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No hyperbole here: Simone Biles is the greatest

Simone Biles is the most decorated gymnast in world championships history and the clear favorite for gold in 2020. These days, she is unbeatable.

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How does Simone Biles do what seems impossible?

No one else has competed skills like the triple-double. No one else has ever been so dominant in the sport. How does Simone Biles do it? Gymnastics experts weigh in.

Simone Biles, Coco Gauff and Brigid Kosgei win in dominating fashion

Black female athletes turn in a weekend of historic performances by turning on that #BlackGirlMagic.

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Kipchoge makes history

The Dominant 20: Kipchoge redefines what's possible

No-one can keep up with Eliud Kipchoge, and that makes him one of the most dominant athletes in sport.

Simone Biles

Biles dominant in 5th all-around world title win

Simone Biles won her fifth all-around title at the gymnastics world championships Thursday, underlining her status as the clear favorite for next year's Olympic gold medal.

How does Simone Biles do what seems impossible?

No one else has competed skills like the triple-double. No one else has ever been so dominant in the sport. How does Simone Biles do it? Gymnastics experts weigh in.

Track & Field

IAAF World Championships

Heat, hope and heroics: The final word from the IAAF World Championships

The IAAF World Athletic Championships are behind us. Here are our top takeaways.

Why is no one showing up to the IAAF World Championships in Qatar?

One of the biggest sporting events in the world is happening right now, yet few people are in the seats. Why?

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Noah Lyles sprinting past opponents and childhood hurdles

Bullies, a learning disorder and chronic asthma are in Noah Lyles shadow as he runs toward the Olympics and, even, a possible world record.

Track & Field

IAAF World Championships

Mother's Day: Fraser-Pryce, Felix both win gold

Only moments after Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce zoomed past the finish line Sunday night, she scooped up something more precious than gold.

Gebrselassie: Qatar heat dangerous for runners

Former marathon world-record holder Haile Gebrselassie told The Associated Press that it was a mistake to hold the track and field world championships in Qatar and that marathon runners could have died from the heat.

Coleman wins 100 at worlds after dodging ban

Christian Coleman has won the world championship gold medal in the men's 100 meters, three weeks after avoiding a ban for missed drug tests. In other results, DeAnna Price became the first U.S. woman to win worlds gold in hammer throw.

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