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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- South African athlete Oscar Pistorius, who made history last year as the first double amputee runner to compete in the Olympics using prosthetic blades, will spend the night in jail Thursday after he was charged with murder...
Boy did the IOC executive board make a huge blunder and underestimate exactly what it was doing when it made a purely political decision by recommending the removal of wrestling for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games. Tennis, anyone? How about golf?...
Thomas Roberts of Huntington Beach is one of 52 Major League Baseball fans trying to become a "Cave Dweller" in the 2013 MLB Fan Cave. Thomas, whose favorite team is the Los Angeles Dodgers, has his contest video posted at http://www.MLBFanCave.com,...
Tags: Baseball, Caves and Caverns, Polo, Landforms, Sports
SANTA BARBARA — Westmont senior Tugce Canitez is not only the marquee women's basketball player in the Golden State Athletic Conference, but also the entire NAIA. The 2012 GSAC and NAIA Player of the Year, who represented her native Turkey in the...
Tags: Basketball, Sports
After rewriting the Olympic record books for swimming, Michael Phelps and his longtime coach might have the Kentucky Derby in their sights with a 3-year-old colt named Cerro who won a race Saturday at Gulfstream Park for Team Valor International....
After some inner turmoil and much self-reflection, 15-year-old Seth Melvin says he's ready to lose his right leg. His words make his parents cringe. "I just want to get it chopped off," he says occasionally. It's a decision that's been looming for...
Bret Bonanni of Huntington Beach, a freshman student/athlete at Stanford University, was named to the USA Water Polo Men's Senior National Team. The team started play Wednesday at the UANA World Aquatic Championships Qualification Tournament at Calgary,...
Tags: Football, Jeff Powers, Polo, Sports, Water Polo
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Olympic gymnast Gabrielle Douglas is donating personal items to the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture. Douglas won Olympic gold at the age of 16 in the 2012 London games. She was the first...
Channel 2 SportsThe 2012 Summer Olympics in London proved fruitful for Alaska's small contingent. Three of the athletes who either grew up in Alaska or attended college in the 49th state won medals. The dynastic rifle program at UAF produced two of them. Former...
L.A. NOWJackie Bonilla, a teacher at Clover Avenue Elementary in Palms, has won a Milken Educator Award, an honor that includes a $25,000 prize....
When trying to interpret the ups and downs of program popularity at the Park District of Highland Park, administrators look to television for answers. The 2012 Summer Olympics were an inspiration to the area's budding gymnasts, said Dan Malartsik,...
This just in: Baseball -- especially the World Baseball Classic -- is very popular in Japan. Repeat: very popular. Major League Baseball just announced that one-third of all televisions in Japan -- the ones that were turned on -- were tuned in to...
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