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TSX DAILY: U.S. qualifies for Tokyo, advances to FIBA World Cup quarters; Americans trail...

≡ TSX DAILY ~ 10 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LEADING OFF: U.S. beats Brazil in FIBA World Cup, headed to quarterfinals vs. France There were...

CYCLING: Six world records in Pan American Track Cycling Champs in high-altitude Bolivia!

The 2019 edition of the Pan American Track Cycling Championships in Bolivia was one for the ages, with six world records set, thanks in...

CYCLING: Four golds for Jennifer Valente as four stars win third straight U.S. Track...

Already a six-time World Championships medalist in both and individual events, the question was not whether 24-year-old Jennifer Valente was going to win more...

CYCLING Preview: Valente starts on her second dozen as U.S. Track Cycling Nationals underway...

For the third year in a row, the USA Cycling National Track Championships are being held at the VELO Sports Center velodrome at the...

CYCLING: Lee’s sprint double highlights UCI Track Worlds in Poland

The best sprinters during the UCI Track Cycling World Cup season had been Australia’s Matthew Glaetzer and Hong Kong’s Wai Sze Lee. But it...

CYCLING: Lavreysen ends Glaetzer’s streak in London World Cup Sprint

It took four tries, but someone finally beat Australia’s Matthew Glaetzer in a World Cup sprint. Competing in London’s Lee Valley VeloPark, Glaetzer made it...

CYCLING Preview: Look for the Union Jack on the podium in London World Cup

The fourth of six UCI Track Cycling World Cup events takes place in London (GBR) this week, with a strong British squad expected to...

CYCLING: Glaetzer stays perfect in Berlin Track World Cup

The third leg of the UCI Track Cycling World continued to confirm that Australia’s Matthew Glaezter is the world’s finest sprinter. The 2018 World Champion...

As the IOC tackles its problems, its members are invisible

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

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