Lindsey Vonn, who is racing against time to get fit for the Sochi Olympics, finished 41st on Friday's (December 6) women's downhill in Lake Louise. Vonn, a gold medalist from the Vancouver Games, needed reconstructive knee surgery following a crash at the Alpine World Championships in Austria earlier in the ...
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A new maraca-like noisemaker, called a "caxirola," is replacing the controversial vuvuzela as the official instrument of next year's World Cup in Brazil. Researchers say the new instrument will be less disruptive and annoying. (Dec. 6)
The United States will play Ghana, Portugal and Germany in a difficult first-round group at next year's World Cup in Brazil. Despite the tough draw, U.S. soccer fans in Washington remained optimistic about their team's chances. (Dec. 6) ...
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While preparing for the Sochi Olympics, Lindsey Vonn spoke candidly about a number of topics with Red Bull Bulletin, including her divorce.
Police have cited Bucks center Larry Sanders for disorderly conduct and assault and battery in a fight last month at a downtown Milwaukee nightclub. (Dec. 6)
Florida officials had some laughs at a press conference announcing the state's decision not to pursue sexual assault charges against Jameis Winston.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston will not be charged with sexually assaulting a woman who accused him of raping her about a year ago,a prosecutor said Thursday. Winston, 19, has led the Seminoles to a No. 1 ranking. (Dec. 5)
A few months ago Ndamukong Suh got the biggest fine in NFL history for a dirty hit against the Minnesota Vikings. Â Now the Detroit Lions defensive tackle says he's looking to change his reputation as a dirty player.