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2 hrs ago | Suria
German President Joachim Gauck will not attend the Sochi Winter Olympics, his office said Sunday, while rejecting media reports of a boycott over Russia's rights record.
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6 hrs ago | Gannon University Athletics
The Gannon Golden Knights broke two school records in the final day of the Wooster Invitational, as the team captured sixth place WOOSTER, Ohio - The Gannon men's and women's swimming and diving teams concluded the Wooster Invitational at the Ellen Shapiro Natatorium at Wooster High School on Saturday.
10 hrs ago | Western Telegraph
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15 hrs ago | The Age
Having already proved she is a survivor, Tess Lloyd has again demonstrated why she is also one of Australia's emerging sailing prospects heading into the next Olympics.
"I've been sailing all over the world for 20 years now, and this is the most polluted place I've ever been," said Allan Norregaard, a Danish bronze medalist in the 2012 London Olympics.
No U.S. women's bobsled team had ever swept the podium in a World Cup race - until Saturday, when the Americans dominated like never before.
Fox, who was part of Great Britain's rhythmic gymnastics team at last year's Games, will be the club's choreography and flexibility coach, as well as helping the club launch rhythmic gymnastics classes.
Japan's Akira Yaegashi defended his WBC flyweight title for a second time after beating Mexican challenger Edgar Sosa with a unanimous decision in Tokyo on Friday.
Richmond College student Heather Cowell reckoned the presence of coach Rob Small and other familiar faces was key to her becoming a world champion in eastern Europe last month.
One of the worst finals in World Cup history - Spain vs. the Netherlands - will be reprised in one of the first games of the 2014 edition of the global soccer championship.
Arctic air has arrived in KAKEland and will stick around for the next several days.
Lady Gaga stopped by British talk show "Chatty Matt," hosted by Alan Carr, on Wednesday and said that there should be a boycott on the Sochi Winter Olympics, due to Russia's controversial anti-gay laws, the U.K. newspaper the Independent reports.
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Jazz Carlin, pictured at the recent kitting-out session for Wales' Commonwealth Games team, of which she will be a member for a third time in Glasgow next year SHORT-COURSE swimming isn't top of Jazz Carlin's favourites list, but the Wiltshire swimmer is determined to make the most of her selection for Great Britain in this month's European ... (more)
Over four decades as a coach at Germantown Academy, Dick Shoulberg sent 16 swimmers to the Olympics, coached U.S. teams, entered two halls of fame, and won five national coaching awards.
Arsenal's Nicklas Bendtner, third left, celebrates his goal against Hull City with teammates during their English Premier League soccer match at Emirates Stadium in London, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013.