1. Letterman's Legacy with the Olympics

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  2. Deadspin: Why Gatlin Was Kicked out of Beijing

    American sprinter Justin Gatlin claims he was told “you better leave” Beijing by organizers of the Beijing World Challenge track meet on Monday night, ahead of today's event...

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  3. Raisman: Why Gymnastics Needs More 'Team'

    Aly Raisman was the captain of the 2012 gold medal-winning U.S. Olympics women's gymnastics team. She individually won a gold medal on the floor and a bronze medal on the balance beam...

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  4. Rio Workers' Strike Affects Olympic Sites

    Heavy-construction workers in Rio de Janeiro, many involved in work for the 2016 Olympic Games, have begun a strike, the union representing the workers said, threatening to slow completion ...

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  5. Gatlin Leaves Beijing, Slams 'Disrespectful' Organizers

    Controversial sprinter Justin Gatlin ran into a new row on Tuesday when he flew home on the eve of the Beijing World Challenge meeting, claiming organizers had told him they did not want him to compete...

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  6. USOC: Boston 'No Sure Thing' as US 2024 Bid City

    Boston's troubled bid for the 2024 Olympics took another ding Monday, when a key U.S. Olympic leader suggested the city was no sure thing to remain the American candidate to bid for the games...

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  7. Ex-World Champ Asada to Attempt Comeback

    TOKYO (AP) -- Mao Asada is back into serious practice in a bid to return to figure skating at the elite level after taking a year off competition...

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  8. Japan Plans to Scale Back Stadium for 2020

    TOKYO (AP) — Japan plans to scale back the main stadium for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as the government runs short of money and time, the country's sports minister said Monday...

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  9. Racial Remarks by Brazilian Gymnasts Being Investigated

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The Brazilian confederation of gymnastics opened an investigation this weekend into remarks made by three members of the men's team toward a black teammate that surfaced in a video last week...

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  10. South Korea Marks 1,000 Days to 2018 Winter Olympics

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  11. Ryan Lochte Wins 200 IM on Final Day of Arena Pro Swim Series Meet

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  12. New Round of Boston 2024 Olympics Hearings Begins This Week

    A new round of public hearings gets underway this week on Boston's embattled bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics...

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  13. Ennis-Hill Steady at Loughborough

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  14. Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, LaShawn Merritt Struggle in Shanghai; Diamond...

    Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and LaShawn Merritt continued early season struggles relative to their top rivals in a Diamond League meet in Shanghai on Sunday...

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  15. Polluted Waters Could Force Rio De Janeiro to Move 2016 Olympic Races

    RIO DE JANEIRO — The site chosen for the finals of next summer's Olympic sailing races could not be more spectacular...

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 13 days ago 7 reads 0 comments

  16. Michael Phelps Seventh in Return to 200m Butterfly

    Michael Phelps finished seventh in his first 200m butterfly final since the 2012 Olympics at a Pro Swim Series meet in Charlotte on Saturday...

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  17. Blind Pole Vaulter Charlotte Brown Finishes Third at State Meet

    A blind 17-year-old pole vaulter earned a bronze medal in the Texas high school Class 4A state championship meet Saturday...

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  18. Michael Phelps Beaten in 100m Butterfly at Charlotte

    Michael Phelps finished third in the 100m butterfly at a Pro Swim Series meet in Charlotte on Friday, coming in behind two U.S. rivals in the event...

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  19. Shields Tops Lochte, Phelps in 100m Fly

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  20. Phelps, Lochte to Do Battle in Charlotte

    Michael Phelps was fourth overall in 100m butterfly preliminary heats and 14th in 200m freestyle heats on his opening day of the Pro Swim Series at Charlotte on Friday morning...

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  21. McPherson Snaps Team USA's Drought at Worlds

    (May 15, 2015) -- Paige McPherson (Sturgis, S.D.) won a bronze medal in the women's welterweight (-67kg) division on Friday at the 2015 WTF World Taekwondo Championships in Chelyabinsk, ...

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  22. Interview: Bolt Talks Aging, Doping and Diet

    Runner's World UK has just published an exclusive, extensive interview with the fastest man in history, Usain Bolt...

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  23. Report: Olympic Gymnastics Team Sizes Cut

    The International Gymnastics Federation has approved a new format for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo which cuts the artistic gymnastics team event size from five gymnasts to four gymnasts, according to Nancy Armour of USA Today...

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  24. Gatlin Wins Diamond League Opener in Doha

    Justin Gatlin lived up to the pre-season hype, winning the 100 meters in world-leading 9.74 seconds at the Diamond League opener on Friday for a personal-best time and a new meet record...

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  25. Video: Gatlin Blazes Past Field in 9.74 Seconds

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