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  • Ticket Replay: What Michelle Obama told the Olympic Committee about her Chicago (and father)

     
    Neither Michelle nor Barack Obama's remarks worked, but they got to see Copenhagen from the inside of an armored car....
  • Olympian Carl Lewis expected to run for New Jersey Senate

     
    Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis is preparing to run again. This time for a New Jersey senate seat according to the Philadelphia Inquirer....
  • Carl Lewis announces candidacy for New Jersey Senate

     
    Carl Lewis is one of the best track and field athletes of all time, with nine Olympic gold medals, including four in the long jump. Now we'll see how he does making another jump -- from athlete to politician. On......
  • Phelps packed for pressure

    Michael Phelps is about to take on Ian Crocker, Aaron Peirsol, Ian Thorpe and other champion swimmers seeking to keep him from ruling the pool at the 2004 Olympics. Phelps will also face a daunting opponent he can't see: the weight of great...
  • Phelps is decorated by AAU with 74th Sullivan Award

    A landmark year of swimming in 2003 resulted in one more honor for Michael Phelps, as the 18-year-old from Rodgers Forge won the 74th annual James E. Sullivan Award last night. The announcement was made at a banquet at the New York Athletic Club. The...
  • When heroes falter, it's forgive or forget

    Ray Lewis was accused of murder. Latrell Sprewell choked his coach. Muhammad Ali refused to go to war and was labeled a traitor. All rebounded to attain greater stature than before. Ben Johnson was stripped of a gold medal days after he set a sprint...
  • Williams' magic number is 200

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Bernard Williams can smile again. The frown he wore around town for a week - after running an unhappy sixth in the U.S. Olympic trials 100-meter dash final - is gone. The transformation took exactly 20.30 seconds. That's the time it...
  • Precious metal: Williams earns World bronze

    To Baltimore's Bernard Williams, the bronze medal he won in the 100 meters at the VIII World Championships of Track and Field yesterday was as good as gold. U.S. teammates Maurice Greene and Tim Montgomery were the only men ahead of Williams in the...
  • Blog: Sun sports editor in Athens

    Final thoughts on a memorable two weeks in Greece This is my last blog from the Athens Olympics, which I'm assuming will be one of the more memorable I've covered for a number of reasons. Foremost among them, I'm sure, will be the swimming of Michael...