1. IOC President Confident U.S. Will Still Bid for 2024 Games

    International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach expressed confidence Tuesday that the U.S. Olympic Committee will still bid for the 2024 Olympics after dropping Boston as its bid city Monday...

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  2. Beijing Faces Same Old Questions Ahead of Vote

    KUALA LUMPUR: Two of China's most storied winter Olympic athletes faced tough questions about Beijing bid's for the 2022 Winter Games — namely about air pollution and a lack of snow...

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  3. USOC Hopes for Another City to Bid on 2024 Games

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  4. 2024 Olympics: Boston Won't Pursue Bid to Host Games

    Boston's controversial bid for the 2024 Olympic Games is over before it even got off the ground. The organizers confirmed the decision Monday via Twitter, while an Associated Press report stated the U...

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  5. Report: USOC Ends Effort to Bring 2024 Games to Boston

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  6. Sprinter Wins Right to Compete in Court Case

    A female sprinter barred from international competition because her natural levels of testosterone were judged by track and field officials to be in the range of men must be allowed to compete, the final appeals court for global sports ruled on Monday...

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  7. American Jordan Wilimovsky Wins 10k Open Water World Title

    KAZAN, Russia (AP) — Jordan Wilimovsky cruised to a 12.1-second victory in the 10-kilometer open water race at the world swimming championships, qualifying for a berth in next year's Olympics...

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  8. Video: Edmunds Throws 1st Pitch at A's Game

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  9. Team USA WNT Wins Gold at Pan Am Games

    AJAX, Ontario -- On a baseball diamond in suburban Ontario, Team USA built its own field of dreams. The U.S. women's baseball team brought home the gold medal, beating Canada 11-3, in the Pan American Games debut of the event...

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  10. Special Olympics Gets Largest Single Private Donation

    The Special Olympics has received a $25 million donation, the largest single private gift in the organization's 47-year history...

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  11. Neymar: I Told Barcelona I Want to Play in Rio

    Brazilian soccer superstar Neymar has told his club team, Barcelona, that he wants to play in the Olympics and Copa America Centenario next summer, according to O Globo...

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  12. Nike Makes Track Star Eaton a Cooling Hood

    Olympic champion and world-record holder Ashton Eaton wanted an “ice hat” for recovery in hot conditions during the 10-event decathlon...

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  13. Boston Mayor 'Cannot Commit' to Olympic Bid

    Less than seven months after his city was named the United States' bidding city for the 2024 Summer Olympics, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said Monday in a hastily arranged press conference that he is willing to lose the bid...

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  14. Special Olympics Triathlete Noah Dellas Hopes to Follow in Michael Phelps'

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  15. Toronto's Pan Am Games Get an 'A' from Athletes

    As Toronto's powers-that-be debate the success of the Pan Am Games and mull an Olympic bid, we thought we'd go straight to source...

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  16. Michael Phelps: I've Looked at My 22 Medals Together Once or Twice

    The last two days in Los Angeles marked one of the greatest gatherings of Olympic legends outside of the Olympic Games...

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  17. Ainslie Wins First America's Cup World Series Stop of 2015

    PORTSMOUTH, England (AP) — The hometown Land Rover Ben Ainslie Racing has been declared the winner of the first America's Cup World Series of the year after Sunday's racing was canceled because of gale-force wind...

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  18. Team USA Minicamp Roster 2015: Latest News and Rumors on Potential Attendees

    With the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro just a year away, Team USA will be hosting a minicamp in August, with some of the NBA's top talent expected to be in attendance...

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  19. Toronto to Make 2024 Olympic Bid

    The president of the Canadian Olympic Committee confirmed on Saturday that the office would back a Toronto bid for the 2024 Olympics, checking off one bullet point in a long list of requirements needed to secure the rights to the Games...

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  20. Kissimmee Teen Earns Boxing Gold Medal at Pan American Games

    Antonio Vargas of Kissimmee is the only American to win a men's boxing gold medal at the Pan American Games...

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  21. Simone Biles as Powerful as Male Gymnasts, Jonathan Horton Says

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  22. Twice as Nice: David Oliver Wins Hurdles Gold Despite Rerun

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  23. Former Oregon distance runner Andrew Wheating wins gold medal at Pan-Am Games

    Former Oregon track and field star Andrew Wheating won gold in the men's 1500 at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto...

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  24. Former East Ridge Standout Whitney Captures Pan Am Gold

    Kaylin Whitney may be on her way to becoming America's next track sensation. The 17-year old former East Ridge High School standout's rise took a giant leap toward the top on Friday ...

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  25. Canada Will Play for Gold in Men's Basketball

    Canada will go for men's basketball gold at the Pan American Games after defeating the United States 111-108 in an overtime thriller Friday...

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