1. US Gymnast Wieber Announces Gymnastics Retirement

    U.S. Olympic team champion Jordyn Wieber announced her elite gymnastics retirement Friday, writing she's been away from the gym for about a year and confirming a December report she would not try to make the 2016 Olympic team...

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  2. Johnson-Thompson Wins Pentathlon

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  3. Brownlee Prepares for Solo 2015 Start

    Alastair will miss Saturday's World Triathlon Series opener in Abu Dhabi after injuring his ankle in training...

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  4. European Women's Basketball Great Eva Vítečková Retires

    One of the best European players over the past decade – Eva Viteckova has decided to retire with the season ongoing...

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  5. Biles Ready for Big Stage at American Cup

    Simone Biles considered what it will be like to compete in the AT&T American Cup on Saturday at massive AT&T Stadium in Arlington...

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  6. Complete Preview for Nastia Liukin Cup

    The 2015 Nastia Liukin Cup at 7 p.m. Friday will open a weekend of gymnastics at Arlington's AT&T Stadium...

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  7. Dallas Set to Host AT&T American Cup

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  8. Skier Lanzinger Retires, 7 Years After Losing Leg

    VIENNA -- Former World Cup skier Matthias Lanzinger of Austria is retiring, seven years after he had his lower left leg amputated following a crash in a race in Norway...

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  9. Phelps Exhibitions 7th Fastest 200IM Ever

    AUSTIN – Michael Phelps swam an unofficial time of 1:40.84 in the 200-yard IM last night at the American Short Course Championships, but it won't count as it wasn't in a time ...

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  10. Bach: IOC Doesn't Always Agree with Host's Politics

    COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The International Olympic Committee does not necessarily condone the political or legal systems in countries that it selects to host the games, IOC President Thomas Bach said...

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  11. Lake Placid Site Offering Skeleton Rides

    LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) — Sledding can be pleasant and pastoral, with big toboggans, snowy hills and rosy cheeks. And then there's skeleton sledding: belly down, head first on a sled the size of a throw rug, hard ice whooshing by your face...

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  12. Boston Mayor Defends Olympic Bid Amid Critics

    BOSTON (AP) — Mayor Marty Walsh is defending Boston's 2024 Olympic bid in some of his strongest terms yet, saying that — win or lose — the pursuit of the games represents ...

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  13. Almaty to Save $500M in Bid for 2022 Games

    Almaty will save more than $500 million after making several venue changes in its bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics, Kazakh organizers said Thursday...

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  14. Franklin's Dream to Become Most Decorated Female Swimmer Ever

    The effervescent Missy Franklin has laid out a bold (but certainly attainable) dream for her swimming career...

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  15. Harding-Kerrigan Scandal to Get Its Own Museum

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  16. Classmates Sweep World Cup Aerials Titles

    Mac Bohonnon and Kiley McKinnon, who once shared a first-grade classroom, now share the title of World Cup aerials champion...

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  17. Newark Set to Host 2016 American Cup

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  18. Nash: Canada Has 'Outside Shot' at Rio Medal

    Canada general manager Steve Nash said his national team has a “50-50″ shot at qualifying for the Rio Olympics this summer, but if it does, a medal is possible...

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  19. Michael Phelps: Latest Details, Comments on Possible USA Swimming Reinstatement

    Michael Phelps was stripped of a vital part of his comeback when USA Swimming decided to ban him from the 2015 world championships, but it turns out the 29-year-old superstar could potentially be part of the festivities in July and August after all..

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  20. Phelps Could Be Reinstated for '15 Worlds

    As Michael Phelps nears the end of a six-month suspension triggered by his second drunken driving offense, there is a possibility the 18-time Olympic gold medalist could see another, arguably harsher penalty reversed: his removal from the U...

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  21. Locals Used Oscar Trial to Understand the Law

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  22. Video: Bowe Sweeps World Sprint Championships

    U.S. Olympian Brittany Bowe swept all four races to easily capture the World Sprint Speed Skating Championship in Astana, Kazakhstan over the weekend...

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  23. Nuclear Disaster Site Wants to Host Baseball in 2020

    Fukushima, the site of 2011 nuclear plant meltdowns caused by an earthquake and tsunami, hopes to host preliminary baseball and softball games for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, according to Agence France-Presse...

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  24. Wie Targeting American Dream to Make Olympic Team

    (Reuters) - Michelle Wie enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2014 when she captured her first major title and the American will spend the next 18 months chasing another dream -- competing at a Summer Olympics...

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  25. Vanessa-Mae Bids to Overturn Ban

    Violinist Vanessa-Mae will attempt to overturn her four-year skiing ban at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) in Switzerland on Tuesday...

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