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Italian skier Manfred Moelgg could miss the entire Alpine skiing season because of serious right leg injury.
5 challengers sign up for 2017 America's Cup
Only five challengers have signed up for the chance to take on software billionaire Larry Ellison's Oracle Team USA in the 2017 America's Cup.
Silver: Risks indeed high in international play
With nearly three weeks to mull the circumstance and consequences surrounding Paul George's leg injury, NBA commissioner Adam Silver says he fully understands it's a personal decision while calling it "a big risk without enormous financial reward."
Baker's basketball gold medal sells for $67K
Vin Baker's gold medal from the 2000 Olympics in Sydney sold for $67,642 on Thursday morning.
Mickelson aiming for 2016 Summer Games
Phil Mickelson has his sights set on the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil, which will mark the first time since 1904 in St. Louis that golf will be a part of the Games.
CAS rejects Kreuziger appeal to race in Vuelta
Under suspicion for doping, Roman Kreuziger has been denied his request to start the three-week Spanish Vuelta on Saturday.
Pistorius' brother out of ICU after car crash
Oscar Pistorius' brother is recovering and has been discharged from a hospital intensive care unit after suffering internal injuries in a car crash and going into respiratory failure, a spokeswoman for the Pistorius family said Tuesday.
U.S. cyclist banned 2 years for missed test
American cyclist James Martin has been suspended for two years by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency for missing a test earlier this year.
Windle, 15, wins men's 10-meter diving title
Jordan Windle is a national champion diver before he's old enough to be a licensed driver.
Rose back in Chicago, aids Team USA in win
Team USA beat Brazil in an exhibition game 95-78 Saturday night at the United Center. Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose made his first game appearance in his home arena in almost nine months after tearing the medial meniscus in his right knee.
George on leg injury: 'Plan on full recovery'
Paul George said he expects to make a full recovery from the gruesome lower right leg fracture he suffered a couple of weeks ago during a Team USA scrimmage.
Bolt rolls to win in first 100-meter race of year
Usain Bolt won a 100-meter race set up on a Rio de Janeiro beach with a time of 10.06 seconds on Sunday.
Farah clinches long-distance double at Euros
Mo Farah clinched his 5,000-10,000 meter double at the European Championships on Sunday, giving his troubled season a golden finish that made him the double long distance champion at continental, world and Olympic level all at the same time.
Froome named team leader for Spanish Vuelta
Chris Froome will compete in the Spanish Vuelta after recovering from wrist and hand fractures that forced him to withdraw from the Tour de France.
USAB cans Senegal trip due to Ebola concerns
The largest recorded outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa has forced USA Basketball to cancel its scheduled trip to Senegal later this month before the start of the FIBA World Cup.
Cousins says knee better, won't face Brazil
Sacramento Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins will not play in Team USA's scrimmage Saturday night at the United Center, but he says his injured right knee is feeling better.
U.S. sweeps Iran in final of Volleyball Cup
Olympian Matt Anderson had 20 points on 20 kills and the U.S. national team swept Iran on Saturday night to win the final match of the USA Volleyball Cup.
Russia claims first golds at swimming Euros
Svetlana Kolesnichenko helped Russia to its first gold medals at the European swimming championship by contributing to wins in both the duet and team free synchronized finals on Saturday.
Coach K surprised by Durant's early exit
Team USA coach Mike Krzyzewski says he was surprised by Kevin Durant's decision to leave the team last week because of "physical and mental fatigue."
Curry questioned playing after George injury
For the first time since Paul George's gruesome leg injury in Team USA's scrimmage almost two weeks ago, players and coaches spoke openly about the impact George's broken leg has had on the team.
Boston Marathon to OK 30K entrants for '15
The Boston Athletic Association says it will accept 30,000 entrants for next year's Boston Marathon, the third largest field in the race's 119 year history.
Van Dyken-Rouen doing '1,000 times better'
Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen rolled through the hospital doors in her sleek-looking purple wheelchair, her familiar smile on her face and her bubbly personality ready to be unleashed.
U.S. diver banned for using amphetamines
Swimming's governing body says it has banned American diver David Bonuchi for two years for taking a banned stimulant at the 2013 world championships.
Fleshner, Bacon take U.S. 1-meter dive titles
Aaron Fleshner and Sarah Bacon won the 1-meter titles Wednesday in the U.S. national diving championships.
Contador to ride in Vuelta after crash in Tour
Alberto Contador says he will compete in the Spanish Vuelta after recovering from a fall that forced him to withdraw from the Tour de France.
Unconscious Charlos rescued during 10K swim
Natalie Charlos of Poland was rescued unconscious from the water during the women's 10-kilometer race at the start of the European swimming championship on Wednesday.
U.S. men's volleyball sweeps Iran in 2nd match
Carson Clark led all scorers with 16 points on 14 kills and two aces, and the U.S. men's national volleyball team swept Iran on Wednesday night in the second match of the USA Volleyball Cup series.
Figure skater Kayne has surgery on right hip
Figure skater Tarah Kayne has had surgery on her right hip and is scheduled to return to competition in November.
Tooth, stomach ailments sent Farah to hospital
Olympic champion Mo Farah says an infected tooth and a subsequent stomach ailment forced him to be hospitalized for four days ahead of the Commonwealth Games, hampering his preparation for this week's European Championships.
Lochte tops Phelps in 200 IM at U.S. nationals
Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps, a couple of Olympic champions on the comeback trail, got a step closer to finding their form.
Powell wins 100m in his fastest time of '14
Former world-record holder Asafa Powell won a 100-meter race in Brazil in 10.02 seconds on Sunday, his fastest mark of the year.
U.S. women sweep at high diving World Cup
Americans Rachelle Simpson, Ginger Huber and Cesilie Carlton swept the top three spots Sunday in the inaugural FINA High Diving World Cup. American Steven Lobue earned a bronze in the men's competition.
U.S. under-18 team wins FIBA Americas crown
A'ja Wilson led the U.S. under-18 women to the FIBA Americas title, scoring 25 points in 21 minutes in a 104-74 victory over Canada on Saturday night.
Man dies after heart attack in charity race
A man has died after suffering a heart attack during a 100-mile cycling race for amateurs in London.
Ledecky sets record, Phelps loses at nationals
Katie Ledecky broke the world record in the 400-meter freestyle at the U.S. national championships Saturday night, impressing a downtrodden Michael Phelps who lost for the third time this week.
Lendway, Mantell collect USA Triathlon titles
Heather Lendway and Steven Mantell won the USA Triathlon Olympic-Distance National Championships on Saurday at the Milwaukee Art Museum and Discovery World.
Rio organizers: Sailing test event successful
Rio organizers say the sailing competition that marked the first test event for the 2016 Games was "a great success."
Phelps 2nd, Lochte 5th in U.S. 100-meter fly
Two events, two losses for Michael Phelps.
U.S. men defeat Iran in USA Volleyball Cup
Olympian Matt Anderson had 23 points and the U.S. men's national team beat Iran 27-25, 25-21, 27-29, 25-17 in the opening match of the USA Volleyball Cup at USC's Galen Center on Saturday night.
Pistorius verdict in murder trial due Sept. 11
The judge in the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius says she will give a verdict on Sept. 11.
Team USA adds Gay after Durant bows out
The U.S. national basketball team has added Rudy Gay, who helped them win a gold medal four years ago and asked to rejoin the team following a series of player withdrawals.
Young wins Utah 5th stage; Danielson leads
Eric Young sprinted to victory in the fifth stage of the Tour of Utah on Friday, while defending champion Tom Danielson protected his lead in the overall standings.
Ledecky beats Franklin in nationals' 200 free
Katie Ledecky beat defending champion Missy Franklin to win the 200-meter freestyle in a showdown of teen swimming queens Thursday night at the U.S. national championships. Franklin returned 75 minutes later to win the 200 backstroke.
'Drained' Durant withdraws from Team USA
NBA MVP Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder withdrew Thursday from consideration for Team USA prior to the FIBA World Cup, citing "physical and mental fatigue."
Olympian Van Dyken adds boating day to rehab
Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen joined about 50 other patients at her rehabilitation hospital for a day of boating near Denver.
U.S. women set dates for hoops exhibitions
The U.S. women's national basketball team will play an exhibition showcase in Delaware on Sept. 11 as part of its training for the upcoming world championship.
Olympic champ hurt when pole snaps mid-vault
Olympic pole vault champion Jenn Suhr has injured her hand, torso and neck after her pole snapped during a practice session at her western New York training facility.
U.S. Under-18 girls rout El Salvador at FIBA
Destinee Walker scored 18 points to help the United States beat El Salvador 118-50 on Thursday night in the FIBA Americas Under-18 Championship.
PGA to bump up major for '16 Olympics
The PGA Championship will shift to late July instead of its usual early August start in 2016 as golf prepares to return to the Summer Olympics.
Sailing venue for Tokyo Games under review
Organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics are considering moving the sailing venue as part of a widening review into plans for the games.