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Kenenisa Bekele still eyes Eliud Kipchoge’s marathon world record, but a duel must wait
Kenenisa Bekele made headlines by declaring “of course I am the best” long distance runner ever. But the Ethiopian was fifth-best at the London Marathon.
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Yalemzerf Yehualaw, Amos Kipruto win London Marathon
Ethiopian Yalemzerf Yehualaw became the youngest female runner to win the London Marathon, while Kenyan Amos Kipruto earned his biggest victory.
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2022 London Marathon Results
2022 London Marathon top-10 results and notable finishers from men’s and women’s elite and wheelchair races.
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Shaun White appears on ‘Saturday Night Live’ cold open
Shaun White's retirement tour made a stop at "Saturday Night Live" for a cameo in a ManningCast cold open.
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U.S. women’s basketball team, statistically greatest ever, rolls to FIBA World Cup title
The U.S. women's basketball team won the FIBA World Cup, completing its most dominant Olympic or world tournament ever.
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2022 FIBA Women’s World Cup schedule, results
The 2022 FIBA Women's World Cup in Sydney full schedule and results, from group play through the bracket knockout rounds.
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IOC looks for ways Russian athletes ‘who do not support war’ could compete as neutrals
Russian athletes who do not endorse their country’s war in Ukraine could be accepted back into international sports, IOC president Thomas Bach said.
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How did U.S. women’s basketball replace its legends? It starts with Alyssa Thomas.
Alyssa Thomas has been the breakout star of the FIBA Women's World Cup, helping replace absent stars Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner.
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U.S., China set for FIBA Women’s World Cup gold-medal game
The U.S. women's basketball team plays China in the FIBA Women's World Cup gold-medal game, seeking a fourth consecutive title.
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Joel Embiid gains U.S. citizenship, mum on Olympic nationality
Joel Embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers said he is a U.S. citizen and it's too early to think about what nation he would represent at the Olympics.
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LA 2028, Delta unveil first-of-its-kind emblems for Olympics, Paralympics
Emblems for the 2028 Los Angeles Games that include logos of Delta Air Lines is the first integration of its kind in Olympic and Paralympic history.
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Eliud Kipchoge’s marathon world record was the product of pain, rain
Eliud Kipchoge's coach reflected on what led to the marathon world record and what they discussed after the historic race in Berlin.
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U.S. into FIBA World Cup semifinals after trailing, triple-double watch
Alyssa Thomas and her United States teammates were tested for the first time in the FIBA Women's World Cup by a physical Serbia team.
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Olympian Derrick Mein ends U.S. men’s trap drought at shotgun worlds
Tokyo Olympian Derrick Mein became the first U.S. male shooter to win a world title in the trap event since 1966.
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Mo Farah withdraws before London Marathon
British track legend Mo Farah withdrew before Sunday's London Marathon before what would have been his first 26.2-mile race in nearly two years.
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Noah, Josephus Lyles have unfinished business after record-breaking sprint season
Brothers Noah and Josephus Lyles have unfinished business in sprinting going into the 2023 track and field season.
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U.S. women win record 27th consecutive FIBA World Cup game
The U.S. women's basketball team beat Bosnia and Herzegovina for a program record 27th consecutive FIBA World Cup victory.
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South Korea’s first gold medalist of 2018 PyeongChang Olympics to compete for China
Lin Xiaojun, who won South Korea's first gold medal of the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics as Lim Hyo-Jun, will now skate for China.
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Brigid Kosgei, world record holder, to miss London Marathon
World record holder Brigid Kosgei withdrew before Sunday's London Marathon due to a right hamstring injury that has bothered her for the last month.
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Dmitriy Balandin, surprise Olympic swimming champion, retires
Dmitriy Balandin, the Kazakh swimmer who pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the 2016 Rio Olympics, retired at age 27.
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U.S. women’s basketball team scores most points in FIBA World Cup history
A’ja Wilson and the U.S. put on quite a show, breaking the World Cup scoring mark in a record rout of South Korea.
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Eliud Kipchoge breaks marathon world record in Berlin
Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge broke his own world record in winning the Berlin Marathon, lowering the time of 2:01:39 he set in the German capital in 2018.
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Remco Evenepoel wins world road race title after Mathieu van der Poel gets arrested
After becoming Belgium’s first Grand Tour winner in 44 years, Evenepoel became his country’s first men’s elite road race world champion in a decade.
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2022 Berlin Marathon Results
2022 Berlin Marathon too-10 results and notable finishers from men’s and women’s elite and wheelchair races.
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Aksel Lund Svindal, Olympic Alpine champ, has testicular cancer, ‘prognosis good’
Aksel Lund Svindal, a retired Olympic Alpine skiing champ from Norway, said he underwent surgery for testicular cancer and the prognosis "looked very good."
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Annemiek van Vleuten, with broken elbow, becomes oldest to win world road race title
Annemiek van Vleuten surprised herself and the rest of cycling by recording the finest win of her career on Saturday at the world road championships.
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A’ja Wilson lands, leads U.S. into FIBA Women’s World Cup quarterfinals
A'ja Wilson, WNBA MVP with the Las Vegas Aces, led the U.S. past China and into the FIBA Women's World Cup quarterfinals.
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Eliud Kipchoge, Keira D’Amato chase records at Berlin Marathon
At the Berlin Marathon, Eliud Kipchoge chases a world record. Keira D'Amato can make more American history.
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Dwyane Wade honors Kobe Bryant at Redeem Team film screening
Dwyane Wade said the upcoming Redeem Team documentary on the 2008 U.S. Olympic men's basketball team "shines a light" on Kobe Bryant.
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Michael Phelps keeps close eye on swimming’s new international stars
Michael Phelps believes long-standing world records are on borrowed time thanks to a pair of young swimming stars.
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Vatican rider to make history at world road cycling championships
Rien Schuurhuis will carry an enormous sense of duty when he races for the Vatican in Sunday’s road race at the cycling world championships.
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Marijuana stays on World Anti-Doping Agency banned substances list
Marijuana will remain banned at sports events after the World Anti-Doping Agency resisted calls to change its status on the list of prohibited substances.
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International Day of Peace: IOC president says Olympic mission more important than ever
On the International Day of Peace, IOC President Thomas Bach wrote that the Olympic Movement's mission is more important than ever.
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U.S., still short-handed, routs Puerto Rico at FIBA Women’s World Cup
Shakira Austin scored 19 points, Kahleah Copper added 16 and the U.S. played suffocating defense to rout Puerto Rico in the FIBA Women's World Cup.
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U.S. sprinter Twanisha ‘TeeTee’ Terry talks track and field, TikTok, more in Q&A
U.S. Sprinter Twanisha Terry opens up about her first year competing as a professional athlete and shares her journey to the sport of track and field.
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Ski jumping World Cup returns to U.S. for first time since 2004
Ski Jumping's top circuit is returning to the United States for the first time in nearly two decades.
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Max Whitlock, Olympic gymnastics champion, not on British team for world championships
Max Whitlock, a six-time Olympic gymnastics medalist, is not on the British team for next month's world championships in Liverpool.
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U.S. women’s basketball team wins FIBA World Cup opener missing players
The U.S. women's basketball team beat Belgium to open the FIBA World Cup while missing three players from its roster.
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For South Korean golfers, Presidents Cup and Asian Games could be life-changing
South Korea has a record turnout at the Presidents Cup, while the 2023 Asian Games could be even more life-changing.
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Paris 2024 organizers tap French stage director for Olympic, Paralympic ceremonies
Paris Olympic organizers appointed prize-winning French theater director Thomas Jolly to direct the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
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Annemiek van Vleuten taken to hospital after world road cycling championships crash
Dutch star Annemiek van Vleuten crashed heavily at the world road cycling championships on Wednesday and was taken to a hospital.
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Marit Bjørgen, Meghan Duggan the latest Winter Olympic stars to run NYC Marathon
Marit Bjørgen and Meghan Duggan are set to become the latest Winter Olympic gold medalists to run the New York City Marathon.
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A’ja Wilson, Breanna Stewart lead U.S. women’s basketball roster for FIBA World Cup
A'ja Wilson and Breanna Stewart headline the U.S. women's basketball roster for the FIBA World Cup that starts next week in Sydney.
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Kyle Snyder wins wrestling worlds in rival’s absence; U.S. wins most medals for first time
Kyle Snyder won gold and the U.S. finished the world wrestling championships with the most medals outright for the first time in history.
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Van Dijk, Foss win road cycling worlds time trials; American OK after crash over barrier
Ellen van Dijk defended her title and claimed a third time trial gold medal at the opening event of the world road cycling championships
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Kyle Dake wins fourth straight wrestling world title; U.S. breaks gold medals record
Kyle Dake became the second American wrestler to win four consecutive world titles, pushing the U.S. to its most gold medals ever at a single worlds,
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Jordan Burroughs breaks U.S. wrestling record for Olympic, world titles
Jordan Burroughs won his sixth world wrestling title, combining with his Olympic title to become the first U.S. wrestler to claim seven global gold medals.
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Lawson Craddock misses world road cycling championships over visa delay
Lawson Craddock will miss the world road cycling championships after he wasn't approved to board his flight until about 20 minutes after it departed.
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Noah Lyles talks world record goal as Michael Johnson drops into interview
Noah Lyles said he planned to run 19.10 seconds in the 200m final at July's world championships, which would have broken Usain Bolt's world record.
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Caeleb Dressel ‘in the best place I’ve ever been’ during break from swimming
NBC Sports analyst Rowdy Gaines believes Caeleb Dressel's break from swimming will last six months, leaving plenty of time to recharge for major meets.
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