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Ragan Smith finds joy in college gymnastics after life-changing decision
Ragan Smith, a U.S. all-around champion, chose NCAA gymnastics over continuing an elite, Olympic-level career.
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Dustin Johnson wonders if Olympic golf will properly fit into his schedule
Dustin Johnson, a former No. 1 golfer, said he has to decide what to do regarding the Olympics this summer.
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Roger Federer saves 7 match points; next: Novak Djokovic in Australian Open semifinals
Roger Federer staved off seven match points to beat Tennys Sandgren and reach a semifinal with Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open.
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World champion wins doping case citing bodily fluids from boyfriend
Laurence Vincent Lapointe said hair from her then-boyfriend showed he was likely responsible for a tiny presence of ligandrol in her doping sample.
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U.S. women’s soccer team begins Olympic qualifying, which should rest on one match
The U.S. begins Olympic qualification this week, looking to avoid the danger of 2010.
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Rafael Nadal beats Nick Kyrgios, who honored Kobe Bryant at Australian Open
Rafael Nadal needed four sets to beat Nick Kyrgios, who honored Kobe Bryant, to reach the Australian Open quarterfinals.
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Alex Ferreira caps X Games with repeat ski halfpipe title
Alex Ferreira and Kelly Sildaru won freeskiing titles on the final day of X Games Aspen.
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Nathan Chen, from flu-ridden on the floor, fights for 4th U.S. title
Nathan Chen's coach provided visual evidence of just how sick the figure skater was before the national championships.
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Nathan Chen wins fourth straight U.S. figure skating title in dominant fashion
Nathan Chen became the first man to win four straight U.S. figure skating championships since 1988.
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U.S. figure skating roster for world championships
Nathan Chen will go for his third straight world championship title.
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Chen skated past worries to win fourth U.S. title
Nathan Chen reflects on winning his fourth consecutive U.S. Figure Skating Championship and looks ahead to worlds.
Kobe Bryant embraced the Olympics, on and off the court
Kobe Bryant embraced the Olympics, described in the story of the first time he received his USA jersey.
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WATCH LIVE: Nathan Chen in U.S. Figure Skating Championships free skate
Nathan Chen tries to become the first man to win four straight U.S. figure skating titles since 1988, live on NBC Sports.
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Shiffrin claims 66th WC title with Super-G win
Mikaela Shiffrin notches her 66th World Cup win with a victory over Marta Bassino by 0.29 seconds in women's Super-G in Bansko.
Mikaela Shiffrin, with 66th World Cup win, moves one shy of career dream
Mikaela Shiffrin moved one win shy of third place on the World Cup wins list.
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Coco Gauff, eliminated from Australian Open by Sofia Kenin, eyes Olympics
Coco Gauff lost to Sofia Kenin, a fellow rising American, at the Australian Open.
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Chock, Bates charge to second U.S. title; Hubbell, Donohue charge the wrong way
"Four elements, which are pretty valuable elements, all were facing the wrong direction,” Hubbell said.
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Jessica Calalang, Brian Johnson produce the pairs’ moment of figure skating nationals
Jessica Calalang and Brian Johnson wanted to make their first podium at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. They did much more than that.
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Max Parrot wins X Games snowboard big air, one year after cancer diagnosis
Max Parrot won the X Games after beating cancer. Mark McMorris tied a Shaun White record.
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Madison Chock, Evan Bates snake to first U.S. ice dance title in 5 years
Madison Chock and Evan Bates pulled off a rare feat in ice dance -- reclaiming a national title.
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Madison Chock, Evan Bates' nationals free dance
Madison Chock and Evan Bates perform their snake and snake charmer free dance en route to winning their second national title at the U.S. Championships.
Vincent Zhou’s new coaches impressed with renewed dedication
Ever the student in the classroom and on the ice, Vincent Zhou was splitting dedication and focus between school and skating.
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Alexa Knierim, Chris Knierim's national free skate
Husband and wife pair Alexa Knierim and Chris Knierim won their third U.S. Championship title.
Alexa Scimeca Knierim, Christopher Knierim hold on for third U.S. pairs’ title
Alexa Scimeca Knierim and Christopher Knierim became the first pair to win three U.S. titles since 2002.
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Nathan Chen ‘in control of everything’ going for fourth straight national title
“That was probably one of the best short programs I’ve ever skated. Everything felt really calm, really paced. I felt like I was really in control of everything."
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Meryl Davis, Charlie White, Kimmie Meissner, Casey entering skating Hall of Fame
Davis and White won every U.S. title from 2009-14, plus two world crowns and 2014 Olympic gold.
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Nathan Chen leads U.S. Figure Skating Championships, followed by world team battle
Nathan Chen leads the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, but the race is on for two other world team spots.
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Russian women sweep European Figure Skating Championships medals; Papadakis, Cizeron upset
Russia won every gold medal at the European Figure Skating Championships.
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Interview: Jason Brown overcomes season's setbacks
Jason Brown has struggled through the season, but worked through the setbacks to bring the crowd to their feet after an emotional U.S. Championships short program.
Jason Brown's nationals short program
Jason Brown cracks the 100-point barrier in the short program at the U.S. Championships to sit in second place behind Nathan Chen.
Interview: Nathan Chen jokes about coach, flu
Nathan Chen's record-setting short program came after he overcame the flu, plus he gets a glimpse of what his coach Rafael Arutunian looks like watching him skate.
Nathan Chen's nationals short program
Nathan Chen, working toward his fourth U.S. Championships title, earned the highest short program score ever recorded at nationals.
After solid showing in Greensboro, Karen Chen muses gap year from Cornell
"Obviously, juggling two (priorities) is quite challenging," Karen Chen said.
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Retired Vonn checks out Kitzbuehel downhill course
Retired alpine skiers Lindsey Vonn and Aksel Lund Svindal inspect the Hahnenkamm downhill course in Kitzbuehel, Austria.
WATCH LIVE: U.S. Figure Skating Championships men’s short program, pairs, dance
Nathan Chen begins his quest for a fourth straight U.S. figure skating title, live on NBC Sports.
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Rafaela Silva, Brazil’s first gold medalist of Rio Olympics, banned 2 years
Rafaela Silva, an inspiring Rio Olympic gold medalist, is appealing a ban that would keep her out of the Tokyo Games.
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Mayer ends Austrian drought in Kitzbuehel downhill
Matthias Mayer wins the downhill on home snow in Kitzbuehel to end Austria's six-year drought.
Matthias Mayer ends Kitzbuehel downhill drought for Austria
Matthias Mayer won the classic World Cup downhill on the Streif course, becoming the first Austrian winner of the event in six years.
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Rafael Nadal, Nick Kyrgios set Australian Open clash after bloody marathon
Nick Kyrgios put aside a bloody hand, a hamstring issue, a tiff with the chair umpire and a resilient opponent who saved a pair of match points.
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Hallelujah! Mariah Bell strikes secret chord with mentor Adam Rippon
“Mariah took my advice and she worked hard and she transformed herself,” Adam Rippon said of his pupil.
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Alysa Liu unflappable under intense pressure to successfully defend national title
Alysa Liu joined Ashley Wagner (2012-13) as the only women to win consecutive women’s national titles since Michelle Kwan won her last of eight straight in 2005.
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Chock and Bates step out to slim lead over longtime rivals Hubbell and Donohue
Madison Chock and Evan Bates have a lead at the U.S. Championships, but the rivalry with Madison Hubbell and Zach Donohue stretches back more than 10 years.
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Alysa Liu repeats as U.S. figure skating champion at age 14
Alysa Liu, 14, became the first woman to repeat as national champion since 2013.
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Alysa Liu's nationals free skate
14-year-old Alysa Liu defends her national title to win again after a free skate that included two triple Axels and a quad Lutz.
Mariah Bell's nationals free skate
Mariah Bell has her best U.S. Championships finish ever and is in tears at center ice before even finishing her free skate.
Gracie Gold in tears at figure skating nationals after emotional comeback
Gracie Gold was brought to tears by the crowd after her first national championship since overcoming an eating disorder.
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Gracie Gold's emotional nationals free skate
Gracie Gold skates to "She Used to be Mine" for her emotional free skate at her first U.S. Championships in three years.
Gracie Gold finds comfort in crowd support
Gracie Gold received a standing ovation from the U.S. Championships crowd after her free skate. She competed in her first nationals in three years.
Without their siblings, Green and Parsons find success at figure skating nationals
When both of their respective sibling-partners left the sport, Green and Parsons skated together while trying to figure out their next steps. So far, so good.
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Chock and Bates' Nationals rhythm dance
2015 U.S. champions Madison Chock and Evan Bates sit in first place after the rhythm dance at nationals after earning 87.63 points.