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Apolo Anton Ohno, the most decorated U.S. Winter Olympian of all time, was practicing for the 2002 Games when he learned he had exercise-induced asthma. It obviously didn't destroy the sporting career of the eight-time medalist. And now he is the public...
It’s the last hurdle before next week’s finale, as two more celebrities and their partners were eliminated in this ninth week of “Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars” competition. The first couple eliminated, despite landing in...
L.A. Times Olympics BlogBy Philip Hersh News and comment: News: U.S. Olympic Committee sponsor Proctor & Gamble will announce Wednesday it has become an International Olympic Committee global sponsor as well. Comment: Another plus for the USOC in its efforts to regain...
Show TrackerAlas, turned out the Hills arenât alive, and neither were Audrina Patridgeâs chances of making it to the end of Season 11âs âDancing With the Starsâ competition. In an unexpected twist, the fairly high scoring but emotionally...
Show TrackerFive years and 200 episodes ago, "Dancing With the Stars" debuted on ABC, a small reality-TV series imported from across the pond, in which celebrities were paired up with professional ballroom dancers and pranced around a rectangular stage vying for........
The Fabulous ForumFor the first time in 35 years, the United States has the overall leaders going into the final day of the World Short Track Speedskating Championship. Simon Cho of Laurel, Md., moved into the men's lead by winning the 500......
Show TrackerAfter 10 weeks, 17 dances and more sparkle and shine than the Main Street Electrical Parade, Season 10 of âDancing With the Starsâ has finally come to an end. And loosen up your buttons, ballroom fans, because the winner of......
Gold Derby"So You Think You Can Dance" continues to do well with viewers this summer, landing in the top 10 shows with the coveted 18-49 audience on a regular basis. The Fox reality competition series follows the footsteps of amateur hoofers hoping to make it in...
L.A. Times Olympics BlogAmerican short-track speedskater Apolo Anton Ohno took the silver medal in the men's 1,500 meters Saturday night and teammate J.R. Celski captured the bronze when two competitors crashed on the final turn. South Korea's Lee Jung-su, who had the lead......
L.A. Times Olympics BlogWhat are the winner and loser winter sports? Itâs the Olympics and there are winners and losers determined in the sports being contested; why not have winner and loser sports? Thereâs some guy out there who came in last place......
L.A. Times Olympics BlogApolo Anton Ohno tied for the most medals won by an American Winter Olympian on Saturday. His longevity in short-track speedskating has helped give the sport added popularity around the world. Wednesday, Ohno can become the most decorated American Winter....
L.A. Times Olympics BlogApolo Anton Ohno and J.R. Celski advanced to the quarterfinals in the menâs 1,000-meter short-track speedskating event, which will be held on Saturday. Ohno won his heat in 1:25.940, while Celski was second in his heat with a 1:25.113. Si-Bak......
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