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With career records in view, Mikaela Shiffrin knows nothing is promised
As Mikaela Shiffrin approaches ski racing history, Tim Layden sits down with the three-time Olympic medalist for a wide-ranging conversation.
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Jamie Anderson, Olympic snowboarding champion, announces pregnancy
Jamie Anderson, a two-time Olympic snowboarding champion, announced she is pregnant.
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Shoma Uno tops Grand Prix Final short program; Ilia Malinin 5th
World champion Shoma Uno of Japan leads rising American Ilia Malinin after the short program at figure skating's Grand Prix Final.
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Katie Ledecky talks swimming legacy and life in Gainesville
Katie Ledecky talks about life in Gainesville, where her meticulous mindset comes from, her reflections on her career and the legacy she's creating.
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Marie-Philip Poulin is first female hockey player to win Canada Athlete of the Year
Marie-Philip Poulin became the first female hockey player to win Canada's Athlete of the Year, the Northern Star Award.
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‘Her eyes would obliterate you’: Bold Isabeau Levito faces skating idol at Grand Prix Final
The highlight of Isabeau Levito’s season so far came at Skate America in October. It wasn’t the silver medal Levito won there, in her debut on figure skating’s senior Grand Prix circuit. It was meeting the...
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Max Parrot the latest snowboard star to take competition break
Max Parrot, who came back from Hodgkin's lymphoma to win snowboard slopestyle gold at February's Olympics, will not compete this season.
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Diamond League scheduled to have most meets ever in 2023
The Diamond League, track and field's premier international circuit, is scheduled to have 15 meets in 2023, the most in the series' 14 seasons.
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IOC gives more time to pick 2030 Olympic host, studies rotating Winter Games
The IOC is not expected to decide the 2030 Winter Olympic host before next fall. It discussed proposals including rotating future Winter Games among hosts.
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Olympic champion Justine Dufour-Lapointe leaves moguls for another skiing discipline
Justine Dufour-Lapointe, the 2014 Olympic moguls champion, is leaving the event to compete in freeriding, a non-Olympic skiing discipline.
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World Athletics Athletes of the Year: Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone, Mondo Duplantis
Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone and Mondo Duplantis on World Athletics Athlete of the Year awards in track and field.
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A wild Grand Prix Final has a quadruple Axel, the Brits and a figure skating tale for the ages
Ilia Malinin headlines a Grand Prix Final that features a new generation of figure skaters as a new Olympic cycle begins.
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2022 Grand Prix Final figure skating TV, live stream schedule
The 2022 ISU Grand Prix Final figure skating event streams live on Peacock and airs on NBC Sports, NBCSports.com/live and the NBC Sports app.
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Kilde sweeps Beaver Creek with super-G win
Watch Aleksander Aamodt Kilde complete the "Colorado double" with a win in the super-G World Cup event at Beaver Creek one day after his downhill victory.
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde sweeps Beaver Creek World Cup races
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde of Norway won the Alpine skiing World Cup super-G in Beaver Creek, Colorado, one day after winning a downhill.
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Alpine skiing TV, live stream schedule for 2022-23 World Cup season
NBC Sports and Peacock air live coverage of the 2022-23 Alpine skiing season, including four World Cup stops in the U.S.
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Valencia Marathon produces historic times in men’s, women’s races
2022 Valencia Marathon results and winners. Kenyan Kelvin Kiptum and Ethiopian Amane Beriso became the third-fastest male and female marathoners in history.
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Kilde takes Beaver Creek downhill victory
Not even a week-long illness entering the event could stop Aleksander Aamodt Kilde from winning at Beaver Creek for his second-straight World Cup downhill victory.
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde wins Beaver Creek downhill
Norway’s Aleksander Aamodt Kilde won his second straight World Cup downhill race to start the season, despite feeling under the weather.
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Summer McIntosh, Canadian teen swimmer, caps record year with another historic time
Canadian swimmer Summer McIntosh won the U.S. Open 400m individual medley in one of the fastest times in history.
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McIntosh wins 400 IM with 4th fastest time ever
16-year-old Canadian phenom Summer McIntosh dominates the 400 IM at the Toyota U.S. Open with a blistering time of 4:28.61
Kaillie Humphries begins trek to 2026 Winter Olympics with monobob World Cup win
Kaillie Humphries is off to a strong start to a four-year cycle that she hopes ends with her breaking the record as the oldest female Olympic bobsledder.
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Rosie MacLennan, Olympic trampoline legend, retires
Canadian Rosie MacLennan, the lone person to win two Olympic trampoline gold medals, announced her retirement at age 34.
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Jessie Diggins ties U.S. record for World Cup cross-country skiing wins
Jessie Diggins tied Kikkan Randall's U.S. record with her 13th career individual FIS cross-country skiing World Cup victory.
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Katie Ledecky out-touches new rival at swimming’s U.S. Open, extends streak
Katie Ledecky edged Summer McIntosh in the 400m freestyle at swimming's U.S. Open.
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Ledecky edges McIntosh by .08 seconds, keeps 400m streak alive
Katie Ledecky kept her unbeaten long course streak in the 400m intact by the skin of her teeth, taking down rival Summer McIntosh by just .08 seconds at the U.S. Open.
Eliud Kipchoge, two races shy of his target, to make Boston Marathon debut
World record holder Eliud Kipchoge will race the Boston Marathon for the first time on April 17.
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2024 Tour de France to end with Nice time trial due to Paris Olympics
The 2024 Tour de France will end on the French Riviera instead of the French capital because of the Paris Olympics.
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Bobby Finke talks gold medals and Golden Goggles … and swimming in surgical gloves
Bobby Finke reflects on his Olympic success, what he's learned from training partner Katie Ledecky and why he swam with surgical gloves.
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After an Olympic medal, Ryan Cochran-Siegle sets new goal going into Beaver Creek
Ryan Cochran-Siegle headlines the U.S. men's Alpine skiing team going into Beaver Creek World Cup races on NBC Sports and Peacock.
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Figure skating TV, live stream schedule for 2022-23 season
NBC Sports, USA Network, E! and Peacock combine to air live coverage throughout the figure skating season, starting with Skate America.
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Ukraine Olympic champion auctions gold medals to support his country
Sprint canoeist Yuriy Cheban, Ukraine's most decorated male Olympian, is auctioning his two gold medals to support his country amid the war with Russia.
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Mikaela Shiffrin skips Lake Louise speed races with different World Cup schedule
Mikaela Shiffrin will not race downhills and a super-G in Lake Louise, Alberta, this weekend, skipping the first speed races of the World Cup season.
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Anna Shcherbakova, Olympic figure skating champion, extends competition absence
Olympic figure skating champion Anna Shcherbakova will miss the Russian Championships because she has not fully recovered from August knee surgery.
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Katie Ledecky’s incredible streak at stake against emerging rival at U.S. Open
Katie Ledecky faces emerging rival Summer McIntosh of Canada at swimming's U.S. Open, live on Peacock this week.
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Shiffrin 5th in Killington slalom; Holdener, Swenn Larsson tie for win
Despite leading after the first slalom run at Killington, Mikaela Shiffrin finishes fifth, as Wendy Holdener of Switzerland and Anna Swenn-Larsson of Sweden tie for the win, Holdener’s first victory after...
In a tie, Wendy Holdener puts to rest a remarkable stat in Alpine skiing
Swiss Wendy Holdener ended one of the most remarkable victory droughts in sports by tying for the win with Swede Anna Swenn Larsson.
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Gut-Behrami wins Killington GS, Shiffrin finishes 13th
Lara Gut-Behrami rallied from third place after the first run for her 35th career World Cup victory, taking a giant slalom in Killington, Vermont, on Saturday. Reigning World Cup overall champ Mikaela...
Injured Ilia Malinin wins Grand Prix Finland, qualifies for Grand Prix Final
Ilia Malinin still won Grand Prix Finland and goes into the Grand Prix Final in two weeks as the world's top-ranked male singles skater.
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Lara Gut-Behrami wins Killington giant slalom, and the overall title race may be on
Sara Hector of Sweden won a World Cup giant slalom in Killington, Vermont, beating a field that included Mikaela Shiffrin.
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Mikaela Shiffrin’s career by the numbers
A look at Mikaela Shiffrin's Alpine skiing career by the numbers heading into a World Cup stop in Killington, Vermont.
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Mikaela Shiffrin’s most memorable World Cup races
Mikaela Shiffrin's most memorable FIS Alpine skiing World Cup races and wins from her career dating to 2012.
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Mikaela Shiffrin rolls into Killington World Cup on fire, fueled by a decision to stay put
Mikaela Shiffrin rolls into the Killington World Cup Alpine skiing stop having won back-to-back races after a difficult previous season.
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John McFall, Paralympic medalist, becomes first parastronaut in Europe
John McFall, a Brit who lost his right leg when he was 19 and later won a Paralympic 100m bronze medal in 2008, is Europe's first parastronaut.
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Ilia Malinin in familiar position after Grand Prix Finland short program
Ilia Malinin trails after the short program at Grand Prix Finland, looking to qualify for the Grand Prix Final figure skating event.
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Asafa Powell, 100m world record holder before Usain Bolt, retires
Jamaican Asafa Powell, who held the men's 100m world record before Usain Bolt, has retired from track and field.
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Something new for Olympic artistic swimming: men
Artistic swimming, formerly synchronized swimming, is moving toward allowing men into the Olympics for the first time.
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Hitting the red carpet at the 2022 Golden Goggles
Mary Omatiga catches up with USA Swimming stars on the red carpet at the 2022 Golden Goggle Awards in New York City.
Nordic combined world champion draws on beard to protest no Olympic women’s event
Norwegian Gyda Westvold Hansen, the first world champion in women's Nordic combined, competed in a domestic event with a drawn-on beard.
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Break it down: Dancers begin charting path to 2024 Paris Olympics
In the new Olympic sport of breaking, b-boys and b-girls — a term for a male or female entrenched in the culture of hip hop — are on a path to Paris 2024.
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