1. Toronto's Mike Komisarek Out For the Season, Withdraws From Team USA, Olympics

    Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman and first-time Olympian Mike Komisarek will miss the remainder of the NHL season as well as the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, it was announced Wednesday night...

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  2. 2010 Winter Olympics and Team USA Hockey: Storylines Galore in Vancouver

    The executive director of USA Hockey, Dave Ogrean, says the sport is going to be center stage when “hockey-mad” Canada drops the puck in Vancouver on Feb. 13...

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  3. Tennis Power Rankings Feb. 1: Serena Williams, Justine Henin Reign Supreme

    With 16 nations competing in Fed Cup action this week, the women of the WTA Tour will be looking ahead to the Open GDF SUEZ in Paris starting on Feb. 9 and the prestigious Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships on Feb...

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  4. Interviewing an Olympian: Team USA's John Daly Talks About Vancouver 2010

    “I’m still waiting to wake up,” said 24-year-old John Daly, a first-time Olympian and member of Team USA’s skeleton squad, as he ponders what lies ahead in Vancouver. “The thought of it is just amazing...

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  5. Lessons From Melbourne: Six Thoughts From the Australian Open

    While Serena Williams continued her dominance at the Australian Open, there were plenty of other stories that caught people's attention...

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  6. Going for Gold: Team USA's Chances at 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver

    The 2010 Winter Olympics from Vancouver are just two weeks away. Shaun White and Team USA will look to continue their dominance on the half pipe; Lindsey Jacobellis will look to make amends ...

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  7. The Rise and Rise of Na Li: China's First Top 10 Star

    Na Li will make national history in the world of women’s tennis on Monday when she becomes the first Chinese player to break into the world’s top 10...

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  8. A Tale of Two Sisters: Serena Williams Battles in Melbourne, Venus Crashes Out

    It was the best of the Williamses, it was the worst of the Williamses; it was the age of winners, it was the age of errors; it was the Grand Slam of hope, it was the Grand Slam of despair...

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  9. Australian Open Quarterfinal Predictions: Too Easy For Serena Williams

    While seven of the world’s top 10 men will battle it out for a place in the semifinals at the Australian Open, things are a lot more diverse in the women’s draw. The highest seed in the bottom half of the draw is No...

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  10. MLB's Five Fantasy Gems: Why Jose Lopez May Out-Produce Brandon Phillips

    There are lots of debates in the world of fantasy baseball: Who is the No. 1 overall pick in your draft, Albert Pujols or Hanley Ramirez? Should you take Alex Rodriguez fourth or fifth? Who is ...

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  11. Australian Open Day Five: Kim Clijsters Battered, Justine Henin Advances

    Kim Clijsters suffered the worst loss of her career on Friday in a 6-0, 6-1 mauling at the hands of third round opponent Nadia Petrova. The No...

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  12. Australian Open Day Four: Serena Marches on, Aussies Delight Home Crowd

    Defending champion Serena Williams strolled into the third round in Melbourne on Thursday, and Aussie favourites Sam Stosur and Casey Dellacqua delighted fans on Rod Laver Arena with a pair of hard-fought straight set wins...

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  13. Australian Open Day Three: Justine Henin Shocks Elena Dementieva in Oz

    Justine Henin continued her remarkable comeback to the world of tennis by upsetting No. 5 seed Elena Dementieva on day three in Melbourne. There were also straight set victories for six of the top 10, including No...

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  14. Australian Open Day Two: Williams Sisters Cruise, Aussies Battle Through

    Defending champion Serena Williams and sister Venus safely advanced to the second round in Melbourne on Tuesday, along with No. 8 seed Jelena Jankovic and Aussie favourites Sam Stosur and Casey Dellacqua...

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  15. Australian Open Day One: Maria Kirilenko Shocks No. 14 Maria Sharapova

    World No. 14 Maria Sharapova became the first women's seed to crash out of the 2010 Australian Open, losing in three sets to compatriot Maria Kirilenko on Day One in Melbourne...

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  16. Beware: Sixteen Women to Watch Out for at the Australian Open

    In the final installment of my 2010 Australian Open preview of the women's draw, here are 16 other players that could certainly cause a problem or two...

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  17. 2010 Australian Open: Analyzing the Top 16 Women's Seeds at Melbourne

    With the seeds for the 2010 Australian Open in place, here's a look at the top 16 women and how they're likely to fare in Melbourne next week. No...

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  18. Australian Open 2010: Full Coverage of Women's Draw for Melbourne

    Serena Williams will defend her Australian Open crown against Urszula Radwanska in the opening round on Monday as she looks to win the event for an unprecedented fifth time...

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  19. Serena Williams Survives Scare, Faces Elena Dementieva in Sydney Final

    Medibank International— Serena Williams survived a big scare against unseeded Aravane Rezai to advance to the final in Sydney where she will meet defending champion Elena Dementieva...

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  20. Serena Williams Wins in Sydney, Elena Dementieva Dumps out Dinara Safina

    Medibank International— World No. 1 Serena Williams advanced to the semifinals in Sydney with a straight sets victory over qualifier Vera Dushevina, but second seed Dinara Safina crashed out to defending champion Elena Dementieva...

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  21. Lost in Translation: Explaining Cricket to the Americans

    As England's cricket team prepares for Thursday's final test against South Africa, it struck me—a UK journalist living now in New York—that Americans don't really know a lot about British sport...

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  22. Serena Williams, Dinara Safina Win in Sydney, Svetlana Kuznetsova Out

    Medibank International The top two women in the world were in action for the first time on Tuesday in the second round of the Medibank International at Sydney. No...

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  23. Mark McGwire* Admits Using Steriods When He Broke Home Run Record

    Mark McGwire finally admitted on Monday something that many baseball fans had suspected for years...he used steroids. The Oakland and St...

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  24. Elena Dementieva, Svetlana Kuznetsova Advance in Sydney, Seeds Cruise in Hobart

    Medibank International With nine of the top 10 women’s players in the world taking to the hardcourt of Sydney, the premier warm-up event to the Australian Open is a well-established tournament everyone wants to be in contention of winning...

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  25. Justine Henin, Kim Clijsters on Course to Clash in All-Belgian WTA Final

    Justine Henin remains on track for a finals showdown with countrywoman Kim Clijsters in Brisbane, while three of the top four seeds are in the semifinals in Auckland...

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