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LONDON, Ont. – It was nice that the judges gave Meryl Davis and Charlie White a world-record score for their short dance Thursday night. After all, this is a competition, so both score and placement are the ultimate measure of success, no matter that figure skaters must learn to...
LONDON, Ont. – Gracie Gold is plainly reverential toward Yuna Kim, whom the 17-year-old Gold came to idolize in the two years leading up to Kim’s victory at the 2010 Olympics.
Two-time Olympic host Los Angeles has officially thrown its hat in the ring again.
A professional track athlete representing Jamaica for 12 years, Sanjay Ayre has won a race on every continent except Antarctica.
Bridie Farrell, whose allegations of sexual misconduct by three-time Olympic speedskater Andy Gabel more than a decade ago came to light last week, said Saturday she appreciated Gabel's "honesty in coming forward" to apologize for his actions.
Three-time Olympic speedskater Andy Gabel apologized Friday for alleged sexual misconduct more than a decade ago with a 15-year-old female teammate when he was in his 30s.
Under Armour solidified its push to market to women and change the company’s often masculine image Thursday by announcing a deal to become the official gear provider for USA Gymnastics for the next eight years.
“I’m 27. I’m retired. But I still want to compete.”
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- After a roller-coaster four-day bail hearing, Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius was granted bail Friday ahead of his murder trial after Chief Magistrate Desmond Nair ruled there was no risk he would flee to escape justice.
Alpine skiers get used to coming back successfully from injuries.