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Team USA Olympic Opening Ceremony uniforms unveiled
Team USA's opening ceremony uniforms for the Beijing Olympics include some sneaky new warming technology, along with a handy front pouch and a cinch waist.
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2022 Australian Open women’s singles draw, scores
Naomi Osaka returns to the Australian Open to defend her title. Serena Williams is not in the field in Melbourne.
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2022 Australian Open men’s singles draw, scores
Novak Djokovic losing his deportation appeal on Sunday, the day before main draw action begins, shook up the Australian Open men's draw.
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Australian Open: Emma Raducanu falls as high women’s seeds upset
At the Australian Open, Emma Raducanu, Garbiñe Muguruza and Anett Kontaveit all lost in the second round.
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Eva Samková, Olympic snowboarding champion, to miss Beijing Winter Games
Czech Eva Samková, the 2014 Olympic snowboard cross champion, will miss the Beijing Games due to ankle injury.
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U.S. Olympic Nordic combined team finalized
The five-man U.S. Olympic Nordic combined roster was completed Wednesday with the announcement that 2018 Olympian Jasper Good received the last spot.
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Team USA athlete roster for 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics
A list of athletes already qualified for or named to the U.S. Olympic team for the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022.
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In a first, an Olympics with snowboarding will not include Jasey-Jay Anderson
Jasey-Jay Anderson has competed in every Olympics with snowboarding but was not named to Canada's team for the Beijing Winter Games.
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Lindsey Vonn, more Olympic gold medalists join NBC Olympics broadcast team
Lindsey Vonn is joining NBC as a primetime correspondent for the Beijing Winter Olympics after retiring in 2019 from Alpine skiing.
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Hahnenkamm downhills in Kitzbühel highlight winter sports broadcast schedule
The most famous annual race in Alpine skiing -- the Hahnenkamm downhill -- happens twice this week, live on Peacock.
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2021-22 Alpine skiing World Cup season TV, live stream schedule
How to watch the 2021-22 Alpine skiing World Cup season on NBC Sports on TV and streaming on Peacock and the NBC Sports app.
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Gus Kenworthy combats concussion, COVID before final events of freestyle skiing career
Gus Kenworthy's run-up to his third and final Olympics has been challenging, and that's an understatement. He competes at X Games this week.
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Australian Open: Amanda Anisimova ousts Olympic gold medalist; Naomi Osaka next
At the Australian Open, Amanda Anisimova, a former teenage American phenom, upset Belinda Bencic to advance to a match with Naomi Osaka.
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Euro Championships: Mishina/Galliamov short skate
At the 2022 European Figure Skating Championships, pairs duo Anastasia Mishina and Aleksandr Galliamov scored 82.36 points in the short program for first. They ended up winning the title.
Euro Championships: Boikova/Kozlovskii free skate
At the 2022 European Figure skating Championships, Russia's pairs duo Aleksandra Boikova and Dmitrii Kozlovskii perform their free skate. They scored 150.97 points for third place overall.
Euro Championships: Tarasova/Morozov free skate
At the 2022 European Figure Skating Championships, pairs duo Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov scored 154.85 points in the free skate. They ended up taking second overall.
Euro Championships: Boikova/Kozlovskii short skate
At the 2022 European Figure Skating Championships, Russia's Aleksandra Boikova/ Dmitrii Kozlovskii pairs team scored 76.26 points in their short program. They finished third overall.
Euro Championships: Mishina/Galliamov free skate
At the 2022 European Figure Skating Championships, pairs duo Anastasia Mishina and Aleksandr Galliamov scored 157.46 points in the free program. They ended up winning the title.
Euro Championships: Tarasova/Morozov's short skate
At the 2022 European Figure Skating Championships, pairs duo Evgenia Tarasova and Vladmir Morozov scored 81.58 points in the short program. They took second place overall.
Olympic short track champion to miss Beijing Games over texts, reports say
Shim Suk-Hee, South Korea's top short track speed skater, will reportedly miss the Beijing Winter Olympics after losing an appeal to lift a ban.
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Australian Open: Emma Raducanu’s streak ends, still advances
At the Australian Open, Emma Raducanu won in her first major match since her U.S. Open title, beating Sloane Stephens.
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Jamaica, you have a bobsled team for the Beijing Olympics! (and an Alpine skier)
Jamaica is set to enter an Olympic four-man bobsled team for the first time in 24 years, conjuring memories of "Cool Runnings."
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U.S. women’s ski jumpers miss out on Olympic qualification
U.S. women's ski jumpers failed to qualify any spots for the Beijing Winter Olympics, a decade after Americans helped lead the fight for inclusion.
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Australian Open: Coco Gauff, Sofia Kenin bounced after Novak Djokovic flies home
Coco Gauff and Sofia Kenin, the two highest-ranked Americans, were the two women's seeds eliminated on the opening day of the Australian Open.
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Beijing Winter Olympics spectator tickets will not be sold anymore; groups invited on site
Tickets for the Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics will not be sold due to the coronavirus pandemic, but invited groups will be present on site.
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Will Novak Djokovic play the French Open?
It’s not clear where Novak Djokovic will play next after being deported out of the Australian Open. He is the defending champion at the French Open.
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U.S. Olympic bobsled team does not include medal-winning push athletes, Lolo Jones
Elana Meyers Taylor and Kaillie Humphries lead the U.S. Olympic bobsled team. The most experienced push athletes were left off the team.
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Keira D’Amato breaks American women’s marathon record
Keira D'Amato, who quit running soon after college, then returned nine years later as a mother of two, broke the American record in the women's marathon.
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From 29th to 1st! Stunning World Cup slalom result in Wengen
Soaring from 29th place after the first run, Lucas Braathen scored a stunning win in a World Cup slalom on Sunday.
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U.S. Olympic Alpine skiing team closer to complete after last qualifying races
Three more U.S. Alpine skiers clinched Olympic spots on the final day of qualifying races, leaving a few discretionary selections to fill out the roster.
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Novak Djokovic deported, out of Australian Open
Novak Djokovic’s hopes of playing at the Australian Open were dashed after a court dismissed the tennis star’s appeal against a deportation order.
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Kamila Valiyeva, Olympic favorite, wins European figure skating title with record
Kamila Valiyeva, the Olympic figure skating favorite from Russia, won the European Championships by the largest women's margin in history.
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Olympic medalists, Lolo Jones not on bobsled team for last race before Olympic team named
Lauren Gibbs, Aja Evans and Lolo Jones are not on the U.S. bobsled roster for the last World Cup before the Olympic team is named.
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Fitzsimons fronts 1-3-4 U.S. finish in slopestyle
Americans Sean Fitzsimons and Jake Canter checked off their first career World Cup podium finishes, placing first and third, while teammate Brock Crouch took fourth in the Laax Open men's snowboard...
Championships: Kamila Valieva falls, wins free
At the 2022 European Figure Skating Championships, Russia's Kamila Valieva falls during her free skate, but still places first in both the day's event (168.61) and the combined score (259.06).
Championships: Shcherbakova's free earns second
At the 2022 European Figure Skating Championships, Anna Shcherbakova's free skate earns 168.37 points -- less than a point behind leader Kamila Valieva. Shcherbakova finished in second place overall.
Championships: Ekaterina Kurakova's amazing free
At the 2022 European Figure Skating Championships, Ekaterina Kurakova's 137.26-point routine was good enough for a fourth-place free skate, and fifth place overall.
White seizes first halfpipe podium spot since '18
American Shaun White made his first halfpipe podium since winning 2018 PyeongChang Olympic gold, leaning on a signature double McTwist 1260 to grab third; Ayumu Hirano won while Scotty James was subpar in...
Shaun White makes first halfpipe podium since 2018 Olympics
Shaun White made his first halfpipe snowboarding podium since the 2018 Olympics. Chloe Kim won at the Laax Open.
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Kim dominates first run for halfpipe victory
Reigning Olympic gold medalist Chloe Kim of the U.S. came out swinging with an electrifying first run in the Laax Open halfpipe final, hitting a huge method air, a switch 900 and two 1080s to score a 90.25...
Vincent Kriechmayr wins Wengen Lauberhorn downhill; American qualifies for Olympics
Austrian Vincent Kriechmayr won the classic Lauberhorn downhill in Wengen, Switzerland, on the Alpine skiing World Cup.
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Dutch Olympic short track uniforms honor Lara van Ruijven
Dutch Olympic short track skaters will have panther-themed hearts on uniform sleeves to honor 2018 Olympic medalist and world champion Lara van Ruijven.
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Sofia Goggia crashes in World Cup downhill, ends streak; American qualifies for Olympics
Sofia Goggia crashed in an Alpine skiing World Cup downhill, ending her streak of victories at seven in a row.
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Goggia downhill streak ends, Gut-Behrami wins
Reigning Olympic champ Sofia Goggia, entering perfect on the season in World Cup downhill competitions, crashed and did not finish in Zauchensee, Austria, as Lara Gut-Behrami claimed a narrow win.
Kaillie Humphries, Elana Meyers Taylor go 1-2 in monobob, enter Olympics as favorites
American Kaillie Humphries got a win. Elana Meyers Taylor got an overall title. And the U.S. bobsled team take more momentum into the Beijing Olympics.
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Kriechmayr claims first win of season in downhill
Reigning world champion Vincent Kriechmayr won the second men's downhill competition in Wengen, Switzerland, beating Beat Feuz by 0.34 seconds to claim his first World Cup victory of the season.
Humphries edges Meyers Taylor in monobob finale
Weeks before monobob's Olympic debut, reigning world champion Kaillie Humphries beat U.S. teammate Elana Meyers Taylor in the final run of the event's World Series circuit closer in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
Novak Djokovic detained again, fights deportation before Australian Open
Novak Djokovic was back in immigration detention Saturday after his legal challenge to avoid being deported from Australia was moved to higher court.
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Katie Uhlaender makes fifth, likely final Olympics in skeleton
Katie Uhlaender is going to a fifth and likely final Olympics in skeleton, tying the record for Winter Olympic appearances by a U.S. woman.
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St. Moritz: Dukurs wins 11th Skeleton World Cup
In St. Moritz, Switzerland, Latvia's Martins Dukurs won the race in 2:14:39. He also earned his 11th Skeleton World Cup title and the 2022 IBSF European Championships.