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Her birth date might shock you, but her world-record score in the short program shouldn’t.
Americans head back to the corners of the hockey world after a 3-2 quarterfinal loss.
The Russian teenagers’ skill and artistry surpasses the field, including the Americans, whose medal drought will continue.
Lindsey Vonn piled up victories and injuries in an illustrious career. She walked away from the Olympic downhill while she still could.
All three Americans fall during their short programs, but remain in contention to qualify for the free skate.
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Senior Abbey Green of Walter Johnson claims first-place in two distance races and finishes second in another.
The Little Hoyas avenge last year’s title game loss loss at the hands of the Bulldogs.
Washington gets plenty of shots, but Tampa Bay makes most of its 19 in 4-2 win.
The Little Hoyas scored all of their 15 fourth-quarter points in the paint or at the free throw line.
The “transparent” approach Cuban says he's taking may endear him to his players, but the NBA likely is not happy with his candor.
Murphy underwent microfracture surgery in October, and while he's “generally optimistic” about his recovery, he won't commit to playing Opening Day.
With skiers pulled through an obstacle course by a racing horse, this is just crazy enough to be fun for spectators and participants.
Nathan Chen, one of six U.S. skaters of Asian descent, says, ‘We were all just taught to work as hard as we could.’
Black women are represented throughout the 20-nation field, from start-up bobsled nations like Nigeria and Jamaica to the U.S., Britain, Germany and Canada.