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Alysa Liu lands quad Lutz
Alysa Liu joined a small group of women to land a quadruple jump.
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Noah Lyles bests Bolt’s meet record in Paris Diamond League meet
Noah Lyles won the men's 200m Saturday in the Diamond League meet in Paris, breaking Usain Bolt's meet records. American Hanna Green shot past the field to win the women's 800m and qualify for the Diamond...
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Christian Coleman expects to be cleared in doping whereabouts case
Christian Coleman says he expects to be cleared of "whereabouts violations" in time to compete in next month's world championships.
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U.S. men’s basketball roster named for FIBA World Cup, includes one Olympian
The 12-man U.S. roster is set for the FIBA World Cup in September.
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Nevin Harrison, 17, becomes first American to win world sprint canoe title
Nevin Harrison surprised herself by winning a world sprint canoe title.
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U.S. men’s basketball team loses to Australia, snaps 78-game win streak
The U.S. men's basketball team lost with NBA players for the first time since 2006.
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Danell Leyva makes incredible save on ‘American Ninja Warrior’
Danell Leyva, a triple Olympic gymnastics medalist, nearly splashed out of the American Ninja Warrior finals.
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Kim Rhode triumphs over theft on road to record-breaking Olympic bid
Kim Rhode had nearly all of her shooting equipment stolen before the Pan American Games, yet still won.
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Egon Zimmermann, Olympic downhill champion, dies at 80
Egon Zimmermann, who won Olympic downhill gold on home snow in Austria, died at age 80.
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Lindsey Vonn, P.K. Subban engaged
Lindsey Vonn and P.K. Subban are engaged after dating for more than one year.
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Evgeny Kuznetsov suspended from international hockey for cocaine
Washington Capitals forward Evgeny Kuznetsov is banned through the 2022 Olympics.
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2019 Vuelta a Espana TV, live stream schedule
NBC Sports Gold streams daily live coverage of the Vuelta a Espana.
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Noah Lyles a must-see in Paris; Diamond League TV, live stream schedule
Noah Lyles takes on the world champion in the Paris Diamond League.
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2019 U.S. Open Women’s Draw
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova were drawn into a U.S. Open first-round match.
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2019 U.S. Open Men’s Draw
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal would not meet until the U.S. Open final.
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Serena, Sharapova to meet in U.S. Open
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova were drawn into a U.S. Open first-round match.
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Christian Coleman could face ban
Christian Coleman has been the world's fastest man three straight years.
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Tokyo Paralympics: Five storylines with one year to go
Daniel Romanchuk will hope to lead the U.S. back into the top three of the Paralympic medal standings.
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Pita Taufatofua, Tonga flag bearer, finishes last in kayak debut
Pita Taufatofua, the viral Tongan flag bearer, is trying to make the Tokyo Olympics in a new sport.
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Richard Callaghan, figure skating coach, banned for life
Richard Callaghan, who coached Tara Lipinski to Olympic gold, is banned for life for sexual misconduct involving a minor.
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Mark Pavelich, Miracle on Ice skater, jailed on assault charges; family suspects CTE
Mark Pavelich, a Miracle on Ice star, reportedly beat a neighbor with a metal pole.
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David Rudisha set to miss world championships
David Rudisha is set to miss the world championships during a two-year break from competition.
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Mo Farah focused on Chicago Marathon defense, not ruling out 10,000m double
Mo Farah switched to full-time road running after earning four Olympic track titles.
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Race Imboden, Gwen Berry get probation for Pan Am Games podium protests
Race Imboden and Gwen Berry took a knee and raised a fist, respectively, at the Pan Am Games.
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Coach Maggie Haney investigated by USA Gymnastics, report says
Maggie Haney, who coached Laurie Hernandez, is reportedly being investigated by USA Gymnastics.
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Amanda Anisimova out of U.S. Open after father’s death
U.S. tennis player Amanda Anisimova withdrew from the U.S. Open after her father's sudden death.
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Simone Biles adds new title: gymnastics teacher
Simone Biles is now teaching gymnastics via online videos.
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USOPC proposes more athletes on board as part of overhaul
The USOPC released a proposal to rewrite bylaws.
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Why a 62-year-old played at the world badminton championships
Matt Fogarty is older than any U.S. Olympian since 1904.
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U.S. Olympic women’s tennis qualifying already looks intense
Venus and Serena Williams face tougher young competition than ever to make the Olympics.
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U.S. athletes qualified for 2020 Tokyo Olympics
An updated list of athletes who have qualified for the 2020 U.S. Olympic team.
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Brooke Raboutou is first U.S. Olympic sport climbing qualifier
Sport climbing makes its Olympic debut at the Tokyo Games.
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Danielle Williams cemented as world No. 1 hurdler in Birmingham
Jamaican Danielle Williams beat the world-record holder and Olympic champion in Birmingham.
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Tokyo Paralympic triathlon test event cancels swim due to water bacteria
The Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic triathlon test events were shortened.
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Women’s hurdlers take center stage as Diamond League hits crunch time; how to watch
Kendra Harrison faces a tough field in the 100m hurdles, as many athletes chase spots in the Diamond League final during Sunday's meet in Birmingham.
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Swedish women’s hockey players boycott over pay dispute
Sweden’s women’s hockey team, the only European team to dent the U.S.-Canada dominance in the Olympics, announced Friday it would boycott an upcoming camp ahead of the Five Nations tournament...
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Andy Murray skipping U.S. Open
Andy Murray's is shifting his comeback effort from doubles to singles, a decision that will keep him out of the U.S. Open.
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Ten years ago: Usain Bolt posts 100-meter record that still stands
On Aug. 16, 2009, Usain Bolt ran the 100 meters in 9.58 seconds, a time that hasn't been seriously challenged since.
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U.S. men’s basketball team hopes to find form Friday vs. Spain
The U.S. men's basketball team heads into a World Cup warmup vs. Spain on the heels of a definitive scrimmage loss to a group of players culled mostly from the G-League.
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Andrew Wilson sets personal best to win World Cup breaststroke race
Andrew Wilson was the first U.S. winner at a Swimming World Cup stop in Singapore, while four other Americans earned medals.
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Double disqualification caps bizarre Tokyo triathlon
A triathlon test event and Olympic qualifier in Tokyo saw sequence of bizarre events -- a shortening of the race due to extreme heat, a crash taking out a top U.S. contender, and a double disqualification.
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Summer Rappaport clinches Olympic triathlon berth in tumultuous qualifier
Summer Rappaport is the only U.S. triathlete to qualify for the Olympics from the women's qualification event in Tokyo, which was shortened due to heat and saw U.S. favorite Katie Zaferes crash out of the...
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Fifteen years ago today: Michael Phelps wins first gold medal
Michael Phelps made his first Olympic team at age 15, finishing fifth in the 200-meter butterfly in Sydney. Four years later, the expectations were much higher. He broke the 200 fly world record in 2001 and...
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Eliud Kipchoge likens next shot at two-hour marathon to moon landing
Reigning Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge, who plans another shot at breaking the two-hour barrier in the event, said Wednesday that the feat would hold a high place in the history of human...
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Caster Semenya laments lack of support, hints at trying other sports
South African runner Caster Semenya emphatically said Wednesday she does not plan to retire despite a ruling that she cannot compete in the near future. In an interview from a women’s conference live-...
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Triathletes chase direct Olympic qualification berths in Tokyo test event
Top-ranked Katie Zaferes and other U.S. triathletes can punch their tickets for the 2020 Olympics in a test event in Tokyo.
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USA Bobsled and Skeleton dismisses longtime CEO Darrin Steele
USA Bobsled and Skeleton has fired CEO Darrin Steele after more than a decade that included several breakthrough performances at the Olympics.
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Yorkshire races to replace washed-out bridge in time for world cycling event
Road cycling's world championships will be able to proceed through a stretch of road that was used in the 2014 Tour de France despite the destruction of the road's key bridge in Yorkshire.
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Randolph, Brosius join coaching staff for USA Baseball in Premier12
Major league veterans Willie Randolph and Scott Brosius will return to USA Baseball's staff for the Premier12, a tournament that will determine two qualifiers for the 2020 Olympics.
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Women’s cricket joins Commonwealth Games as boycott threat looms over shooting
Women's cricket has been added to the 2022 Commonwealth Games, which still face a boycott threat over shooting's likely exclusion.
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