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ALPINE SKIING: Home crowd happy with Hirscher’s 10th win of the season in Schladming

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It’s only been 16 days since Austria’s Marcel Hirscher won a FIS Alpine World Cup race, but it seemed like so much longer after...

BADMINTON: Three wins for China in World Tour Finals

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There’s no doubt that China is the world’s no. 1 power in badminton and they demonstrated it with three wins at the BWF World...

TABLE TENNIS: Brazil wins eight medals in Pan American Champs

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The Pan American Championships in Santiago (CHI) ended up being a showcase for Brazil and the United States, which led the medal table with...

SWIMMING: Sjostrom wins five, takes seasonal World Cup title

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Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom (pictured) won her second consecutive FINA Swimming World Cup title with a dominating performance in the final meet in Singapore. Leading Hungary’s...

SPEED SKATING Preview: Another Dutch treat as World Cup season starts in Japan?

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The Meiji Hokkaido-Tokachi Oval in Obihiro (JPN) is the site for the start of the ISU Speed Skating World Cup program of six events...

BADMINTON Preview: Four no. 1 players/teams in Hong Kong Open

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Most of the top-ranked players in the BWF World Rankings are getting going in the Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Open at the Hong Kong...

BADMINTON Preview: Danisa Denmark Open showcases 1s vs. 2s in World Rankings

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The Odense Sports Park will be stop no. 20 (out of 27) on the 2018 BWF World Tour, for the Danisa Denmark Open, which...

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: U.S.’s Klineman and Ross win in Yangzhou 4-star

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American April Ross was the “kid” alongside beach volleyball immortal Kerri Walsh Jennings when they won a bronze medal at the Rio Games in...

VOLLEYBALL: U.S. loses two, but advances to final round in women’s Worlds

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The hard matches finally came in the FIVB Women’s World Championships and left only Italy as an undefeated team on the way to the...

LANE ONE: Senate hearing asks four NGBs to turn control over to its athletes

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Should athletes run the sports they participate in? The key exchanges of Wednesday’s fourth hearing on “Protecting U.S. Amateur Athletes: Examining Abuse Prevention Efforts Across...

SWIMMING Preview: FINA World Cup moves to Eindhoven

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The third meet – and start of the second cluster – of the FINA Swimming World Cup starts in Eindhoven (NED) with the events...

SPORT CLIMBING Preview: Garnbret vs. Pilz again in World Cup Lead in Kranj

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The fifth of seven World Cups in Lead is getting set for Kranj (SLO), with new 2020 Tokyo favorite Janja Garnbret (pictured) ready to...

GYMNASTICS Preview: U.S. defending titles in Pan Am Rhythmic Champs in Lima

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The last of the three Pan American Gymnastics Championships – this one in Rhythmic – that will serve as qualifiers for next year’s Pan...

CANOE-KAYAK Preview: Fox eyes family record in Slalom World Championships

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This has been a great season for Australia’s Jessica Fox, who made history by winning both the C-1 and K-1 races in the first...

GYMNASTICS: Russian sweep continues at Rhythmic World Champs

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The unstoppable force that is Russia is closing in on a gold-medal sweep of the FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships in Sofia (BUL). With only...

GYMNASTICS: Dina Averina continues domination in World Champs

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Russia’s Dina Averina established herself as the new queen of Rhythmic Gymnastics in 2017, winning the All-Around title, as well as golds in Hoop...

THE BIG PICTURE: USOC chair Larry Probst announces retirement; Susanne Lyons will take over

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The question whispered on the sidelines of the Larry Nassar abuse scandal: “Where is Larry Probst in all this?” was answered on Monday, when...

CYCLING: Matthews takes both ends of Quebec doubleheader

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The ninth annual men’s cycling doubleheader in Quebec (CAN) – the Grand Prix de Quebec in Quebec City and Grand Prix de Montreal –...

SPORT CLIMBING Preview: Tokyo preview in 2018 World Championships

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The 15th Sport Climbing World Championships will provide a preview of what to expect in Tokyo over 11 days through the 16th, at Innsbruck...

ARCHERY Preview: World Field Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo

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The 26th World Field Archery Championships are starting up in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, with competitions for juniors and seniors in Recurve, Compound and Barebow...

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