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2021 Burton U.S. Open snowboarding event canceled
The Burton U.S. Open, snowboarding's most storied event, canceled its 2021 competition due to uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
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Kara Eaker eschews fear, back on balance beam to resume Olympic quest
Kara Eaker hasn't qualified for an Olympics yet, but she is already part of a historic club of U.S. gymnasts.
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Kenya’s best to race Norway’s best on different continents in June track meet
Kenyans will be racing in Nairobi. Norwegians at the Bislett stadium in Oslo. A broadcast stream will be a split screen.
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Lilly King, Olympic hopeful swimmers train in Indiana pond
The world's best breaststroker is swimming in a pond.
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Does Lance Armstrong believe doping contributed to cancer?
Lance Armstrong said that he didn't know whether he got testicular cancer because of his doping in the early-to-mid 1990s.
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Cortina requests to postpone Alpine skiing worlds from 2021 to 2022
Italy was making a formal request to postpone next year’s world Alpine skiing championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo until March 2022.
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Lance Armstrong timeline: cancer, Tour de France, doping admission
Lance Armstrong beat testicular cancer to win a record seven Tour de France titles, then was found guilty of and admitted to doping during all of them.
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Anna Veith retires, leaves Austrian Alpine skiing in unfamiliar territory
Anna Veith retired from Alpine skiing, leaving Austria without an active woman who has won a World Cup overall title for the first time in 27 years.
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World’s top wrestler contracted coronavirus
Russian Abdulrashid Sadulayev, arguably the world's best pound-for-pound wrestler, said he contracted the coronavirus.
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Naomi Osaka is world’s highest-paid female athlete; two women in top 100
Naomi Osaka supplanted Serena Williams as the world's highest-paid female athlete, according to Forbes.
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Simone Biles headlines 2019 World Gymnastics Championships Week on Olympic Channel
Simone Biles' latest record-shattering feats will be featured on the Olympic Channel starting Monday night.
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Bolt wins 200m at 2015 worlds, gets hit by Segway
Usain Bolt captures the 200m at the 2015 World Track and Field Championships before getting hit by a cameraman on a Segway.
Bolt wins 100m world title as lightning strikes
Usain Bolt crosses the finish line first in the 100m just as lightning strikes at the 2013 Track and Field World Championships.
Sabrina Ionescu? Maya Moore? U.S. women’s basketball team faces Olympic roster unknowns
When the coronavirus halted sports two months ago, the U.S. women's basketball program was three-fifths of the way through Olympic selection season.
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Longest downhill race in Alpine skiing World Cup history planned near Matterhorn
A downhill ski race that would be the longest in the World Cup is being planned on a course connecting Switzerland and Italy near the Matterhorn,
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Who is Brazil’s greatest Olympian?
Brazil's two major sports are soccer and volleyball (indoor and beach), but no soccer players make this list.
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Dawn Staley played with Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi. Now, she coaches them.
In Dawn Staley's first Olympics as a head coach, two of her past Olympic teammates will likely be two of her biggest assets.
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Nathan Chen weighs unknown variables of next figure skating season
With so many unknown variables surrounding the upcoming figure skating season, will Nathan Chen stay in California or return to Yale?
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Wengen’s Lauberhorn may be dropped from Alpine skiing World Cup
The signature Alpine skiing race in Switzerland risks being dropped from the World Cup schedule because of a money dispute with the national ski federation.
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IOC preps for different scenarios for Tokyo Olympics in 2021
IOC President Thomas Bach said there is no blueprint to reinvent the wheel when it comes to the first one-year postponement in Olympic history.
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New math: Figure skating’s latest recalculations change skaters’ formula for success
The changes coming to figure skating scoring next season may cause skaters to tweak their planned program content to maximize jump values.
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Bach preparing for any scenario for Tokyo Olympics
IOC president Thomas Bach gives Mike Tirico an update on how the committee has been preparing for the Tokyo Olympics next summer.
Rafael Nadal’s first French Open titles air on NBC Sports’ ‘From the Vault’
Relive some of Rafael Nadal's French Open titles on NBCSN on Wednesday, part of NBC Sports' "From the Vault" week.
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Shoma Uno, in a trying figure skating season, considered leaving the ice
There are two lasting images of Olympic silver medalist Shoma Uno from the abbreviated figure skating season. Both brought tears.
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In gymnastics, decisions continue to impact athletes during competition break
For gymnastics, competition may have stopped during the coronavirus pandemic, but the news hasn't. 
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Grant Holloway chose Florida track over Georgia football, then became a world champion
Grant Holloway was a talented enough wide receiver to earn an offer from the University of Georgia. One problem: He wanted to be an Olympian.
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Tokyo delay extends Walsh Jennings' Olympic career
Kerri Walsh Jennings shares how she's been keeping a positive mindset throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and looks ahead to her final Olympic Games in 2021.
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal rivalry swung at 2008 Wimbledon
Rafael Nadal's win over Roger Federer in the 2008 Wimbledon final proved to be more than an instant classic, a book, a documentary.
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Breakfast at Wimbledon on NBCSN
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal star on NBCSN's Breakfast at Wimbledon on Tuesday night, celebrating some of the All England Club's greatest finals.
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Joe Kovacs revisits epic shot put title, months after career intervention
Eight months before Joe Kovacs became a world champion again, he was at the center of a career intervention in a kitchen.
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Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe preempted the Jetsons and authored an epic
American children tuned in that Saturday morning, dismayed that cartoons were preempted. Boos cascaded Wimbledon's Centre Court.
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When did Lance Armstrong start doping?
Lance Armstrong said he first doped at "probably 21" years old.
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Usain Bolt becomes a father
Usain Bolt, an eight-time Olympic gold medalist, world-record holder and fastest man in history, just added a new title: dad.
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Laurie Hernandez, Maggie Haney react to coach’s suspension
Laurie Hernandez gave her first TV interview, while former coach Maggie Haney offered her first public comments, after Haney was banned eight years.
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Breakfast at Wimbledon on NBCSN
Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi headline NBCSN's Breakfast at Wimbledon.
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Olympic medalists face off in Quarantine Games on Peacock
Olympians have to get creative to train these days. Enter Seth MacFarlane, Tiktok star Alex Presley and the Quarantine Olympics.
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Simone Biles addresses Class of 2020 during Facebook graduation
Simone Biles, who had to give up public school to focus on elite gymnastics, sent her well wishes to the Class of 2020 during a Facebook graduation event..
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Seb Coe: Track and field needs more U.S. meets
Seb Coe urged for more one-day track and field meets in the U.S. to reconnect American fans with the sport.
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2019 World Swimming Championships Week set for Olympic Channel
Olympic Channel's 2019 World Championships Weeks continues next week with seven days and more than 50 hours of coverage from swimming worlds.
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Who is Canada’s greatest Olympian?
Canada is one of few nations with more gold medals in the Winter Olympics than the Summer Olympics. One of its legends is a dual Summer/Winter Olympian.
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Kerri Walsh Jennings connects with beach volleyball players with virtual camps
Kerri Walsh Jennings knew the national stay-at-home orders would be especially hard on young athletes and others trying to stay fit.
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Ironman Kona postponed to early 2021
The Ironman Kona World Championships have been postponed from Oct. 10 to Feb. 6, 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Borg-McEnroe, Federer-Nadal Wimbledon finals air on NBCSN next week
Epic Wimbledon finals, including Bjorn Borg-John McEnroe and Roger Federer-Rafael Nadal, air on NBCSN in primetime next week.
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Alexander Massialas left Rio Olympics with two medals, two words he won’t forget
Alexander Massialas repeated the word in interviews last year, remembering his immediate reaction after the Rio Olympic individual foil final: Devastation.
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Carissa Moore carrying surfing momentum into 2021
Surfing champion Carissa Moore discusses her sport's upcoming Olympic debut, the postponement of the 2021 Tokyo Games and more.
Olympic age rule stirs reaction from gymnastics community
Half of the U.S. women's team that was sent to the 2019 World Championships voiced their opinions about an Olympic gymnastics age rule.
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Baseball head pitches Olympics to MLB, again
With the Olympics postponed, and the MLB season on hold, there is an unexpected opportunity to make one final pitch to the sport’s biggest league.
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Olympic champion headlines another unique pole vault competition
Three top female pole vaulters will compete in the second Ultimate Garden Clash pole vault event on Saturday.
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Rulon Gardner, from Olympic miracle to rock bottom, now a film subject
Rulon Gardner's Olympic gold medal was miraculous. What came after was no less extraordinary.
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Mikaela Shiffrin thankful for patients’ stories about her father
Many contacted Mikaela Shiffrin to share stories about her late father, Jeff. Shiffrin learned more about her dad, and for that, she's thankful.
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