1. Could Miller's Career Be over After Latest Crash?

    BEAVER CREEK, Colo. (AP) -- Bode Miller's world championships are now over. His career? On hold for the moment...

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  2. Klitschko Wants to Fight in Olympics Despite Being a Pro

    NEW YORK — World heavyweight boxing champion Wladimir Klitschko still hopes to compete in the Rio Olympics, but that does not appear possible...

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  3. Coach: Miller Had a 'Really Nasty Crash'

    BEAVER CREEK — Attacking with the all-out style that epitomized his career and created fans even outside of ski racing, Bode Miller crashed while leading the super-G at the world ...

    Alex Tam Written by Alex Tam about 3 months ago 16 reads 0 comments

  4. Suspended Phelps to Return at Pro Swim Series

    Once again, Mesa, Arizona will be overrun with swim fans in 2015, as for the second-straight year, Michael Phelps will make his comeback to competitive swimming at the Arena Pro Swim Series – Mesa (formerly the Mesa Grand Prix) meet in April...

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  5. Big Crowd for 1st Boston Olympics Meeting

    "It gives us the opportunity, whether or not we get the bid, for the next two years to go around the world and market our city to 110 different countries," Walsh told an overflow crowd at the first of nine public meetings he has scheduled...

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  6. Vonn Retakes World's Spotlight for Downhill

    After winning bronze in the championship-opening Super-G on Tuesday, Vonn has quickly reset her sights on downhill gold and will push out of the start hut onto the challenging Raptor layout as the heavy favorite...

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  7. Bobsledder Meyers Taylor Nabs Fifth WC Title

    American Elana Meyers Taylor won her fifth bobsled World Cup of the season on Friday to extend her lead in the standings...

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  8. Bolt to Open 2015 Season on Valentine's Day

    Kingston (Jamaica) (AFP) - Six time Olympic champion Usain Bolt is to open his 2015 World Championships season on Valentine's Day at the Camperdown Classic, where he's expected to run the 400m...

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  9. Bruce Jenner's Courage

    When I was a growing up, yearning with my pals to be a track star, one of our heroes was Bruce Jenner. He won a gold medal at the 1976 Olympics in the decathlon, and he adorned our Wheaties boxes...

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  10. Dramatic Crash Spoils Miller's Comeback

    VAIL, Colo. -- Hannes Reichelt of Austria became the oldest world champion in alpine ski racing history Thursday, winning the super-G on a mountain that has brought him more success than any other during his 13-year career...

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  11. Video: Miller Crashes at Worlds Super-G Event

    Bode Miller suffered a nasty cut on his right leg but walked off on his own power after crashing in the World Championships super-G in Beaver Creek, Colo., on Thursday...

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  12. NY Times: Unmistakable Sound of Going Fast

    BEAVER CREEK, Colo. — In an Alpine downhill race, there is no more lonely and solitary place than standing over a pair of skis hurtling down the mountain at 80 miles an hour...

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  13. Audio: What Going 80 MPH Downhill Sounds Like

    Start-house beeps, chattering skis, wind in their ears and the eerie silence of a fall: Some of the top ski racers in the world describe the sounds of a World Cup downhill...

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  14. Tribute Planned for Skiers Killed in Avalanche

    BEAVER CREEK, Colo. -- Two U.S. Ski Team prospects killed in an avalanche last month will be honored Thursday at the world championships...

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  15. Why You Should Watch FIS Alpine Skiing Worlds

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  16. Bach: IOC Ready to Act in Russian Doping Case

    BEAVER CREEK, Colo. (AP) -- IOC President Thomas Bach says the Olympic body will look into Yulia Zaripova's doping case to determine whether to strip the Russian athlete of her gold medal in the 3,000-meter steeplechase from the 2012 London Games...

    Alex Tam Written by Alex Tam about 3 months ago 37 reads 0 comments

  17. Shiffrin Now the 'Hunted' at World Championships

    BEAVER CREEK, Colorado, Feb 2 (Reuters) – American darling Mikaela Shiffrin said on Monday that she will embrace the weight of expectation when she defends her alpine ski world ...

    Alex Tam Written by Alex Tam about 3 months ago 21 reads 0 comments

  18. Golf and Olympics: A Bad Fit

    Dan Jansen is more likely to be in golf spikes than speed skates these days, but his experience as an Olympic champion is never far from his mind...

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  19. Two-Time Olympian Chloe Sutton Announces Retirement

    CARY – Chloe Sutton, the only American to compete in the Olympic Games in both the pool and open water, announced her retirement from competitive swimming today...

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 3 months ago 513 reads 0 comments

  20. Ted 'The Shred' Ligety Eyes World Championship Hat-Trick Repeat

    (CNN)He's a two-time Olympic gold medalist, successful businessman and has a killer nickname that attests to his daredevil nature on the slopes...

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  21. IOC President: Football Not an Olympic Sport

    American football isn't getting into the Summer Olympics anytime soon. International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said at the world ski championships Tuesday that one ...

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  22. Bend Picked to Host USA XC Championships

    BEND, OREGON -- USA Track and Field announced this week that Bend, Oregon has been chosen as the host city for the 2016 and 2017 USATF Cross Country Championships...

    Alex Tam Written by Alex Tam about 3 months ago 5 reads 0 comments

  23. Athlete Pens Op-Ed About Dream to Compete in Summer, Winter Games

    I'm training for the Olympics in two sports, but chances are you've never heard of me. There aren't a lot of Africans in contention for both the Summer Olympics in swimming and the ...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 3 months ago 1,148 reads 0 comments

  24. O'Neil: Bar Raised for U.S. Ski Team at Worlds

    VAIL, Colo. -- Two years ago, the U.S. Ski Team waltzed into the epicenter of alpine ski racing, Austria, and upstaged the host country during the biggest event outside of the Olympics...

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  25. Fidel Castro's Son Aids Baseball Olympic Bid

    LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- A son of Fidel Castro and a prominent Washington, D.C.-based attorney will help campaign for the return of baseball and softball in the Olympics...

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