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(Left) United States' Becca Hamilton releases the stone during a match against Switzerland in the Women's World Curling Championship in Beijing on March 23, 2017. (Right) Becca's brother, Matt Hamilton, delivers a stone during the bronze medal game USA vs Japan at the World Men's Curling Championships on April 10, 2016. Mark Schiefelbein/AP; Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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It's In Their Blood: Siblings Eye 1st Mixed Curling Gold At Winter Olympics

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A sign points down the road to the Karolyi Ranch near Hunstville, Texas, in 2015. Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday he has ordered a criminal investigation into claims that former doctor Larry Nassar abused athletes at the facility, which served as the training site for the U.S. women's national gymnastics team. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Indians To Remove Controversial Logo From Team Uniforms

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Students, Alumni Watch As Michigan State Tries To Restore Its Reputation

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The Cleveland Indians have agreed to remove the Chief Wahoo logo, which for decades has been publicly protested as racist and offensive. "[T]he logo is no longer appropriate for on-field use in Major League Baseball," said Commissioner Rob Manfred. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Russia's Paralympic athletes who compete in South Korea will do so under a neutral flag, part of the team's punishment for doping infractions. Here, Russian athletes are seen in the closing ceremony of the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, where the Russian team dominated. Alexander Demianchuk/Reuters hide caption

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Sports Arbitration Court Considers Banned Russians' Doping Cases

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American With Korean Heritage Will Play On Korea's Women Hockey Team At Olympics

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How Larry Nassar's Abuse Went On For So Long

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Nassar's Exploitation Of The Climate Of Fear At A USA Gymnastics Training Site

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Michigan Attorney General announced on Saturday his office is launching an investigation into Michigan State University's handling of the sex abuse scandal. Disgraced sports doctor Larry Nassar is seen here as a victim gives her impact statement during his sentencing hearing on Jan. 24 in Lansing, Mich. Carlos Osorio/AP hide caption

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Saturday Sports: Fallout Continues Over Gymnastics Sex Abuse

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Meet The Olympic 'Team Mom'

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Eight-year-old Adele at Silver Stars in Maryland. "Gymnastics is her life," her mother Lowrey Redmond says. Courtesy of Lowrey Redmond hide caption

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'It's Up To All Of Us': Parents Of Young Gymnasts Respond To Nassar Abuse Scandal

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Daily drills and intense practices are part of young D.C.-area speedskaters' training. Tyrone Turner/WAMU hide caption

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A Short Track To The Olympics For Washington, D.C.-Area Speedskaters

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