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J.R. Celski retires after three Olympics, three medals in short track
J.R. Celski, the top U.S. short track speed skater of the last decade, retired after three Olympics, where he combined for one silver and two bronze medals.
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Assessing figure skating’s Grand Prix season at the midpoint
Halfway through the Grand Prix campaign, early favorites are emerging for the final, which takes the top six per discipline from the six-event series.
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USOC seeks to revoke USA Gymnastics as national governing body
The new USOC CEO said the gymnastics community "deserved better."
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Red Gerard parts with gold medal (briefly) as he returns to slopestyle
The youngest Olympic snowboard champion wavered in PyeongChang. Now he says he's all-in.
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Ashley Wagner on competitive future, role as coach, and upcoming shows
When Ashley Wagner finished the 2018 season, she made a promise to herself that she would live a little bit more of life.
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Reno-Tahoe drops 2030 Winter Olympic bid
The USOC has mentioned two other interested cities.
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Shaun White eyes his longest break from snowboard contests
Shaun White said he has no plans to compete in snowboarding this season, which would mark the first time he goes a full year without entering a contest.
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Karen Chen out of Grand Prix Series
U.S. Olympian Karen Chen will miss the entire fall Grand Prix Series, withdrawing from this week's Rostelecom Cup in Moscow with an injury.
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Insightful John Curry Documentary Has NY Premiere
His impact continues in contemporary men’s competitive skating, where skaters such as Patrick Chan of Canada, Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan and Jason Brown of the U.S. move audiences with musicality, choreography...
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Wu Dajing, world’s fastest short track speed skater, lowers his world record
Wu will likely be one of the host nation's biggest stars in 2022.
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Wu Dajing breaks 500m world record
Wu Dajing lowered his world record in the 500m by clocking in at 39.505 seconds during a World Cup event in Utah.
Kaitlin Hawayek, Jean-Luc Baker notch first Grand Prix win at NHK
They are the seventh U.S. dance couple to win a Grand Prix.
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U.S. beats Canada for another hockey tournament title
The U.S. hasn't lost to Canada in a title game in four years.
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Hawayek/Baker's NHK Trophy free dance
Kaitlin Hawayek and Jean-Luc Baker win their first-ever Grand Prix gold medals in their season debut at NHK Trophy.
Rika Kihira lands two triple Axels, with Shoma Uno makes it Japan sweep at NHK
Kihira is the youngest Japanese woman to win a Grand Prix in eight years.
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Rika Kihira's NHK Trophy free skate
Rika Kihira became the youngest Japanese skater to win a Grand Prix since 2010.
Shoma Uno's NHK Trophy free skate
Olympic silver medalist Shoma Uno won NHK Trophy after attempting four quads in the free skate.
Mariah Bell's NHK Trophy free skate
Mariah Bell was the top American finisher in the ladies' field at NHK Trophy in Japan.
Hawayek/Baker's NHK Trophy rhythm dance
Kaitlin Hawayek and Jean-Luc Baker have been training under new coaches and made their season debut at NHK Trophy, where they sit second after the rhythm dance.
Alexa and Chris Knierim's NHK Trophy free skate
Reigning U.S. champions Alexa Scimeca Knierim and Chris Knierim won their first Grand Prix series medal since 2015.
Jessie Diggins sets more goals after Olympic gold
Diggins has two specific things she can accomplish this season.
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Elizaveta Tuktamysheva's NHK Trophy short program
2015 world champion Elizaveta Tuktamysheva landed a triple Axel to put her in the lead after the short program at NHK Trophy.
Simone Biles provides kidney stone update on TODAY
Simone Biles will get more scans in six weeks after a kidney stone was discovered on the eve of the world championships.
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Elizaveta Tuktamysheva, Shoma Uno lead NHK Trophy
The top U.S. singles skaters struggled.
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Bradie Tennell working to hammer home jumps, repeat national champion mentality
“I want to repeat as national champion and be on the podium at worlds,” Tennell said. “I want the skating world to see I am more than I was last year.”
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Lee Chong Wei, Malaysian badminton star, eyes return from nose cancer
Lee owns six silver medals between the Olympics and worlds.
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Louis Smith retires from gymnastics, cites ‘minuscule’ 2020 chances
Smith earned a historic medal at Beijing 2008, then three more.
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U.S. edges Canada in first meeting since Olympic hockey final
The rivals will likely play again in the championship game.
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Opportunity knocks at NHK Trophy: preview, TV/stream schedule
NBC Sports Gold live streams every program from Hiroshima.
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Brody Roybal, Paralympic hockey champ, climbs Willis Tower by hand
Watch the video highlights of Roybal's 71-minute journey.
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Brody Roybal climbs Willis Tower's stairs by hand
American sled hockey gold medalist Brody Roybal climbs the stairs at the Willis Tower in his hometown of Chicago.
Mariah Bell focused on the big picture ahead of NHK Trophy
Her eyes are on January’s nationals, where she wants to be U.S. champion, and on the 2022 Beijing Olympics.
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Olympic silver medalist’s BMX bike stolen at In-N-Out Burger
The bike had special meaning to Alise Willoughby.
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Gabriella Papadakis, Guillaume Cizeron sidelined by injury
The top returning ice dancers are in line to miss a showdown with their U.S. rivals in December.
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Ohno shares experience in Lion's Den, South Korea
Apolo Ohno details how training at the Lion's Den in South Korea changed his life, even after he won gold in Salt Lake City.
Hungary takes U.S. off short track world record book
One of the skaters used to compete for the U.S.
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Hungary smashes short track 5000m world record
The Hungarian men's speed skating team, led by Shaolin and Shaoang Liu, broke the 5000m relay world record at the ISU Short Track World Cup on Sunday.
New York City Marathon breaks record for most marathon finishers
New York has at least the four largest marathons in history.
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Four thoughts off 2018 World Gymnastics Championships
What it all means for Simone Biles, Sam Mikulak and other stars.
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2018 U.S. marathon rankings
The women are outpacing the men on the global stage.
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Mary Keitany wins 4th New York City Marathon ahead of Shalane Flanagan
New York is the world's largest annual marathon.
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Yuzuru Hanyu wins Grand Prix Helsinki free skate
Two-time Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan attempted an historic quadruple toe loop-triple Axel in his "Origin" free skate.
2018 New York City Marathon Results
Top-10 and notable results from the world's largest annual marathon.
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Yuzuru Hanyu wins Grand Prix of Helsinki in rout
The Grand Prix season continues next week with NHK Trophy.
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Hong wins 500m semis at ISU World Cup Short Track
USA speed skater Thomas Hong edges out Jia Haidong of China to win the men's 500m semifinals at ISU World Cup Short Track.
Alina Zagitova wins her Grand Prix opener; Yuzuru Hanyu leads
NBC Sports Gold has live streaming coverage of the entire Grand Prix season.
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Sam Mikulak earns first individual world championships medal
Mikulak saved the U.S. men from a medal-less worlds.
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Simone Biles caps worlds as most decorated female gymnast ever
Only three other gymnasts have had this much success at an Olympics or worlds.
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Alina Zagitova's Grand Prix Helsinki free skate
Olympic champion Alina Zagitova wins Grand Prix Helsinki with her "Carmen" free skate.
Biles' dazzling floor routine at worlds
Simone Biles' dazzling floor routine vaulted her into first place at the 2018 World Gymnastics Championships.
Simone Biles' balance beam routine at worlds
USA's Simone Biles competes on the balance beam at the 2018 World Gymnastics Championships.
Yuzuru Hanyu's GP Helsinki short program
Yuzuru Hanyu makes his Grand Prix season debut in Helsinki and leads going into the free skate.