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Jade Carey, an American gymnast competing as an individual, qualifies for Olympic floor exercise, vault finals
Jade Carey, who's competing as an individual and not a member of Team USA, qualified for two Olympic gymnastics event finals Sunday.      
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China's Li Fabin employs one-legged stance to win weightlifting gold
Li Fabin's 1-legged lift helps China to a perfect record in Olympic weightlifting: Three gold medals in three events in men's and women's competition.      
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Team USA wins 10 medals on Day 2 of Tokyo Olympics, but the specter of COVID-19 looms
While it took about 48 minutes for Team USA's fortunes at the Tokyo Games to change, the specter of COVID-19 makes these Olympics very strange.       
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Winners and losers from the 2021 NHL draft weekend
NHL teams drafted for the future and also made some major trades. Who are the winners and losers from the weekend?       
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Opinion: Katie Ledecky, Australian rival set the stage for 400 free showdown in Tokyo
Swimmer Katie Ledecky will take on Australian rival Ariarne Titmus in the 400 free, making it one of the most anticipated races at the Tokyo Olympics.      
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US men's basketball team falls to France for first Olympics loss since 2004
Struggling entering the Olympics, the U.S. men's basketball team lost its Tokyo opener to France 83-76. The Americans play Iran next.      
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Anastasija Zolotic becomes first American woman to win Olympic gold in taekwondo
Anastasija Zolotic is now the first American woman to win Olympic gold in taekwondo after beating Russia's Tatiana Minina.      
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Nightengale's Notebook: MLB's worst team – the Arizona Diamondbacks – open for trade deadline business
Arizona has the worst record in baseball and is expected to offload a number of players ahead of the MLB trade deadline.      
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Oksana Chusovitina gets standing ovation as she says goodbye after eight Olympics
Gymnast Oksana Chusovitina has been competing for so long that she represented the Soviet Union at her first world championships, in 1991      
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US fencer Lee Kiefer makes history, winning gold in women's individual foil
Fencer Lee Kiefer became the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in individual foil Sunday at the Tokyo Olympics.      
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Opinion: Disappointing qualifying had better be wake-up call for Simone Biles and Co.
The US women's gymnastics team was a heavy favorite entering the Tokyo Olympics, but they'll need to improve to beat Russia in Tuesday's final.      
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A Summer Olympics without Bob Costas is OK with the legendary broadcaster
The Tokyo Olympics are the first without Bob Costas as NBC's prime-time host since 1988, but the broadcaster is still quite busy.      
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Tropical storm Nepartak could emerge as biggest name at Olympics on Tuesday
Tropical storm Nepartak could impact competition at the Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday, washing out some events but bringing big waves to surfing.      
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Nursing moms face difficult decision when coming to Tokyo Olympics to compete
Olympians who are nursing moms have expressed frustration with Tokyo organizers over rules they say make it too restrictive to care of their kids.      
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2021 U.S. Open champion Jon Rahm out of Olympics after testing positive for COVID-19
Spanish golfer Jon Rahm, the 2021 U.S. Open champion, will not participate in the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for COVID-19.       
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Will Shaner of U.S. sets Olympic record winning gold in 10-meter air rifle competition
Will Shaner held off Chinese shooters Haoran Yang and Lihao Sheng and set an Olympic record to secure a gold medal in the men's 10m air rifle.       
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Team USA's Jagger Eaton wins bronze in first Olympic skateboarding event
The U.S. had been expected to win an Olympic medal in the men's street event in skateboarding — but few expected that American to be Jagger Eaton.      
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Bryson DeChambeau tests positive for COVID-19, will be replaced in Olympics by Patrick Reed
Bryson DeChambeau is out of the Olympics after testing positive for COVID-19 prior to traveling to Tokyo, USA Golf announced.      
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Tokyo Olympics live updates: Team USA earns first medals on Day 2 of Summer Games
The first swimming medals of the Tokyo Olympics have gone to Americans Chase Kalisz, who won the men's 400-meter individual medley, and Jay Litherland, who finished second.      
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Team USA wins its first medals of the Tokyo Olympics: Swimmer Chase Kalisz takes gold in 400 IM
After Team USA was shut out of medals at the Tokyo Olympics on Day 1, swimmer Chase Kalisz broke through for a gold medal in the men's 400 IM.      
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Tokyo Olympics live updates: Team USA earns first medal on Day 2 of Summer Games
The first swimming gold of the Tokyo Olympics has gone to American Chase Kalisz, who won the men's 400-meter individual medley.      
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Chasing Gold: The race for Team USA's first gold at Tokyo Olympics heats up
Team USA was kept off the podium on opening day for the first time since 1972, but Team USA could make up for it with big wins on Saturday night.      
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Tokyo Olympics schedule: Men's basketball tips off; skateboarding, swim finals on Day 2
Team USA men's basketball had a rough time leading up to the Olympic. They headline Sunday's biggest events.       
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Tokyo Olympics schedule: Gymnastics men's team final, softball medal game, more on Day 2
There will be 28 sports in competition Monday at the Tokyo Olympics, including the men's gymnastics team finals.      
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Opinion: After gruesome injury in Rio, French gymnast Samir Ait Said shows the power of the Olympics
French gymnast Samir Ait Said, who broke his leg at Rio Games, will compete for medal in still rings. His story shows why Olympics remain so powerful.       
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Age is just a number: The oldest, youngest athletes at the Tokyo Olympics
The Tokyo Olympics are no exception to the saying that age is just a number, as competitors from their pre-teens years to their 40s are in action.      
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Opinion: French gymnast Samir Ait Said's resilience a reminder of the power of the Olympics
French gymnast Samir Ait Said, who broke his leg at Rio Games, will compete for medal in still rings. His story shows why Olympics remain so powerful.      
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Olympics open with a thud for Team USA, bright spots ahead with skateboarding and surfing
U.S. athletes failed to medal on opening day for first time since 1972 Games. On Sunday we'll see Simone Biles compete in Tokyo for the first time.      
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Triumph and defeat: Defining images from Tokyo Olympics
After years of training, emotions run high for athletes in Tokyo.      
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US women's national soccer team dominates New Zealand
The U.S. women's national soccer team beat New Zealand 6-1.      
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