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Bill Plaschke, The Times' award-winning sports columnist, has occasionally been accused of mawkishness. But if it's true that violin strings sometimes seem to accompany his prose, it's also true that his best, most heartfelt work involves those who...
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Sun ReporterWith a gold medal draped around his neck, Kurt Angle couldn't hold back the tears as he stood proudly on the podium, his right hand across his heart, as "The Star-Spangled Banner" played. It was the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, and Angle had just won...
Tribune staff reporterAnti-American sentiment abroad has many Americans thinking twice about traveling overseas. But around the world, America isn't seen as such a safe and friendly place either, amid worries about possible terrorist reprisals for the U.S.-led war on Iraq...
Sun StaffThe rust didn't show at all last weekend as 2003 U.S. gymnastics champion Courtney Kupets of Gaithersburg won the event that made her a world champion in 2002. Performing only two routines to protect her repaired Achilles' tendon, the Magruder High...
Judo Where: Ano Liossia Olympic Hall. When: Aug. 14-20. Top U.S. performers: Alex Ottiano, Jimmy Pedro, Brian Olson, Ronda Rousey, Celita Schutz. U.S. chances: The U.S. has never won a gold medal in judo. U.S. competitors have won 10 medals, four...
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