1. Belmont Stakes 2012: Injury Forces I'll Have Another to Scratch

    What a difference a day makes. On Friday, trainer Doug O'Neill announced on The Dan Patrick Show that his colt, I'll Have Another , has sustained an injury, and he is pulling the horse out of the Belmont Stakes...

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  2. London 2012: Will Nastia Liukin's Bars Routine Help Her Make US Gymnastics Team?

    Nastia Liukin stepped up to the podium to train for her uneven bars routine on Thursday in preparation for the Visa Championships, which is the last leg to the U.S. Olympic Trials...

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  3. Visa Championships 2012: 6 Gymnasts Sure to Make the US Team Entering Nationals

    Podium training has begun at the Visa Championships in St. Louis -- the next major test for gymnasts looking to secure a spot on the U.S. Olympic team...

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  4. Belmont Stakes 2012: New Jockey Velazquez Will Be the Difference for Union Rags

    For trainer Michael Matz, the Belmont Stakes is a chance for vindication. For jockey John Velazquez, it is a time to prove what he has believed all along: Union Rags is a winner...

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  5. London 2012: 6 US Gymnasts on the Olympic Bubble Entering Visa Championships

    Two tests remain before the 2012 London Olympic gymnastic team is announced live at the Olympic trials in July. Before athletes get to that point, they must prove their mettle at the Visa Nationals June 7-10 in St...

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  6. London 2012: Gymnast Shawn Johnson Announces She Will Not Compete

    It is official. After all the rehab and hours in the gym, 2008 Olympian Shawn Johnson has retired at age 20. According to USAGym...

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  7. Belmont Stakes 2012: Doug O'Neill Guilty Verdict Prompts Tighter Drug Security

    With the recent controversy surrounding trainer Doug O'Neill regarding medication-related fines and his suspension, the Belmont Stakes now has new rules to eliminate any appearance of impropriety on the part of the horse handlers...

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  8. London 2012: US Gymnast's Rejection from Olympic Consideration Stirs Controversy

    Chellsie Memmel, a member of the 2008 U.S. Olympic gymnastics team, will not be returning for a second shot at the upcoming London Games, and some people are angry about how she was excluded from consideration...

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  9. Belmont Stakes 2012: Bodemeister Declines Invitation to This Party

    If fans were hoping to make book on a three-peat second-place run by Bodemeister in the 2012 Belmont Stakes , they will be disappointed...

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  10. London 2012: Aly Raisman, Secret Olympic Weapon at the US Secret Classic

    Saturday’s much-awaited US Secret Classic proved those hunting a London 2012 spot in women’s gymnastics need more than great routines. They need nerves of steel to withstand the pressures...

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  11. London 2012: 5 American Gymnasts We Can't Wait to See at the Secret US Classic

    As Olympic fever rises in anticipation of London 2012, U.S. gymnasts face a final opportunity to move forward to the Visa Nationals and U.S. Trials at the Secret U.S. Classic...

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  12. London 2012: 5 Things You Need to Know About US Gymnast Danell Leyva

    Danell Johan Leyva is the undisputed reigning king of U.S. gymnastics. From his humble beginnings to international stardom, this competitor holds in his grips the hopes of many American Olympic fans...

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  13. London 2012: Is Jordyn Wieber Headed to Olympic Gymnastics Greatness? Oh Yeah!

    Unless the sky falls on Jordyn Wieber, the 17-year-old will be on her way to the 2012 London Olympic games. You can bank on it...

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  14. 2012 Triple Crown: Can I'll Have Another Break a 34-Year Drought?

    Doug O'Neill added the second jewel of the 2012 Triple Crown to his collection Saturday, as I'll Have Another charged past Bodemeister to win the Preakness Stakes by barely a head...

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  15. 2012 Preakness Stakes: Kent Desormeaux Out, Fails Breathalyzer Test

    Hall of Fame jockey Kent Desormeaux has been removed from his mount Tiger Walk after failing a breathalyzer test on Friday, according to Chris Korman of The Baltimore Sun ...

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  16. Summer Olympics 2012: 10 Athletes Who Could Become America's Next Stars

    Temperatures are warming and so is anticipation for the 2012 Summer Olympics . Thousands will attend the games, and fans worldwide will tune into NBC Sports to follow their favorite athletes...

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  17. London 2012: US Gymnast Jonathan Horton Gunning for Return Olympic Bid

    Jonathan Horton will more than likely seal the deal at the Visa National Championships in San Jose this June. The Summer Olympics 2012 will be his second opportunity to prove he still has the stuff Olympians are made of...

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  18. Preakness Stakes 2012: 12 Horses Confirmed and Rearing to Go

    The Preakness Stakes is less than five days away and the field has been determined. Twelve horses will go to battle for a share of the $1 million purse. I’ll Have Another is seeking the all important win to add to his Kentucky Derby bed of roses...

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  19. Preakness Stakes 2012: Bodemeiser Confirmed for the Preakness Stakes

    I'll Have Another may need to ask the second place Kentucky Derby horse politely when it comes to the 2012 Preakness Stakes . Bodemeister is now confirmed as a contender according to Preakness...

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  20. London 2012: Romania Grabs Gold at European Gymnastics Championships

    The 2012 Summer Olympic rosters are shaping up in Europe with Romania at the top of the award podium in Brussels this past weekend. The team hung on to a first-day lead to capture gold in the European gymnastics championships, scoring 176...

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  21. Triple Crown 2012: One Intriguing Sign Bodemeister May Run in Preaknes Stakes

    The Kentucky Derby is a recent memory, but trainer Doug O’Neill wasted no time in registering his colt I’ll Have Another in the Preakness Stakes...

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  22. London 2012: U.S. Gymnast Alexandra Raisman Poised for an Olympic Bid

    Summer Olympics 2012 fever is catching on, and in the world of elite gymnastics that means it is time to examine the past three years leading up to London and the hopefuls who have gold in their eyes and fortitude in their hearts...

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  23. London 2012: Will Romania's Women Gymnasts Be a Threat to U.S. in Olympics?

    The prestigious European Championships are in full swing in Brussels, Belgium as gymnasts fly and flip in anticipation of the Summer Olympics 2012...

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  24. London 2012: Is Gymnast Shawn Johnson Healthy Enough to Compete in Olympics?

    Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson is one of the most recognized faces of gymnastics from the Beijing games, and she wants another shot at gold. But a skiing accident could put a stop to her dream...

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  25. Preakness Stakes 2012: Field of Competitors Mount as Race Time Nears

    With the Preakness Stakes less than two weeks away, trainers are beginning to throw their silks into the ring...

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