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Addition of swimmer’s most dominant race to Tokyo Games raises tantalizing possibilities.

Reece Whitley has grown accustomed to attention. He hopes one day it will be only because of his times, instead of his ethnicity.

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City’s mayor has said president will lend support to LA 2024 effort.

That was the easy decision. Next up: deciding which city must wait four extra years.

The distance swim — already held at the world championships — gives Katie Ledecky yet another chance for a medal. The Bethesda native has held the world record in that event for three years.

Still undecided: Which city will get the 2024 Games, and which will wait till 2028.

Centrowitz will step down from his role at American University to help coach his Olympic champion son.

  • Perspective

COUCH SLOUCH | Paris can have The Games. L.A. has plenty of problems of its own.

Organizers believe their emphasis on existing structures over new construction makes their bid fiscally sound.

Support for the 2024 Olympics remains high in Los Angeles as the IOC visits the city and then Paris before making its final decision on a venue.

More than 100 women have filed sexual assault complaints against Larry Nassar, who had been a celebrity of sports medicine.

He led USA Swimming for 20 years but faced criticism for his handling of sex abuse cases.

The epee specialists won bronze in London, but after getting shut out in Rio, they plan to give Tokyo a try.

With no cash to go around, things appear to have gotten desperate in Brazil.

The NHL considers the matter “officially closed."

  • Perspective

If you have a young daughter, take note: This dispute against USA Hockey was about them, and the victory is fuel for the future.

Details of the deal were not announced, but Americans will compete in upcoming world championships after Tuesday night’s vote.

After a record-breaking year at Stanford, the U.S. Olympian is now setting her sights on this summer’s world championships in Budapest.

U.S. senators write letter supporting women’s players, who are vowing to skip world championships over pay disparity with men’s team.

Criticized for not doing enough after hearing of allegations, chief executive steps down, following recommendation from USOC.

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