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AOC Pays Tribute to Olympic Champion Jared Tallent on Retirement

NBC Olympics to Present Exclusive Live Coverage of U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Wrestling Across NBCSN and Peacock on April 2-3

Korea, Trinidad Ready to Reward Olympians

(ATR) Millions in bonuses on tap for top performing athletes.

Two Countries Dominating Figure Skating -- Photodesk

(ATR) Japan and athletes from Russia have risen to the top of the figure skating world at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympics.

Racing for Gold in PyeongChang -- Photodesk

(ATR) Athletes try to make the most of their Olympic opportunity in PyeongChang as the conclusion of the Games nears.

Olympian Steps in to Lead USA Track and Field

(ATR) Mike Conley will serve as acting president of USA Track and Field as Vin Lananna takes temporary leave.

Olympic Channel Fills Broadcast Void

(ATR) The Olympic Channel is now a rights holding broadcaster although that wasn't the plan before PyeongChang 2018.

Norway Leads First Week of PyeongChang 2018 Competition -- Photodesk

(ATR) Six golds and 17 total medals puts Norway atop the medal table. Check out photos from the first week of the Games.

Atlanta 1996 Olympic Venue Implodes but Legacy Remains

(ATR) The Georgia Dome may now be in rubble but its Olympic legacy will never be destroyed.

Bolt Farewell Headlines London Championships -- Federations Focus

(ATR) Also: Tennis denies Davis Cup match change; USA Hockey names PyeongChang 2018 coaches.

Atlanta 1996 Tennis Venue Gone But Not Forgotten

(ATR) Demolition of the Stone Mountain Stadium is underway as city determines next use for the property.

ATR First - Japan Aims to Match 1964 Medals at Tokyo 2020

(ATR) Japan Olympics chief Tsunekazu Takeda interviewed by ATR's Miguel Hernandez.

U.S. Olympic Committee Seeks Voice in Paralympic Movement - ATRadio

(ATR) Muffy Davis is the first candidate nominated by the USOC to join the IPC Governing Board.

Olympians Battle for NBA, NHL Supremacy

(ATR) Olympic teammates now find themselves on opposing sides of the NBA Finals and NHL Stanley Cup.

Michael Johnson: L.A. Provides 'Right Direction' for Olympics -- ATRadio

(ATR) The Olympic champion and LA 2024 ambassador says L.A. offers the right conditions to stage the Games successfully.

ANOC Awards Bring Out Olympic Stars

(ATR) Athletes who stole the show at the Rio Games earned another chance in the spotlight at the third annual ANOC Awards.

First Paralympic Gold Goes to Slovakia

(ATR) Also: First athletics medal event disputed; Brazil wins its first medals; world records already set on day one.

Judoka Returns Home with Brazil's First Gold at Rio 2016 -- Federations Focus

(ATR) Also: new concussion software successful at rugby's Olympic return; Olympic champion headlines ITTF World Cup.

After Brazil's best performance in history, government guarantees investment in sport continues

With seven gold, six silver and six bronze medals, Brazil has achieved its best performance in the history of the Olympic Games.

Gwen Jorgensen (USA) Claims Gold in the Triathlon Event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

America’s Gwen Jorgensen has cemented her place as one of the best triathletes of her generation, with a strong all-around performance and her killer run kick that delivered her a Gold in the triathlon event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

The Hula Report - New Woes for Lying Swimmers

(ATR) It’s not over for those four swimmers … Pat Hickey, prisoner … a King at the Games … in The Hula Report.

Dutch Gold and High Drama in Women's Marathon Swim

(ATR) Sharon Van Rouwendaal of the Netherlands wins gold in the women's marathon swimming at Copacabana beach.

History for Fiji as Rugby Sevens Prove Perfect Fit for Olympics

(ATR) Fiji joins the ranks of 131 other countries with its first Olympic medal, a gold in rugby sevens Olympic debut.

Double Gold Sends Japan Top of the Judo Medal Table

Five! Five days of judo, five days of a breathtaking show of elite sport and five women and five men already at the top of the Olympics, while four are still to be decided by the end of the week.

American Women Keep Olympic Gold Firmly in Hand

The American women captured their second consecutive Olympic team title in grand fashion Tuesday night at the Rio Olympic Arena.

Shirley Babashoff: Level of Doping a Shame -- ATRadio

(ATR) Shirley Babashoff talks about the current state of doping and her own battles against dopers at the Montreal 1976 Games.

Henrik Stenson Chases First Major, Looks Forward to Rio

(ATR) Nothing would make Henrik Stenson happier than claiming his first Major title at Royal Troon, but an Olympic gold isn't far behind.

Rio Olympic Medal Targets Set for British Athletes

(ATR) Great Britain's Olympic team has been challenged to win at least 48 Olympic and 121 Paralympic medals at the Rio Games.

Pistorius Paved Way for Paralympic Stars at Rio 2016

(ATR) IPC says Oscar Pistorius “drew a lot of global media attention to the Paralympic Movement and raised interest to new levels”.

Korean Olympic Speed Skating Champion Se-jong Oh, 33

(ATR) Former Olympic short track speed skating champion Se-jong Oh was killed in a motorcycle accident in Seoul, South Korea.

LeBron James Opts out of Rio 2016

(ATR) The U.S. Men’s National Basketball team will choose 12 players to compete at Rio 2016 next week knowing some of its biggest stars are not interested.

Rio 2016 Shares Medal Designs -- Photodesk

(ATR) Olympians now know what they are striving to win in Rio de Janeiro. Click for photos.

'World Coming to Louisville' for Ali Funeral

(ATR) Louisville Mayor says Muhammad Ali's home town will be the center of the world's attention when the boxer is laid to rest this week.

WNBA President Guarantees U.S. Gold at Rio 2016

(ATR) WNBA president Lisa Borders tells ATR she expects Olympic gold for the U.S. women’s team this summer in Rio.

Olympian David Boudia to Release Memoir with Nelson Books

Before millions watch Olympic champion David Boudia dive for gold at Rio 2016, he releases new book called - Greater Than Gold: From Olympic Heartbreak to Ultimate Redemption written with Tim Ellsworth.

Frenchman Etienne Diemunsch finally earns Huatulco World Cup title after four attempts

The 2016 Huatulco ITU Triathlon World Cup podium presented three new faces to its podium today as Frenchman Etienne Diemunsch was able to finally grab his first gold medal on the course after four attempts. 

U.S. Archers Leave World Cup Opener with Silver and Gold Hardware

After several heartbreaking early upsets in eliminations, U.S. archers made it to one gold final of each event. After qualifying third, fourth and fifth, and shattering their own world record, the U.S. compound men were strong favorites for the gold yesterday.

Russia Takes Home Gold at World Mixed Doubles Curling Championships

Curling: Russia win Gold at World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2016