1. Bode Miller to Undergo Back Surgery, Hopeful for January Return

    Downhill racer Bode Miller will undergo back surgery Monday with the goal of returning to ski racing by January...

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  2. Dual Olympian Weir Announces Retirement from Olympic Sailing

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  3. Boston Is Already Saying 'Hell No' to the 2024 Olympics

    As someone who has reported from most of the Olympic sites since 2002, I have written—often—that these games, so treasured by athletes and fans, operate off-camera as a colossal scam...

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  4. World Gymnastics Champ Biles to Attend UCLA

    LOS ANGELES -- Two-time world gymnastics all-around champion Simone Biles has signed a national letter of intent to attend UCLA, although she has deferred enrollment until after the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics...

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  5. Germany Hopes Doping Law Helps Land Olympics

    BERLIN (AP) — German officials hope a proposed anti-doping law will increase support around the country for a 2024 Olympic Games bid...

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  6. Longtime Olympics Agent Goldberg Dies at 65

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  7. K.C. Boutiette Eyes Fifth Olympics in 2018 at Age 47

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  8. Violinist Hits Bum Note with Skiing Ban

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  9. Olympic Star Nathan Adrian to Headline Edmond, OK Pro-Am

    2012 London Olympic Gold Medalist, Nathan Adrian will be headlining a record-sized field of Pros at the 2014 OKC Pro-Am.....

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  10. Russian Teen Skater Struggling with Depression

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian figure skater Julia Lipnitskaia's rapid rise to fame at the Sochi Olympics has turned her life into "constant stress...

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  11. Marathon Winner DQed for Impossible Splits

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  12. Germany Drafts Law Making Doping a Crime

    BERLIN -- The draft of an anti-doping law in Germany plans jail terms of up to three years for top athletes caught taking performance-enhancing drugs...

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  13. Vanessa Mae Given Four-Year Ban for Fiddled Skiing Races

    Vanessa Mae has been given a four-year ban by the International Ski Federation for taking part in races which were fixed to help her qualify for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.....

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  14. Video: Scary Skating Collision a Chance for Change?

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  15. Watch: The '70s Were Insane for Gymnastics

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  16. Bolt Only Runner Among Forbes' Top 100 Paid Athletes

    Usain Bolt is the 45th highest paid athlete in the world, and the only runner among the top 100 earners, according to a list compiled by Forbes...

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  17. Hanyu out 2-3 Weeks to Recover from Collision

    TOKYO -- Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu will need two-to-three weeks to recover from injuries resulting from a scary collision with another skater in warm-ups at the Cup of China.....

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  18. Olympics-NHL Participation at 2018 Winter Games Still Uncertain

    BANGKOK, Nov 8 (Reuters) - The participation of National Hockey League players at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.....

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  19. Four Nations: USA Beats Sweden, 3-0, in Final Prelim Game

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  20. U.S. Short Track Speedskaters Line Up for 2014-15 Season

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  21. Official: Winter Games Won't Move for World Cup

    BANGKOK (AP) — The 2022 Winter Olympics will remain in the traditional February time slot and will not be moved to make way for a rescheduled World Cup in Qatar, the head of the world's national Olympic committees said Thursday...

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  22. Almaty, Beijing Make Official Pitches for 2022 Games

    The cities of Beijing and Almaty, Kazakhstan, made their first international pitches for hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics on Friday, according to The Associated Press...

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  23. Live Stream: 2014 Trampoline Worlds

    Watch the first day of men's and women's trampoline, men's double mini and women's tumbling qualifications from the 2014 World Championships LIVE on Friday, Nov. 7 starting at 9 a.m...

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  24. 800-Meter Champ Rudisha Wins Inaugural Award

    BANGKOK -- Kenyan 800-meter champion David Rudisha has won the inaugural award from the Association of National Olympic Committees as the best male athlete at the most recent Summer Olympics...

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  25. Swimmer Hoff Withdraws for Worlds with Blood Clots

    Katie Hoff, a three-time 2008 Olympic medalist, withdrew from the World Short Course Championships in Doha, Qatar, in December, because she's been advised against international air travel following two blood clots in her lungs...

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