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Justin Gatlin, Noah Lyles headline U.S. roster for IAAF World Relays
The event returns this year after in a new location.
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How to watch 2019 London Marathon
Male and female world-record holders are in action.
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Asbel Kiprop, Olympic 1500m champ, banned four years
Asbel Kiprop has vehemently denied wrongdoing for the last year.
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Maggie Nichols is second woman in 20 years to repeat as NCAA all-around champ
The last woman to do it is an Olympic silver medalist.
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IOC pledges €500,000 to help restore Notre Dame ahead of 2024 Olympics
A goal has been set to restore the cathedral before the 2024 Olympics.
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Patrick Kane joined by NHL All-Stars on world championship roster
The U.S. is trying to end a drought dating to 1933.
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Surfing world champion Gabriel Medina’s birthday bond with Neymar
Brazil has become the world's top nation in men's surfing.
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Nathan Chen, Alina Zagitova among the top takeaways for the figure skating season
A look back at the accomplishments during the figure skating season, and determining what’s to come in the 2019-20 season.
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Breanna Stewart to miss entire WNBA season with Achilles injury
Stewart went from a small role in Rio to the greatest player in the world the last two years.
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Caster Semenya leads Olympians in Time 100; streak hits 16 years
One Olympian made the list for a fourth time.
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Francine Niyonsaba, Olympic 800m silver medalist, also has testosterone condition
“I know people talk, talk, talk about me,” Niyonsaba said.
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Michael Phelps details Masters experience, nearly losing to 11-year-old in Q&A
How fast can the 28-time Olympic medalist run a 5K?
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Yale student and world champion Nathan Chen finds time for Stars on Ice
Instead of taking a break now that the figure skating season has wound down, Yale freshman Nathan Chen will participate in shows with the Stars on Ice tour.
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When Boston Marathon turned into a sprint, Cherono was ready
BOSTON (AP) Sometimes a race is both a marathon and a sprint. Lawrence Cherono paced himself for 26 miles from Hopkinton to Boston, making the turn from Hereford Street for the last 600 meters on Boylston...
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Women’s wrestling to cap competition at Tokyo Games
TOKYO (AP) The wrestling tournament at the Tokyo Olympics will end with a women’s freestyle gold medal match during six of the seven days of competition in various weight classes. The Tokyo Organizing...
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Madisyn Cox sues after swimming suspension over multivitamin
The world medalist missed the biggest international meets of 2018 and 2019.
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Jamaican Olympic bobsledder’s provisional suspension lifted
A pre-Olympic drug test was the crux of the matter.
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Tokyo 2020 Olympic master competition schedule
Competition again begins before the Opening Ceremony.
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Des Linden cracks open beer after satisfying Boston Marathon, future unclear
Linden thought of a teammate who continues to battle cancer.
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Jimmie Johnson just misses Boston Marathon goal, eyes return
The seven-time NASCAR Cup champion did get bragging rights over a former rival.
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Shalane Flanagan may need surgery as she sits out Boston Marathon
The four-time Olympian is transitioning into a new role in the sport.
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Lawrence Cherono wins Boston Marathon in third-closest finish ever
The U.S. put two women in the top five.
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2019 Boston Marathon results
Top-10 and notable finishers from the world's oldest annual marathon.
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Tiger Woods re-enters projected Olympic golf field
The Olympic golf field will be very exclusive for Americans.
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2019 Boston Marathon finish-line camera
How to watch all of Monday morning and afternoon's finishers.
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WATCH LIVE: 2019 Boston Marathon
Stream links for the world's oldest annual 26.2-mile race.
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Team Paradise defeats home favorites at World Synchronized Skating Championships
The U.S. teams finished in sixth and eighth place.
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Team USA wins fourth World Team Trophy title
The ladies' competition featured two more triple Axel attempts.
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Team Paradise leads after short program at World Synchronized Skating Championships
The five-time and defending world champions Marigold Ice Unity are looking for another title, this time on home ice.
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Team USA extends lead on second day at World Team Trophy
Zhou's free skate was significant as he became the first man to land a clean quadruple Lutz with his arms extended over his head -- or "Rippon" style. 
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Day for Dreams: Meb's marathon win healed Boston
A year after the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, Meb Keflezighi became the first American man to win Boston since 1983 in an emotional victory.
Djangbaev is sixth world weightlifting medalist to fail drug test
BUDAPEST, Hungary — Uzbekistan weightlifter Rustam Djangabaev has been suspended after failing a drug test, becoming the sixth medalist from last year’s world championships to do so. The...
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Japan Olympic minister resigns over disaster gaffe
TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s Olympic minister resigned Wednesday after making remarks deemed offensive to the people affected by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, a gaffe that had questioned his credentials....
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U.S. advances to semifinals with win over Japan
Kendall Coyne Schofield scored a tournament-leading fifth goal to help the U.S. beat Japan 4-0 and advance to the semifinals of the women's world championship.
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Team USA leads World Team Trophy after first day of competition
The U.S. men, ladies and ice dancers combined for a two-point lead over the rest of the field at the World Team Trophy, an event they have won three times.
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How to watch the World Synchronized Championships
The Haydenettes are making their 20th consecutive worlds appearance.
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Pro swim league to debut in U.S., Europe
LOS ANGELES — A new professional league for elite swimmers will debut this year with U.S. and foreign-based teams competing in a mixed gender format with athletes being paid. Five-time Olympic...
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How to watch the World Team Trophy
Figure skating's World Team Trophy kicks will stream on NBC Sports Gold's "Figure Skating Pass."
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Caroline Marks wins first World Surf League title
The youngest competitor on the world tour at 17, Marks beat Moore by 13.83 points to 11.67 in tricky conditions in the final to clinch the Boost Mobile Pro on the Duranbah Beach break.
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Katie Ledecky headlines TYR Pro Swim Series this week
Five-time Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky will compete at this week's TYR Pro Swim Series in Richmond, Virginia.
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Former world race walk champion Bakulin in new doping case
Russian race walker Sergei Bakulin, who has previously been stripped of a world title for taking performance-enhancing drugs, has been accused of doping again.
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US edges Canada 3-2 in women’s hockey worlds in Finland
Annie Pankowski scored the winning goal on a second-period power play Saturday, leading the United States to a 3-2 victory over Canada at the women’s world hockey championships.
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Two-time Olympic medalist Jennifer Rodriguez to be inducted into National Speed Skating Hall of Fame
Rodriguez made her Olympic debut at the 1998 Nagano Olympics, where she also became the first Cuban-Amerian to compete in the Games. 
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Relive Mikaela Shiffrin’s record-breaking 2018-19 season on Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA
Following alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin’s historic 2018-19 season, Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA will commemorate her record-breaking campaign by re-airing 20 races.
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Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir takes break for fundraiser
For his show appearances this weekend, Weir said, “I’ll be pulling out an old fan favorite that I hope makes the audience smile.”
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Officials: No known threats to Boston Marathon, but caution urged
Officials warn against complacency six years after two bombs near the finish line killed three spectators and wounded more than 200.
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Michelle Kwan jokes about Nathan Chen’s skateboarding across Yale University campus
Michelle Kwan worried about Nathan Chen's use of a skateboard on the Yale University campus.
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Morgan Hurd, Sam Mikulak to compete this weekend in Tokyo
U.S. gymnasts Morgan Hurd and Sam Mikulak will compete this weekend at the all-around World Cup in Tokyo.
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‘I still love the sport’ – Maggie Nichols pushes on after Nassar
Nichols is one of several high-profile Nassar survivors determined to help propel the sport forward through advocacy, education and compassion.
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Tennis matches shortened at Olympics to reduce player strain
They will come into effect for the 2020 Games in Tokyo.
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