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Rogers in Line for World Championship Silver as Competitor Tests Positive for Second Time

An Albanian weightlifter who became her nation’s first female World Championships gold medalist in any sport in 2014, and won gold again last December,...

Thirty-Six Russians Withdraw from Athletic Event After Surprise Visit by Drug Testers

Concerns have been raised by one of Russia's leading athletes after 36 competitors suddenly withdrew from the Siberian Indoor Championships in Irkutsk when drug...

Olympic Champion Biles Says She Was Victim of Sexual Abuse by Nassar

Four-time Olympic champion Simone Biles has became the latest American gymnast to allege she was sexually assaulted by former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry...

Nichols Says She Was First to Alert USA Gymnastics About Sexual Abuse

American gymnast Maggie Nichols claims she was the first to report sexual abuse by Larry Nassar to USA Gymnastics and has slammed the national...

Jaimie Fuller: The Good, the Bad and the Hopeful of Sport for 2018

The last 12 months were another big year in sport – unfortunately, for as much as the bad things as the good. At SKINS, we...

Unified South Korea, North Korea Hockey Team Among Winter Olympic Proposals

South Korea's Vice Sports Minister Roh Tae-kang has confirmed the country has proposed a combined ice hockey team and a joint parade at the...

North Korea Agrees to Send High-Level Delegation to Pyeongchang 2018

A "high-level" delegation is due to be sent by North Korea to next month's Winter Olympic Games in the neighboring South following a face-to-face...

Graham’s Call to Boycott Olympics Hurts Athletes

United States Senator Lindsey Graham declared that if North Korea is allowed to participate in the Winter Olympics he believes the United States will...

North Korea Accepts South Korean Proposal for Talks on Pyeongchang 2018 Participation

North Korea has accepted a proposal from South Korea to hold official talks regarding the country's participation at this year's Winter Olympic Games in...

U.S., South Korea Agree to Halt Military Drills During Pyeongchang 2018

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his United States counterpart Donald Trump have reportedly agreed to halt joint military exercises during the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter...

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