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  • Report names which U.S. athletes faced most drug testing in 2013

    Report names which U.S. athletes faced most drug testing in 2013
    It's no secret that American officials worry about doping in some sports more than others. Just look at the numbers. The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency tested snowboard star Shaun White four times last year. Distance runner Galen Rupp was asked for seven times...
  • Outdoors: Fishing, Olympics just don't pan out this winter

    During moderate winters you can usually find me wetting a line for a few yellow perch and chain pickerel, but we haven't had one like this in many years. Bone-numbing cold and ice-locked creeks have made panfishing more chore than challenge, frankly. Been...
  • Around The Park: Olympics take center stage in Severna Park

    Winter weariness was all too apparent last week as Severna Park families once more cleared ice and snow off sidewalks and driveways, then snuggled down indoors. For many, televised coverage of the Winter Olympics provided a pleasant diversion. But, for...
  • Commentary As medals slip away, Americans getting steamed

    The snow in the Caucasus Mountains is dissolving, the white patches shrinking, and many athletes on Team USA seem to be melting down with them. Some Americans are drained, and others are dragging. When they ski or they skate, they think they went fast,...
  • Olympics commentary: Fear, loathing and a test of medal

    Cover me, Jenkins, I'm going to the gift shop to buy a tube of Crest. I don't want to oversell danger a day before the Opening Ceremonies of the XXII Winter Olympiad. But when the first question to the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee today is, "Are you...
  • Marco Sullivan barely avoids bad spill in Olympics downhill training

    Marco Sullivan barely avoids bad spill in Olympics downhill training
    SOCHI, Russia -- The men’s downhill course at Rosa Khotur is being called by racers one of the best in Olympics history. “I think the hill is the toughest we’ve seen this year,” U.S. star Bode Miller said earlier this week....
  • NBC criticized for post-race interview with Bode Miller

    Bode Miller won a bronze medal in the men's super-G at the Sochi Games over the weekend, becoming the oldest Alpine medalist in Olympic history, at 36 years and 127 days. Miller dedicated the race and the medal to his younger brother, Chelone Miller,...
  • U.S. snowboarder Jackie Hernandez suffers concussion in qualifying

    U.S. snowboarder Jackie Hernandez suffers concussion in qualifying
    SOCHI, Russia -- Olympic newcomer Jackie Hernandez sustained a concussion when she crashed in her opening run of snowboard cross qualifying on Sunday morning here at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park. Hernandez was able to return to the venue later in the...
  • For a mature Bode Miller, fifth trip to Olympics is all downhill

    For a mature Bode Miller, fifth trip to Olympics is all downhill
    Bode Miller can't get his toddler to sit still. The 9-month-old boy is squirming around the hotel room as if he's ready to jump in the start gate of the Sochi Olympic downhill. If you tell the kid to do one thing, Bode explains, he does the opposite....
  • Sandro Viletta wins gold in men's super combined at Sochi Olympics

    Sandro Viletta wins gold in men's super combined at Sochi Olympics
    SOCHI, Russia — For Sandro Viletta, it was a stunning Olympic gold. For Ivica Kostelic, it was the same old Olympic silver. The Swiss winner took advantage of a blistering slalom run to beat the favored Kostelic in Friday's super-combined, a...
  • Sochi Olympics: Bode Miller wins another race that doesn't count

    Sochi Olympics: Bode Miller wins another race that doesn't count
    SOCHI, Russia -- Two days after finishing eighth in the Olympic men’s downhill he desperately wanted to win, Bode Miller won another downhill training run. This first-place finish came Tuesday in training for Friday’s super combined, in...
  • NHL is open to future participation in Olympics, key official says

    NHL is open to future participation in Olympics, key official says
    SOCHI, Russia -- Although the NHL has not committed to sending its players to the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, many players and Team Canada executive Steve Yzerman have strongly endorsed the idea of again allowing the league's players...