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Michael Phelps Expected to Return at Arena Grand Prix at Mesa

Michael Phelps (Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports) COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Olympic gold medalists and world record holders Michael Phelps (Baltimore, Md.), Ryan Lochte (Daytona Beach, Fla.) and Katie Ledecky (Bethesda, Md.) are expected to headline a star-studded field for next week’s Arena Grand Prix at Mesa, slated for April 24-26 at the Skyline Aquatic Center. […]

NFL’s DeMarcus Ware: “It’s not just a run for me.”

NFL star DeMarcus Ware (Red Bull Content Pool) Football star DeMarcus Ware had a frightening accident on the field in 2009 — severely spraining his neck after slamming headfirst into a lineman. After a few anxious moments, the immobilized player was placed on a stretcher and carted off the field. At the time, it was unknown […]

2014 E3 Harelbeke: Nasty Crash

In a day full of bunch crashes, the nasty one included only a few riders landing on top of each other.

2014 E3 Harelbeke Race Win

In a crash filled day, the favorites gets separated with three time winner Fabian Cancellara struggling in the back and Peter Sagan surviving to win the sprint finish.

2014 Grand Prix E3 Harelbeke: Belgium

The E3 Harelbeke is an annual cycling race in the Flanders area of Belgium. The race starts and finishes in Harelbeke over 210 kilometres. The event is organized by the Hand in Hand Cycling Club of Harelbeke and is on the UCI World Tour calendar.

Run As One: Joe O’Hare and Robert Haley, Boston EMS, Command Center

Members of Boston’s Emergency Medical Services teams were among the first to respond to the blasts on the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon. Joe O’Hare and Robert Haley were at the center of the department’s immediate and well-coordinated efforts, and credit their staff who work and train every day with minimizing the casualties of the tragic event. The entire Boston EMS is committed to doing what they do best to make sure the 2014 Boston Marathon is safe for runners and spectators.

2014 Freestyle Skiing Ski Cross: Are: Crashes

Check out the crashes from the FIS Ski Cross Event.

2014 FIS Freestlye World Cup: Are, Sweden: Men & Ladies Ski Cross Finals

The FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup is an annual freestyle skiing competition, arranged by the International Ski Federation (FIS) since 1980. The events currently include Moguls, Aerials, Ski cross, Halfpipe and Slopestyle competitions.

2014 Indoor Track and Field Championship: Aregawi wins Women’s 1500m

Abeba Aregawi (SWE) wins Women’s 1500m by leaps and bounds. This is her 3rd gold in the 1500m since 2013.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Pietilae-Holmner 2nd

Maria Pietilae-Holmner (SWE) gets her fourth podium this season, and 7th career, she’s now ranked 4th in Slalom for the season, with two races left.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Hoefl-Riesch 7th

Maria Hoefl-Riesch (GER) puts more pressure on Anna Fenninger (AUT) in the Overall by taking the lead back by 29 points, as Fenninger didn’t race today.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Shiffrin wins

Current World and Olympic champ Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) wins her second straight World Cup Slalom as well, with this win, only the Final is left.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Shiffrin interview

Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) talks about winning in the Slalom.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Women’s Slalom (Mobile)

After the Crans Montana weekend, Hoefl-Riesch is first with 1,108 points ahead of Anna Fenninger, 24, of Austria with 951. In third place is Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein with 943 points.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Women’s Slalom

After the Crans Montana weekend, Hoefl-Riesch is first with 1,108 points ahead of Anna Fenninger, 24, of Austria with 951. In third place is Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein with 943 points.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Mancuso 20th

On the second day of Giant Slalom, As the favored Mikaela Shiffrin has another bad day at the office, finishing 24th, Julia Mancuso becomes the top American in 20th, 2.29 seconds off the podium.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Mancuso 20th

On the second day of Giant Slalom, As the favored Mikaela Shiffrin has another bad day at the office, finishing 24th, Julia Mancuso becomes the top American in 20th, 2.29 seconds off the podium.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Lindell-Vikarby 3rd

On the second day of Giant Slalom, Jessica Lindell-Vikarby (SWE) maintains her GS lead, with a 3rd place finish, over Anna Fenninger (AUT) by 14 points, with just the final left.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Lindell-Vikarby 3rd

On the second day of Giant Slalom, Jessica Lindell-Vikarby (SWE) maintains her GS lead, with a 3rd place finish, over Anna Fenninger (AUT) by 14 points, with just the final left.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Rebensburg 2nd

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2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Rebensburg 2nd

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2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Fenninger

Anna Fenninger talks about winning back-to-back Women’s Giant Slalom races in Are.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Fenninger wins again

On the second day of Giant Slalom, Anna Fenninger (AUT) gets it done again, getting her 2nd win of the season and putting her 7 points ahead of Maria Hoefl-Riesch (GER), in the Overall with 5 races left.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Women’s Giant Slalom

After the Crans Montana weekend, Hoefl-Riesch is first with 1,108 points ahead of Anna Fenninger, 24, of Austria with 951. In third place is Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein with 943 points.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Women’s Giant Slalom (Mobile)

After the Crans Montana weekend, Hoefl-Riesch is first with 1,108 points ahead of Anna Fenninger, 24, of Austria with 951. In third place is Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein with 943 points.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Marmottan 2nd

In her 5th year on the World Cup, Anemone Marmottan (FRA) finally climbs on the podium in 2nd place, as none of the big names, except for Fenninger (AUT), could find time in the second run of Giant Slalom.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Brem and Gut 3rd

On the first day of Giant Slalom, Eva-Maria Brem (AUT) gets her first World Cup podium finish, tied with Lara Gut (SUI), who gets her 7th podium this season, her most successful one.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Shiffrin 15th

On the first day of Giant Slalom, newly crowned Olympic Slalom champ Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) can’t find the speed, getting her worst finish of the season.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Fenninger interview

Anna Fenninger talks about her win in Giant Slalom.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Are: Fenninger wins

On the first day of Giant Slalom, Anna Fenninger (AUT) gets the win, moving up from 7th in run one. She now moves into 2nd in the Giant Slalom World Cup, behind Lindell-Vikarby (SWE).

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Women’s Giant Slalom: Day 1

After the Crans Montana weekend, Hoefl-Riesch is first with 1,108 points ahead of Anna Fenninger, 24, of Austria with 951. In third place is Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein with 943 points.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Women’s Giant Slalom (Mobile): Day 1

After the Crans Montana weekend, Hoefl-Riesch is first with 1,108 points ahead of Anna Fenninger, 24, of Austria with 951. In third place is Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein with 943 points.

2014 FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing: Kvitfjell 2: Clarey 2nd

In the second day of Downhill racing, Johan Clarey (FRA) scores his third ever World Cup podium, finishing .35 seconds behind Erik Guay.

Mo Farah Prepares for London Marathon

  PHOTO CREDIT: Paul Gilham/Getty Images Mo Farah announced he will race in a half-marathon in New York City as he gets ready for his marathon debut. Farah will run in the NYC Half on March 16. He won the race in 2011. “I have been training hard in Kenya and hope to use the […]

2013 FIS Skiing World Cup: Val Gardena: Johan Clarey 3rd

Johan Clarey (FRA) took 3rd with a time of 1:56.94, just .12 seconds out of 2nd place. Clarey has finished inside of the top ten 2 out of 3 times in the Downhill events this WC season.

2011 Alpine World Cup: Are: Lindsey Vonn Wins Downhill

February 26, 2011: Lindsey Vonn wins the Downhill event in Are, Sweden.

Bolt, Bondarenko and Farah Shortlisted for Award

Credit: Reuters/Stefano Rellandini (Reuters) – Usain Bolt, the world’s fastest man, joined world high jump champion Bohdan Bondarenko and double Olympic and world 10,000 and 5,000 meters champion Mo Farah on the shortlist for the male Athlete of the Year award announced on Monday. Bolt, who has won the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) […]

2013 Skate Canada: Berton and Hotarek Free Skate

With 193.92 points Stefania Berton and Ondrej Hotarek (ITA) win their first Grand Prix by .15 points over Wenjing Sui and Cong Han (CHN), who had the highest Free Skate score in the Pairs competition.

2013 Skate Canada: Berton and Hotarek win Pairs

With 193.92 points Stefania Berton and Ondrej Hotarek (ITA) win their first Grand Prix by .15 points over Wenjing Sui and Cong Han (CHN), who had the highest Free Skate score.

2009 Alpine World Cup: Are: Lindsey Vonn Wins Super G

March 12, 2009: Lindsey Vonn wins the super g event in Are, Sweden.

2009 Alpine World Cup: Are: Lindsey Vonn Wins Downhill

March 11, 2009: Lindsey Vonn wins the downhill event in Are, Sweden.

2013 IAAF Track and Field World Championship: Bondarenko wins High Jump

In the Men’s High Jump, Bohdan Bondarnko (UKR) wins with a championship record, though fell short of the world record.

2013 IAAF Track and Field World Championship: Aregawi wins 1500m

In the Women’s 1500m, Abeba Aregawi (SWE) pulls away from the defending champ Jennifer Simpson (USA), by .32 seconds, to get the win at 4:02.67. 17 year old Mary Cain (USA) finished 10th.

2013 Eneco Tour: Stage 2: Arnaud Demare wins

21 year old frenchman, Arnaud Demare (FDJ), won in a sprint finish with a time of 4:03:34 earning his 8th win of the season. Demare takes over as the overall GC leader ahead of yesterday’s stage winner Mark Renshaw (Belkin Pro Cycling) by 3 seconds.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s High Dive: Paredes gets bronze

Jonathan Paredes (MEX) finished the first ever High Dive World Championships with a total score of 578.35, just 10.95 points out of 2nd place. Orlando Duque won the event.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s High Dive: Paredes 3rd after round 2

Jonathan Paredes (MEX) finished 3rd of the day with a total score of 213.30. Paredes best dive came in the 2nd round, worth 110.70 points.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Springboard: Ware 3rd

Pamela Ware (CAN) scored Bronze in the Synchro and scores Bronze in the solo as well, with 350.25. Her Synchro partner Jennifer Abel came in 5th.

2013 Diamond League: London: Women’s 100m: Blessing Okagbare wins

Blessing Okagbare (NGR) finished with a winning time of 10.79 over Barbara Pierre. Okagbare sits in 2nd place in the Diamond League standing behind Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce (JAM).

2013 Diamond League: Lausanne: Men’s High Jump: Bondarenko wins

Although he failed at his World Record attempt at 2.46 meters, Bohdan Bondarenko (UKR) gets the win, beating the Americans Erik Kynard and Dusty Jonas by clearing 2.41 meters. American World Champ Jesse Williams is still out with injury.

2013 Diamond League: Lausanne: Women’s 1500m: Aregawi wins

Abeba Aregawi (SWE) gets her 5th win of the 2013 Diamond League season, besting the field by 1.62 seconds, with a finishing time of 4:02.11.

Mark Cavendish Sprints To His 27th Career Stage Victory

By Julien Pretot MARSEILLE, France | Wed Jul 3, 2013 2:25pm EDT (Reuters) – Mark Cavendish’s love affair with the Tour de France continued as the Briton moved closer to the all-time stage-win record with a perfect sprint finish on Wednesday. The Omega Pharma-Quick Step rider was led out by his team mates in the […]

2013 Diamond League: Birmingham: Okagbare beats Pryce in 200m

Blessing Okagbare (NGR) defeated Shelley-Ann Fraser Pryce (JAM) in a stunning victory, finishing with a time of 22.55. Pryce still leads in the overall standings with 6 points.

Quiet Day Two At Tour de France; Jan Bakelants Wins First Stage Of His Career

By Julien Pretot AJACCIO, France | Sun Jun 30, 2013 12:15pm EDT (Reuters) – Belgian Jan Bakelants, a last-minute inclusion in the RadioShack-Leopard Tour de France roster, rode his luck to win the second stage by one second and take the overall leader’s yellow jersey on Sunday. Bakelants powered away from a six-man late breakaway […]

2013 Diamond League: Rome: Women’s 1500m: Aregawi wins

At 4:00.23 Abeba Aregawi (SWE) wins her third Diamond race this season, beating Genzebe Dibaba (ETH) by 1.39 seconds. American Jenny Simpson was 3rd.

Maurice Clarett Playing In Sevens Tournament

The Columbus Dispatch reports today that former Ohio State and Denver Broncos running back Maurice Clarett will be participating in the Ohio Rugby Sevens Invitational in Mechanicsburg, Ohio on May 25th. He will be playing for the Columbus affiliate of Tiger Rugby, who incidently will be responsible for picking the 2016 USA Rugby Sevens Olympic […]

 
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