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  • Slopestyle: Americans Goepper, Kenworthy qualify for Pyeongchang

    MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN, California (Reuters) - U.S. men's slopestyle skiers Nick Goepper and Gus Kenworthy will both be returning to the Olympics next month after qualifying for the team during competitions on Sunday in Mammoth Mountain.

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  • Blood, goals for Ronaldo as Madrid scores 7 to end poor run

    Despite watching Cristiano Ronaldo go off covered in blood, Real Madrid fans got to celebrate at home again with the team's biggest win of the season in the Spanish league. Ronaldo, who left the game late with a cut to his face, scored twice as Madrid routed Deportivo La Coruna 7-1 Sunday, ending a three-match winless streak at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and easing the pressure on coach Zinedine Zidane and his players. "The players needed a game like this, a...

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  • Slopestyle: Americans Goepper, Kenworthy qualify for Pyeongchang

    MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN, California (Reuters) - U.S. men's slopestyle skiers Nick Goepper and Gus Kenworthy will both be returning to the Olympics next month after qualifying for the team during competitions on Sunday in Mammoth Mountain.

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  • Olympics-Slopestyle-Americans Goepper, Kenworthy qualify for...

    By Rory CarrollMAMMOTH MOUNTAIN, California, Jan 21 (Reuters) - U.S. men's slopestyle skiers Nick Goepper and Gus Kenworthy will both be returning to the...

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  • US hockey GM Jim Johannson dies at Colorado Springs home

    Longtime USA Hockey executive and U.S. Olympic men's hockey general manager Jim Johannson died unexpectedly Sunday at age 53, shocking the sport less than three weeks before the start of the Pyeongchang Games. Johannson died in his sleep at his home in Colorado Springs, according to USA Hockey. His death came in the midst of the most high-profile role in his career: putting together the U.S. men's Olympic hockey team without NHL players going to South Korea, a position he...

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  • Ski lift: North Korea may capitalize on joint Olympics training visit

    SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's offer to send athletes to a North Korean ski resort for joint training ahead of next month's Olympics risks giving leader Kim Jong Un's regime legitimacy and some much needed cash, North Korean defectors and experts say.

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