- SKorean president calls for NKorean Olympic participation
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea President Moon Jae-in said Saturday he hopes to see North Korean athletes at next year's Winter Olympics in South Korea to ease tensions over the North's nuclear program.
- Justin Gatlin holds off youngsters to win 100 at nationals
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Justin Gatlin showed the youngsters that age is just a number. As in, get down the track quick and post a good one.
- Over 100 people feared buried by southwest China landslide
BEIJING (AP) — Around 100 people are feared buried by a landslide that unleashed huge rocks and a mass of earth that crashed into their homes in southwestern China early Saturday, a county government said.
- Son of a famous drummer, Van Halen makes own name in track
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — His favorite song is "Hot for Teacher." His go-to selection on karaoke nights happens to be "Panama ."
- Olympic spectacle upstages menswear Fashion Week in Paris
PARIS (AP) — It's rare that an event can upstage a top Paris Fashion Week show taking place in the French capital's ornate Grand Palais.
- Boxer Jermain Taylor fails to appear at court hearing
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — An Arkansas judge has ruled against world champion boxer Jermain Taylor after the former Olympian didn't appear at a court hearing regarding a 2014 shooting involving his cousin.
- British woman seriously injured in Paris tour bus accident
PARIS (AP) — A British woman was seriously injured when a double-decker tour bus that took a detour due to a major display of sporting events got stuck inside a tunnel under a Paris bridge Friday, firefighters, police and the bus company said.
- Madrid hosts_ and debates_ global gay pride
MADRID (AP) — Madrid is gearing up to be the world capital of gay pride, a colorful mixture of commercialism and all-night partying that has brought vindication for sexual and gender diversity and created fissures among LGBT activists.
- Paris shows off in race against Los Angeles for 2024 Games
PARIS (AP) â High-divers plunged into the River Seine, trampoline athletes somersaulted inside the Petit Palais art museum and runners raced on a floating track as Paris turned some of its world-famous landmarks over to sports on Friday in hopes of wowing the International Olympic Committee.
- Sochi club withdraws from league in blow to World Cup plans
SOCHI, Russia (AP) — The Russian city of Sochi's only professional soccer club says it is withdrawing from the league, in a move which calls World Cup legacy plans into question.
- Ice Cube has big expectations for his Big3 3-on-3 league
NEW YORK (AP) — Ice Cube is not planning an old timer's tour. He isn't interested in All-Star Game intensity.
- Outspoken US swimmer Lilly King refuses to stay in her lane
Lilly King has always been one to speak her mind.
- Splash! Timberwolves get All-Star Jimmy Butler from Bulls
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Ever since Tom Thibodeau took over in Minnesota last summer, a reunion with Chicago Bulls All-Star Jimmy Butler seemed destined to happen.
- Coyotes, Tippett mutually agree to part ways
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Dave Tippett stuck with the Arizona Coyotes through four seasons of playing without an owner, five years of losing since the franchise's greatest success in the desert and the start of a rebuilding process.
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