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The Beltsville, Md. native wants “to be the best American miler ever."

Trinity Gay's friends describe the harrowing moments after she was shot.

Connor Jaeger teaches children’s clinics to make ends meet while trying to dip a toe into the job pool.

Since taking over in 2012, Max Siegel has overseen soaring revenues with a polarizing management approach.

Since taking over in 2012, Max Siegel has overseen soaring revenues with a polarizing management approach.

Amateur boxing's governing body hopes to make some changes in time for Tokyo 2020.

The President singles out the swimmer as he honors the American contingent from Rio de Janeiro.

He definitely would have been the fastest guy on your fantasy team.

Mr. Temple created a women’s track-and-field powerhouse and guided runners to gold.

Despite 24 percent of Brazilians living with a disability, access for them leaves much to be desired.

Bahman Golbarnezhad, 48, was competing in his second Paralympic Games.

Siamand Rahman is officially the strongest Paralympian ever.

Wambach also said Solo's remarks are "like playground stuff."

So far, however, the hacked documents have revealed little of note.

Runner who made gesture of protest at finish line in Rio doesn’t feel safe returning home.

As he crossed the finish line in Rio, Ethiopian marathoner Feyisa Lilesa made a statement of protest, honoring the plight of his people back home. Now fearing retribution for him and his family, Lilesa continues to speak out, despite an uncertain future.

The banned official is being treated like a hero in Russia.

Swimmer, already 32, will not be eligible to compete at the 2017 World Championships.

Dalton Herendeen, a 22-year-old swimming coach at Mary Washington University, heads to his second Paralympics.

Injured by an IED in Afghanistan, the former Navy lieutenant feels most at home in the water.

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