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Katie Uhlaender, skeleton World champion, becomes track cyclist

Katie Uhlaender, a three-time Winter Olympian and 2012 World champion in skeleton, plans to compete at the U.S. Championships in track cycling in August. 822 more words

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Listen up! Why female sports commentators must be heard

Audience-savvy and experts in their field, sports commentators are often heard but not seen. But as Hera Mag‘s Elena Wewer reports, women in every corner of the sports media are still being silenced. 1,116 more words

News

The price of gold ... and green

Australia has the talent to send a women’s ice hockey team to the Olympics — but dollars and cents stand in the way of that Olympic dream. 9 more words

Features

Update: Snowboarder Steph claims gymnastics silver

From Sochi to Rio? Anything looks possible for
Steph Magiros after the Winter Olympian claimed
silver on the vault at the Australian Gymnastics
Championships. Photo: Harry Magiros… 163 more words

Australia

David Letterman and the Olympics

David Letterman interviewed many Olympians during his 22-year run on the “Late Show,” which ends Wednesday night, but perhaps the series’ most famous Olympic interviews were with Dave’s Mom, an on-site correspondent at the 1994 and 1998 Winter Games. 114 more words

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Mao Asada blogs about returning to figure skating

Three-time World figure skating champion Mao Asada has returned to training after taking last season off and may return to competition, according to her website… 267 more words

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