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February 19, 2010
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January 9, 2014 | By David Wharton, This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.
Pushing toward his fifth trip to the Winter Olympics, Bode Miller faces some tough obstacles, and it's not surprising that age ranks at the top of the list. “I'm healthy enough that I'm skiing as hard as I can," Miller, speaking from Germany, said on the "Today" show Thursday. "But I'm definitely feeling my age ... I'm trying to catch up to the young kids right now.” The 36-year-old Miller, who made his Olympic debut in 1998 and has won five medals since, would be one of the oldest American athletes at the 2014 Sochi Games in February.
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June 14, 1989
The California Assembly approved a bill that would prohibit giving most drugs or medications to horses for 48 hours before race time. The bill by Assemblyman Dick Floyd would allow oral doses and topical applications of antibiotics, electrolytes, vitamins, tetanus antitoxin, dimethyl sulfoxide and antiseptic ointments to be used 24 hours or more before race time. Also, the bill would allow other drugs such as antihistamines and worming medications to be used more than 72 hours before race time.
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February 8, 2013 | By Jim Peltz
Darrell Wallace Jr. is expected to race in NASCAR's truck series this year, which would make the 19-year-old one of only a handful of African American drivers to have raced full time in one of NASCAR's three national series. Wallace is in the developmental-driver program at Joe Gibbs Racing, which has scheduled a news conference Saturday in Charlotte, N.C., where Wallace's ride is expected to be announced, according to a source familiar with the move but not authorized to discuss it publicly.
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June 13, 1989 | From Times wire services
The California Assembly decided today that race horses should just say neigh to drugs. The lower house approved a bill that would prohibit giving most drugs or medications to horses for 48 hours before race time. The bill, AB216 by Assemblyman Dick Floyd (D-Carson), was sent to the Senate by a 67-3 vote. Floyd said a test by an independent laboratory of 1,024 urine samples taken from horses racing at California tracks showed 109 positive for 21 different illegal substances.
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January 3, 2013 | By Jim Peltz
Former action sports star Travis Pastrana will drive full-time in NASCAR's second-level Nationwide Series this year in a car prepared by Roush Fenway Racing, the team said Thursday. Pastrana, 29, will drive the No. 60 Ford Mustang in all 33 Nationwide races and "we are committed to doing everything we can to see his career develop in NASCAR," team co-owner Jack Roush said in a statement. A celebrated motorcycle and rally car racer, notably in the X Games, Pastrana turned his sights on stock-car racing and made nine Nationwide starts last year.
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November 23, 2010 | By Jim Peltz
For the second time in two years, Hendrick Motorsports is giving Dale Earnhardt Jr. a new crew chief in hopes of finally getting the popular NASCAR driver back to Victory Lane. Earnhardt ? who is on a 93-race winless streak ? next year will be paired with Steve Letarte, Jeff Gordon's former crew chief, as part of shuffle of crew chiefs involving those two drivers and teammate Mark Martin, Hendrick said Tuesday. Gordon's new crew chief is Alan Gustafson, who moves from Martin's car, and Martin's new crew chief is Lance McGrew, who shifts from Earnhardt's team.
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August 22, 2010 | By Kevin Baxter
Joe Torre can read the standings just like everybody else. And just like everybody else, he sees his Dodgers slowly sagging closer to last place than first place in the National League West. That's not the kind of momentum a manager wants to see with six weeks left in the season. "We can't talk about moving up in the standings until we can put a streak together," he said after the Dodgers' 5-2 loss to the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday, the team's eighth setback in 12 games. "We're put ourselves in that position.
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April 14, 2010
Tonight's Super Lotto Plus Jackpot: $9 million Sales close at 7:45 p.m. For Tuesday, April 13, 2010 Mega Millions Mega number is bold 3-12-27-39-47--Mega 32 Jackpot: $105 million Fantasy Five: 1-2-10-25-33 Daily Four: 7-2-7-2 Daily Three (midday): 1-5-9 Daily Three (evening): 5-9-8 Daily Derby: (11) Money Bags (12) Lucky Charms (3) Hot Shot Race time: 1:47.
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April 8, 2010 | By Kim Geiger and Bob Drogin
Emergency teams stepped up a desperate rescue effort Wednesday despite fading hopes of finding any survivors two days after a devastating explosion killed at least 25 coal miners in the Upper Big Branch mine. Drilling crews dug three bore holes deep into the rocky mountainside, and planned two others, to vent the deadly buildup of highly combustible methane gas, carbon monoxide and coal dust that forced rescue crews to retreat early Tuesday. Carbon monoxide pouring out of the first 1,100-foot-deep bore hole was so toxic -- nearly 300 times the concentration considered safe -- that the drilling crew was nearly overcome, officials said.
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