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...cup races and wins from age 16 until she retired at 27.Lindh is up for two "Moment" categories this ballot: The World Championship in 1997 where she was the only American to medal, and it was gold in the women's downhill in Sestriere, Italy...
Biles wins 3rd straight world gymnastics title

GLASGOW, Scotland - Simone Biles is human. The proof came halfway through her beam routine at the world championships Thursday night, when a front flip ended with Biles reaching forward and squeezing the piece of wood as hard as she could with...
Today in Sports History for Oct. 21

...timed in 2:01.81, eclipsing the previous world mark of 2:03.41 set by Australia's Jessicah Schipper at the world championships in July.2012 - Tamika Catchings scores 25 points to help the Indiana Fever win their first WNBA title with an...
World champion skier Kikkan Randall announces pregnancy

...are expecting their first child in April. Randall will skip the upcoming season, but plans to come back for the World Championship year in 2016-17 and the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang.Randall, 32, who has also won three season-long World...
Today in Sports History: Oct. 16

...their first pennant since 1959.2011 - Danell Leyva becomes the first American man gymnast to win a gold medal at the World Championships since 2003. Leyva wins the parallel bars title to become the first gold medalist for the U.S. since Paul Hamm...
Today In Sports History for Sept. 15

...attendance.1991 - The United States women's gymnastics team makes history with its first team medal - a silver - at the world championships in Indianapolis.2002 - Sam Hornish Jr. wins at Texas Motor Speedway, giving him his second straight IRL title...
Today In Sports History for August 26

AUGUST 26 1912 - Mary K. Browne wins the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association singles title. Maurice McLoughlin wins the men's title. 1933 - Helen Hull Jacobs captures the U.S.
Today In Sports History for August 19

...four strokes to take the PGA championship.1993 - Sergei Bubka wins his fourth consecutive pole vault title at the world championships at Stuttgart, Germany.1995 - Mike Tyson starts his comeback, knocking out Peter McNeeley in 89 seconds at...
Today In Sports History for Aug. 9

1936 - Jesse Owens becomes the first American to win four Olympic gold medals, and the United States sets a world record in the 4x100 relay at the Berlin Games. The record time of 39.8 seconds lasts for 20 years.
Today In Sports History for August 6

1926 - Gertrude Ederle of New York City becomes the first woman to swim the English Channel. The 19-year-old finishes in 14 hours and 31 minutes. 1958 - Glen Davis of Columbus, Ohio, sets a world record in the 400 hurdles with a time of 49.


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