• Mikaela Shiffrin misses out on slalom medal at Olympics

    Mikaela Shiffrin misses out on slalom medal at Olympics

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    Mikaela Shiffrin was steady in the opening run of the slalom as she tries to win a second straight gold medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics. So her nerves returned at the most inopportune time . Resi Stiegler crashed her first run and injured her left knee. "It was certainly not normal preparation but I also knew that going into these Olympics that it's not normal races, it's not normal preparations, so I have to be prepared for anything".
  • Antonio Conte pleased with Chelsea striker options for Barcelona clash

    Antonio Conte pleased with Chelsea striker options for Barcelona clash

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    An Eden Hazard brace and a solitary strike from Nigeria global Victor Moses moved the Blues back into the top four, just a single point ahead of fifth-placed Tottenham. He's a good point of reference. "I haven't heard of an offer from Arsenal; of course he would be a candidate if they got rid of Arsene Wenger, but I don't think they have reached that stage yet".
  • Vikings may have interest in QB AJ McCarron

    Vikings may have interest in QB AJ McCarron

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    McCarron had been arguing that his rookie season in 2014 should count towards the four years of service required for players to be eligible for unrestricted free agency. The Bengals and Browns had agreed to a midseason trade that would have sent McCarron to Cleveland, but the deal fell through because the Browns reportedly failed to complete the paperwork for the deal before the league's deadline arrived.
  • Canada's Lawes, Morris win mixed doubles curling gold

    Canada's Lawes, Morris win mixed doubles curling gold

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    The pair put an emphatic claim on the gold medal Tuesday night with a 10-3 win over Jenny Perret and Martin Rios of Switzerland . Canada had an opening round-robin loss to Norway , but reeled off eight consecutive games for gold, proving they were the class of the event.
  • Fearless Tottenham take control of tie with stunning comeback against Juventus

    Fearless Tottenham take control of tie with stunning comeback against Juventus

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    The England global has netted eight goals in his previous 7 appearances for Spurs . Tottenham face tricky opposition in Italy's most decorated club Juventus , as the Champions League knockout's get underway in Turin . However, Higuain smashed the resulting penalty off the bar and Tottenham escaped. "The first minutes were hard but it was unbelievable how we reacted".
  • How to Watch Olympic Men's Hockey Online

    How to Watch Olympic Men's Hockey Online

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    It is the first Winter Olympic men's hockey tournament in 24 years without NHL players. With under two minutes left in the third, Slovenia pulled its goalie, Gasper Kroselj, and Mursak scored to tie the game at 2. In the end, Canada defeated Sweden, 3-1, in the final to take home gold, while the United States defeated the Czech Republic, 9-3, in the bronze medal game.
  • Jose Mourinho: Newcastle 'fought like animals' to beat Man Utd

    Jose Mourinho: Newcastle 'fought like animals' to beat Man Utd

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    The Red Devils suffered a second away defeat in a row in the Premier League thanks to a 65th-minute strike from Matt Ritchie , which extended Mourinho's miserable run at St James' Park to seven league games without a win. At the other end of the pitch, debutant Martin Dubravka quickly settled into the game. And United should have equalised soon after, but when Newcastle failed to clear a corner, Anthony Martial saw two shots blocked on the line by Gayle.
  • Winter Olympics 2018: Chris Mazdzer wins historic silver in men's singles luge

    Winter Olympics 2018: Chris Mazdzer wins historic silver in men's singles luge

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    Chris Mazdzer won a silver medal in the luge singles at the Winter Olympics on Sunday in Pyeongchang, South Korea, becoming the first USA man to earn a medal in the event. "I'm an outsider. I like being the underdog ". Then, when he needed it most, Mazdzer delivered in his fourth run. Chris Mazdzer of United States smiles in the finish area after his second run in the men's luge at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Saturday, Feb.
  • Colts reportedly have Frank Reich as their favorite for HC

    Colts reportedly have Frank Reich as their favorite for HC

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    And the Colts had no problem poking fun at themselves. "You take all the great resources that you have as far as the staff and our head coach, and you pile your ideas together and then you've got to narrow them down and that's what we do". Reich spent four seasons as an assistant coach in Indianapolis before moving on the Cardinals, Chargers and Eagles, spending the last two seasons as Philadelphia's offensive coordinator.
  • Hazard reveals why Chelsea have been so poor

    Hazard reveals why Chelsea have been so poor

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    Arsenal missed out on a top four place for the first time in 20 years last season and had to settle for the Europa League. The Belgian has firmly established himself among the best players in the Premier League , and the world, since his arrival at Stamford Bridge in 2012.
  • Norwegian Olympic team accidentally orders 15000 eggs

    Norwegian Olympic team accidentally orders 15000 eggs

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    The chefs were allowed to return the 13,500 surplus in eggs, though the 1,500 remaining will still make for a steady stream of dishes in which eggs are a central ingredient. Excellent sources of both of those nutrients, widely consumed by athletes, happen to be eggs. "It's not a big issue". "They will probably use them I guess and I don't know, maybe the people that supplied us with them will take them back I don't know".
  • Georgia Tech Head Coach Josh Pastner Accused of Sexual Assault in Lawsuit

    Georgia Tech Head Coach Josh Pastner Accused of Sexual Assault in Lawsuit

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    Bell has publicly accused Pastner of breaking NCAA rules. She alleges Pastner attempted to force himself on her in the hotel room where she and Bell were staying during Pastern's time as the head coach of the Memphis basketball team. Josh never acted improperly with Ms. Pendley. She never told Bell about those incidents, either. For these reasons, he says, their families have turned against them in the case.
  • Winter Olympics: Shani Davis not expected to march in opening ceremony

    Winter Olympics: Shani Davis not expected to march in opening ceremony

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    Hamlin earned a bronze medal in the 2014 Winter Olympics which broke a 34-year streak of the podium being occupied exclusively by German and Austrian women. Fellow nominee Shani Davis panned the process in a tweet, calling it "dishonorable" and suggesting race ultimately played a role in the selection.
  • Wade gets Miami homecoming as Cavs clean house

    Wade gets Miami homecoming as Cavs clean house

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    The Cavs started by sending Channing Frye and unhappy Isaiah Thomas to the Lakers for Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance Jr . The Cavs have made the trade deadline their show, orchestrating several blockbuster deals. Isaiah Thomas went from a team expected to compete for the National Basketball Association title to a team that is 22-31 and has little chance of competing at all this season.
  • USF's football Twitter account down as signing day dawns

    USF's football Twitter account down as signing day dawns

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    But the Bulldogs did enough to earn the No. 1-ranked recruiting class, according to 247sports.com, among others. Most players heading to big name schools, did so back in the new early signing period in December, but Wednesday the rest settled in.
  • Colts putting 'finishing touches' on Josh McDaniels' deal

    Colts putting 'finishing touches' on Josh McDaniels' deal

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    The news is not a surprise, since it has been widely reported that McDaniels and the Colts were in talks about the hire since before the Super Bowl. He spent the 2011 season as an offensive coordinator in St. Louis before returning to the Patriots. For McDaniels, the Colts are certainly an interesting team to take over.
  • Todd Frazier staying close to home, signs 2-year deal with Mets

    Todd Frazier staying close to home, signs 2-year deal with Mets

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    However, he would set a career-low in hitting with a.225 average in a 158 games. In 81 games, the White Sox slugger only managed to hit 16 home runs while driving in just 44 runs, and hitting a paltry.207. Todd Frazier is coming back to NY - but without the Yankees pinstripes this time. Cabrera likely will shift to second base, with Amed Rosario at shortstop.
  • Crystal Palace fight back to draw relegation tussle with Newcastle

    Crystal Palace fight back to draw relegation tussle with Newcastle

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    With AP Photos. Luka Milivojevic converted a second-half penalty to earn Crystal Palace a 1-1 draw at home to Newcastle in the Premier League . Palace threatened nearly from kick-off when a through-ball from Milivojevic sent Wilfried Zaha through on goal but his heavy touch took possession too close to Karl Darlow, who dived low to collect.
  • Rescuers free 900 miners trapped underground after storm

    Rescuers free 900 miners trapped underground after storm

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    This content is restricted to site members. Wellsted said miners had the option of walking 4km to an escape shaft that remained operational, but management decided against using this potentially risky route. Engineers were struggling to get emergency generators to operate and to get the lifts working again, he added. A spokesman for the company confirmed yesterday that the workers were safe and were being sent food and water .
  • After surgery, Eagles fan frets: Did I miss the Super Bowl?

    After surgery, Eagles fan frets: Did I miss the Super Bowl?

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    After waking up concerned about not feeling her chin and getting a discount from her doctors because the surgery took 30 minutes instead of 45, Parks' thoughts went immediately to her beloved Eagles. "You know what I hate?" 'I trust St Nick, ' Parks said, referring to Eagles quarterback Nick Foles. "I just put it on Facebook and one of my friends at school said you have to make that public", he continued.
  • Rahul Dravid's Gem After India's Comprehensive Win Over Australia In Final

    Rahul Dravid's Gem After India's Comprehensive Win Over Australia In Final

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    India were placed in Group B, along with Australia , Zimbabwe and Papua New Guinea. Since thrashing the Aussies by 100 runs in their opening match, India have proved simply unstoppable, winning five successive games easily. At the crease, after Shaw's departure, are Kalra and Shubman Gill. Expensive Porel: Ishan Porel has not found rhythm in his first 2 overs and has been punished for runs.
  • Bill Belichick enjoyed a Minnesota Timberwolves game before Super Bowl 52

    Bill Belichick enjoyed a Minnesota Timberwolves game before Super Bowl 52

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    Things began going south after the coach called out Brady's performance in New England's AFC Divisional Round win over the Houston Texans previous year. Brady had no problems against the Jaguars and had 12 stitches removed last week. It's the No. 1 stat that leads to winning and losing games, turnover differential, and when we don't turn the ball over, we have a very, very high percentage of winning.
  • De Villiers out of first three ODIs

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    Faf has learned that old lesson that, "you have to be careful what you wish for". "And Kedar Jadhav doing the conventional job pretty well for the team". Chinaman Tabraiz Shamsi played Kuldeep while JP Duminy pulled out a good impression of Jadhav. So much so that they seem to be carrying four options for that one position.
  • Harden Has First 60-Point Triple-Double In NBA History

    Harden Has First 60-Point Triple-Double In NBA History

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    The Rockets began the contest without Chris Paul (sore groin), and Trevor Ariza (strained hamstring). Launching 14 threes. Given the freedom to operate without his Hall-of-Fame backcourt mate, Harden took full advantage, and reminded the rest of the National Basketball Association what he can do when given the keys to the auto for a full game.
  • PyeongChang welcomes IPC's decision on Russian para athletes

    PyeongChang welcomes IPC's decision on Russian para athletes

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    Ma Yu-chol and Kim Jong-hyon - recently completed their registration to the IPC to make their debut at the upcoming Winter Paralympics. "We believe that with the criteria we have, and the fact that the landscape has changed when it comes to anti-doping in Russian Federation, we can confidently say the NPA team will be as clean as any other athlete".