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Japan's Hanyu makes history with skating gold repeat
GANGNEUNG, South Korea -- Yuzuru Hanyu was introduced as the Olympic gold medalist, skated over to the podium and jumped high onto it. With a perfect landing, naturally.
White apologizes for comment on misconduct suit
College basketball: Top 3 in AP Top 25 lose in the same week
Wallace, fast and full time, first black driver in Daytona 500 since '69
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Richard Petty rarely visits pit road after a race anymore and usually with good reason. The NASCAR Hall of Fame driver's eponymous race team has toiled for decades in mediocrity, with checkered flags all but extinct.
Motor sports: Bowman puts No. 88 on the pole at Daytona
Alex Bowman won the pole for "The Great American Race" in his debut as the driver of the No. 88 Chevrolet, piloted until last season by NASCAR rock star Dale Earnhardt Jr. Six of Earnhardt's 17 career victories at Daytona International Speedway came in that car, including one of his Daytona 500 victories.
Dirk scores 22 as Mavs spoil Thomas' debut with Lakers
DALLAS -- Dirk Nowitzki scored a season-high 22 points, Harrison Barnes had 21 and the last-place Mavericks spoiled Isaiah Thomas' strong debut with the Lakers, beating Los Angeles 130-123 on Saturday night.
Benn shines as Stars roll
Largest crowd sees Fowler take lead with three straight birdies to finish
With extraordinary political optics, Olympics begin
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea -- In an extraordinary show of unexpected unity, North and South Korea sat side by side Friday night under exploding fireworks that represented peace, not destruction, as the 2018 Winter Olympics opened on a Korean Peninsula riven by generations of anger, suspicion and bloodshed.
Foles, Eagles outshoot Patriots for 1st Super Bowl, 41-33
MINNEAPOLIS — As their delirious fans sang their theme song and their owner lifted the Lombardi Trophy, the Philadelphia Eagles' finally could breathe freely.
Coleman, Horns upset Young, Sooners
Patriots thrive with late-game playoff rallies
Brady wins MVP, Rams get 3 awards, Allen comeback player
The awards were announced Saturday night at NFL Honors, when Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt received the league's Walter Payton Award as man of the year. Watt, in his seventh NFL season and a three-time Defensive Player of the Year, had the goal of raising $200,000 for Hurricane Harvey relief in Houston. His fundraising did a whole lot more, bringing in an incredible $37 million in 19 days.