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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - The 2004 Athens Olympics
Claudia Bokel has retained her seat on the International Olympic Committee's executive board representing athletes.
Tasked with eliminating a sport from the 2020 Games, the 15-member IOC executive board voted -- via secret ballot, naturally -- to drop wrestling. Wrestling. Think about that for a moment.
The first round of the 2013 Davis Cup could feature a matchup between Roger Federer and Tomas Berdych, the man who beat him in the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open two weeks ago.
Cael Sanderson spent the past seven years teaching Jake Varner how to be a world champion — and he was there Sunday when Varner joined him as an Olympic gold medalist.
Crises in Libya, Sudan, Somalia and elsewhere prompted 800,000 people to flee their countries last year, the highest number in 11 years, the United Nations' refugee agency says.
Ryan Lochte rescued the United States from impending defeat in the 4x200-meter freestyle relay at the world championships with a gutty swim after he won the 200 backstroke.
Roger Federer was knocked out of Wimbledon in the quarterfinals by Tomas Berdych on Wednesday, stopping his bid for a record-tying seventh title at the All England Club.