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NEW YORK | Caroline Wozniacki trusts her stamina so much that she plans to return to New York in two months to run a marathon.
NEW YORK | Serena Williams will face an up-and-coming American player in the first round of the U.S. Open.
NEW YORK | NFL teams used to take Polaroid pictures of plays from atop the stadium during games then send them down to the field on a rope.
NEW YORK | Shabazz Napier owed UConn.
NEW YORK | Michigan State guard Keith Appling drove the lane one day in practice and flipped a lob to Branden Dawson as he had many times before.
SOCHI, Russia | Through 17 years of grueling practices, of defeats and victories, Meryl Davis and Charlie White insist they've never considered parting ways.
BOSTON | Jeremy Abbott was reminding himself to feel his legs, the pressure of the moment weighing down on him.
BOSTON | Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir found out the U.S. championships in an Olympic year would be held in their hometown of Boston and thought, "Oh, no."
NEW YORK | The Boston Marathon bombing was selected the sports story of the year Friday in an annual vote conducted by The Associated Press.
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. | South Korea's Ha-Neul Kim upstaged friend Inbee Park to take the first-round lead at her first U.S. Women's Open.
UNITED NATIONS | In Iran, Olympic wrestling champion Jordan Burroughs felt like Justin Bieber, LeBron James and Tom Brady all rolled into one.
Here's the real story: Manti Te'o's stock in the NFL draft already was sinking.
MIAMI | After decades when paying college athletes was thought to violate the spirit of amateurism, the enormous television revenue generated by sports — football and basketball in particular — and the long hours of work by the players have changed the debate.
DIX HILLS, N.Y. |Jovan Belcher was remembered Wednesday for the accomplishments of a life that ended so suddenly and violently.
NEW YORK | More NFL players are testing positive for amphetamines, a class of substances that includes the ADHD drug Adderall.
NEW YORK | Five days before New York hosts its namesake marathon, its public transportation is shut down, its airports closed, its streets flooded and power out in many neighborhoods.
NEW YORK | The replacement officials are gone and the NFL is sorry it took so long. Now fans can go back to complaining about the calls made by the regular refs.
NEW YORK | The NFL conceded Tuesday that a bad call cost the Green Bay Packers the game — yet still upheld the Seattle Seahawks' victory.
NEW YORK | This U.S. Open finally got its first shockers.
NEW YORK | NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says possibly using replacement referees for regular-season games is worthwhile to ensure long-term improvements to officiating.
NEW YORK | Derrick Rose and Carmelo Anthony are both All-Star starters. Only Rose is the reigning MVP, and he was the one who owned Madison Square Garden on Thursday night.
NEW YORK | NBC's Olympic coverage in London will look very familiar, with one major twist.
Cleveland Indians fans wondered if a special effects explosion had gone off at a nearby movie shoot. Spectators at a tennis tournament in Connecticut felt as though a truck had smashed into the stadium. Golfer Brendan Steele thought he was getting shaky over his putts.
NEW YORK | Kurt Warner hears about Matt Hasselbeck joining the Titans and Donovan McNabb possibly going to the Vikings and sees a direct link to the NFL lockout.
NEW YORK | The NFL hasn't set a deadline for when games would be canceled without a collective bargaining agreement.
Serena Williams' absence from tennis could stretch to almost a year after two new health scares -- a blood clot in her lungs followed by a hematoma -- have added to her injury woes.
NEW YORK | Tiger Woods' humbling return to the public eye, from his televised confession to a winless season on the golf course, was voted the sports story of the year by members of The Associated Press.
NEW YORK | Chris Duhon insists he derived no extra motivation facing his former team and the rookie who made him expendable before this season.
NEW YORK | The grass in the Mannings' front yard took years to recover.
NEW YORK | Dan Patrick is leaving ESPN after 18 years, insisting there is no acrimony but saying he was beginning to take his job for granted.
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