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2014 Winter Olympics (INACTIVE)

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  • NHL suspends Cody McLeod, Michael Grabner for head hits

    NHL suspends Cody McLeod, Michael Grabner for head hits
    On a busy day for the NHL’s Player Safety Department, Colorado Avalanche forward Cody McLeod was suspended five games for a boarding infraction against Detroit’s Niklas Kronwall last week. Brendan Shanahan, head of the department that...
  • Wagner becomes triple threat at Skate America

    Wagner becomes triple threat at Skate America
    Ashley Wagner knew she had to up the difficulty of her jumps to climb the final steps to the podium at a global figure skating championship. She was fifth and fourth at the worlds the past two seasons, and Wagner felt the difference between her and...
  • With Olympics on horizon, Sochi gets a welcome dusting of snow

    With Olympics on horizon, Sochi gets a welcome dusting of snow
    The first snow of the season has fallen on the mountains where the 2014 Sochi Olympics take place early next year. It's only a dusting, but it's a welcome sight for organizers. According to FIS, the international ski federation, a light storm hit the...
  • Ashley Wagner decries Russian anti-gay law

    Ashley Wagner decries Russian anti-gay law
    PARK CITY, Utah – Ashley Wagner was well prepared for the question.  During a U.S. Figure Skating training camp in late August, she and other skaters had been told to expect it.  The U.S. Olympic Committee told the skaters what its position was, and...
  • Ski star Bode Miller embarrassed by Russian anti-gay law

    Ski star Bode Miller embarrassed by Russian anti-gay law
    PARK CITY, Utah - Four-time Olympian Bode Miller, the greatest men's alpine skier in U.S. history, said Russia's anti-gay law showed an intolerance and ignorance that embarrassed him as a human being.  Miller, the winner of five Olympic medals, took one...
  • Christopher Bailey to succeed Angela Ahrendts as Burberry CEO

    Christopher Bailey to succeed Angela Ahrendts as Burberry CEO
    Burberry taps Bailey: Christopher Bailey, who has served as chief creative officer of Burberry for the last six years, will also become the label's chief executive officer in mid-2014, the British brand announced Tuesday. Bailey, who will also retain...
  • Sped-up Anaheim Ducks learn from last season's pitfalls

    Since losing their opener at Colorado, the Ducks have won four straight games and have matched the best start in club history with eight points. But if last season should teach them anything, it's that how you finish is more important than how you start....
  • PASSINGS: Sergei Belov, Israel Gutman

    PASSINGS: Sergei Belov, Israel Gutman
    Sergei Belov Champion Russian basketball player Sergei Belov, 69, the starting guard on the Soviet basketball team that won a gold medal over the U.S. at the 1972 Olympics, died Thursday in the Ural Mountains city of Perm, Russia, where he coached a...
  • Sochi Games officials accept Olympic flame amid small protest

    Sochi Games officials accept Olympic flame amid small protest
    A few dozen protesters staged a peaceful rally in Athens on Saturday as Russian officials accepted the Olympic flame for the upcoming 2014 Sochi Winter Games. The protesters oppose against Russia's anti-gay legislation, which threatens prosecution for...
  • NHL TV schedule 2013-14

     
    NHL TV schedule 2013-14: U.S. national TV schedule for NHL games on NBC Sports Network, NBC and NHL Network. The NHL is making up for lost time after last season’s lockout, with division realignment, Olympic rivalries and expansion of marquee...
  • Vonn could be back to ski racing later this month

    Vonn could be back to ski racing later this month
    PARK CITY -- Lindsey Vonn was in Ohio, hanging with a guy she did not name but referred to as “my boyfriend,” who is playing in the Presidents Cup there this week.  She addressed the Olympic media summit in an 18-minute video call with audio...
  • Russian officials outline security measures for Sochi Olympics

    PARK CITY, Utah -- Meeting with reporters here earlier this week, U.S. Olympic officials said they are keeping a careful eye on security at the upcoming 2014 Sochi Games. On Wednesday, Russian officials offered more details about what they will do to...