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It was a throw that American curling may never forget, a double takeout that netted five points and a gold medal
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Without its late leader, the U.S. contingent’s medal hopes are fading fast after an inconsistent first day.
Senior captain Chase Vallese scores from the spot of last year’s game-winner.
How will that play with voters back in Texas?
The freestyle skier won a silver at Sochi and was viewed as a medal favorite here, but injuries helped keep her from the podium. And she’s fine with that.
The Instagram post included a reference to revenge and mentioned the accounts of former Dolphins teammates Richie Incognito and Mike Pouncey.
The Nationals and Astros wore Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School baseball caps in their Grapefruit League opener on Friday.
Kansas City continues its remodeling project with another huge swap.
More clarity is on the way as college basketball teams enter the home stretch before March Madness.
Horrors exposed by Larry Nassar case were fostered by an environment that put medals and publicity ahead of athlete welfare, some say.
After coach tells them at halftime they have a chance to create the “perfect storm,” Dragons storm back to win.
A group of 20 cheered the South Korean curling team and said they felt sorry for North Korean athletes and cheerleaders at the Games: ‘They must feel like birds in a cage.’
Saturday's starters will probably retain their places for next weekend's league opener at Orlando City.