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  • Lloyd's late goal gives United States 1-0 win over Mexico

    Carli Lloyd sent the U.S. women into the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying semifinals. Lloyd scored off a rebound on her penalty kick to give the United States a 1-0 victory over Mexico on Saturday. The shot went to the middle of the net and was blocked by goalkeeper Cecilia Santiago.

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  • Hampton makes lacrosse history in loss to Roberts Wesleyan

    HAMPTON, Va. (AP) -- Hampton became the first historically black university to field an NCAA Division I lacrosse team on Saturday, losing 20-3 to Roberts Wesleyan.

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  • Youth Olympics a first for Brazil's curlers

    The Olympics often produce surprises and at the second Winter Youth Games in Lillehammer, one name that stands out in the curling competition is Brazil. In charge of the team is Marcelo Mello, one of the members of the first adult Brazilian curling team that took on the US in 2009.

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  • Costa Rica women rout Puerto Rico 9-0 in Olympic qualifying

    FRISCO, Texas (AP) -- Raquel Rodriguez Cedeno and Karla Villalobos each scored three goals and Costa Rica defeated Puerto Rico 9-0 in a group stage match Saturday at the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament.

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  • High school programs help grow hockey in South Florida

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  • Leader Prevc soars to ski jump win in Vikersund

    VIKERSUND, Norway (AP) -- The leader of the ski jumping World Cup, Peter Prevc, soared to another victory in Vikersund on Saturday.

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  • Bohonnon, Gridneva win aerials World Cup

    MOSCOW (AP) -- American Mac Bohonnon and Alina Gridneva of Russia won the men's and women's rounds of the aerials World Cup in Moscow on Saturday.

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  • Schneiderheinze wins world championship gold in 2-woman bob

    Anja Schneiderheinze of Germany won gold in the two-woman bobsled competition at the world championships Saturday, a week after retaining her European title. In the final two heats, Schneiderheinze and brakewoman Annika Drazek extended their lead from Friday's opening two runs to beat Olympic…

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  • Unstoppable Kramer wins world 5,000m title

    Dutch skater Sven Kramer won the 5,000 meters for the seventh time at the world championships on Saturday, narrowly beating compatriot Jorrit Bergsma. Kramer, who is also the Olympic champion in the 5,000, took the gold medal in 6 minutes, 10.31 seconds, beating Bergsma by 0.35 seconds. It is…

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  • Felix Loch wins 7th straight World Cup for 5th overall title

    Two-time Olympic champion Felix Loch claimed his fifth overall luge title with his seventh consecutive World Cup win on Saturday. Roman Repilov of Russia was 0.329 behind in second, with Chris Mazdzer of the United States third, 0.346 behind. As the race doubled for the European Championships, it…

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  • Russia finish 1-2 in cross-country World Cup race in Falun

    Maxim Vylegzhanin and Alexander Bessmertnykh of Russia put a small dent in Norway's domination of cross-country skiing by finishing 1-2 in the men's 10-kilometer World Cup race in Falun on Saturday. Maurice Manificat of France came in third followed by the first Norwegian, Emil Iversen, who…

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  • Shiffrin's comeback could be in jeopardy due to heavy snow

    CRANS-MONTANA, Switzerland (AP) -- Mikaela Shiffrin's comeback race could be in jeopardy. The Olympic and world champion was set to return from injury in Monday's World Cup slalom in Crans-Montana, Switzerland. ''It will be very difficult, given that the snow is meant to continue falling,'' said…

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  • Crans-Montana women's downhill postponed

    Crans-Montana (Switzerland) (AFP) - The women's World Cup downhill at Crans-Montana has been pushed back from Saturday until Sunday because of heavy snow in the Swiss Alps, organisers confirmed.

  • Pinturault wins men's World Cup giant slalom in Japan

    Alexis Pinturault led a 1-2 finish for France in the men's World Cup giant slalom on Saturday. Pinturault, who was second after the first run, used a blistering second run of 1 minute, 17.78 seconds to finish 0.51 ahead of compatriot Mathieu Faivre. Massimiliano Blardone of Italy was third, 0.67…

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  • Schwartz scores a goal in his first NHL game since October

    Schwartz postgame after Blues' 5-3 win over Florida...

  • US sailors Scutt, Henken qualify for Rio Games in 49erFX

    The Rio de Janeiro Olympics will be the first for both Henken, 20, and Scutt, 23, who won bronze at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto. Henken and Scutt qualified based on their performance at two major events, the Sailing World Cup Miami in January and the 49erFX World Championship this week…

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  • Yahoo DFS Hockey: Saturday Picks

    With four goals and eight assists in six games since returning from a shoulder injury, there are few players producing better than Connor McDavid right now.
  • Athletes concerned about Zika before Rio Olympic test event

    International athletes set to compete in an Olympic diving test event in Rio de Janeiro next week have asked about risks linked to the Zika virus, but have not canceled participation because of the outbreak, one of the organizers said on Friday. "They are concerned and are being given advice on…

  • Austrian team doctor dies day after collapsing at ski venue

    A team doctor of the Austrian ski federation died in a hospital in Sion on Friday, one day after he collapsed before a women's World Cup downhill training in Crans-Montana. The Austrian ski federation said Michael Sachs passed away after being treated on the intensive care unit following the…

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