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Bobsled pilot and two-time Olympic medal recipient, Elana Meyers Taylor, and US National team member Lolo Jones, left, push off the start during a training run in Lake Placid. John Tully for NPR hide caption

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A Kind Of Chaos: The Science And Sport Of Bobsledding

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Bruce Brown, seen in 1963, attempts to balance a mounted camera on his board while catching a wave. The man behind the seminal 1966 surfing documentary The Endless Summer died Sunday at his home in Santa Barbara, Calif., at the age of 80. Bob Bagley/Bruce Brown Films via AP hide caption

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2-Year-Old Twins Are Big Philadelphia Eagles Fans

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Japan's Babe Ruth Is The Latest Japanese Player To Sign With MLB Team

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Writer Will Leitch Defends His Position That The NFL Is Ending

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Russian short track athletes, first row, and ice hockey players wearing sweatshirts with the words "Russia is in my heart" attend a Russian Olympic Committee meeting Tuesday. The Russian committee said it will support athletes who compete at the 2018 Winter Games despite a ban on the national team. Ivan Sekretarev/AP hide caption

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Barbershop: Russia Olympic Ban, NFL Hitting And More

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Saturday Sports: Larry Nassar, Winter Olympics

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U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo during the quarterfinal match against Sweden at the 2016 Rio Olympics, the last match in which she played. Solo announced Thursday she is running for the U.S. Soccer presidency. Evaristo Sa/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced on Thursday for possession of child pornography. He is pictured here in court in Lansing, Mich., last month. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With the Russian Olympic Committee suspended by the games' governing body, Russian athletes must compete under a neutral flag if they want to participate in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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Russia Won't Boycott Olympics Over Ban For Doping, Putin Says

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CEO Of U.S. Anti-Doping Agency On Suspension Of Russia In 2018 Winter Olympics

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