1. Sweden's Hansdotter Wins World Cup Slalom

    Frida Hansdotter of Sweden dominated a World Cup night slalom on Tuesday for her second career victory. Hansdotter built on her first-run lead to finish in a combined time of 1 minute, 49...

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  2. Red Sox Open to Hosting Olympic Events in 2024

    The Boston Red Sox weren't involved in the process of deciding on Boston as America's bid for the Summer Olympics in 2024, but they would be open to playing a role should the city get chosen, chief operating officer Sam Kennedy said...

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  3. How Boston Plans to Do 2024 Games for $5B

    Against most expectations, Boston is the U.S. entrant in the bidding war for the 2024 Summer Olympics. Now the question is whether it can sell the International Olympic Committee on its vision for a bargain-basement pricetag for the Summer Games...

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  4. 95% Chinese Support Beijing's 2022 Winter Olympics Bid

    Totally 94.8 percent of the Chinese people, including 91.8 percent of Beijing citizens and 99.5 percent of Zhangjiakou citizens, are in support of their joint bid for the 2022 Winter ...

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  5. Beijing Hopes for Clean Air for 2022 Games

    China is aiming to speed up its environmental protection and improvement, especially to solve the smog trouble in and around Beijing, by taking advantage of planning for the Winter Olympics in 2022...

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  6. Questions Surround Open Water UAE Race

    International swimming officials have added a 10-kilometer open water race in the United Arab Emirates to the 2015 calendar over strenuous objections from the United States.....

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  7. Donovan to Head Team USA U19 Team for 2015

    Florida's Billy Donovan, Providence's Ed Cooley and Arizona's Sean Miller will return to coach USA Basketball's U19 team in 2015, according to a release from the program...

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  8. Video: Sochi Gold Medalist Voted off 'Apprentice'

    Sochi snowboard slopestyle gold medalist Jamie Anderson was fired on “Celebrity Apprentice” on Monday, leaving one Olympian on the show...

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  9. Top Teen Sprinter to Quit HS Track, Focusing on 2016

    Clermont East Ridge junior Kaylin Whitney, who broke girls world under-18 records in both the 100- and 200-meter dash last July, has decided not to compete in high school track this spring...

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  10. FIBA 3-on-3 World Tour to Be Staged in Abu Dhabi

    MIES, Switzerland (FIBA 3x3) – The 2015 and 2016 editions of the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final will take place in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Abu Dhabi, FIBA announced on Tuesday...

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  11. Support Grows for Foes of 2024 Olympics in Boston

    Support grows for foes of 2024 Olympics in Boston 010815olympicsms02.jpg Photo by: Matt Stone JUST SAY NO: No Boston Olympics co-chairman Chris Dempsey says the group's website has ...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 18 days ago 7 reads 0 comments

  12. Shiffrin Eyes US Record 3rd Straight WCup Slalom Win

    In the final slalom before her home world championship, Mikaela Shiffrin can become the first American skier to rack up three straight World Cup wins in the discipline...

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  13. Bode Miller Fastest on U.S. in Training in World Cup Return

    Bode Miller returned to the World Cup circuit Tuesday as the fastest American skier in a downhill training run on the classic Lauberhorn slope. Miller, who underwent back surgery in November, finished the quirky 2...

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  14. Live: Kuwait vs. South Korea in AFC Asia Cup

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  15. U.S. Slips Canada in OT for Women's U18 Gold

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  16. GB's Steven Burke Breaks Collarbone

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  17. Ashley Wagner, Unshaken by 2014, out to Reclaim U.S.title

    Ashley Wagner wants to lead U.S. Figure Skating into not only the World Championships in March, but also the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympics...

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  18. 'Atlanta Nine' Member Rearden Passes Away

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  19. Boston 2024 Bid Calls on Chicago Idea

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  20. Vegas Looks to Legalize Gambling on Olympics

    Gold medals could soon equal cold hard cash for Las Vegas gamblers as a proposal to allow wagering on the Summer and Winter Olympics moves closer to fruition...

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  21. USOC Is Clear: L.A. Is No Longer an Olympic City

    The morning-after reaction around Los Angeles to the U.S. Olympic Committee's decision to select Boston as the nation's bid candidate to host the 2024 Olympic Games was tired and predictable...

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  22. Instead of Saying No, Lets Try Being Open to Olympics Possibility

    They said we couldn't clean up Boston Harbor. They said we couldn't take down the Central Artery and build a third tunnel. They said we couldn't host a Democratic National Convention...

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  23. Lindsey Vonn's Record Chase Again Postponed in Austria

    Lindsey Vonn must take her pursuit of history to Italy after high winds canceled a second straight day of planned World Cup racing in Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria, on Sunday. Eleven racers went on Sunday before the race was stopped and later scrapped...

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  24. Five for Friday: Alpine Skiing

    Vancouver 2010 Olympic women's downhill champion Lindsey Vonn will chase after world cup history Saturday in Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria...

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  25. Boston-Area Colleges Gear Up to Play Major Role in Potential 2024 Games

    Organizers of Boston's Olympic bid are galvanizing area colleges to play a pivotal role in staging the games, from housing athletes and providing sporting venues to building facilities ...

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