It's easy to see the pressure to perform well placed on the Olympic athletes, so how do they deal with it?
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Whether it's in the pool or on the pommel horse, one expert says what you think or don't think can... more »
Monarch Mountain expects to end its ski season Sunday with a record for skier visits. Spokesman Eric Ramsey said Friday that the resort should finish with around 183,000 skier visits, which would top the high of 176,000 from two seasons ago. Eldora Mountain Resort also ends the season Sunday and... more »
After playing continuously for more than 31 hours, two Albany, New York dodgeball teams called it quits Tuesday afternoon as the proud and tired owners of a new Guinness Book world record.
"It's been ridiculous. Every hour is a new challenge, new celebration," Rob Immel said.
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Tiger Woods will return to golf at the Masters next month. In a statement Tuesday, Woods said he will play at Augusta National after a four-month hiatus because of a sex scandal. The Masters begins on April 8. Woods says that while he's returning to competition, he still has a... more »
Mike Moran was the chief spokesman for the United States Olympic Committee through thirteen Games, 1980-2002. The Omaha,Nebraska native was the Sports Information Director at the University of Colorado for a decade before joining the USOC in 1978 as it left New York City for Colorado Springs. He was the... more »
There's word this week that American skier Lindsey Vonn might have to sit out of the Olympics because of an injury.
That's the bad news. The gouda news is that Vonn is aggressively treating her bruised shin in hopes of making it to the slopes. "Gouda" news because the... more »
Randy Bernard, the CEO of the Professional Bull Riders headquartered in Pueblo, is resigning his position to take the top job at the Indy Racing League. Bernard's resignation is effective March 1.
Monday afternoon, the PBR board of directors named Chief Financial Officer Rodd Granger as interim CEO.
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World-class ice climber Guy Lacelle died in an avalanche during an ice climbing event in southwestern Montana, his sponsor confirmed.
John Irvine, the sports marketing manager for Arc'teryx, said he learned of Lacelle's Thursday death from a festival organizer. Arc'teryx makes ice climbing equipment and sponsors Lacelle and is... more »
The 2012 World Figure Skating Championships will be held in Nice, France. The International Skating Union has scheduled the annual competition to take place in the Mediterranean resort city from March 26-April 1 that year. It will be the seventh time France has hosted the worldchampionships. It last staged the... more »