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  • Al Michaels' 1980 Olympic hockey gig was 'dumb luck'

     
    HBO profiles NBC's Al Michaels on the "Real Sports" episode debuting Tuesday night. Click below for excerpts, including Michaels discussing the "dumb luck" that landed him alongside former Cornell goalie Ken Dryden for the 1980 Olympic hockey tournament, John
  • A small-town guy shoots - and skis - for the big prize again

    A small-town guy shoots - and skis - for the big prize again
    Tim Burke grew up in an Adirondack Mountain hamlet with no stores, no gas station, no neighbor within a half-mile of his house and just 671 people, period, according to the 2010 census of Paul Smiths, N.Y. And then, as a 12-year-old, Burke took up a...

    Two U.S. women have big day on snow

    Two U.S. women have big day on snow
    It was quite a Wednesday for two U.S. women in winter sports where their country has had little or no historic success. Veteran cross-country skier Kikkan Randall added another line to her litany of impressive career firsts when she became the first U....

    Camp Olympic hosts Katherine Switzer and Roger Robinson for Jack Pressmann cross country race

    Camp Olympic hosts Katherine Switzer and Roger Robinson for Jack Pressmann cross country race
    Roger Robinson raced cross country for 30 years at the elite masters levels as few others have, garnering masters world championships in both cross country and road races, as well as setting masters records in marathon races in Boston, New York and...

    John Kass: Does the 'Ring of Steel' gleam in the Russian sun?

    SOCHI, Russia -- What do you do in Sochi? I just arrived here, it's late, I'm exhausted, but I'm going to find out. That is, after I sleep for about a day and a half. The Winter Olympic Games open later this week, protected by a security cordon called...