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World Anti-Doping Agency Suspends Credential For Chinese Lab

Citing "non-conformities" in the laboratory in Beijing, the sports agency said it revoked the lab's certification for up to four months. WADA also recently suspended Russia's lab.
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Mixed Martial Arts Fighter Conor McGregor Not Retiring After All

As some MMA fans suspected, the 27-year-old Dublin native's retirement announcement was simply a maneuver to gain leverage in his contract disagreement with the UFC.
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Chyna, Legendary Pro Wrestler And Entertainer, Has Died At Age 45

With chiseled muscles and a natural flair for entertainment, Joanie Laurer exploded onto the scene of professional wrestling in the late 1990s. She was found dead in her apartment Wednesday.
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ESPN Fires Curt Schilling For 'Unacceptable' Conduct

The pitcher-turned-analyst shared a post on Facebook that appeared to comment on North Carolina's law that bars transgender people from using the bathroom that corresponds with their gender identity.
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'Thanks For The Cheese': UFC Star Conor McGregor Says He's Retiring

McGregor made the announcement on Twitter, but some MMA fans are questioning whether the brash 27-year-old fighter means what he says or if this is simply a move to get more money from UFC.
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Court Upholds Snowboarding Ban At Utah Ski Resort

Alta Ski Area markets itself as just for skiers. It is one of the few U.S. resorts to do that.
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Boston Marathon Results: Ethiopian Runners Shut Kenyans Out Of Top Spots

Runners from Kenya, who had for years been considered the best of the best in the world, were nearly shut out from the podium entirely.
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Romanian Women's Gymnastics Team Fails To Qualify For Olympics, Ending Medal Streak

The team has medaled in every Summer Olympics since 1976. But the Romanians' fifth-place finish at Sunday's final qualifying event denies them a spot at the Rio Games.
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Concussion Update: U.S. Appeals Court Affirms Deal Between NFL, Retired Players

The settlement could cost the league $1 billion to resolve lawsuits filed by thousands of former pro football players who say they suffered chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE.
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Not My Job: NASCAR Driver Matt Kenseth Gets Quizzed On Golf Carts

We're recording in Milwaukee this week, so we've invited a Wisconsin native to the show. We'll play a game called "Get a move on, pal!"

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