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NHK Trophy, Alpine skiing highlight NBC Sports winter sports programming
TV and live stream schedules for NHK Trophy figure skating and the Alpine skiing World Cup on NBC Sports and Peacock Premium.
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More weightlifters stripped of Olympic medals for doping
Two more weightlifters have been stripped of 2012 Olympic medals for doping.
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Figure skating junior worlds canceled; speed skating hub set
The 2021 World Junior Figure Skating Championships scheduled for early March in Harbin, China, have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Austrian, Swiss Alpine skiers to miss World Cup stop after testing positive for coronavirus
Austrian Marco Schwarz and three Swiss male skiers will miss Friday's Alpine skiing World Cup stop after testing positive for the coronavirus.
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Daisuke Takahashi starts anew, eyeing unprecedented Olympic figure skating feat
Japan figure skater Daisuke Takahashi makes his ice dance debut with Kana Muramoto at NHK Trophy, streaming live on Peacock Premium.
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2021 Diamond League schedule released; Prefontaine Classic shifts
The Prefontaine Classic shifts from its usual date in late spring to after the Olympics in 2021 in a new Diamond League schedule.
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NBC Sports to air World Athletics championships meets through 2029
NBC Sports will air track and field's biggest meets through 2029, extending its partnership with World Athletics.
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Kendall Coyne Schofield joins Chicago Blackhawks as development coach
U.S. national team captain Kendall Coyne Schofield was hired by the Chicago Blackhawks as its first female player development coach.
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Klay Thompson’s injury raises big-picture thoughts about U.S. Olympic roster
Klay Thompson appears set to miss the Olympics due to injury. Which other NBA superstars will also miss the Tokyo Games due to timing?
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Petra Vlhova wins fifth straight slalom; Mikaela Shiffrin just off podium
Petra Vlhova won her fifth straight World Cup slalom, while Mikaela Shiffrin's streak of 17 straight World Cup slalom podiums ended.
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Vlhova wins fifth straight World Cup slalom
Petra Vlhova wins her fifth consecutive World Cup slalom, edging Michelle Gisin by .31 of a second in Levi.
Shiffrin finishes fourth, snaps slalom podium run
Mikaela Shiffrin's streak of 17 straight slalom World Cup podiums comes to an end in Levi with a fourth-place finish.
Elana Meyers Taylor, Lolo Jones return to U.S. bobsled team
Elana Meyers Taylor and Lolo Jones returned to the U.S. bobsled national team for the upcoming season after absences.
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John Daly, out of second retirement, wins U.S. skeleton trials
U.S. Olympian John Daly came out of a near-three-year retirement -- his second time leaving the sport of skeleton -- to win national team selection races.
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Yelizaveta Tuktamysheva upsets teens for Rostelecom Cup title
Yelizaveta Tuktamysheva won the Rostelecom Cup over Aliona Kostornaya in the biggest women's figure skating competition so far this season.
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Mikaela Shiffrin runner-up in first World Cup in 300 days
Mikaela Shiffrin finished second to Petra Vlhova in a slalom in her first World Cup race in 300 days.
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Caeleb Dressel breaks two short-course world records in one hour
Caeleb Dressel broke two short-course world records in an hour in the International Swimming League final in Budapest on Saturday.
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Malaika Mihambo, world long jump champion, targets Olympic 100m
World long jump champion Malaika Mihambo of Germany wants to double up with the 100m at the Tokyo Olympics next summer.
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Shiffrin second behind Vlhova in World Cup return
Mikaela Shiffrin races for the first time in 300 days and finishes runner-up to Petra Vlhova at a World Cup slalom in Levi, Finland.
Skating colleagues remember Sergei Grinkov, 25 years after his death
On Nov. 20, 1995, two-time Olympic pairs champion Sergei Grinkov, aged 28, died of a heart attack in Lake Placid, New York.
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Remembering Olympic champion Sergei Grinkov
Two-time Olympic pairs figure skating champion Ekaterina "Katia" Gordeeva recalls the death of her husband and skating partner, Sergei Grinkov.
'Scarred yet standing,' Shiffrin returns to slopes
After coping with her father's death, overcoming adversity and training amid the pandemic, Mikaela Shiffrin is ready to emerge from darkness and make a triumphant return to skiing.
Aliona Kostornaya tops Rostelecom Cup short program
Aliona Kostornaya outscored Aleksandra Trusova in the Rostelecom Cup short program in a battle of Russian Olympic medal favorites.
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Copper Mountain event canceled; snowboard world awaits Shaun White, Chloe Kim returns
The return of Shaun White and Chloe Kim to snowboard contests will not happen at the U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain, Colo., which has been canceled.
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Anna Shcherbakova, Russian champ, out of Rostelecom Cup
Anna Shcherbakova, the two-time reigning Russian national figure skating champion, withdrew on the morning of the start of Rostelecom Cup.
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Mikaela Shiffrin readies for re-emergence in familiar place during unfamiliar time
Two times this weekend, Mikaela Shiffrin will contest World Cup slalom ski races in the Finnish Lapland fell of Levi. It is a familiar place, in a familiar world. Except that in this moment, everything is...
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Grateful Mikaela Shiffrin returns to World Cup, 300 days since last race
Mikaela Shiffrin races for the first time in 300 days in World Cup slaloms in Levi, Finland, live on TV and streaming this weekend.
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Sweden skiers, including world silver medalist, out of Levi slaloms due to quarantine
No Swedish skiers can compete in this weekend's World Cup slaloms after a team manager tested positive for the coronavirus.
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Salt Lake City group, USOPC pen letters to IOC president on potential Olympic bid
The USOPC and a group looking to bring the Winter Games back to Salt Lake City sent letters to IOC president Thomas Bach last month.
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Who is the Olympic women’s figure skating favorite? Watch this week.
The early Olympic women's figure skating favorites compete this week at Rostelecom Cup, live on Peacock Premium.
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USOPC unveils athlete marketing program for Olympic, Paralympic hopefuls
U.S. Olympic hopefuls will be able to cut their own deals with the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee’s marketing partners.
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Caster Semenya takes new step in appeal
Two-time Olympic 800m champion Caster Semenya's lawyer said her team will take her case to the European Court of Human Rights.
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Johnny Weir finishes Dancing with the Stars run in semifinals
Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir finished sixth on "Dancing with the Stars" with partner Britt Stewart, eliminated one week before the finals.
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Conseslus Kipruto, Olympic steeplechase champion, pleads not guilty to ‘defilement’
Olympic steeplechase champion Conseslus Kipruto of Kenya has been charged with having sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old girl and pled not guilty.
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Shayna Jack, Australian swimmer, banned 2 years in doping case
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack received a two-year ban for non-intentional doping, ruling her out of competition through the Tokyo Olympic entry deadline.
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Yevgenia Medvedeva out of Rostelecom Cup
Yevgenia Medvedeva, the Olympic silver medalist and two-time world champion, is out of this week's Rostelecom Cup while reportedly recovering from injury.
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Tokyo Olympic participants encouraged to get vaccine, Thomas Bach says
Tokyo Olympic “participants” and fans will be encouraged to be vaccinated to protect the Japanese public, IOC President Thomas Bach said.
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Led by Chen and Tennell, Team Tara wins Las Vegas Invitational
Nathan Chen performed a quad loop for the first time in three years.
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Bradie Tennell Las Vegas Invitational free skate
Bradie Tennell's free skate performance earned the highest score among the women - 140.14 - at the Las Vegas Invitational. Tennell's Team Tara won the event.
Dominic Thiem’s Olympic plans change
Dominic Thiem, the world No. 3 male tennis player, plans to play in the 2021 Olympics now that the Austrian Open will not overlap with the Tokyo Games.
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Ryan Lochte on U.S. Open: ‘Probably my worst meet ever’
Ryan Lochte is mad, and that’s rare, miffed at his times in his first swim meet in eight months. Lochte competed at the U.S. Open.
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Elijah Manangoi, world 1500m champion, banned through Tokyo Olympics
Elijah Manangoi, the 2017 World 1500m champion, was banned for two years, through the Tokyo Olympics, for missing drug tests.
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Claire Curzan, 16, flies into the Olympic swimming picture
Claire Curzan, 16, swam the fastest 100m butterfly for a U.S. woman since the start of 2019 at the U.S. Open, putting her in Olympic contention.
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Curzan wins 100m butterfly heat at U.S. Open
Claire Curzan wins her 100m butterfly heat at the Toyota U.S. Open with the third fastest time in the world in 2020.
Chase Kalisz wins at U.S. Open in Olympic Trials preview
Ryan Lochte is on the comeback. Carson Foster is on the rise. But Chase Kalisz is still the U.S.' best individual medley swimmer.
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Top U.S. skaters return to competition ice for Las Vegas Invitational
Nathan Chen, Alysa Liu represent Team Tara and Team Johnny Nov. 15 on NBC.
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Kalisz hangs on to dominate 200IM heat at US Open
Chase Kalisz earns the top spot in the 200IM heat at Greensboro's US Open stop after holding off Jay Litherland to finish first in just under two minutes.
An Olympics in 2021 gives teenage swimmers one more year to surface
Swimming's U.S. Open is a chance for teenagers to shine ahead of the Olympic Trials. NBC Sports has weekend TV and streaming coverage.
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2020 U.S. Open swimming TV, live stream schedule
A TV and live stream schedule for the U.S. Open swim meet, featuring Ryan Lochte and live on NBC Sports and Olympic Channel.
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Reality check: Audrey Shin is what’s happening in U.S. women’s skating
The 16-year-old earned bronze in her senior debut at Skate America.
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