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USA Gymnastics revamps Safe Sport policy amid abuse scandal
USA Gymnastics consulted Larry Nassar abuse survivors.
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Boxing body near bankrupt, facing 2020 Olympic exclusion
The IOC previously recommended AIBA's suspension but boxing stay in the Olympics.
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Kaitlyn Weaver, Andrew Poje, world ice dance medalists, step away from competition
Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje placed seventh at the 2014 and 2018 Olympics.
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Up to 70 Russian athletes could face doping charges
RUSADA said last week it would file cases against 33 athletes.
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Kohei Uchimura set to miss world championships for first time
Kohei Uchimura owns the record for gymnastics world all-around titles.
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Caster Semenya allowed to race 800m at Pre Classic
Caster Semenya was originally scheduled to race the 3000m at Pre.
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Geraint Thomas crashes out of Tour de France prep race
Geraint Thomas dropped out of the Tour de Suisse.
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IAAF argued in court that Caster Semenya is ‘biologically male’
Caster Semenya said that being described as biologically male “hurts more than I can put in words.”
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Mikaela Shiffrin, after the best season of her career, ponders what’s next
Mikaela Shiffrin, coming off her best season, eyes more history next season.
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Riikka Sallinen, Finland hockey Hall of Famer, retires at age 46
In 2018, she broke an NHL legend's record as oldest Olympic hockey medalist.
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Larry Nassar judge, Olympians back USOC oversight push in Congress
Judge Rosemarie Aquilina joined athletes for the announcement.
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Luca Urlando breaks Michael Phelps butterfly record
Luca Urlando, the grandson of an Olympic hammer thrower, appears to be Michael Phelps' successor in his signature event.
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U.S. women’s rugby team earns first World Series title, Olympic spot
Both U.S. men's and women's rugby sevens teams are ranked second in the world.
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Jordan Burroughs, Kyle Snyder lead U.S. wrestling team for world champs
A reigning Olympic champ and a reigning world champ missed out.
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Brady Ellison is first U.S. world champion in archery since 1985
Brady Ellison shares the U.S. record for Olympic archery medals.
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Adam Rippon appears in Taylor Swift music video
Taylor Swift continues her association with Olympic figure skaters.
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Thirty-three Russians face new doping allegations
The athletes come from four Summer Olympic sports.
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Nick Nurse looks to end Canada’s Olympic basketball drought
Toronto Raptors coach Nick Nurse indicated he will be Canada's national team coach.
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Olympic marathon silver medalist banned four years
The Rio Olympic women's marathon gold and silver medalists are serving doping bans.
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Andre De Grasse storms to first Diamond League win in two years
Andre De Grasse's last two seasons were cut short.
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U.S. Olympic medalists eye responses in Rabat; stream schedule, preview
Clayton Murphy and Jenny Simpson are among the Diamond League headliners in Rabat.
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Emily Seebohm, Australia swim star, sees world champs streak snapped
Australia also put an Olympic champion on the team in his best event despite missing the time standard.
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Caster Semenya considered boycott, says she’s blocked from Rabat meet
A Swiss court ruled Caster Semenya remains eligible to race all distances while her appeal is heard.
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Christian Coleman runs world’s fastest 100m of 2019
Christian Coleman and Sydney McLaughlin were the headliners at the Oslo Diamond League.
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Kara Goucher, Olympic marathoner, turns to trail running
Kara Goucher will run a trail marathon this weekend.
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Coleman wins men's 100m in Oslo
Christian Coleman won the men's 100m in Oslo with the world's fastest time for the event in 2019.
How April Ross, Alix Klineman became beach volleyball’s A-Team
April Ross and Alix Klineman are beach volleyball’s A-Team
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McLaughlin edges Muhammad in 400m hurdles
American teenager Sydney McLaughlin surges past reigning Olympic champion Dalilah Muhammad to win the Diamond League 400m hurdles in Oslo.
Chris Froome, hospitalized after crash, may be in line for 2011 Vuelta title
Chris Froome remained hospitalized in France on Thursday after the high-speed crash that left him with multiple fractures and shattered his hopes of going for a record-equaling fifth Tour de France title...
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Lee Chong Wei, Malaysian badminton star, retires after return bid from cancer
Lee Chong Wei tearfully ended a return bid from nose cancer.
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Watch Gabe Grunewald win national title at 3000m after cancer diagnosis
Gabe Grunewald, who died Tuesday, won a national title after beating cancer twice.
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Silver medalist’s DQ ups 2012 Olympic doping case count toward 70
A Lithuanian sprint canoeist has been stripped of his medal.
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Chris Froome crashes, will miss Tour de France
Chris Froome crashed while at a Tour de France prep race.
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Andy Murray hopes to return to singles this year
Andy Murray says he is playing tennis “pretty much pain-free” and is hoping to compete in singles “at some stage this year.”
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Russian Olympic champion, top track official faces doping ban
Andrei Silnov won the high jump at the 2008 Olympics.
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Christian Coleman ponders record more than rivalry as Diamond League moves to Oslo
Christian Coleman headlines the Oslo Diamond League, live on NBC Sports.
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Katie Ledecky, Australian rivals trade fast times before world champs
Katie Ledecky and Ariarne Titmus are expected to go head-to-head at worlds next month.
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Sydney McLaughlin takes on Olympic, world champions; Oslo preview, TV schedule
Sydney McLaughlin and Christian Coleman headline the Diamond League Oslo meet.
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Runner Gabe Grunewald dies after decade-long cancer fight
Gabe Grunewald said she held onto running "because it's gotten me through so much."
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Marquise Goodwin serious about NFL to Olympics run
Marquise Goodwin, the San Francisco 49ers wide receiver, already made one Olympic team.
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Caster Semenya to IAAF: Focus on dopers, not us
Caster Semenya raced Tuesday for the first time since a court ruled she can race her best events for now.
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Mack Horton, Olympic 400m free champion, struggles at Australia swim trials
Mack Horton failed to qualify outright for any individual events at the world championships.
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Mariya Lasitskene, Russia’s top track and field athlete, slams ‘never-ending disgrace’
There is no end in sight for Russia's track and field ban.
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U.S. women’s water polo extends dominance with World League title, Olympic berth
The U.S. women's water polo team is 127-4 dating to 2015.
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NCAA Track and Field Championships produce world leaders
Sha'Carri Richardson and Grant Holloway are names to watch for the U.S. and world championships.
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James Harden, Damian Lillard lead USA Basketball candidates for FIBA World Cup roster
USA Basketball roster candidates include five Olympians.
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Eden Hazard eyes Olympics with Belgium, but obstacles ahead
A Belgian coach is not fully on board with Hazard joining the team -- yet.
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Mai Murakami, all-around silver medalist, ineligible for gymnastics worlds
Mai Murakami is Japan's most decorated female gymnast.
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Rafael Nadal wins 12th French Open, closes in on Roger Federer’s Grand Slam record
Rafael Nadal, with his 12th French Open title, is closer to Roger Federer than ever.
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Russia accused of ‘backsliding’ on doping reforms in track and field
Russia has been banned from international track and field competition since 2015.
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