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Yevgenia Medvedeva World Championships free skate
Two-time world champion Yevgenia Medvedeva from Russia almost didn't make the World team this year, but fought for a bronze medal.
Alina Zagitova's World Championship free skate
Alina Zagitova added a world championship title to her young resume, which includes Olympic gold from PyeongChang.
Alina Zagitova wins first World title; Yevgenia Medvedeva earns bronze
Bradie Tennell and Mariah Bell miss earning a third quota spot for the U.S. at next year's World Championships.
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Pole vaulter, 84, sets her sights on more records
An 84-year-old pole vaulter isn't putting her pole down anytime soon.
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Amateur boxing president steps aside during IOC inquiry
With Olympic boxing under investigation by the IOC, the president of the sport's governing body said on Friday he was stepping aside to let an interim leader take charge.
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World champion race walker Alexander Ivanov banned for doping
Russian race walker Alexander Ivanov was stripped of his 2013 world championship title after being found guilty of doping, the country's track federation said Friday.
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Papadakis/Cizeron World Championships rhythm dance
Three-time world champions Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France hold a 4.48-point lead over the ice dance field after the rhythm dance.
Papadakis, Cizeron lead rhythm dance; Americans within striking distance to podium
The top American couple after the rhythm dance is just 0.01 points from bronze medal territory.
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Nathan Chen's World Championships short program
Tara Lipinski, Johnny Weir and Terry Gannon on the call for Nathan Chen's leading short program at the 2019 World Championships.
World Championships ice dance preview: France’s Papadakis, Cizeron vying for title No. 4
After winning their fifth consecutive European title, Papadakis and Cizeron look to be unstoppable at the World Championships.
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Sui and Han's World Championship free skate
The Olympic silver medalists Sui Wenjing and Han Cong from China capture their second World Championship pairs title.
Nathan Chen's Worlds short program
Nathan Chen sets up his World Championship title defense with more than a 10-point margin after the short program.
Nathan Chen on his way to defending World Championship title, Jason Brown in silver medal position
Nathan Chen won the world title in 2018 and is looking to repeat.
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Sui Wenjing, Han Cong recapture world pair title
A top-10 finish meant success for the lone American pair, Ashley Cain and Timothy LeDuc.
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Huston, Zeuner, Schaar head first U.S. skateboarding team
USA Skateboarding announced its first-ever national team of eight men and eight women, including stars Nyjah Huston, Brighton Zeuner and Tom Schaar.
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Tokyo Olympics organizers unveil torch for next year’s games
Tokyo Olympics organizers have unveiled their torch for next year’s games, playing off the image of Japan’s famous cherry blossoms.
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World Championships men’s preview: Can Nathan Chen defend his world title?
Nathan Chen will face a stacked field of competitors at the 2019 World Championships.
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Alina Zagitova first after World Championship short program; drama in pairs’ short
Olympic champion Alina Zagitova could win her first world title.
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World Championships pairs’ preview: Can Vanessa James, Morgan Cipres cement their undefeated season with a win?
The French pair has plenty of momentum ahead of the World Championships, but other contenders could keep them from taking the title.
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How to watch World Figure Skating Championships
The World Championships are in Saitama, Japan from March 18-24.
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Two-time Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu says he is ‘100 percent’ ahead of World Championships
“I’ve been in this position before where I came back from injury before the Olympics and that was valuable experience that will help," said the two-time Olympic gold medalist.
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Simone Biles on her life as a gymnast
Simone Biles discusses getting her start in gymnastics at an early age, using her social media platform to speak out and meeting President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama.
Japanese Olympic Committee head resigns amid bribery scandal
“I have not done anything wrong,” Tsunekazu Takeda said. “I will continue to do my best to clear my name.”
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Olympic champion Florent Manaudou returns to the pool with sights set on Tokyo
Florent Manaudou, who won gold in the 50m free at the London 2012 Games and two silver medals in Rio before taking a hiatus, told L'Equipe he plans to train for the Tokyo 2020 Games with the International...
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World Championships ladies’ preview: Japanese, Russian skaters face off for top prize
Skaters from Japan and Russia will battle for the top spots at the World Championships this week.
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Tour de France organizers unveil opening stages of 2020 race
Sprinters and climbers will have a chance to shine at the start of next year's Tour de France.
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Nathan Chen, student and skater, tries to have two parts in harmony again at world championships
Chen has been juggling a full college course load with competitive skating as he preps for this week’s world championships.
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Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron on training with three American ice dance teams
Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron are eyeing their fourth world title.
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Simone Biles all around, DTB Pokal World Cup
Simone Biles posted an all-around score of 58.800 at the DTB Pokal World Cup, more than 3.5 points clear of runner-up Ana Padurariu of Canada and third-place finisher Elisabeth Seitz of Germany.
Olympic, world champ Biles cruises in 2019 debut
Simone Biles started off 2019 the same way she ended 2018: atop the podium.
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Shiffrin wins giant slalom race to seal World Cup title
Another race won, another crystal trophy earned, another World Cup record written by Mikaela Shiffrin.
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Shiffrin caps off historic season with GS win
Mikaela Shiffrin caps off her historic season with a win in the giant slalom, which gave her the fourth crystal globe of the season and secured her the top spot in the season-long standings.
Shiffrin, Pinturault get wins for World Cup record book
Mikaela Shiffrin’s 40th career victory in World Cup slaloms tied her with Swedish great Ingemar Stenmark’s record for wins in the discipline.
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Shiffrin: Sixth slalom globe as special as first
Mikaela Shiffrin discusses her 40th slalom World Cup win, her sixth slalom crystal globe and what skiing against Frida Hansdotter, one of her idols, has been like.
Shiffrin wins 40th slalom, ties all-time record
Mikaela Shiffrin secures her 16th win of the World Cup season in the year's final slalom, also matching Ingemar Stenmark's all-time record of 40 victories in the discipline.
Russia’s doping ban from Paralympics ends, with conditions
Probation period is needed because Russia “disappointingly” hadn’t done enough to admit and atone for previous doping and cover-ups.
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Joan Benoit Samuelson, 61, will run in 2019 Boston Marathon
The Boston Athletic Association says the two-time champion and Olympic gold medalist will be in the field on April 15.
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51 women sue USOC for failing to stop Nassar abuse
The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court in Denver, details abuse dating to the late 1990s.
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Stefan Luitz gets WC win thanks to appeal of DQ
CAS sided with Luitz because the FIS rules also state WADA regulations prevail where there is a conflict.
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Ethiopia, Kenya push back over decision to drop 5,000 from Diamond League
The IAAF this week announced a plan to revamp the Diamond League from 2020, reducing the series to 12 meetings and a finals event.
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Ashley Cain, Timothy LeDuc ready to take on Worlds pressure
New U.S. pair champions Cain and LeDuc know the pressure’s on to qualify more quota spots at the world championships.
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USA Cycling creates fund honoring the late Kelly Catlin
USA Cycling announced the creation of a fund Thursday in honor of Kelly Catlin, a member of the Olympic silver medal-winning pursuit squad who killed herself in her home last week.
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Shiffrin wins World Cup super-G title for 10th career globe
Mikaela Shiffrin won her first super-G crystal globe on Thursday after placing fourth in the season-ending race.
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Madison Chock, Evan Bates look to peak at Worlds and return to podium
After sitting out of competition for 10 months and moving to Montreal, Chock and Bates’ abbreviated season might actually help in their quest to return to the ice dance podium at Worlds.
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Shiffrin dreamed about winning super-G globe
Mikaela Shiffrin details her run to winning her first super-G crystal globe
Shiffrin wins super-G crystal globe
Mikaela Shiffrin's incredible skiing season continued with her first super-G crystal globe.
Chinese swimmer Sun Yang’s doping case heads to court
A doping case involving Chinese swimmer Sun Yang is going to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and could lead to a ban from competition, including the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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Feuz, Schmidhofer secure downhill titles at World Cup Finals
Dominik Paris won the last downhill race of the men's World Cup season on Wednesday, and Beat Feuz took the discipline title.
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What to watch this week in Olympic sports: Shiffrin’s season finale
Mikalea Shiffrin’s World Cup season comes to a close this week and four-time Olympic champion Simone Biles returns to competition
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Checking in with Madison Hubbell, Zachary Donohue ahead of world championships
Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue won silver at last year’s world championships, but are looking for more this year.
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Kazakhstan comes to defense of skier arrested for doping
Alexei Poltoranin is a four-time Olympian and two-time world championship medalist from Kazakhstan.
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Swedish slalom specialist Hargin to retire at end of season
SOLDEU, Andorra (AP) Three-time Olympian Mattias Hargin will retire at the end of the season after 15 years on the World Cup circuit. The slalom specialist from Sweden says Friday’s team event at the...
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Start of Tokyo Olympics just 500 days away
Unlike other recent Olympics, construction projects are largely on schedule.
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