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Canada's De Grasse has new chance to feature in Olympics after postponement
A day ago, De Grasse wasn't sure he would be allowed to attend the Games. Canada decided to not send a team to the Olympics due to the coronavirus pandemic unless the games were delayed a year. On Tuesday, they were.
Avalanche star Nathan MacKinnon out at least 1 week with lower-body injury
The Colorado Avalanche will be without top scorer Nathan MacKinnon for at least a week after he suffered a lower body injury.
Mikko Rantanen spins through Senators to lead Avalanche to 5th straight win
Mikko Rantanen scored in the first period following a terrific twirl move, Philipp Grubauer stopped 34 shots for his second shutout of the season and the high-flying Colorado Avalanche beat the Ottawa Senators 3-0 on Tuesday night.
All-star Trevor Story reaches 2-year, $27.5M US deal with Rockies: report
All-star shortstop Trevor Story and the Colorado Rockies have agreed to a two-year contract worth $27.5 million US that avoids a salary arbitration hearing, according to a person familiar with the deal.
Mikaela Shiffrin fights fatigue in quest for 4th straight overall World Cup title
Mikaela Shiffrin has yet to win a race in 2020 and actually recently recorded a rare "did not finish" in an event.
American Tommy Ford wins giant slalom for 1st career World Cup win
Tommy Ford cruised across the finish line, glanced up at the scoreboard and immediately pumped his right glove. It was simply the start of the celebration as Ford earned his first career World Cup win.
Beat Feuz defends Birds of Prey downhill title
Beat Feuz of Switzerland won the Birds of Prey downhill race for a second straight season with a precise run through a shortened course.
Switzerland's Marco Odermatt snaps Austria's super-G dominance at Beaver Creek
Marco Odermatt went on a wild ride to finish the technical course in 1 minute, 10.90 seconds Friday to earn his first World Cup victory.
Reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes leaves Chiefs game with leg injury
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes injured his right knee injury on a sneak Thursday night against the Denver Broncos.
Spanish hurdler hails cab to track, earns bronze on appeal
This was yet another instance of every second counting for Spanish hurdler Orlando Ortega. This time, it wasn't about clearing hurdles but weaving through traffic.
U.S. heptathlete's gay pride shoes make waves in Qatar at track worlds
American heptathlete Erica Bougard says she wasn't trying to make an international political statement against Qatar's anti-LGBTQ policies. She was just wearing her favourite high jump shoes.
Sweltering heat at track and field worlds in Qatar makes good trial run for Tokyo 2020
Coaches, athletes and event organizers are getting creative to beat the heat and come out on top at track and field worlds in Qatar. They say it's good practice for Tokyo 2020.
Sprinter Noah Lyles wants to win world gold, celebrate like Usain Bolt
When U.S. sprinter Noah Lyles spends time studying Usain Bolt on video, he's not only looking at the lanky speedster's form in between the lanes, but at the dancing, rollicking post-race celebrations Bolt concocted to make his sport can't-miss viewing.
From cliff jumping with P.K. Subban to working with The Rock, Lindsey Vonn still going top speed in retirement
Lindsey Vonn's certainly dived right into retirement — off a cliff and splashing into a lake feet first. That's one of the many post-racing adventures for the all-time winningest female skier in World Cup history. Never one to sit back, she's still going at top speed since competing in her final ski race last February.
Track legend Allyson Felix competes for medals, campaigns for motherhood
About a month after her daughter's emergency delivery, sprinter Allyson Felix went through one of her toughest workouts — a 30-minute walk. It was then when she became even more determined to line up for another sort of race: Campaigning for greater maternity protection from sponsors.