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Jin Young Ko wins at Evian for 2nd major title of season

Jin Young Ko clinched her second major title of the season, firing a final round 4-under 67 in the rain Sunday to win the Evian Championship by two shots with a 15-under total of 269.

Hyo Joo Kim fires 3rd-round 65 to lead Evian major by 1 shot

Cresting a wave of South Koreans atop the Evian Championship leaderboard Saturday, Hyo Joo Kim fired a third-round 65 to move one shot clear on 15-under 198.

IOC to change process of Olympic bid races, host elections

Radical changes in how and when Olympic hosts are picked were voted in Wednesday as the International Olympic Committee looks to avoid negative headlines and angering local taxpayers following referendum losses and excessive spending on white elephant venues.

IOC strips Olympic status from troubled boxing body AIBA

The IOC stripped Olympic status from troubled boxing body AIBA on Wednesday and will now organize qualifying and final tournaments for the 2020 Tokyo Games.

Boxing body near bankrupt, facing 2020 Olympic exclusion

The International Boxing Association says it is near bankruptcy, days before a decision to formally exclude the body from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Italian bid edges Swedish rival in 2026 Olympic host study

The Italian bid to host the 2026 Winter Olympics in Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo looked stronger than the Stockholm-Are project in an IOC analysis of the candidates published Friday.

IOC wants to remove boxing body AIBA from 2020 Olympics

Dealing a blow to Olympic boxing officials after months of investigations, the International Olympic Committee has set up a vote next month on removing the sport's governing body AIBA from organizing bouts at the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo.

Embattled boxing body faces Olympic inquiry before Tokyo ruling

The embattled amateur boxing federation faces an Olympic inquiry on Monday fearing it could be punished for forcing out a longtime IOC member as its president.

Caster Semenya loses appeal against IAAF testosterone rules

Caster Semenya has lost her appeal against rules designed to decrease naturally high testosterone levels in some female runners. The complex verdict by the Court of Arbitration for Sport's three-judge panel "dismissed both requests for arbitration" from the South African Olympic champ and the governing body of track and field.

Breakdancing makes next move to Olympic status at Paris 2024

Breakdancing and three other sports have made the next move toward becoming medal events at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Champions League: Quarter-final draw pits long-time rivals Man U, Barcelona

A new generation of Manchester United players will have to get through Barcelona to win the Champions League. And Lionel Messi will still be there.

Athletes in Germany score win over Olympic restrictions to promote sponsors

In a win for athletes over Olympic restrictions, a German federal agency ruled Wednesday that "abusive" limits on games-time promotional activities should be relaxed.

Caster Semenya appeal case mixes science, sports, gender politics

Caster Semenya's running future will be decided by three judges starting next week in a landmark case that will challenge science and gender politics. The two-time Olympic 800-meter champion from South Africa is looking to overturn eligibility rules for hyperandrogenic athletes.

France's Noel holds off Austrians to win World Cup slalom

Clement Noel held off a fierce Austrian challenge in a World Cup slalom Sunday for his first career win at Wengen, Switzerland.

Marco Schwarz wins World Cup Alpine combined event

Marco Schwarz won a World Cup Alpine combined on Friday, retaining his first-leg lead in slalom with a solid downhill run for victory in an event that risks losing Olympic status. Schwarz finished 0.42 seconds ahead of Victor Muffat-Jeandet, the 2018 Olympic bronze medallist from France.