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Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir retire from ice dance competition
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir retired with a first-of-their-kind experience.
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Keegan Messing ‘glad’ to have held Japanese flag for Yuzuru Hanyu
The next time Hanyu’s and Messing’s paths could cross is at December’s Grand Prix Final, should they both qualify.  
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SafeSport: Olympic sports sex abuse, misconduct claims rise sharply in 2019
SafeSport gets 239 reports a month, compared to 154 during a typical month last year.
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Kaillie Humphries loses bid to bobsled for U.S.
Bobsleigh Canada refuses to grant Kaillie Humphries' request to be released.
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Susie O’Neill in tears watching 2000 Olympic butterfly final for first time
Susie O'Neill said she felt like a failure for taking silver in her signature race at her home Olympics.
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World champion, Olympic medalist to miss 1500m at track worlds
Kenya is favored to win the world title again despite missing the reigning champion.
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Alysia Montaño to receive medals several years after being cheated out of them
Alysia Montano said the IAAF took bribes from the athletes who were doping during her era.
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U.S. roster for world track and field championships
Christian Coleman and Noah Lyles headline the U.S. team for the world championships.
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Allyson Felix named to US 4×400 relay pool for worlds
Decorated U.S. sprinter Allyson Felix will be part of the 4x400 relay pool for the world championships as she rounds into elite form after giving birth.
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South African sprinter Carina Horn fails doping test
One of Africa's fastest female sprinters, Carina Horn, has been suspended for failing a doping test.
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The Wrap from Day 3 of the World Wrestling Championships
The U.S. missed chances to qualify for the six Olympic weight classes for Tokyo 2020.
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Jordan Burroughs ready to fight at 2019 World Wrestling Championships
Five-time World and Olympic champion Jordan Burroughs enters a unique space as he prepares to compete at the 2019 World Championships in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.
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The Wrap from Day 2 of the World Wrestling Championships
The U.S. Greco squad is slowly but surely improving after last year's disappointment in Budapest.
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Leanne Smith leads U.S. gold medalists at para swim worlds
Four U.S. swimmers came home with multiple gold medals.
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Heimana Reynolds wins skateboard world title, nears an Olympic goal from age 10
Heimana Reynolds reportedly said in a TV profile when he was 10 that his goal was to make the Olympics.
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Primoz Roglic, ex-ski jumper, wins Vuelta a Espana
Primoz Roglic became the first Slovenian Grand Tour winner at the Vuelta a Espana.
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Spain crushes Argentina for FIBA World Cup title
Spain held Argentina's two stars in check for its second global title.
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The Wrap from Day 1 of the World Championships
NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan — Matt Lindland sees progress taking place within the United States Greco-Roman program. He sees accountability and ownership. He sees a desire to compete with the global Greco powers...
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Sky Brown, 11 years old, is third at world skateboarding championships ahead of Olympic debut
Sky Brown, 11, is en route to becoming the youngest female Summer Olympian in 50 years.
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Shaun White eliminated from world skateboarding championships, to decide future
Shaun White faces an uphill climb to make the first Olympic skateboarding team.
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Yuzuru Hanyu opens season with win; Nathan Chen challenge coming
Yuzuru Hanyu won the Autumn Classic against a field lacking the world's best.
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Primoz Roglic, ex-ski jumper, set to win Vuelta a Espana
Primoz Roglic will become the first Slovenian to win a Grand Tour at the Vuelta a Espana.
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Gregg Popovich: It’s arrogant to blame U.S. for not winning gold
Gregg Popovich reflected after guiding the U.S. to its worst-ever tournament result.
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U.S. finishes FIBA World Cup in seventh place
The U.S. had its worst-ever tournament result at the FIBA World Cup.
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Rika Kihira denies Yevgenia Medvedeva first win in two years
Rika Kihira landed triple Axels in both programs to win the Autumn Classic.
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Feds probe sex abuse in U.S. Olympic organizations
Investigators are looking into the way the USOPC and NGBs handled sex-abuse allegations.
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The demands of a World Wrestling Champion are unlike anything else
With 57 World or Olympic champions since 1960, look back at Team USA's elite wrestling history on the world stage.
Storylines to follow during the 2019 World Wrestling Championships
London gold medalist Jordan Burroughs chases his sixth World title at the 2019 World Wrestling Championships in Kazakhstan.
Michelle Akers’ Olympic, World Cup gold medals being auctioned
Michelle Akers retired as the U.S.' No. 2 all-time goal scorer.
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Four Nations Cup, top annual women’s hockey tournament, is canceled
The Four Nations Cup features the U.S., Canada, Sweden and Finland.
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Kobe Bryant: The 1992 Dream Team days are over
Kobe Bryant talks USA Basketball and their early knockout in the FIBA quarterfinals, admitting the entire world has caught up to the talent of the U.S.
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Spain, Argentina turn back the clock to meet for FIBA World Cup title
Spain and Argentina, two former global champs, will play for gold in China.
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Kaillie Humphries wants to bobsled for U.S. after harassment, abuse claims
Kaillie Humphries, a two-time Olympic champion, wants to leave Canada's program.
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2019 World Wrestling Championships TV, live stream schedule
Olympic Channel airs live coverage of every finals session.
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Jerry Colangelo: I will remember who did not show up for World Cup
Jerry Colangelo said, he will "remember who you thought you were going to war with and who didn’t show up."
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U.S. men’s basketball team loses again for worst-ever tourney result
The U.S. will finish no better than seventh at the FIBA World Cup.
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China continues big-name Winter Olympic coaching hires with biathlon king
China has hired world champion coaches in several Winter Olympic sports ahead of Beijing 2022.
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Caster Semenya will not attend world championships to receive gold medal
Caster Semenya will receive a 2011 World Championships gold medal after a Russian was stripped.
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Kim Clijsters announces tennis comeback
Kim Clijsters is unretiring after seven years away from pro tennis.
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Christian Coleman speaks out, wants apology over drug-testing matter
Christian Coleman detailed his missed drug tests.
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Michael, Nicole Phelps welcome third baby boy
No Olympian in history has had the first name of any of the Phelps children.
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Matthew Emmons, Olympic champion shooter, retires with three medals
Matt Emmons won a medal of every color, including one after being diagnosed with thryoid cancer.
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U.S. upset by France at FIBA World Cup, first major loss in 13 years
The U.S. won 58 straight games in major competition with NBA players before losing to France.
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Anton Kushnir, Olympic aerials champion, retires to coach
Anton Kushnir was part of a long line of great Belarusian aerialists.
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Every time the U.S. men’s basketball team lost since the Dream Team
The U.S. has lost 10 games in major international tournaments since the Dream Team.
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Argentina upsets Olympic silver medalist Serbia in FIBA World Cup quarterfinals
Argentina gets the U.S. or France in the FIBA World Cup semifinals.
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Genesis of Halep, Comaneci friendship
Simona Halep first met Nadia Comaneci among a group of Romanian sports legends.
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Elizabeth Beisel becomes latest Olympian to compete on ‘Survivor’
Elizabeth Beisel is not the first Olympian to compete on "Survivor."
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Chloe Kim, Princeton student, finds college transition difficult
Chloe Kim says it's uncomfortable having people stare at her in the dining hall.
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U.S. rolls into FIBA World Cup quarterfinals, qualifies for Olympics
The U.S. was one of two nations to qualify for the Olympics on Monday.
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