe and a dorky first impression
Megan Rapinoe won Olympic gold and a World Cup, but she didn't quite know how to act the first time she met Sue Bird.
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Russia track and field faces expulsion if it misses deadline
Russia will be expelled from membership in World Athletics if it does not make outstanding payments of more than $6 million before Aug. 15.
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World Athletics wants cross-country running in 2024 Paris Olympics
World Athletics is proposing adding a mixed-gender cross-country relay to the 2024 Olympics in Paris.
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Top-ranked Ash Barty to skip U.S. Open
No. 1-ranked Ash Barty says she has withdrawn from the U.S. Open because she is not comfortable with traveling during the coronavirus pandemic.
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For DeAnna Price, hammer time starts with a head-butt and a Sharpie
DeAnna Price considered retiring from track and field. A few months later, she was world champion.
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Tour de France tweaks 2021 dates, avoids Olympic clash
The 2021 Tour de France will start a week earlier than originally scheduled, avoiding an overlap with the start of the Tokyo Olympics.
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Paralympic hopes become secondary for the only woman on the ice
Lena Schroeder, the first woman to play Paralympic hockey in 24 years, has unfinished business at the Winter Games, but that's become secondary.
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Planning for Olympics in a pandemic has echoes of 1920 Games
Olympic athletes competing for gold medals in a world reeling from a pandemic? It won’t be the first time.
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Brazil sets Olympic bubble in Portugal due to pandemic at home
Brazil has set up its Olympic training camp in Rio ... Rio Maior that is, a relatively small Portuguese city of 21,000 residents outside Lisbon.
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Original drawing of Olympic Rings sells for more than $200,000
An original 1913 drawing of the Olympic rings by modern Olympic founder Pierre de Coubertin was sold via a French auction house.
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Qatar interested in bidding for Olympics
Qatar wants to bring the Olympics to the Middle East for the first time, its latest effort to host a major worldwide sporting event.
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Phil Dalhausser is fifth U.S. man to win 100 beach volleyball titles
Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena won their second straight AVP title. Dalhausser joined legends in the century club.
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Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe's Olympic love story
Olympic power couple Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe remember how they first met and reflect on their relationship.
Simone Manuel’s experiences, before and after Rio, shape her voice for change today
Simone Manuel knows that no matter her success in the past, she carries a weight that few other swimmers do.
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From Zeus to Athens, how the modern Olympics came to be
A French Baron convinced of the value of athletics in building character was determined to revive the ancient Olympics as an international sporting festival.
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IOC president Thomas Bach looks to Tokyo Olympics, tasks they entail
IOC President Thomas Bach said the Tokyo Olympics will be optimized and simplified in 2021, but the athlete experience will not be compromised.
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Bach: Confident we can unify world in one year
President of the IOC Thomas Bach joins Mike Tirico to discuss the logistics of preparing for the Olympics one year out, if a vaccine is necessary, what the Opening Ceremony will mean to the world, and much...
Is COVID-19 vaccine necessary to put on Olympics?
Thomas Bach explains that everyone is "longing" for a vaccine and that the IOC remains committed to organizing the Olympic Games by working with medical experts in order to safeguard everyone's health.
Bach: We will optimize, simplify Olympic Games
IOC President Thomas Bach explains that while the Olympic Games will be adapted based upon the pandemic, the athletes and their sports won't be impacted.
Will political messages be allowed at Olympics?
Thomas Bach tells Mike Tirico that the IOC is waiting on the results of the dialogue with the IOC Athletes' Commission in regards to Rule 50, which prohibits political demonstrations on the field or during...