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"To all the survivors out there, don't let anyone rewrite your story,” Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman said. “Your truth does matter, you matter, and you are not alone."
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After a painful end to the 2017 season, the team exudes optimism about 2018.
"If they want to have these battles between players and organizations, this is the way it's going to be,” the Titans' Jurrell Casey said.
Virginia Tech has dealt with an injury, an ineligible player and scandal, and fall practice hasn’t even started yet.
French mountain biker Alexis Bosson soared over the Tour de France during a stunt in Le Petit Bornand.
“I’m not sure that anything has proven that football itself causes it,” Fedora told reporters, while arguing that any sport with blows to the head could cause the degenerative brain disease.
After setting a single-season receptions record, the receiver is now a program centerpiece for Coach Bronco Mendenhall.
The reliever also must participate in the league’s diversity and inclusion initiatives, but apparently will face no further punishment for what MLB called 'unacceptable' tweets.
Emails from fans who attended 1969 game at RFK Stadium testify to the enduring power of such moments.
Situation remains fluid, as Jason Levien looks to join with other investors.
The moment Baltimore fans have long feared is almost here.
No one can claim victory and ignore the pain, although the Raptors will try.
A vote for Alex Ovechkin, Chloe Kim and the UMBC men's basketball team.
Real football will be here soon, we promise.
Toronto waited a long time to simply be good. Now they won't settle for that.
Ripken won the Home Run Derby in 1991 but also has fond memories of relay-throwing contests at the Midsummer Classic.
NBA rules make a holdout or retirement unlikely.
The American League won Tuesday’s game, hosted in Nationals Park, in an 8-6 victory that featured extra innings and a record 10 home runs.
As Trout rounded the bases, Harper agreed with Fox's Joe Buck that the Angels star is baseball's best player.