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US Swimmers Robbed at Gun Point

U.S. Swimmer Ryan Lochte Robbed at Gunpoint in Brazil Via Ryan Lochte told TODAY’s Billy Bush that he and three other swimmers were robbed at gunpoint. 08/15/2016 9:53 AM   Mitch Gunn /

Usain Bolt Wins Gold in Three Olympic 100M

When all is said and done, the amount of time Usain Bolt has spent on the Olympic track pales in comparison to the mammoth legacy he has built during the Summer Games. Usain Bolt builds timeless legacy in mere

A-Rod Walks Away – Finally

“I’m sure I’ll wake up full of emotion,” Rodriguez said Thursday night. “It should be fun. I’m looking forward to it, I really am.”  But will he play next year somewhere else? Doubtful. A-Rod’s last call: 22

Olympics Finally Close Green Pool

The water turned green Tuesday, midway through the synchronized diving events. The pool was shut down when some divers arrived Friday morning, though it did finally open around noon. Color guard: Green pool reopens to Rio divers

US Women’s Soccer Loses in Rio

Hope Solo, the controversial American goalkeeper, executed soccer’s version of icing the kicker at the end of Friday’s penalty shootout against Sweden. It did not work and USMNT lost. U.S. women’s soccer out of Rio Olympics after stunning

Gabby Douglas in Gold Medal Drama

Gabby Douglas says she “meant no disrespect” and apologized if anyone was offended by a gesture she did not make as she and the U.S. women’s gymnastics team received their gold medals. Ease up, America. Gabby Douglas wasn’t

Phelps vs. Lochte One Last Time

With both competing in the 200-meter individual medley final on Thursday night, Phelps and Lochte will face each other for one final time in the Olympics. Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte will face each other in the

Cowboys Denied Decal to Honor Dallas PD

The Cowboys, led by tight end Jason Witten, tried and failed to honor the five police officers killed in a downtown Dallas shooting in July. The NFL has denied the request. Outraged by Cowboys helmet decal tribute denial? Direct fury at the

BYU’s Possible Big 12 Trouble Around Honor Code

BYU’s stance on sexual orientation has long been an issue in athletics. The Princeton Review ranked BYU No. 6 on its list of the least LGBT-friendly schools, behind only Tennessee among FBS universities. BYU's Honor Code forbids 'homosexual behavior.'