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“It [Sochi] is a long ways away, and to be honest I've spoken to Kaillie [Humphries] about it and it might be the same thing I've done with rugby before: step away to find out if it's what I want to do - for me - as opposed to just wanting to help Kaillie do well," Moyse said, referring to her gold-medal winning teammate.”
“The former Olympic gold-medal gymnast is "back up" after being diagnosed with a germ cell malignancy, a form of ovarian cancer, in December.”
“Jennifer Azzi, a member of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, was an All-American at Stanford, a WNBA star in Utah and a 1996 Olympic gold-medal winner.”
“Hockey Canada said Wednesday that Crosby's missing equipment was misplaced rather than stolen after the frenzy following Crosby's overtime goal against the United States in the gold-medal game on Feb. 28.”
“Sidney Crosby's stick and glove went missing after the gold-medal game but have been found and are being returned.”
“In 2005, Crosby's jersey went missing after Canada's gold-medal win over Russia at the world junior hockey championship in Grand Forks, North Dakota.”
“Shawn Johnson, a gold-medal winner in gymnastics at the 2008 Games in Beijing, announced Tuesday morning that she plans on training and ... olympics | Comment | Recommend”
“Q: Where does White's back-to-back gold-medal performance stand in Olympic history?”
“Prohibitive gold-medal favorite Davis settled for silver, beaten by half a second by a lightly-regarded Dutchman, and Hedrick closed his individual racing career with a heartbreaking 6th-place finish.”
“West Des Moines native Shawn Johnson, a gold-medal winner in gymnastics at the 2008 Games in Beijing, announced Tuesday morning that she plans on training and making another run at the next Summer Games.”
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