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The Latest: Olympic swimmer pens essay describing abuse

Feb 9, 2018

An Olympic swimmer who accused her coach of sexually abusing her as a minor says he controlled and manipulated her from a young age

FIFA urged to scrap Chechnya as World Cup base for Egypt

Feb 9, 2018

Egypt will be based at the World Cup in Chechnya with FIFA approving the facility despite the Russian region's leadership being criticized for widespread human rights violations and a crackdown on dissent

Danish prince leaves Olympics as father's condition worsens

Feb 9, 2018

Denmark's royal palace says Crown Prince Frederik has left the Winter Olympics in South Korea to rush home because the condition of his father _ Queen Margrethe's French-born husband Prince Henrik _ has "seriously worsened."

The Latest: Spotlight on united Koreas in ceremony, on ice

Feb 9, 2018

A united Korea stole the show at the opening ceremony, and a united Korean hockey team will be in the spotlight on Saturday at the Pyeongchang Olympics

Ex-Pakistan batsman Jamshed faces corruption charges

Feb 9, 2018

Former test batsman Nasir Jamshed has been charged with violating five anti-corruption rules by the Pakistan Cricket Board

Appeals by 45 Russian athletes against Olympic bans rejected

Feb 9, 2018

Russia's desperate attempt to get 45 banned athletes into the Pyeongchang Olympics failed just hours before the opening ceremony

Column: Russian ruling only a brief respite in war on doping

Feb 9, 2018

Column: Hold off on the celebration: Russia will still be a major player at the Pyeongchang Olympics, despite a ruling that keeps 45 athletes and two coaches from taking part after doping scandal

Russia throws flamboyant Olympic party despite scandals

Feb 9, 2018

With flags, patriotic tunes and a troupe of cheerleaders, Russia wants to throw the biggest party at the Pyeongchang Olympics

Olympic swimmer's sex abuse allegations mark latest scandal

Feb 9, 2018

A world champion swimmer's allegations that a U.S. Olympic coach sexually abused her as a minor marks the latest scandal for the U.S. governing body for swimming

Excluded Russians to learn if they can compete in Olympics

Feb 9, 2018

The highly politicized Pyeongchang Olympics are officially opening, but not without some last-minute drama as the Court of Arbitration for Sport is set to announce whether 45 excluded Russian athletes can compete


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