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A Champions League win against Chelsea and World Cup glory won't reverse Italian soccer's flagging fortunes.
First match against England is 3 months away, but players must heal broken bones and tendons.
Vancouver hopes the games will have helped transform the picturesque Canadian city into an international investment center.
Legend on the rink, 38-year-old Jaromir Jagr, might not be able to skate like he used to — but he just may be able to take his team to the top.
The 1,000-meter race this Saturday night promises to have all the highs and lows of an epic blood rivalry.
Folks inside and outside Vancouver’s Olympic organization are monitoring the carbon footprint of the Games.
Already royalty at home, South Korea's most popular athlete is expected to skate to glory at the Olympic Games.
Lindsey Jacobellis hopes to eclipse her massive error in judgment at the Turin games back in 2006.
In Turin, US skiier Vonn took a spill and settled for a consolation prize. This time the "Vonntourage" goes for gold.
Evgeni Plushenko rises from retirement to maintain Russia's reputation at the top of men's skating.
It might sound like small potatoes, but the dispute over grooved clubs has tarnished the gentlemen's sport.
To even make the team, Egyptians soccer players must pass religious litmus test. FIFA doesn't seem to mind.
In response, 22-year-old Shahar Peer insists politics have nothing to do with her match on the court.
Separatist attack on Togo team prompts questions about World Cup in South Africa.
Unlike other countries, where clubs and junior leagues precede the pros, American colleges serve as feeders — and unholy ones at that.
And one New Year's wish: that the glories of sport trump the inglorious in the coming year.
Golf will be back in the Olympics in 2016. But whether Woods will be there to show for it — and on whose team — remains an open question.
South Africa was more than a little unlucky, but for the US there is hope where there was once despair.
On the sinking integrity of soccer's international governing body and why the World Cup will be regarded with suspicion.
The backdrop of South Africa promises to be colorful, but the footwork on the field may leave a bit to be desired.