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Armstrong on PEDs: I'd probably do it again
Lance Armstrong, who was stripped of his seven Tour de France victories and banned for life from professional cycling in 2012, said in an interview that he'd again use performance-enhancing drugs if faced with the same circumstances.

Lillard, Delle Donne in Special Olympics relay
Damian Lillard, Elena Delle Donne, Michelle Kwan and Joe Haden will all take part in the Special Olympics Unified Relay Across America, which will begin May 26 and converge in Los Angeles ahead of the World Games in July.

Vonn extends WC record with 64th victory
Lindsey Vonn mastered a tricky super-G race on Sunday for a record-extending 64th World Cup victory.

Brown wins first U.S. title, holds off Rippon
Jason Brown gushed to Adam Rippon: "Oh my god, it was amazing."

S. Korea swimming star Park fails doping test
South Korea's former Olympic swim champion Park Tae-hwan has failed a recent doping test, his agency said Tuesday.

Hargin wins WC slalom for 1st career victory
Screaming for joy and smashing his poles on the snow, Swedish skier Mattias Hargin celebrated his first career World Cup victory on Sunday.

Edmunds to skate for U.S. team at worlds
Olympian Polina Edmunds will represent the United States at the world figure skating championships after placing fourth at nationals.

Wagner stars, sets records en route to gold
Madison Chock and Evan Bates had dinner this week with Charlie White, one of the people who changed the perception of U.S. ice dancing.

Jansrud wins fog-shortened World Cup downhill
After winning a shortened version of the men's World Cup downhill on the Streif course, Kjetil Jansrud was hugged by a Norwegian teammate who has come short on 10 attempts to win the classic race.

Schedule conflict upsets skiers, snowboarders
Top-tier skiers and snowboarders chose X Games over worlds in Austria, and blame FIS for the scheduling conflict.

White finishes 4th; Davis gets X Games repeat
Shaun White wasn't in the field at the Winter X Games last year -- an absence that was hard to ignore when Danny Davis put on a stylin' show for his first title at the world's premier snowboarding contest.

Bode skips Kitzbuehel downhill after surgery
Bode Miller will not compete in a downhill in Austria on Saturday, leaving him without a World Cup race this season before the world championships in the U.S. in 10 days.

Paris wins super-G; Pinturault takes combined
Italian skier Dominik Paris won his first career World Cup super-G on Friday, two years after his victory in the classic Hahnenkamm downhill on the same course.

Snooker, billiards lobby for spot in '20 Games
Snooker and billiards are lobbying for inclusion in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Russian coach resigns amid doping scandals
Russia's top athletics coach resigned Friday amid a series of doping scandals in the country.

Boston outlines plans to host 2024 Olympics
Sailing in Boston Harbor. Baseball at Fenway Park. Beach volleyball on Boston Common, the oldest public park in the United States.

Vonn backs Tiger's account of missing tooth
World Cup ski champion Lindsey Vonn is backing boyfriend Tiger Woods' account of how he lost a front tooth.

World Cup women drop Canada turf lawsuit
A group of elite female soccer players on Wednesday withdrew their complaint over the use of artificial turf at the Women's World Cup from the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.

Stassel, Onitsuka win world slopestyle titles
American snowboarder Ryan Stassel won the world slopestyle championship for his first major title, and Miyabi Onitsuka of Japan took gold in the women's event on Wednesday.

Boston mayor open to referendum on Olympics
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says he'd be open to a referendum on the Olympics.

American Kearney wins world dual moguls title
American freestyle skier Hannah Kearney won the world title in dual moguls, while Mikael Kingsbury of Canada earned the men's gold medal on Monday.

Estrada, Conley win U.S. titles in half marathon
Diego Estrada started his first half marathon a bit slow. He ended it with the American flag on his shoulders.

Reichelt spoils Swiss day to win WC downhill
Hannes Reichelt of Austria spoiled Switzerland's big day to win the host nation's signature World Cup downhill on Sunday.

Ledecky claims 4th gold at Arena Pro Swim
Teen star Katie Ledecky did it again, bringing the Arena Pro Swim Series to a close Saturday with a charge at one of her world records.

American team crashes at bobsled world cup
Kathleen Martini steered Germany to a bobsled World Cup victory Friday in a race overshadowed by the heavy crash of the U.S. crew of Jamie Greubel Poser and Lauryn Williams.

Kostner gets 16-month ban, won't miss Games
Former figure skating world champion Carolina Kostner has been banned for 16 months for her role in the doping case involving her ex-boyfriend and Olympic race walking gold medalist Alex Schwazer.

Neureuther wins WC slalom; Hirscher skis out
Felix Neureuther took advantage of a rare mistake by Marcel Hirscher of Austria to win a World Cup slalom on Saturday and retake the discipline standings lead from his great rival.

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