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Kaetlyn Osmond, figure skating world champion, weighs whether to return
Osmond is the only non-Russian to win an Olympic or world title in four years.
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Surfer Stephanie Gilmore’s path to Olympics joined by Cathy Freeman
The Australian legend faces a fight just to make the Olympic team.
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Mikaela Shiffrin rallies in parallel slalom for third straight World Cup win
Shiffrin is not expected to enter the next World Cup races.
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Chloe Kim makes it five straight wins with Dew Tour title
Chloe Kim capped one of the greatest years in snowboarding history by repeating as Dew Tour champion.
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Brittany Bowe grabs 20th World Cup win, ascends U.S. all-time list
A remarkable comeback after a life-altering injury.
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Caeleb Dressel finishes with nine medals, six gold; U.S. dominates short course worlds
Caeleb Dressel and Kelsi Dahlia each earned nine medals, while Mallory Comerford and Olivia Smoliga racked up eight each.
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Gisin leaves by helicopter after bad crash
Switzerland's Marc Gisin had to be taken to the hospital by helicopter after a scary crash in the men's downhill event at Val Gardena.
Jaelin Kauf grabs first World Cup moguls win of season
No woman has more moguls wins in the last year.
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Marc Gisin flown to hospital after World Cup downhill crash
He received treatment for almost a half-hour.
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Salt Lake City is potential U.S. bid for 2030 Winter Olympics
If the U.S. bids for the 2030 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, it will be with Salt Lake City.
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Senators seek FBI probe of Scott Blackmun, ex-USOC CEO
Blackmun stepped down as USOC CEO after the PyeongChang Olympics.
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Caeleb Dressel takes gold, silver at short course worlds as rival DQed
Two more U.S. Olympians earned individual medals.
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Officials plan to strip Alpine skier of World Cup win for oxygen mask use
It looks like the win will go to a two-time Olympic champion.
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Kaep introduces Olympic legends Smith, Carlos
Colin Kaepernick introduces 1968 Olympic legends John Carlos and Tommie Smith, who recognized the 2018 Jesse Owens Award Male Athlete of the Year at the USATF Night of Legends.
Watch Colin Kaepernick introduce Tommie Smith, John Carlos at USATF Night of Legends
Smith and Carlos presented the Jesse Owens Award to a new star.
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Chad le Clos clips Caeleb Dressel at short course worlds
The U.S. got a surprise gold from another swimmer.
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Russian biathletes questioned in Austria for doping
An Olympic champ is “angry and furious about the witch-hunt that is going on."
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Yuzuru Hanyu to miss Japan Nationals for third straight year
He should still be named to the world championships team.
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Olympic sports on NBC Sports, Olympic Channel this weekend
Olympic champions Ted Ligety and Jessie Diggins headline winter sports action this weekend on NBC Sports, NBC Sports Gold, and Olympic Channel.
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Timothy Goebel elected to U.S. Figure Skating Hall of Fame
Timothy Goebel, who won Olympic bronze on home ice in Salt Lake City, will be elected into the U.S. Figure Skating Hall Fame in January at the U.S. Championships.
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Sam Dorman, Olympic medalist diver, retires
Dorman made more headlines post-Rio for a tattoo.
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Cameron van der Burgh, Olympic breaststroke champ, retires
He is the first African man to win an individual Olympic swimming event.
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Johnny Weir, more Olympians among Google’s trending athletes of 2018
Two Olympians ranked in the top five.
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Sky to end sponsorship of Team Sky cycling team
Team Sky was established in 2009.
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Ryan Murphy leads as U.S. cleans up at swimming short course worlds
An international swimmer turned back the clock for another gold medal.
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Petter Northug, Norway’s brash cross-country skiing star, retires
He once made the king of Norway wait 15 minutes.
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Simone Biles discusses anxiety medicine, therapy in up-and-down year
Simone Biles is an experienced mental-health advocate.
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Mikael Kingsbury named Canada Athlete of the Year
The other four finalists were also very decorated.
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U.S., Europe set Ryder Cup-style track meet
Europe gets to host the meet, which will take place ahead of the 2019 World Championships.
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Dressel leads U.S. to world record in 4X100m relay
The U.S men's 4x100 freestyle swimming team earned gold, and set a new world record at the FINA World Swimming Championships.
U.S. wins gold in women's 4X100m relay
Anchored by Kelsi Dahlia, the U.S. women claimed gold in the 4X100m freestyle relay at the hort-course swimming championships.
U.S. swimmers sweep relays, break world record at short course worlds
Chad le Clos saw one of his world records fall.
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Steven Lopez, Olympic taekwondo champion, removed from banned list
The Lopezes are named as defendants in a sex-trafficking lawsuit.
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USOC fires official as Larry Nassar report released
The report said Alan Ashley knew of Larry Nassar complaints in 2015.
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U.S. figure skating rankings going into national championships
The favorites are clear in three of four disciplines.
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How to watch 2018 World Short Course Swimming Championships
The U.S. team includes Olympic and world champions.
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Lauren Fendrick surprises beach volleyball players with baby video
Fendrick is an Olympian and world silver medalist.
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John Shuster, U.S. beat Sweden in Olympic curling final rematch
It's the first tournament title for the slightly modified U.S. team.
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Mikaela Shiffrin rallies in parallel slalom
Mikaela Shiffrin earned a third straight World Cup win, her fifth in nine races this season and the 48th of her career, taking a parallel slalom in St. Moritz, Switzerland
James and Cipres' Grand Prix Final free skate
In their debut at the event, France's Vanessa James and Morgan Cipres won the Grand Prix Final.
Rika Kihira defeats Alina Zagitova at Grand Prix Final
Kihira became the third Japanese woman to win the event.
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Madison Hubbell, Zachary Donohue win Grand Prix Final ice dance
Only one other U.S. couple has won on this significant of a stage.
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Rika Kihira's Grand Prix Final free skate
In her debut at the Grand Prix Final, 16-year-old Rika Kihira takes the crown.
Alina Zagitova's Grand Prix Final free skate
Last year's Grand Prix Final champion Alina Zagitova said she was dealing with her nerves and higher expectations.
Chloe Kim dominates first halfpipe contest of season after clinic visit
Kim has won four straight contests.
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Chase Josey places third in halfpipe
Chase Josey put together an impressive third run, landing a 90.5 to move into third place at Copper Mountain.
Scotty James' winning run at Copper Mountain
Australian Scotty James posted a 96.75 in his final run to win the men's halfpipe at Copper Mountain.
Mastro can't catch Kim, takes second in halfpipe
Maddie Mastro finished her third run at Copper Mountain with an 85 to move into second place, just behind Chloe Kim.
Toby Miller earns third with second run
Toby Miller temporarily stole the lead from Scotty James with his second run, eventually sliding back into second at Copper Mountain.
Chloe Kim dominates halfpipe at Copper Mountain
Chloe Kim sealed a halfpipe victory with her second run at Copper Mountain, the first contest of the year.
IOC eases off support for esports in Olympics
The IOC has ruled out cooperation with violent games.
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Olympic, world champion swimmers sue FINA
The group includes two Americans.
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Shiffrin wins St. Moritz women's super-G
Mikaela Shiffrin wins the women's super-G at St. Moritz, moving her up the World Cup all-time winners list.