1. Austrian Stecher Ends 21-Year Nordic Career

    FALUN, Sweden -- Six-time Olympian Mario Stecher of Austria has ended his Nordic combined career, 21 years after winning his first of 12 World Cups...

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  2. IOC Relaxes Rule on Athletes, Sponsors in Olympics

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) -- The IOC is relaxing a rule that prohibited athletes from promoting non-official sponsors during the Olympics...

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  3. Oral History of Epic 2010 Olympi Hockey Final

    Athletes are conditioned to forget. Make a good play, think about the next one. Make a bad play, don't think about it and try to succeed the next time...

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  4. IOC Relaxes Rule on Athletes and Sponsors During Olympics

    The IOC is relaxing a rule that prohibited athletes from promoting non-official sponsors during the Olympics...

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  5. IOC: Sochi Olympics Post $50M Operating Surplus

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi recorded a surplus of $50 million in its operating budget...

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  6. Nevada Gaming Commission Approves Wagering on Olympic Events

    The Nevada Gaming Commission approved the legalization of gambling on Olympic events, which will take immediate effect, per Howard Stutz of the Las Vegas Review-Journal ...

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  7. Nevada Gaming Approves Olympic Wagering

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  8. Is Simone Biles Unbeatable?

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  9. Airbnb on Shortlist to Provide Rooms for 2016 Games

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  10. Cal Bobsledder Halfway to World Championship History

    Former Cal sprinter Cherrelle Garrett and pilot Elana Meyers Taylor are on the verge of becoming the first American women to win a bobsled World Championship title...

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  11. Dead Fish Found in Rio Olympic Sailing Venue

    In the latest problem for the sailing venue for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, thousands of dead twaite shad have been found floating in the waters of Guanabara Bay, prompting an investigation by the city's environmental agency...

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  12. Another Russian Walker Suspended for Doping

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  13. Conger Breaks American Record in 200 Fly

    AUSTIN – Texas' Jack Conger didn't waste anytime putting up big times as he dropped an American record in the 200-yard fly during time trials at the Big 12 Men's Championships this morning...

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  14. Olympian Pleads Guilty to Making Meth

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  15. Rutherford to Compete in Europeans

    Rutherford, 28, set an indoor personal best of 8.17m in Birmingham last week and has been named in a 39-strong squad to compete in Prague from 5 March...

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  16. Moore Wins Para-Snowboard Bronze

    Ben Moore won Britain's first Para-Snowboard World Championship medal with bronze in Tuesday's snowboard-cross event in La Molina, Spain...

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  17. IOC President: Rio Olympics Will Be 'Safe'

    RIO DE JANEIRO -- IOC President Thomas Bach says he's confident that the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro will be a "safe games...

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  18. Nastia Liukin to Perform on 'Dancing with the Stars'

    Nastia Liukin will be the third U.S. Olympic champion gymnast to compete on “Dancing With the Stars,” joining the roster for the 20th season to debut March 16...

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  19. Powell Eyes World Record, Olympic Trials at Age 51

    Mike Powell broke the long jump world record 24 years ago in perhaps the greatest head-to-head duel in track and field history...

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  20. Sailing Venue for Rio Olympics Still Filled with Sewage

    With the Olympics just 18 months away, government officials in Rio de Janeiro are under heavy pressure to show progress is being made in cleaning up the city's polluted Guanabara Bay...

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  21. Pistorius to Challenge Appeal of Conviction

    Oscar Pistorius' case will return to court next month after his lawyers said Tuesday they will challenge a judge's decision to allow prosecutors to appeal the Olympic runner's negligent killing conviction...

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  22. Former WNBA No. 1 Pick Leaves US Team Behind

    Lindsey Harding, the 2007 WNBA Draft No. 1 overall pick, will be eligible to play for Belarus at EuroBasket in June as the nation tries to qualify for the Rio 2016 Olympics...

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  23. U.S. Skiers Take 2 Medals at Nordic Worlds

    FALUN, Sweden -- Charlotte Kalla gave host Sweden its first gold medals of the Nordic skiing world championships by winning the women's 10-kilometer freestyle race Wednesday, while ...

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  24. IOC Inspectors Tour Rio 2016 Sites; Concerns over Sites Arise

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — IOC inspectors have begun a three-day visit to Rio de Janeiro to check on preparations for the Olympics, which are just 18 months away.....

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  25. Organizers: Boston Olympics Would Have Statewide Appeal

    LOWELL -- Rowing on the Merrimack River has long been touted as one of the events Lowell would host if the Boston 2024 Olympic bid succeeds.....

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