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Topic - Usain Bolt
Members of the Jamaican bobsled team appeared at a press conference on Tuesday to talk about their appearance in the Sochi Games. They have also filmed a faux-documentary with team sponsor Samsung, and a movie poster that hung behind them certainly caught some attention.
Lee Sang-hwa burst off the line with a flawless start. She built up speed with each stride on the front straightway - her arms swinging powerfully, her body low to the ice.
Everything's cool and running with Jamaica's bobsled team.
The 2014 Laureus World Sports Awards will be held in Kuala Lumpur next month, with organizers announcing the new venue less than a month after ending the contract with Rio de Janeiro.
Laureus says its World Sports Awards will not be held in Rio de Janeiro this year, another setback for Brazil as it attempts to organize the World Cup and the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016.
Usain Bolt will compete again at the Golden Spike in Ostrava on June 17.
Bolt says he wants to win gold in Rio, set another world record in the 200 meters next year, and perhaps win a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.
In the very last race of the championships Sunday, Bolt grabbed the gold-colored baton for his anchor leg of the 4x100-meter relay and churned toward the finish line, huffing and puffing to generate more speed. Not that he needed it.
Usain Bolt restored order to the world of sprinting. Reclaiming the 100-meter world championship gold he lost through a false start in South Korea two years ago, the Olympic champion again holds every major sprint title there is.
Offense is out of control.
Word came Sunday that all three had failed drug tests. "A sad day," one former track official called it — and certainly a day that punctured the myth that the oft-troubled sport has cleaned up its act.
Gay completed the 100-200 sprint double Sunday at U.S. track championships, winning the 200 meters in 19.74 seconds Sunday and holding off Isiah Young. It's the fastest time in the world this season.
Supporters of comprehensive immigration reform tell us, over and over, that the immigration system is "broken," and they're in a hurry to fix it.
Even on the unemployment line, Tim Tebow remains a popular presence.
Most people consume their music while on the go these days _ in cars, while jogging, in between smartphone calls or while working at a desk. Thousands of our favorite songs are just a playlist away.