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Maame Biney is Done Being Comfortable — And Ready for the Olympic Spotlight

After cruising to victory in the women’s 500 meters, a visibly relieved and emotional Maame Biney met the assembled media at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for short-track speedskating. “I’m super excited to be racing again,” said Biney that December afternoon at the Olympic Oval in Kearns, Utah, having had an injury in the early […]

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United States' A'Ja Wilson, center, grabs a rebound between Nigeria's Adaora Elonu, left, and Atonye Nyingifa during women's basketball preliminary round play at the 2020 Olympic Summer Games on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, in Saitama, Japan. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

At the 2021 Olympic Games, Women Rule

If you asked 100 people interested in this year’s Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo which athlete they want to see the most, it’s a safe bet the first name mentioned would be Simone Biles. Several may say Katie Ledecky. Others would say Allyson Felix, A’ja Wilson or Alex Morgan. As the 50th anniversary of Title […]

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International Swimming League Announces Inaugural Host Cities

The new International Swimming League has named seven host cities and venues across the United States and Europe for its inaugural season, which will conclude in a temporary, 25-meter pool to be constructed at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. The new league has signed more than 200 of the world’s best swimmers, […]

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