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Police photographs of Oscar Pistorius standing on his blood-stained prosthetic legs and wearing shorts covered in blood, taken shortly after the athlete fatally shot his girlfriend, were shown to the court at his murder trial Friday.
Coach K: Bulls' call if Rose plays for USA
Team USA coach Mike Krzyzewski said it will be up to the Chicago Bulls whether Derrick Rose plays in this summer's FIBA Basketball World Cup as the former MVP recovers from a second knee surgery.
Backstrom to get silver medal despite drug test
Swedish hockey star Nicklas Backstrom will receive an Olympic silver medal despite his positive drug test in Sochi.
Bode not done: 'I have more to do in the sport'
Bode Miller wants to continue racing next season at the age of 37, even if this campaign proved somewhat disappointing.
Switzerland beats U.S. in Alpine team event final
Switzerland beat the United States in the final of the parallel slalom racing team event at the World Cup Finals.
5 cities submit bids for 2022 Winter Olympics
Sergej Gontcharov sums up the status of Ukraine's bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics in one word: uncertain.
Wust adds WCup 1,500m title to Olympic silver
Ireen Wust of the Netherlands won the World Cup 1,500-meter title Friday, making up in some small way for having to settle for silver in the same event at the Winter Olympics.
Biellmann, Nichol make Figure Skating Hall
Innovative skater Denise Biellmann of Switzerland and renowned choreographer Lori Nichol of Canada have been elected to the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame.
Fenninger clinches first overall World Cup title
Anna Fenninger of Austria clinched her first overall World Cup title on Thursday by placing second in a super-G won by Lara Gut of Switzerland.
Pinturault wins WCup super-G; Bode third
Aksel Lund Svindal all but conceded the overall World Cup title to Marcel Hirscher on Thursday after failing to score points in a super-G surprisingly won by Alexis Pinturault of France.
Italian Paralympian banned for using steroid
The International Paralympic Committee says an Italian ice sledge hockey player has been suspended for 18 months for failing a doping test at the Sochi Games.
Hoefl-Riesch out rest of season after crash
Maria Hoefl-Riesch will miss the rest of the ski season after crashing in a World Cup downhill on Wednesday, leaving Anna Fenninger as the favorite to win the overall title.
Boston to have 3K police for marathon route
More than 3,500 police officers will patrol this year's Boston Marathon, more than double the number deployed last year, when two bombs exploded near the finish line, killing three people and injuring more than 260.
Zoricic family, ski body settle fatal crash issues
The family of Nik Zoricic has settled issues with the International Ski Federation over the Canadian racer's 2012 death in a skicross World Cup event.
Gobena wins L.A. Marathon, $50K bonus
Amane Gobena of Ethiopia won the women's Los Angeles Marathon on Sunday in 2 hours, 27 minutes, 37 seconds, crossing the finish line 41 seconds ahead of men's champion and fellow Ethiopian Gebo Burka and winning the gender challenge.
U.S. speeds to 4x400 world record at indoors
The United States set a world record in the 4x400 meter relay at the world indoor championships.
U.S. stays hot at speedskating World Cup
Heather Richardson of the United States did it again on Saturday, claiming her second speedskating World Cup win over 500 meters one day after her first.
Neureuther leads German 1-2 slalom finish
Felix Neureuther beat Fritz Dopfer for a German 1-2 finish at a men's World Cup slalom on Sunday, while Marcel Hirscher finished fifth to take the lead in the overall standings by four points.
Olympic hero Shiffrin wins World Cup slalom
Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin won a World Cup slalom on Saturday to retain her season-long title with one race remaining.
Ligety holds off Raich to win World Cup GS
Olympic champion Ted Ligety held on to his first-run lead to win a men's World Cup giant slalom on Saturday.
Snowboarder Clark wins 7th Burton U.S. Open
Kelly Clark moved back to the top of the snowboarding world Saturday, winning her seventh Burton U.S. Open title four weeks after finishing third at the Olympics.
Anderson, McMorris win slopestyle titles at Vail
Olympic gold medalist Jamie Anderson wrapped up the TTR World Snowboard Tour slopestyle title Friday with a victory in snowy conditions at Vail Mountain.
Female goalie Szabados, SPHL team agree
Canadian women's goalie Shannon Szabados has agreed to a contract with the Columbus Cottonmouths of the Southern Professional Hockey League.
Fenninger wins, seizes lead in Ski World Cup
Anna Fenninger seized the lead in the overall Alpine World Cup standings on Friday by winning a giant slalom for the second straight day.
Richardson wins 500m for first World Cup title
Heather Richardson of the United States edged local favorite Judith Hesse by one hundredth of a second to claim her first speedskating World Cup win over 500 meters on Friday.
Antoine, Graybill claim U.S. skeleton titles
Olympic bronze medalist Matt Antoine won the men's title and Savannah Graybill took the women's crown at the U.S. national skeleton championships, which ended Friday.
Eaton opens big heptathlon lead at world indoors
That's what the Eatons call a fun day out at the world indoor championships.
Hawk: Skateboarding likely to be in 2020 Olympics
In an interview on "Larry King Now," seminal skateboard professional Tony Hawk asserted that skateboarding will likely be an Olympic sport by the year 2020.
Ukraine rules against Sochi Paralympics boycott
Ukraine will compete in the Winter Paralympics in Sochi despite Russia's military moves in Crimea.
Fenninger wins WC giant slalom, closes gap
Olympic silver medalist Anna Fenninger won a World Cup giant slalom race Thursday, and closed the gap on overall leader Maria Hoefl-Riesch.
Kwan's car stolen after husband drops keys
Police say Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan's car was stolen after her husband, Rhode Island gubernatorial candidate Clay Pell, left the keys inside.
Witness: Pistorius prayed over shot girlfriend
Oscar Pistorius shook slightly, his hands covering his ears as a neighbor described in court Thursday how the famous athlete knelt next to his dead or dying girlfriend, praying as he tried to help Reeva Steenkamp breathe.