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2 hrs ago | The Star Online
With wrestling season finally underway, I found myself reflecting back to events that took place this past spring, namely the International Olympic Committee's attempt to drop the sport from the 2020 Olympics.
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Do you value American lives more than foreign lives?
7 hrs ago | Kane Co. Chronicle
Janna Blowers of Elburn, who trains with the Fox Valley Special Recreation Association, is one of four Illinois residents who will participate in the gymnastics portion of the Special Olympics, set for June 14 through 21, according to a news release from Special Olympics Illinois.
Waking up at 4 a.m. to squeeze in a 10-mile run before a long day on her surgery rotation at Oakland's Highland Hospital, Michelle Meyer, MS3, is nothing if not dedicated.
He emerged into bright winter sunshine, stepped onto the lush field and pulled on a cap.
In this Feb. 3, 1996 file photo, South Africa's captain Neil Tovey hoists the African Nations Cup trophy in the air after it was presented to him by President Nelson Mandela, right, following South Africa's 2-0 win over Tunisia in the final match in Johannesburg.
South African rugby captain Francios Pienaar, right, receives the Rugby World Cup from South African President Nelson Mandela, who wears a South African rugby shirt, after they defeated New Zealand in the final 15-12 at Ellis Park, Johannesburg.
Perhaps Giants safety Will Hill wouldn't have made this strip and recovery on Sunday if there had been a laser to mark a first down.
Anthony Romaniw , Dr. Nicole Forester and Kia Nurse were the featured speakers at the 13th annual Breakfast of Champions on Monday.
Despite having one of the world's largest economies, India spends less than one percent of its budget on sports.
For sure, the Track Capital of the U.S., offered the biggest assist to the City of Roses landing the 2016 World Indoor Championships.
PHOENIX, Arizona, December 4. SOME news was made today in Swimming World's latest article presenting some of the most intense responses regarding our landmark decision to strip the drug-fueled East Germans of their World and European Swimmers of the Year awards.
Brazilian police officers take part in a simulated crime situation during a media presentation to show a slice of their security training for the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
On Tuesday, the owners of Sacramento Republic FC, the minor league soccer team set to begin play in March, gathered at the midtown bistro Hot Italian to raise their glasses for a toast wrapped in an ambitious goal: Land a Major League Soccer franchise for downtown Sacramento.
The Reindeer Gang is an annual Telegraph feature that identifies individuals and families with needs during the holidays.
At a recent Special Olympics Summer Games, one athlete took center stage to receive a gold medal something that symbolized much more than winning a sporting event.
The Board of Directors of the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame has announced eight inductees who will comprise the Class of 2014.