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  • U.S. soccer falls in semis; women still chasing gold in hoops, volleyball

    The quest for gold medals is on track for the U.S. women's basketball and volleyball teams. The U.S. women's soccer team can't say the same.
  • Arizonan Jade Carey’s road to Olympics ends with gold

    Jade Carey traveled the world for a spot in the Olympics. A lot of long flights. A little bit of jet lag. One unrelenting vision of what could be possible.
  • Clutch down the stretch, Schaufelle wins USA gold in Olympic golf

    Heading to the final hole with a one-shot lead, USA's Xander Schauffele made a clutch par to win the gold medal in men's Olympic golf.
  • Caeleb Dressel joins elite club with 5th Olympic gold medal

    Make it five for Caeleb Dressel. The American star won his fifth gold medal, finishing off one of the great performances in Olympic history.
  • Simone Biles told replacement, Arizona native Jade Carey to ‘have fun’

    Arizona native Jade Carey finished in eighth, a result she said she was proud of given that just the day before she didn’t even know she would be competing.
  • Arizona native Jade Carey to replace Biles in all-around competition

    American gymnastics superstar Simone Biles withdrew from Thursday's all-around competition to focus on her mental well-being.
  • Diana Taurasi feels good at Olympics after 3 weeks off due to injury

    Diana Taurasi had a big smile on her face when she stepped on the court against Nigeria for her record 33rd Olympic game Tuesday.
  • US women’s soccer advances to quarterfinals of Tokyo Olympics

    The United States did what was necessary to advance at the Tokyo Olympics, it just wasn't the high-flying offensive juggernaut the Americans are known for.
  • Rough day for Olympic stars Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka in Tokyo

    Osaka was knocked out of the tennis tournament and Biles pulled out of the gymnastics team competition with what USA Gymnastics said was a “medical issue.”
  • Alaska teen shocks with Olympic swim gold medal

    Seventeen-year-old Lydia Jacoby gave the United States a victory in the women’s 100-meter breaststroke Tuesday, knocking off defending champion Lilly King.