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Cragg, Rupp win Olympic marathon trials

Amy Cragg and Galen Rupp won women's and men's Olympic marathon trials to clinch berths on the U.S. Olympic marathon team for the this summer's Rio Games.

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Lloyd-Morgan chemistry paying off for US (2:30)
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Lloyd helps U.S. reach Olympic qualifying semis

Carli Lloyd scored off a rebound of her own penalty kick in the 86th minute and the United States beat Mexico 1-0 on Saturday to clinch a spot in the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying semifinals.

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Picabo Street to argue self-defense, wants trial

A lawyer for Picabo Street said the former Olympic gold medalist skier was defending herself during a fight with her father and wants a jury trial on domestic violence and assault charges.

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OTL discussion: Zika and the Olympics (6:47)
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Lauren Jackson to decide on Rio Games in March

Former WNBA MVP Lauren Jackson said playing in the Rio Olympics for Australia is still her goal, but she will wait until March to make a final decision.

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Ennis-Hill coach wants GB Olympics camp moved

Jessica Ennis-Hill's coach Toni Minichiello has called for the British Olympic Association to move the preparation camp for the Rio Olympics to a zika-free zone.

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Two Kenya athletes allege doping bribery

Kenyan athletes Joy Sakari and Francisca Koki Manunga state their country's track and field governing body asked them for a bribe to reduce four-years bans for doping.

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Kenya raises Zika fears over Olympics

Kenya has reportedly threatened to pull its athletes out of this summer's Olympic Games in Rio if the Zika virus in Brazil reach "epidemic levels".

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Shiffrin to return from knee injury next week

Mikaela Shiffrin says she will return to World Cup ski racing next week in Switzerland after missing two months with a torn ligament in her right knee.

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IAAF investigating claims of doping in China

The IAAF is investigating the authenticity of a letter published in Chinese media that suggests state-sanctioned doping in the 1990s and casts doubt on world records set by Wang Junxia.

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Rio Olympics to go ahead despite Zika threat (1:17)
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Rio athletes dodge Zika with repellent, shelter

Concern over Brazil's outbreak of Zika virus has spread to many athletes who have traveled to Rio de Janeiro to train for the Olympics. Many are staying inside and using repellent to avoid Zika.

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Cyclist caught using motor at cyclocross worlds

Italian manufacturer Wilier Triestina says it will sue the Belgian cyclist who used a motor on her bike at the cyclocross world championships in the latest scandal to rock the sport.

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Rupp to step up distance, try for Rio marathon

Galen Rupp, the Olympic silver medalist in the 10,000 meters, will step up in distance and try to qualify for the Rio Games in the marathon next month.

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Bach: IOC plans to honor refugees at Rio Games

A group of refugee athletes will march together in the opening ceremony of the Rio Games in a symbol of hope for the world's migrants, IOC president Thomas Bach said.