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ARCHERY: Gellenthien & Ruiz win Compound titles in Rome Indoor World Cup

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U.S. archers had a strong showing at the Rome stop on the World Archery Indoor World Cup, with Braden Gellenthien getting his first win...

ARCHERY Preview: 14-year-old Kaufhold back in action in Rome Indoor World Cup

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The World Archery Indoor World Cup has its final event of 2018 in Rome (ITA), with 638 archers competing at the Fiera di Roma...

ARCHERY: Koreans sweep Recurve finals in Macau

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Korea has been the dominant power in Olympic archery for the last 30 years and the World Archery Indoor World Cup in Macau (CHN)...

ARCHERY Preview: Indoor World Cup continues in Macau

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The Macau Indoor Archery Open is the second of six legs in the World Archery Indoor World Cup, a third-level “250" tournament offering the...

ARCHERY: U.S.’s Kaufhold, 14, wins women’s Indoor World Series opener

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A new shooting star for the United States? Casey Kaufhold, all of 14 years old, made an impressive debut on the international stage, winning the...

ARCHERY Preview: Indoor World Series starts in Luxembourg

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The first of six stages in the World Archery Indoor World Series is the GT Open in Strassen (LUX) starting on Friday. These competitions are...

ARCHERY: Korea sweeps Recurve World Cup Finals

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Korea’s domination of the Olympic Recurve class continues with a sweep of all three titles at the World Archery World Cup Final in Samsun...

ARCHERY Preview: Ellison looks for fifth World Cup Final title in Samsun

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The climax of the World Archery World Cup season comes in Samsun (TUR) with the 13th World Cup Final on Saturday and Sunday. The...

ARCHERY: Pearce’s win leads five U.S. medals in World Field

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It’s true that the World Field Championships do not carry the same importance as the World Target Championships, but many of the world’s top...

ARCHERY: Four U.S. team golds at Pan American Championships

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The United States dominated the team events at the XXIV Pan American Championships in Medellin, Colombia last weekend, winning the men’s Team Recurve, women’s...

ARCHERY: New star Kaufhold wins U.S. title at 14 years old!

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Let’s get the obvious out of the way: Brady Ellison won his seventh straight National Target Championship in the Recurve (Olympic) division, setting a...

Did you see that a Swedish teenager set an American record in the European...

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TSX HEADLINES – for August 17, 2018: One of the greatest pole vaulting competitions of all time came at the European Championships, with three...

As the IOC tackles its problems, its members are invisible

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TSX HEADLINES – for August 8, 2018: When the International Olympic Committee decided it needed to speak directly to the people of Calgary about...

Bach: Values, passion and possibilities define the Olympic Movement

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 23, 2018: There was a lot of interest in The eSports Forum hosted by the International Olympic Committee last...

The high costs of being a professional athlete … even for an Olympic champion

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 18, 2018: Trying to make a living in track & field – or most Olympic sports for that matter...

Ten things to remember from the USATF Championships

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 25, 2018: This is an off-year in track & field, with no World Championships or Olympic Games, so why...

Is Paris 2024 preparing to burn itself at the stake?

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 20, 2018: Screaming headlines declared that the Paris 2024 organizers are aiming to impact France in a huge way,...

The SafeSport Code is the U.S. standard for conduct in Olympic sports. What does...

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TSX HEADLINES – for May 28, 2018: The core of the United States Olympic Committee’s response to the sexual abuse scandal engulfing multiple sports...

As a team, Team USA ranks 85th; pretty good for two Games every four...

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TSX HEADLINES – for May 23, 2018: One of the positive aspects of the digital age is that audiences can be measured with more...

Still a lot of doping going on: 1,595 positives in 2016

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TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 30, 2018: The World Anti-Doping Agency published its report on doping violations for 2016, and there were more than...

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