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How Legendary Basketball Coach Pat Summitt Changed Women's College Sports

How Legendary Basketball Coach Pat Summitt Changed Women's College Sports

Originally posted 06/28/2016 09:00PM

Pat Summitt, the winningest coach in college basketball history, has died at age 64.

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Filed Under: Death, Sports
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5 Things to Know About Olympic Diver Kassidy Cook, Who Overcame Life-Altering Surgery to Make 2016 National Team

5 Things to Know About Olympic Diver Kassidy Cook, Who Overcame Life-Altering Surgery to Make 2016 National Team

Originally posted 06/28/2016 08:10PM

Team USA diver Kassidy Cook is making the comeback of a lifetime.

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Transgender Duathlete Chris Mosier Poses Nude for ESPN's Body Issue

Originally posted 06/28/2016 04:05PM

Chris Mosier made history in 2015 when he earned a spot on the Team USA sprint duathlon men's team for the 2016 World Championship – becoming the first out transgender athlete to qualify for a U.S. national team.

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Filed Under: ESPN, Sports, Bodywatch
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Rio's Acting Governor Cautions the Olympics Could Be a 'Big Failure'

Summer Olympics 2016

Rio's Acting Governor Cautions the Olympics Could Be a 'Big Failure'

Originally posted 06/28/2016 03:00PM

It's the most prestigious sporting competition in the world, but a leading politician in Rio de Janeiro warns the elite worldwide event taking place in the city later this summer could be nothing short of a disaster.

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Caitlyn Jenner's 1976 Olympic Gold: Inside Legendary Decathlon Win – and What Came Next

Originally posted 06/28/2016 01:05PM

Caitlyn Jenner has become a fixture on reality television – first, as a member of one of America's most famous families, and, later, as a transwoman, openly sharing her journey with millions.

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UpdatePosted 06/28/2016 08:05AM

Pat Summitt Dead at 64: Legendary Women's Basketball Coach Battled Alzheimer's

Originally posted 06/28/2016 06:30AM

Legendary University of Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt, 64, died early Tuesday, surrounded by her family and a handful of her former players – who flew in from around the nation – after a five-year battle with Alzheimer's disease, her son has said.

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Filed Under: Death, Sports

How Gymnast Simone Biles Overcame Being Given up by Her Mother to Become an Olympic Gold Hopeful

Originally posted 06/27/2016 04:30PM

Three-time U.S. all-around gymnastics champion Simone Biles easily took her fourth national title on Sunday – and for gymnastics fans, her sweeping victory came as no surprise.

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Johnny Manziel's Dad on 'Druggie' Son: 'I Hate to Say It, But I Hope He Goes to Jail'

Johnny Manziel's Dad on 'Druggie' Son: 'I Hate to Say It, But I Hope He Goes to Jail'

Originally posted 06/25/2016 02:10PM

Johnny Manziel's father says he just wants his son to get the help he needs.

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Filed Under: Sports, Johnny Manziel
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LeBron James Opts to Skip Rio Olympics: 'I Could Use the Rest'

Summer Olympics 2016

LeBron James Opts to Skip Rio Olympics: 'I Could Use the Rest'

Originally posted 06/24/2016 03:50PM

King James will not be going for gold this summer.

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Michael Phelps Looks Back on Past Struggles: 'I Thought the World Would Just Be Better Off Without Me'

Michael Phelps Looks Back on Past Struggles: 'I Thought the World Would Just Be Better Off Without Me'

Originally posted 06/23/2016 03:30PM

It's been nearly two years since 22-time Olympic medalist Michael Phelps finished a 45-day stint in rehab following his second DUI arrest.

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