• Olympic triathlon champ Jorgensen to run 1st marathon in NYC
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    Olympic triathlon champ Jorgensen to run 1st marathon in NYC

    Olympic triathlon gold medalist Gwen Jorgensen will run her first marathon in November in New York. On Saturday, the 30-year-old Jorgensen became the first American to win the Olympic triathlon title when she crossed the finish line first in Rio de Janeiro. Jorgensen said in a news release Wednesday

  • Without Bolt, track and field starts life after Olympics
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    Without Bolt, track and field starts life after Olympics

    As Usain Bolt parties in London, around 30 Olympic medalists including nine champions have headed to Switzerland for the first major track and field meeting since the Rio de Janeiro Games. Bolt's absence lets fellow Jamaican sprint gold medalists Elaine Thompson and Omar McLeod take center stage

  • Tinder releases list of sports receiving most right swipes in Rio de Janeiro
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    Tinder releases list of sports receiving most right swipes in Rio de Janeiro

    Women’s table tennis players won more than medals in Rio. The 2014 Sochi Games earned a reputation as the “Tinder Olympics, but usage of the mobile dating application in the athletes village increased 129 percent during opening weekend in Rio de Janeiro, and that upswing was expected to continue, according

  • The Pac-12 and U.S. women win the Olympics
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    The Pac-12 and U.S. women win the Olympics

    The 2016 Rio Games have come to an end, but a four-year-long period of bragging rights is just beginning for athletes, their countries and their colleges. If the Pac-12 were a country, the conference would’ve finished 5th in the world with 55 Olympic medals won in Rio. Besting even the Pac-12 were