Vonn wins super-G in Cortina; Riesch 9th POSTED: Jan 21, 5:34a ET | UPDATED: Jan 21, 5:38a ET By Associated Press Lindsey Vonn has won a World Cup super-G on the twisty and technical Olympia delle Tofane course.
Kenya, Ethiopia runners win Dubai Marathon POSTED: Jan 21, 5:25a ET | UPDATED: Jan 21, 5:25a ET By Associated Press Kenyan runner David Barmasai Tumo outran strong contenders to win the men's race at the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon. In the women's category, Ethiopia's Aselefech Mergia Medessa clocked 2:22:45s to win
Crashed skier in coma 'without complications' POSTED: Jan 21, 4:55a ET | UPDATED: Jan 21, 5:49a ET By Associated Press Austrian skier Hans Grugger has spent the night in an induced coma
"without complications" at the intensive care station of an Innsbruck
hospital after undergoing an emergency brain operation following
Thursday's downhill training crash.
Armstrong welcomes USADA probe POSTED: Jan 21, 4:19a ET | UPDATED: Jan 21, 5:15a ET By Associated Press Lance Armstrong says he will be vindicated by a U.S. Anti-Doping Agency
investigation of claims raised by a report in Sports Illustrated.
Meyer wins Stage 4 of Tour Down Under POSTED: Jan 21, 4:05a ET | UPDATED: Jan 21, 4:20a ET By Associated Press Multiple world champion Cameron Meyer of Australia seized the overall
lead in the Tour Down Under cycle race after winning Friday's fourth of
six stages in an audacious breakaway.
Diack: 'Outrageous' to tear down Olympic stadium POSTED: Jan 20, 6:27p ET | UPDATED: Jan 20, 6:27p ET By Associated Press IAAF President Lamine Diack on Thursday issued his strongest criticism yet a proposal to tear down London's Olympic Stadium after the 2012 Summer Games and replace it with a soccer venue with no running track, calling it "outrageous."
Phelps, Lochte headline US swim team for worlds POSTED: Jan 20, 6:25p ET | UPDATED: Jan 20, 6:28p ET By Associated Press Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte and Natalie Coughlin will headline the U.S. swim team at the 2011 world championships in Shanghai, the last major international meet before the 2012 London Olympics.
Spurs, West Ham Olympic arena bid may be rejected POSTED: Jan 20, 11:18a ET | UPDATED: Jan 20, 11:18a ET By Associated Press Bids from Tottenham and West Ham for London's Olympic Stadium could be rejected, and officials still may revive the original plan of retaining a 25,000-capacity arena mainly for track and field after the 2012 Games.
IOC hosts Israeli-Palestinian sports talks POSTED: Jan 20, 11:15a ET | UPDATED: Jan 20, 11:15a ET By Associated Press Israeli and Palestinian Olympic officials met Thursday to begin building closer ties and help send stronger teams to the 2012 London Games. IOC President Jacques Rogge brokered a five-hour gathering at Olympic headquarters.
The 2010 U.S. Olympic team put on a performance for the history books. When they gave out the final medals Sunday, the Americans -- for the first time since the 1932 Games in Lake Placid -- stood atop the overall medals table, with 37.