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Don't call it a comeback: Shaun White's been here before

He's been through a lot since winning his second straight Olympic gold medal eight years ago, but American snowboard icon Shaun White is stoked at the chance to reclaim his throne in Pyeongchang.

Lindsey Vonn wants to be the GOAT

It's a title reserved for the best to ever play their sports. If Lindsey Vonn can win 10 more World Cup races, starting this week at Lake Louise, she'll be able to stake her claim as alpine skiing's Greatest Of All Time.

5 differences between indoor and outdoor track and field

There are more than a few differences between indoor and outdoor track and field events at the world level. Here are five to make you an instant expert.

Rio's dirty water 'a major concern' for Canada's sailors

Canada's top sailors are having to take unusual measures to avoid getting sick from contaminated water at a pre-Olympic test event in Rio de Janeiro.
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Brian McKeever going for triple gold in Sochi in men's 10K

Brian McKeever, the cross-country skier, will make history if he can win the men's 10-kilometre race at the Sochi Paralympics on Sunday, the last day of the 2014 Games.
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USA beats Russia 1-0 to win sledge hockey gold in Sochi

The United States eked out a win Saturday against Russia in the gold medal sledge hockey game at the Sochi Paralympics, disappointing the thousands of Russian fans who turned out to watch.
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USA blanks Canada 3-0 in sledge hockey semifinals in Sochi

The United States beat Canada 3-0 in a surprising victory Thursday to advance to the sledge hockey final against Russia at the Sochi Paralympics.
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Chris Williamson wins bronze in slalom at Paralympics

Canadian skier Chris Williamson has won bronze in the men's visually impaired slalom event, sticking it out in the second run despite tricky snow conditions that outdid teammate Mac Marcoux.

Canada beats Czech Republic in sledge hockey thriller

Team Canada beat the Czech Republic 1-0 Tuesday in the last game of the preliminary round of the sledge hockey tournament at the Sochi Paralympics, leaving it undefeated heading into the playoffs.

Canada beats Czech Republic 1-0 in Paralympics thriller

Team Canada beat the Czech Republic 1-0 in the last game of the preliminary rounds of the sledge hockey tournament at the Sochi Paralympics, leaving it undefeated heading into the playoffs.

Canadian Trail: Chris Williamson adds 1 more bronze

Canada's veteran alpine skier Chris Williamson picks up a bronze medal at the Sochi Paralympics on Thursday, while the sledge hockey suffers a stunning loss to the United States.

Border stories: A Quebec/Vermont community divided by 9/11

Stanstead, Que., lies directly across the Canada/U.S. border from Derby Line, Vt. For generations, the communities were like one, big, open space. Now reminders of the border are everywhere, and life has changed.
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With royal wedding over, Londoners start a marathon party

Royal wedding celebrations began in earnest after the ceremony at Westminster Abbey on Friday — and not just at Buckingham Palace. Andrea Lee-Greenberg files the final entry in a five-day series of "postcards" from London.
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Postcards from London: Camping out

Dozens of eager royal watchers have set up camp outside Westminster Abbey, determined to have the best view of Friday's big event. Andrea Lee-Greenberg files on the fourth of a five-day series entitled 'Postcards from London.'
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Royal wedding fever is mild in Southall, London's Little India

Royal wedding fever isn't obvious in Southall, a large Indian community near London — and the home town of Kate's mother. Andrea Lee-Greenberg files the third story in a five-day series called 'Postcards from London.'