Tommie Smith, featured in the documentary, “With Drawn Arms,” gives a message to young athletes who are standing up for what they believe in.
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New Zealand's women's rugby won gold and unleashed an emotional haka, a traditional Māori celebration dance
After a disappointing silver medal in 2016, New Zealand's women's rugby team found redemption with a gold medal in Tokyo.
Improper fuel level detected in postrace inspection for Vettel's Aston Martin.
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He was driving 60 mph over the posted speed limit when the crash occurred, police say.
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Lamont Marcell Jacobs surprisingly took gold in the first Olympic 100-meter final of the post-Usain Bolt era. American Fred Kerley won silver.
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Gadzhi Rabadanov scores nasty KO at Bellator 263; coach Khabib Nurmagomedov loads fallen fighter on stretcher
Khabib Nurmagomedov coached his fighter Gadzhi Rabadanov to a violent KO win – and then loaded the fallen opposition onto a backboard.
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Elaine Thompson-Herah is the fastest woman alive.
Here's complete results, updated points standings and takeaways from Camping World NHRA Drag Racing.
India reached the semi-finals of the men's hockey tournament at the Olympics for the first time since 1972 thanks to a 3-1 win over Britain on Sunday to set up a showdown with Belgium at the Tokyo Games. Australia and Germany will contest the other semi-final. India, who won the last of their eight Olympic hockey gold medals at the 1980 Moscow Games, led 2-0 at halftime thanks to goals by Dilpreet Singh and Gurjant Singh.
Today co-host Savannah Guthrie's husband Michael Feldman said their two kids are "really glad to have mommy home again"
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High-jumping friends agreeing to share a gold medal rather than move to a tiebreaker. Kanoa Igarashi of Japan was disappointed when he lost to Brazilian Italo Ferreira in their sport’s Olympic debut. The Japanese-American surfer could have stewed in silence, but he instead deployed his knowledge of Portuguese, helping to translate a press conference question for Ferreira on the world stage.
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A new orange jersey available on the Browns team shop website has folks buzzing despite being unlikely to be worn on the field. Give your feedback on the jersey via the poll included in the piece.
Athlete-activist Gwen Berry is determined to have the last laugh on critics who demanded she be barred from the Olympics over her podium protest at US track and field trials.
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After unflattering pictures surfaced from OTAs, concerns about Billings' weight came up. His DL coach squashed those and lauded his amazing strength.
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Xander Schauffele almost didn't make the trip to Japan for the Olympics. But he now leaves as a gold medal winner.
TOKYO (Reuters) -A Belarusian sprinter refused to get on a flight from Tokyo on Sunday after being taken to the airport against her wishes by her team following her complaints about national coaching staff at the Olympic Games. Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, 24, sought protection from Japanese police at Haneda airport late on Sunday. Early on Monday, Japanese lawmaker Taiga Ishikawa tried to visit her at the sub-precinct at the airport but police told him she was no longer there.
An Olympic medalist admitted on live TV that she was 'sh------ herself' while swimming her relay leg
Sydney Pickrem was very candid during her TV interview after winning bronze for Team Canada in Sunday's 4×100 meter medley relay.
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Lions quarterback David Blough has some company when it comes to taking some time out from training camp to keep an eye on the results of women’s hurdles races at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Jasmine Camacho-Quinn finished first in the 100 meter hurdles semifinals on Sunday and ran the race in an Olympic record-setting [more]
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Ron Capps took the No. 1 spot in Funny Car qualifying Saturday night in the Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals at Auto Club Raceway. Capps had a 3.941-second run at 321.35 mph in a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat in the final session of the day. “Tomorrow is going to be new territory for a lot of drivers and that sort of makes it exciting,” Capps said.
'Can we have two golds?': High jumpers agree to split gold medal in stunning display of Olympic sportsmanship
Qatar's Mutaz Essa Barshim and Italian Gianmarco Tamberi decided there was no need for a jump-off. They had already proven they were both worthy of gold.
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Certainly seems very unlikely but... Austin #Bills?