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2 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
Skeleton racer Noelle Pikus-Pace has a lot to be happy about. She recently won her first Olympic silver medal at Sochi.
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7 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
With just 100 days until the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games makes its way to Mercer County, planners and area officials are gearing up for a series of events.
Omo Osaghae and his Texas Tech hurdles coach Dion Miller weren't sure when they resumed training in December that Osaghae would be ready to compete at a high level this indoor season.
TOM WALSH: ""I can't believe I was standing on that podium at the medal ceremony seeing the New Zealand flag raised."
The United States' women's 4x400 relay team earned gold Sunday at the indoor track and field world championships in Sopot, Poland.
Two unrivalled stars of track and field let all their class shine at the World Indoor Championships, as unheralded Briton Richard Kilty was crowned a shock winner of the men's 60m.
Members of the Big Bear City Fire Department were among the nearly 500 participants in the Big Bear Lake Polar Plunge Saturday, March 8, 2014.
New Zealand's record-breaking shot putter Valerie Adams savoured the "very sweet" defence of her world indoor title on Saturday, coming after a return to the field following surgery.
New Zealand shot put is on target for Commonwealth and perhaps even Olympic domination with Tom Walsh emerging as a genuine world-class talent in Poland yesterday.
Always a smile on her face, Savannah was always willing to offer a helping hand to others.
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Members of the Fredonia State men's soccer team continued its partnership with the local Special Olympics chapter for an afternoon of bowling Feb. 28 at Lucky Lanes.
Through tears of gratitude, Africa Strodes thanked her friends, family and coaches for their support throughout her high school track career.
The Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games are more than two years away and the U.S. Olympic Trials in the marathon are 23 months away.
The U.S. is sending 80 athletes and the team is billed as the largest of any nation in Sochi, with 58 men and 22 women, and up from 50 athletes in 2010.
Mike Hill was an Olympic hopeful for the 1980 Summer Games and was the best decathlete in the U.S. in 1978.