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Joey Mantia extends U.S. medal streak at speed skating worlds; Dutch dominance returns
Joey Mantia ensured the U.S. finished speed skating worlds with a medal, extending a two-decade streak.
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Netherlands on the board; more world records at speed skating worlds
Two more world records were set at the world single distances speed skating championships.
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Christian Coleman wins 60m at USATF Indoor Champs in history’s second-fastest time
Christian Coleman just missed his own 60m world record at the USATF Indoor Championships.
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Mondo Duplantis breaks pole vault world record again
Mondo Duplantis of Sweden broke the pole vault world record for the second straight Saturday.
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Russia set to lose another Sochi Olympic gold medal, fall into tie with U.S.
If Russia is stripped of another Sochi Olympic medal, it will fall into a tie with the U.S. in the total medal standings.
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Shelby Houlihan wins duel with Elle Purrier at USATF Indoor Champs
Shelby Houlihan is halfway to doubling at a national championships for the fifth time in her track career.
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World records fall at speed skating worlds; Dutch reign ends
The Netherlands, so dominant in recent years, failed to win any of the first six Olympic events at the world speed skating championships.
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Ex-Michigan State gymnastics coach convicted in case tied to Larry Nassar
A jury =convicted former Michigan State gymnastics coach Kathie Klages of lying to police when she denied that two teen athletes told her of sexual abuse by sports doctor Larry Nassar.
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Susan Dunklee takes surprise silver at world biathlon championships
Susan Dunklee earned the U.S.' sixth-ever medal at a world biathlon championships.
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Mikaela Shiffrin extends absence from Alpine skiing World Cup
Mikaela Shiffrin extends her break from the World Cup since the Feb. 2 death of her father.
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Dunklee surprises with biathlon worlds silver
American Susan Dunklee earned the U.S.’ sixth-ever podium finish at a biathlon worlds with her second place finish in the 7.5km sprint.
Tokyo Olympics remain on track amid coronavirus outbreak in China
Tokyo Olympic organizers and the International Olympic Committee said Friday there is no “Plan B” for the 2020 Games,
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Caster Semenya listed for first track meet since June
Caster Semenya is entered to race for the first time since a court ruling barred her from her best events.
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In figure skating, a radical proposal to reshape the sport
Seeking to rebalance athletic and artistic elements of figure skating, an ISU committee seeks sweeping format changes in singles and pairs scoring.
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Pita Taufatofua, Tonga flag bearer, enters Olympic qualifier with new challenge
Pita Taufatofua, the Tonga flag bearer sensation, is fighting himself and other competitors to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics.
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Olympic figure skaters from 1980 plan reunion in Lake Placid
Members of figure skating’s “Dream Team” plan to return to the site of the 1980 Olympics for a reunion and celebration in Lake Placid, New York next Tuesday. Scott Hamilton, the flag bearer at the 1980...
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2020 USATF Indoor Championships TV, live stream schedule
Christian Coleman is among a host of Olympic and world medalists competing at the USATF Indoor Championships, live on NBC Sports.
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2020 World Luge Championships TV, live stream schedule
Chris Mazdzer, the Olympic medalist and reality TV star who has missed some time this season with a neck injury, will be back in action in the luge world championships this weekend.
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Olympic curling champion forms mixed doubles team with 12-year-old daughter
Brad Gushue, the 2006 gold medalist skip in men‘s curling, is playing a mixed doubles tournament with his daughter, who wasn‘t born when he won gold.
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Salt Lake City civic leaders and athletes band together for possible bid to host Olympics again
Salt Lake City, which hosted the 2002 Winter Games, has stepped up preparation for a 2030 or 2034 bid by forming a committee of Olympians and civic leaders.
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Vancouver celebrates 10 years as an official Olympic city
Vancouver and Whistler continue to use their Olympic venues 10 years after an opening ceremony with one glitch amid some dazzling moments.
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Olympic BMX hopeful in medically-induced coma after crash
Kai Sakakibara, an Australian Olympic BMX hopeful, is in a medically-induced coma after a weekend racing accident.
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2020 World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships TV, live stream schedule
Americans Brittany Bowe and Joey Mantia go for gold on home ice at the world single distances championships on NBC Sports.
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J’den Cox challenges Kyle Snyder for Olympic wrestling spot
J'den Cox, a two-time world champion, must beat Olympic champion Kyle Snyder to make the Tokyo 2020 team.
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2020 World Biathlon Championships TV, live stream schedule
Watch the world biathlon championships live on NBC Sports and Olympic Channel.
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Will LeBron James play at the Olympics? He doesn’t know
Neither LeBron James nor a potentially more valuable Team USA player from the Los Angeles Lakers is committing to the Olympics.
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Olympic women’s basketball field set; U.S. eyes record-tying seventh straight title
The U.S. is joined by all but one team from the world top 10 in the Olympic women's basketball tournament.
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First four U.S. shooters qualify for Olympics; Ginny Thrasher will not defend Rio title
Two shooters born in 2001 qualified for the U.S. Olympic team.
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LeBron James, Stephen Curry lead finalists for Olympic men’s basketball roster
USA Basketball will later name a 12-man Olympic roster, looking to better its seventh-place finish at the FIBA World Cup.
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Teddy Riner, French judoka, loses for first time since 2010
French judoka Teddy Riner was a little relieved to suffer his first lost in nearly a decade.
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Sofia Goggia, Viktoria Rebensburg suffer season-ending crashes in super-G
Sofia Goggia and Viktoria Rebensburg, Olympic Alpine skiing gold medalists, will miss the rest of the season after crashes.
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Yuzuru Hanyu's Four Continents free skate
Two-time Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu attempted four quadruple jumps in his free skate at the Four Continents Championships, which he won over by almost 25 points.
Elle Purrier runs second-fastest indoor mile in history
Elle Purrier went from milking cows to breaking a 37-year-old American indoor mile record.
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Yuzuru Hanyu wins Four Continents; next: world championships and Nathan Chen
Yuzuru Hanyu completed his set of major figure skating championships medals with a Four Continents title.
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Mondo Duplantis breaks pole vault world record
Mondo Duplantis, 20, broke Renaud Lavillenie's six-year-old world pole vault record.
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Elle Purrier breaks American indoor mile record
Elie Purrier ran the the second fastest indoor mile in history, breaking Mary Decker's 37-year-old American record.
Ajee Wilson breaks her own American record in 800m
Ajee Wilson breaks her own American record in the women's 800m at the 2020 Millrose Games.
Donavan Brazier, after another U.S. 800m record, looks to David Rudisha
Donavan Brazier, Ajee Wilson and Elle Purrier broke American records at the Millrose Games.
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Donavan Brazier sets American record in 800m
Donavan Brazier blazes to the front of the pack as he wins the men's 800m and sets an American record during the 2020 Millrose Games.
Mondo Duplantis breaks pole vault world record
Armand "Mondo" Duplantis set a pole vault world record when he cleared 6.17 meters in Torun, Poland.
Oliver squeaks by to win Millrose women's 60m
Javianne Oliver barely edges the competition to win the Millrose Games women's 60m by 0.03 of a second.
French skating chief resigns amid sexual abuse scandal
France’s skating federation chief resigned amid suspicions that he covered up for a coach accused of rape and sexual abuse by former figure skaters.
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U.S. women’s soccer team qualifies for Olympics; tough decisions ahead
The U.S. women's soccer team beat Mexico to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics, but now it faces roster decisions.
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Remembering Jeff Shiffrin: A video tribute to Mikaela’s father
Mikaela Shiffrin is a hero to many young skiers. Her father was a hero to her.
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Kemoy Campbell: Gift of Life
Jamaican runner Kemoy Campbell revisits The Armory one year after he collapsed during the men's 3000m in the 2019 Millrose Games.
WNBA stars are candidates for U.S. Olympic 3×3 qualifying team
WNBA All-Stars and recent NCAA standouts are in the player pool for the Olympic 3x3 qualifyng tournament team.
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A tribute to Mikaela Shiffrin's father Jeff
Tim Layden remembers Jeff Shiffrin: the quiet, constant rock in Mikaela Shiffrin's life.
Reddit hosts Olympic AMAs with Tokyo hopefuls
Reddit is hosting Ask Me Anything (AMA) events every Tuesday with U.S. Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls.
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Yuzuru Hanyu breaks world record at Four Continents; Chock, Bates win ice dance
Yuzuru Hanyu is skating at what is expected to be his last competition before facing Nathan Chen at the world championships.
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Usain Bolt on Kobe Bryant, fatherhood and Tyreek Hill’s Olympic outlook
Usain Bolt explained why he would not want his child to go into sprinting.
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