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Rutherford named in GB indoor squad 21.2.2018 SkySports | News
Greg Rutherford will target the one global title he has yet to win after he was included in Britain's team for the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham.
'You feel like you need to protect Elise' 21.2.2018 BBC Sport - Sport
After speed skater Elise Christie crashed out of the Winter Olympics, those closest to her relive the emotions they went through.
The unnerving heartbeat of Pyeongchang 21.2.2018 www.espn.com - OLY
When friends, family and fans wait for athletes' results in the spectator area, the tension is punctuated by the 'boom boom' of a heartbeat -- but it's not theirs.
Winter Olympics: Why Elise Christie tugs at nation's heartstrings 21.2.2018 BBC Sport - Winter Sports
After speed skater Elise Christie crashed out of the Winter Olympics, those closest to her relive the emotions they went through.
Chiefs’ Laurent Duvernay-Tardif should definitely put ‘M.D.’ on his jersey after he graduates from med school 21.2.2018 SBNation.com - All Posts
Chiefs’ Laurent Duvernay-Tardif should definitely put ‘M.D.’ on his jersey after he graduates from med school
Viva Las Vegas, curling is ready to rock the Strip 21.2.2018 Reuters: Sports News
GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - They say what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas but when the world's best curlers sweep into Sin City in April the sport's officials want the world to know.
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Winter Olympics 2018: Korea hockey team's emotional goodbye 21.2.2018 BBC Sport - Winter Sports
After exiting the men's hockey competition following a 5-2 defeat to Finland hosts Korea say an emotional goodbye to their fans, leaving coach Jim Paek in tears.
Winter Olympics: Christie's heartache, halfpipe heroes & France's GOAT 21.2.2018 BBC Sport - Winter Sports
Watch the best of the action from day 11 at Pyeongchang 2018, as Elise Christie's nightmare Winter Olympics came to a close.
US athletics president put on leave amid investigation 21.2.2018 BBC Sport - Athletics
The United States Athletics Federation puts its president on "temporary administrative leave" amid an investigation into bids for athletics events.
US athletics president put on leave 21.2.2018 BBC Sport - Sport
The United States Athletics Federation puts its president on "temporary administrative leave" amid an investigation into bids for athletics events.
Tuesday recap: Canada's historic ice dance pair keeps sizzling 21.2.2018 www.espn.com - OLY
Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir made ice dance history and kept the internet riveted, heartbreak still follows British speedskater Elise Christie, and Team USA made the men's hockey quarters. All that and more from Day 11 in Pyeongchang.
Can college kids lift U.S. men into medal round? 21.2.2018 www.espn.com - TOP
Team USA is finally getting some offense, just in time for another must-win game. The U.S. needs collegians like Ryan Donato to come up big again against the Czech Republic in the quarterfinals.
Six Nations 2018: Olivier Magne says French rugby crisis could last a long time 21.2.2018 Sporting News RSS

Olivier Magne says French rugby must establish an identity if the national team is to have any chance of challenging for honors.

Six Nations 2018: Biggar, Halfpenny and Williams return to Wales' starting XV 21.2.2018 Sporting News RSS

Warren Gatland takes charge of Wales for the 100th time and hands recalls to fit-again trio Dan Biggar, Leigh Halfpenny and Liam Williams.

Srikanth wants 21-point format to stay 20.2.2018 sportstar
Badminton World Federation (BWF) has proposed a new scoring system in which five games of 11 points may replace the current 21-point format.
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Jarome Iginla practises with Bruins’ AHL team: ‘I’d love to still play’ 20.2.2018 Sportsnet.ca

Jarome Iginla was skating with Boston’s AHL team in Providence on Tuesday and said he’d still like to get back into the NHL.

Q&A: Canada’s Gabrielle Daleman on Olympics, confidence and bullying 20.2.2018 Sportsnet.ca

In the leadup to the Olympics, Canadian figure skater Gabrielle Daleman sat down with Sportsnet to discuss her programs, her skating and why she decided to speak out about bullying.

The Gold Standard, Day 11: Is this Olympian a cheater? 20.2.2018 Sportsnet.ca

Day 11 of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games featured an uninspiring half-pipe effort and bullying accusations.

Olympics Today: Team Homan attempts to stay alive 20.2.2018 Sportsnet.ca

During each day of the Games, Olympics Today will keep you up to date on the biggest news and happenings, on and off the field of play.

Olympics stir memories for Canadian Korean War veterans 20.2.2018 Sportsnet.ca

For Romeo Daley and a host of other Canadian veterans, the Pyeongchang Winter Games are a reminder of what was accomplished during the Korean War. But also what was lost.

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