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Shoulder injury costs gymnast Yoder a shot at Olympics

A shoulder injury means Indianapolis gymnast Alec Yoder will have to wait until 2020 for a shot at the Olympic Games.

Yoder, 19, an Ohio State freshman, announced on Twitter and Instagram that he hurt his shoulder at the Big Ten meet and will undergo surgery. 231 more words

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Swimming By The Numbers: Age Analysis of Olympic Trials for 6 Countries

It’s been a little while since I’ve done a Swimming By the Numbers blog post, and the recent Canadian Olympic Trials sparked an idea.  We had incredibly strong performances from the women, and NOT incredibly strong performances from the men.  1,019 more words

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Final Day for US Olympic and Paralympic Trials in Florida 

*Cancellation: The Cooper Cup planned for Cooper River in Camden, New Jersey has been cancelled by the South Jersey Rowing Club.

Today is the final day for the 2016 U.S. 283 more words

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Olympic Trials in Sarasota, Florida!

Brio Tuscan Grille University Town Center is proud to be a part our community in Sarasota, Florida, and we have some great news! Nathan Benderson Park is officially the site for the 2016 U.S. 61 more words

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Olympic Trials and Open Ocean Rowing, Oh My!

On the road to Rio! The Olympic and Paralympic Trials will start today, April 17 and continue for the next eight days to April 24 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida hosted by… 437 more words

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My Week in the Canadian Olympic Trials Media Room

Now I know that this post won’t excite a lot of people, and to tell the truth, before I spent a week in the Media Room it wouldn’t have excited me.  940 more words

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Heartbreak for Hoosiers at Olympic wrestling trials

Although wrestling is primordial and foundational to the Olympic Games, it was once on the chopping block by the International Olympic Committee. The IOC is trying to add trendy new sports without increasing the number of athletes. 848 more words

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