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Richardson, Thomas relive 4x100m gold from worlds
Sha’Carri Richardson and Gabby Thomas talk through their record-setting performance in the 4x100m relay at the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest.
Road to Paris
The 2024 U.S. Olympic team roster of athletes updated as they qualify.
Gabby Douglas withdrew from the Winter Cup, which was to be her first meet since 2016.
Lily Zhang qualified for the U.S. Olympic team via her world ranking.
Gabby Douglas became the first Black woman to win an Olympic all-around gymnastics title in 2012.
Olympic and Paralympic Trials and key competitions before the 2024 Paris Games.
2024 World Swimming Championships final results from Doha, Qatar.
Kate Douglass became the fastest U.S. female swimmer in history with a silver medal in the 50m freestyle in 23.91 seconds, breaking the American record previously held by Simone Manuel.

U.S. Indoor Championships

Noah Lyles ran a world-leading and personal-best time of 6.43 seconds to edge Christian Coleman for the first time in the men’s 60m at the U.S. Indoor Championships, as both qualified for the world indoor championships
Aleia Hobbs ran a season’s-best time of 7.02 seconds to win the women’s 60m at the 2024 U.S. Indoor Championships and clear a path to the world indoor championships.
Tia Jones tied the world record in the women’s 60m hurdles at the 2024 U.S. Indoor Championships then later won the final to qualify for the world indoor championships.
Grant Holloway broke his own world record in the men’s 60m hurdles at the 2024 U.S. Indoor Championships with a time of 7.27 seconds before scratching from the final, won by Trey Cunningham.

U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials

G.O.A.T. Watch: Mikaela Shiffrin

Mikaela Shiffrin captured her 95th career World Cup win and 150th overall podium in Slovakia, also breaking a tie with Ingemar Stenmark in the process for the most World Cup slalom podiums of all-time at 82.
Mikaela Shiffrin was trailing Petra Vlhova by a mere .07 seconds heading into their second slalom run, but erased the deficit to extend her record-setting career World Cup win total to 94.
Take a behind-the-scenes tour of Mikaela Shiffrin’s day before competition in Lienz, Austria before she would go on to claim yet another World Cup victory to extend her record-setting mark.
In Lienz, Austria, Mikaela Shiffrin won the final World Cup race of 2023 by a massive 2.34-second margin, the seventh-largest winning margin ever in a women’s slalom, to capture her 93rd career victory.
Mikaela Shiffrin built a big Run 1-lead in Lienz then did enough in Run 2 to hold off Federica Brignone and Sara Hector to win the giant slalom for World Cup victory No. 92, 22nd in the discipline, and first this season.
Mikaela Shiffrin speaks to feeling more comfortable in downhill after her St. Moritz World Cup win, the level of intricacy and detail needed to shave time and why the win in a speed discipline was “particularly special.”

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