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10 memorable moments of Olympic sportsmanship
In the second heat of the women's 5,000 meters Tuesday at the Olympics, Abbey D'Agostino of the United States reminded us of what the Games are all about. After Nikki Hamblin tripped, D'Agostino stumbled and fell over the New Zealander, injuring her knee. But instead of immediately attempting to
Michael Phelps first U.S. male swimmer to make five Olympics
OMAHA, Neb. -- Michael Phelps surged to the wall and then whipped around to spot his time. That number wasn't really important. The only thing that mattered was No. 5. The most decorated athlete in Olympic history is Rio-bound. Phelps became the first U.S. male swimmer to qualify for five Olympics
Game Changers: Can Olympian Dana Vollmer do what no other swimmer has done?
DANVILLE, Calif. -- The sun has yet to rise. Not for another couple of hours will it crest above the rolling hills of this Bay Area suburb and unofficially begin this early February morning. But Olympic champion Dana Vollmer can't afford to wait for daylight. So in this middle-of-the-night darkness
Stars in the twilight: Jordan, Ruth had bursts of greatness after 40
When Jack Nicklaus showed up at the Masters in Augusta, Georgia, 30 years ago next week, no one expected much from "The Golden Bear." In fact, some were calling the 46-year old Nicklaus "The Olden Bear." Nicklaus had not won a major since 1980 or the Masters since 1975. No one thought he would
Michael Phelps Returns to the Pool After Suspension
The Olympic star's was suspended for 6 months after pleading guilty to drunk driving.
12 Famous People With Psoriasis
Some 7.5 million Americans suffer from psoriasis, an autoimmune disorder that develops when the immune system kicks into overdrive, causing skin cells to grow too quickly. These cells accumulate on the skin, causing scaly, red patches. Psoriasis can range from relatively mild (affecting up to 2% of
Koss' FitClip Headphones for Women Aren't Pink or Patronizing
Olympic Swimmer Dara Torres Has Teamed Up with Koss to Make Earbuds for Women.
Secrets to Living Longer: Tips to Improve Skin, Waistline
Dr. Jennifer Ashton reveals surefire tips from her book, "Your Body Beautiful."
Missy Franklin Wants to Swim in College, Put Off Endorsement Fortunes
To Stay Amateur, Gold Medalist Will Have to Eschew Endorsement and Prize Money for Now
Catching Up With an Olympic Great
it may seem like the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing we're just yesterday but believe it or not. about a year and a half away from the 2012 London games our guest today might be. One of the best sources on the Olympics from an athlete's perspective having competed in five olympiad since 1984. Dara