In a qualifying heat for the women's 5,000 meters in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday, American Abbey D'Agostino and New Zealand's Nikki Hamblin received praise for their Olympic spirit. First, when they both fell after getting their legs tangled, D'Agostino helped up Hamblin and urged her to continue.
RIO DE JANEIRO -- It was a postrace news conference more strained and theatrical than any ready room at the Olympic swimming competition. The gold and silver medalists sat at either end of the table: a defiant American teenager suddenly thrust into the role of anti-doping crusader, and a shaken
RIO DE JANEIRO -- It was a post-race press conference more strained and theatrical than any ready room at the Olympic swimming competition. The gold and silver medalists sat at either end of the table: A defiant American teenager suddenly thrust into the role of anti-doping crusader, and a shaken
It is repetition that defines Katie Ledecky. You see it when she stands on the starting block, waiting for the signals that begin a race, pushing and pulling on her swim cap several times, using her hands and elbows and the crook of her arm to fiddle with her goggles. It is why, for reasons she
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LONDON -- The entire U.S. men's sprint relay team was stripped of its silver medal from the 2012 London Olympics on Wednesday as a result of Tyson Gay's doping case, the U.S. Olympic Committee confirmed in a statement. Gay returned his own medal last year after accepting a one-year doping
A couple of defending champions -- Rulon Gardner and the U.S. women's basketball team -- continue their quest toward another gold on Wednesday. And the star of Sydney, Marion Jones, quietly -- and finally -- makes her Athens debut. (Event times below might vary from TV times. Many events will be
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