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  • Phelps
    Michael Phelps arrested for DUI
    Michael Phelps, the Olympic swimmer, has been arrested on charges of driving under the influence in Baltimore, Maryland, according to TMZ on Tuesday. Twenty-nine year old Phelps was arrested at approximately 1:40 a.m. in the Fort McHenry Tunnel on...
  • Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir
    Skating news roundup: Virtue/Moir skip season, Bobrova/Soloviev skip Grand Prix
    The post-Olympic season is looking to start off with even fewer big names, as 2010 Olympic champions Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir are the latest to announce a hiatus. They join training mates and rivals Meryl Davis/Charie While in sitting out the...
  • Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir
    Weir and Lipinski's promotion as top NBC commentators was to be expected
    When figure skating audiences will tune in to watch Skate America on NBC on October 26, they will have a surprise in store. The veteran skating commentator team of Scott Hamilton, Sandra Bezic and Tom Hammond, fixtures on network TV for a few...
  • Team USA FIBA World Cup
    Team USA wins 2014 FIBA World Cup Championship
    The U.S. Men’s Basketball Team swept through the 24-team field to win the 2014 FIBA World Cup Championship with a 129-92 victory over the up-and-coming Serbian unit on September 14 in Madrid, Spain.Team USA dominated all nine squads, during...
  • Canadian Olympic gold medalist Tessa Bonhomme retires
    Canadian Olympic gold medalist Tessa Bonhomme retires
    According to TSNon Wednesday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Tessa Bonhomme of Sudbury, Ontario has retired from the Canadian national women's hockey team and will focus her efforts in her second career, as broadcaster for TSN. Bonhomme won a...
  • Pelletier named Oilers skating coach
    Pelletier named Oilers skating coach
    According to the Canadian Press, the Edmonton Oilers have gone outside the box in hiring a new skating coach. To the surprise of many on Wednesday, the Oilers have hired Canadian Olympic gold medalist David Pelletier of Sayabec, Quebec as their...
  • Osmond breaks leg in practice
    Osmond breaks leg in practice
    According to the Canadian Press on Monday, Canadian Olympic figure skating silver medalist Kaetlyn Osmond of Marystown, Newfoundland broke her leg in practice recently and will miss the fall schedule of the 2014 figure skating season. While...
  • Canadiens name Subban assistant captain
    Canadiens name Subban assistant captain
    According to the Canadian Press, the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey Leaguehave named Canadian Olympic gold medalist P.K. Subban one of their four assistant captains for the 2014-15 regular season. Subban will be joined by Andrei Markov,...
  • Oscar Pistorius leaves North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, South Africa
    Pistorius has been found negligent but not guilty of murder
    Photos of Oscar Pistorius in tears at his murder trial have gone viral online worldwide. South African athlete Pistorius was found not guilty of premeditated murder by a judge in South Africa reported USA Today on Sept. 11, 2014. However,...
  • Bob and Ryan Suter
    U.S. Olympic gold medalist Bob Suter dies at 57
    Olympic gold medalist Bob Suter died Tuesday in Madison, Wisconsin at the age of 57. The cause of death was not released. He was a defenseman on the famed “Miracle on Ice” hockey team that surprisingly won gold in Lake Placid, New York...
  • Steffon Armitage
    IRB planning on looking into Olympic loophole for various players
    Many players will be under the International Rugby Board's microscope as there are some that are looking at changing their national teams in the coming months as they would like to take part in the upcoming Rugby World Cup. The IRB's CEO...
  • Petitclerc to be Chef de Mission for Canada at 2016 Paralympic Games
    Petitclerc to be Chef de Mission for Canada at 2016 Paralympic Games
    According to the Canadian Press on Monday, Chantal Petitclerc has been named the Chef de Mission for Canada at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. A wheelchair racer during her prestigious athletic career, Petitclerc won 14 gold medals at...
  • Pendrel wins women's mountain biking world championship
    Pendrel wins women's mountain biking world championship
    According to the Canadian Press, Catharine Pendrel of Fredericton, New Brunswick won the gold medal on Saturday in the Women's World Mountain Biking Championships in Lillehammer, Norway. Pendrel posted a winning time of one hour, 31 minutes...
  • Four beauty tips from Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin
    Four beauty tips from Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin
    Twelve-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin first gained recognition in the pool as an all-around elite swimmer. In the years since her 2001 breakthrough, Coughlin has also become a fixture in marketing campaigns. In recent years, the beautiful...
  • Berlin
    2024 Olympic Games: Modest proposals in the works from two German cities
    The Summer Olympics could be returning to Germany in the near future.Berlin and Hamburg have expressed interest in hosting the Summer Games in 2024 or possibly 2028, according to media reports and industry insider Sports Business. It's now up...