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President Biden will not send dignitary delegation to Beijing Winter Olympics, supports USA athletes
The U.S. will not send a diplomatic delegation to the Olympics, while President Joe Biden's administration gives U.S. athletes headed to Beijing support.
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Shaun White’s Olympic-size task: learn the trick that put him in a hospital
Shaun White, bidding for a fifth Olympics and a fourth gold medal, might need to go bigger than ever to win the halfpipe. The sport just changed.
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Robin Lehner, Vegas Golden Knights goalie, to miss Olympics
Vegas Golden Knights goalie Robin Lehner said he will not play for Sweden at the Beijing Olympics, citing mental health.
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U.S. men break speed skating world record
U.S. speed skaters Joey Mantia, Emery Lehman and Casey Dawson broke the world record in the men’s team pursuit with a time of 3:34.47.to close out the World Cup in Salt Lake City on Sunday.
Freeski Big Air: Svancer wins with daring maneuver
Austrian teenager Matej Svancer threw a nosebutter triple cork 1980 safety -- for the first time -- to win his second straight big air World Cup title in Steamboat.
Sofia Goggia notches another Lindsey Vonn feat at Lake Louise; Mikaela Shiffrin improves
Italian Sofia Goggia became the third woman to sweep the Alpine skiing World Cup races at Lake Louise, winning the super-G on Sunday.
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U.S. men break speed skating world record
U.S. speed skaters Joey Mantia, Emery Lehman and Casey Dawson broke the world record in the men's team pursuit.
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Su is 1st Chinese snowboarder to win WC big air
Chinese 17-year-old Su Yiming threw down a pair of 1800s to secure the Snowboard World Cup big air title at Steamboat. He is the first rider from China to ever win a World Cup big air competition.
Iwabuchi backside 1260 seals World Cup big air win
Japanese 19-year-old Reira Iwabuchi, who placed fourth at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, lands a backside 1260 in her final run to claim the Snowboard World Cup big air title at Steamboat.
Shiffrin takes sixth in super-G season opener
American Mikaela Shiffrin got off to strong start in her first World Cup super-G in 22 months, but ultimately finished sixth in Lake Louise.
Goggia finishes Lake Louise sweep with super-G win
Sofia Goggia became the third woman to sweep the Alpine skiing World Cup races at Lake Louise, following downhill wins on the first two days with the super-G gold. The 2018 Olympic downhill champion won by...
Mantia breaks age record in speed skating 1500m
Florida native Joey Mantia turns on the jets to win the World Cup speed skating 1500m race in Salt Lake City and set the record as the oldest man to win a non-distance World Cup speed skating race.
Humphries wins two-woman bobsled World Cup race
American Kaillie Humphries wins her first two-woman bobsled World Cup race of the season by .04 seconds with push athlete/brakewoman Kaysha Love in Altenberg, Germany. She is two-for-two as an American...
Gu pulls off double cork 1440 on final Big Air run
Eileen Gu of China stomps a double cork 1440 on her final run in a dominant performance to win Freeski Big Air in Steamboat.
Hall throws down 1980 to claim Big Air silver
On his final run, USA's Alex Hall throws down a 1980 with his signature grab to claim silver in Freeski Big Air.
Kaillie Humphries wins in first bobsled races as U.S. citizen
Kaillie Humphries, who became a U.S. citizen and Olympic eligible on Thursday, won both bobsled races this weekend.
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Regan Smith wins 200m double in fly, backstroke
Regan Smith claims victory in the 200-meter backstroke and 200-meter butterfly on the same day at the U.S. Open Championship in Greensboro, NC.
Ledecky obliterates 1500m, wins by 36 seconds
Katie Ledecky dominates the field in her signature event, winning the 1500m free by 36 seconds, capping an undefeated run at the U.S. Open Championship in Greensboro, NC.
Katie Ledecky wins by 36 seconds to cap undefeated U.S. Open
Katie Ledecky won all four of her events at her first swim meet since the Tokyo Olympics, capping it with a 36-second victory in the 1500m freestyle.
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Joey Mantia breaks age records with speed skating World Cup win
American Joey Mantia shattered the record for oldest man to win a non-distance World Cup speed skating race, taking a 1500m.
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Sofia Goggia matches Lindsey Vonn, Picabo Street with Lake Louise win
Sofia Goggia won an Alpine skiing World Cup downhill in Lake Louise to tie the streaks of Lindsey Vonn and Picabo Street.
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Goggia, Johnson go 1-2 again in World Cup downhill
Reigning Olympic champ Sofia Goggia of Italy established herself as the season's early frontrunner with a second straight Lake Louise victory and 10th World Cup downhill win. USA's Breezy Johnson again...
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, now Attacking Vikings leader, wins again in Beaver Creek
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde won for the second straight day on the Alpine skiing World Cup, taking a downhill in Beaver Creek.
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World Cup Beaver Creek: Kilde wins downhill gold
Norway's Aleksander Aamodt Kilde took the win in the men's downhill event at the FIS World Cup in Beaver Creek, Colorado, a day after winning the super-G.
American Olivia Giaccio ends Perrine Laffont’s moguls win streak
American Olivia Giaccio handed Olympic champion Perrine Laffont her first moguls defeat in nearly three years.
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Giaccio earns first World Cup win in moguls opener
American Olivia Giaccio ended Olympic champion Perrine Laffont's win streak with her first World Cup victory at the moguls season opener in Ruka, Finland.
Humphries gets first win as a U.S. citizen
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Kaillie Humphries narrowly won the women's monobob at the IBSF World Cup stop in Altenberg, Germany, her first race since being sworn in as an American citizen two days...
Kjetil Jansrud, Olympic ski champ, sidelined by knee injury after Beaver Creek crash
Five-time Olympic Alpine skiing medalist Kjetil Jansrud is sidelined by a knee ligament injury resulting from his crash in Beaver Creek.
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Regan Smith crushes 100m backstroke at U.S. Open
Olympic bronze medalist Regan Smith dominates and wins the 100-meter backstroke at the U.S. Open Championship in Greensboro, NC.
Katie Ledecky gets third win at U.S. Open
Katie Ledecky earned her third win in as many nights at the U.S. Open, her first swim meet since the Tokyo Olympics and a cross-country move.
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Ledecky sprints to 200m free meet record and win
Katie Ledecky sets the meet record in her 200-meter freestyle win at the 2021 U.S. Open Championship in Greensboro, NC.
Finke makes another comeback in US Open 400m IM
Bobby Finke shows why he's the comeback kid once again, overtaking Baylor Nelson in the final moments to win the men's 400m Individual Medley at the U.S. Open.
Travis Ganong gets first World Cup super-G podium; Norwegian Kilde wins
American Travis Ganong earned his first World Cup super-G podium, while Norwegian star Kjetil Jansrud crashed and skied off in Beaver Creek.
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Erin Jackson continues speed skating ascent with American record; world record falls
Olympic favorite Erin Jackson broke an eight-year-old American record in the 500m at a speed skating World Cup in Salt Lake City.
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Aja Evans, Olympic medalist bobsledder, suffers facial cuts in training accident
U.S. bobsled push athlete and Olympic hopeful Aja Evans was hospitalized in Germany after she suffered facial lacerations during a training accident.
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Sofia Goggia wins Lake Louise downhill in historic rout
Sofia Goggia channeled downhill legends Lindsey Vonn and Annemarie Moser-Pröll in dominating the first World Cup speed race of the Olympic season.
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Goggia wins Lake Louise downhill, Johnson 2nd
Reigning Olympic gold medalist Sofia Goggia of Italy won the women’s downhill World Cup opener in Lake Louise, Canada, finishing 1.47 seconds ahead of American Breezy Johnson, who took second.
Jackson breaks 500m American record in Salt Lake
Team USA's Erin Jackson picked up her third-straight 500m World Cup win to start the season, clocking an American record of 36.809 in Salt Lake City for good measure.
USA's Ganong 3rd in Beaver Creek super-G
U.S. Alpine skier Travis Ganong placed third in Beaver Creek for his first career super-G podium. The event was won by Norway's Aleksander Kilde, who finished just .03 seconds ahead of Switzerland's Marco...
Jansrud's crash delays Beaver Creek super-G
Norway's Kjetil Jansrud went down after a hard crash in the men's super-G competition at Beaver Creek, briefly delaying the event while he was attended to.
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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In speed skater Erin Jackson’s story, here are chapter and verse
The inline and roller derby skater has made a meteoric rise to Olympian and three-time World Cup gold medalist on the ice.
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Lamine Diack, ex-track and field chief convicted of corruption, dies at 88
Lamine Diack, the track and field leader convicted of extorting money from athletes and accused of taking bribes in an Olympic hosting vote, has died.
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Kaillie Humphries cleared to bobsled at Olympics for U.S.
Olympic champion Kaillie Humphries has been cleared to bobsled for the U.S. at the Beijing Winter Games in February after switching from Canada.
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Marco Odermatt wins Beaver Creek super-G after stars ski out
Swiss Marco Odermatt won a super-G on the first of four consecutive days of racing at an Alpine skiing World Cup stop in Beaver Creek.
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Shot putter C.J. Hunter dies at 52
C.J. Hunter, an Olympic shot putter who was suspended as part of what became the BALCO scandal, died Sunday at age 52.
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WTA suspends tennis tournaments in China over Peng Shuai
The WTA says it is suspending women's tennis tournaments in China because of concern about Peng Shuai’s safety.
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Grand Prix Final figure skating event canceled due to coronavirus
The Grand Prix Final, figure skating's top pre-Olympic competition, has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Katie Ledecky wins first race since Olympics by 11 seconds, has 24 fastest times ever
Katie Ledecky won at swimming's U.S. Open in her first race since the Tokyo Olympics.
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Karsten Warholm, Elaine Thompson-Herah named World Athletics Athletes of the Year
Norwegian Karsten Warholm and Jamaican Elaine Thompson-Herah were named World Athletics Athletes of the Year on Wednesday.
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