Monday Feb 24
The Indianapolis Star
USA Track & Field's latest controversy ends with reinstatement of 3,000-meter winner
The latest crisis involving USA Track & Field has passed. Skepticism about the national governing body, which is headquartered in Indianapolis, won't vanish so easily.
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Sat Feb 22, 2014
No gold for U.S. women's hockey? No glory
Patrick Reusse has been covering sports in the Twin Cities since 1968. He has been a Star Tribune sports columnist since 1988.
The Des Moines Register
Sunday Letters: Lolo Jones' attitude inspires despite Olympic bobsled bummer
She's more popular in not winning an Olympic medal than winning one. It's hard to criticize an athlete who gives her all and still comes up empty.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Olympians and their pets
One of the many dark tales coming out of Sochi is the revelation that Russian authorities have been executing stray dogs.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Olympic Bobsledder Nick Cunningham practices his Selfie Skills
NICK'S NOT ONLY A PRO ON THE BOBSLED TRACK...HE NOW KNOWS HOW TO TAKE THE PERFECT "SELFIE."
Black Female Track Stars Make History At Winter Olympics Winning Silver And Bronze Medals
Track star Lauryn Williams is the first American woman and the fifth athlete to medal in both the Summer and Winter Olympics after winning a silver medal in the women's two-person bobsled at the Sochi Games on Wednesday.
Let's Learn From the Past: Lauryn Williams
After excelling as a sprinter on Team USA's track and field squad during the past three Summer Olympic Games, Pittsburgh native Lauryn Williams made history in Sochi, Russia, this month as a member of the U.S. women's bobsled team.
Jana Pittman: more bobsleigh, maybe a return to track
Jana Pittman is desperate to compete in bobsleigh at another Winter Olympics, and hasn't ruled out the stunning possibility of returning to the track in two years at the summer games in Rio de Janeiro.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
The Baltimore Sun
Baltimore-area lawyer Ted Offit helps keep U.S. bobsled team on track
Look closely during the Olympics and you might see Ted Offit on TV: a middle-aged man with a Team USA jacket on his back and a cowbell in hand that he clangs wildly at the start of every bobsled race.
The Washington Post
3Lolo Jones, Lauryn Williams unsure of bobsled futures
Neither Lolo Jones nor Lauryn Williams say they're ready to commit to competing with the U.S. bobsled team beyond the Sochi Games.
No medal in Sochi, but Lolo Jones is satisfied
A Nebraska judge on Wednesday struck down a law that allowed the Keystone XL oil pipeline to proceed through the state, a victory for opponents who have tried to block the project.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Cornell's Jamie Greubel wins bronze medal in women's bobsled
Bronze medalists Jamie Greubel, a former Cornell University track star, and Aja Evans of the United States pose during the flower ceremony at Sliding Center Sanki on Wednesday in Sochi, Russia.
Usain Bolt on the Jamaican bobsled team? Why not?
"I'll try out for Pyeongchang," Bolt "says" in a quote on the poster, referring to the site of the 2018 Games in South Korea.
Lolo Jones set to miss out on a medal AGAIN: Star's hopes fade at her ...
Real-life Dexter 'serial killer' names EXACT locations of 'Satanist murder spree' as cops in her remote Alaskan home town admit people 'disappear' all the time up there Head of NSA's Korea division charged with beating adopted son, three, to death.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
The News Journal
Maze, Dutch skaters rise again
On a day when the mountain courses seemed better suited for the crawl or butterfly they posed no obstacle to Tina Maze.
Enough with Lolo Jones Already: Why Should We Care About Team USA Bobsledder?
With her cascading brown locks, bright shining eyes and a body built for the skintight suits of American amateur sport, Lolo Jones is every bit the femme fatale.
USA-1 leads in Olympic bobsled, Lolo Jones 11th
Lauryn Williams and Elana Meyers laughed off smashing their bobsled into a wall a few days ago, knowing this wasn't the time to let anything get in their way of winning an Olympic medal.
WLUK-TV Green Bay
USA-1 leads in Olympic bobsled, Lolo Jones 11th
Lauryn Williams, who had never pushed a bobsled or even sat inside one until just six months ago, and teammate Elana Meyers lead in USA-1 at the halfway point of women's Olympic bobsled.
The Dam Station
Lauryn Williams, Lolo Jones make history with bobsled runs; U.S. in first, third place
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia Lauryn Williams and Lolo Jones made a little bit of history in the bobsled world.
Sochi Olympians exemplify US colleges and universities
There are 230 members on the US Winter Olympic team in Sochi. With a handful of exceptions, most Olympians in Sochi studied at colleges and universities in northern mountainous regions with snow and mountain peaks that rival the hills in Russia's resort city Sochi.