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email@example.comKentucky sophomore Kyle Wiltjer could have enhanced his chances of playing in the 2016 Olympics for Canada with his play last week during a gathering of about 30 of Canada’s top players in Toronto after former NBA coach Jay Triano was named coach of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Shannon Miller crossed the finish line to win the Jacksonville (Fla.) Bank Marathon in December, she thought she had a couple to reasons to celebrate. Not only did the Boyle County graduate win the race, but her time of 2 hours, 45 minutes, 20...
Sun Sports EditorColby Coleman never stays out of the water.“He grew up in the pool,” Coleman’s father, Greg Coleman, said. The George Rogers Clark High School senior started “messing around” at the pool when he was 6 years old and he has...
LEXINGTON — These days the Kentucky-Louisville rivalry has an international flavor to it. Kentucky coach John Calipari is using rival Louisville’s homecourt for an exhibition game on Tuesday between former Wildcat players and the Dominican...
email@example.comLEXINGTON — Kentucky coach John Calipari knew two of the players on his Dominican Republic national team, former Louisville players Edgar Sosa and Francisco Garcia, likely would get less than a warm reception at Rupp Arena on Monday night. The...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgFor as long as sports have been around, athletes have always made public statements by their actions. There was Babe Ruth calling his shot in the 1932 world series, Cassius Clay converting to Islam and taking the name Muhammad Ali, and Ron Artest...
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LEXINGTON — Al Horford never thought he’d spend a month training with the Dominican Republic national team in the middle of Kentucky. But because Kentucky’s John Calipari is coaching the Dominican Republic’s national team in the...
email@example.com“From historic Danville, Kentucky, good evening and welcome to this year's only vice presidential debate…” That simple introduction from CNN’s Bernard Shaw signaled the beginning of the 2000 vice presidential debate between Dick...
Polson bears American flag at Wilmore’s Olympics West Jessamine High School graduate and University of Kentucky basketball player Jarrod Polson was the American flag bearer at Wilmore Elementary’s “OOVOTO” (Our Own Version Of The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFrancie Larrieu Smith was the first female American athlete to make five Olympic teams during one of the longest distance running careers of any United States woman ever. She won 21 national titles in track and set 13 world indoor and 35 American...
email@example.comBershawn Jackson does not lack confidence as he tries to regain the world’s No. 1 ranking in the 400-meter hurdles and position himself to win a gold medal at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. “I am having a great year. I can’t wait...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHe’s humble and soft spoken, but Tyson Gay doesn’t need long to make it perfectly clear that he wants to win the 100-meter dash gold medal at the 2012 Olympics in London.“I want to. That is the goal and one thing on my mind more than...
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