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CANOE-KAYAK Preview: Fox puts perfect record on the line in Slalom World Cup

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After a break of almost two months, the fourth ICF Slalom World Cup is getting ready in Tacen (SLO), with Australia’s Jessica Fox trying...

CANOE-KAYAK: Brendel and Kozak star in World Sprint Champs

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If you’re a gold medalist, you’re sure to draw a lot of attention; you’re the one everyone wants to beat. Germany’s Sebastian Brendel and Hungary’s...

CANOE-KAYAK Preview: Sprint World Championships start in Portugal

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The ICF World Sprint Championships are on this week in the familiar Portuguese canoeing capital of Montemor-o-Velho, with 17 events for men and 13...

Eight stars rule ACA Sprint Nationals

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Hundreds of races in Bantam, Juvenile, Junior, Seniors and Masters divisions were run in the first U.S. Canoe Sprint Nationals run under the supervision...

Eight stars rule ACA Sprint Nationals

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Hundreds of races in Bantam, Juvenile, Junior, Seniors and Masters divisions were run in the first U.S. Canoe Sprint Nationals run under the supervision...

Are we making progress? Doping tests up, positives down in 2017

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TSX HEADLINES – for August 6, 2018: The World Anti-Doping Agency has published its report on worldwide testing for performance-enhancing drugs and, at least...

Trave and Hocevar impress in World Slalom Juniors

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Slalom races are often won by just hundredths of a second, so when Spain’s Miquel Trave and Eva Hocevar (SLO) won World Junior titles...

Kos and Jensen star at World Sprint Juniors

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The World Junior Championships in Sprint was held in Bulgaria, but the stars came from Hungary and Canada. Sophia Jensen of Canada won three events:...

ACA hosts its first U.S. Sprint Nationals

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One of the little-noticed, but important changes in U.S. canoeing and kayaking is that the American Canoe Association, founded in 1880, became the National...

The days of being anonymous are over: Russia 2018’s legacy will be the Fan...

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 16, 2018: The 2018 World Cup in Russia is over and except for French fans waiting to buy shirts...

Remember when 108,000 came to see a track meet at Stanford?

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 11, 2018: There was a time when track & field was a higher-profile part of the American sports scene. Like...

Would you turn down an Olympic Games if it cost you nothing?

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 2, 2018: In the coming months, southern Austrian voters will likely be asked this question: do you want to...

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...

Are the hurdles suddenly the most watch-worthy events in track & field?

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 22, 2018: In the late 1970s, the hurdle events were the ones you made sure you were in your...

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...

Thanks to Larry Nassar, being a coach or a team doctor is going to...

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TSX HEADLINES – for May 25, 2018: The House sub-committee hearing on the sexual abuse of Olympic athletes on Thursday painted a picture of...

City of L.A. planning a light show for the 2028 Games; is that a...

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TSX HEADLINES – for May 21, 2018: The chief of the Bureau of Street Lighting for the City of Los Angeles is already planning...

Katie Ledecky’s Star Trek problem: To boldly go where no one has gone before?

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TSX HEADLINES – for May 18, 2018: In her first swim as a professional athlete, Katie Ledecky set a world record in the 1,500...

Was the 2028 Olympics or the Dodger pennant the top 2017 sports moment in...

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TSX HEADLINES – for Jan. 10, 2018: What was the no. 1 moment in sports in Los Angeles in 2017? The award of the...

Anita DeFrantz on the 1980 boycott: “It still is extremely painful”

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PALM DESERT, October 23, 2017 – Anita DeFrantz rose to fame by suing the United States Olympic Committee to allow American athletes – including...

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