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David Woods

Indianapolis Star

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Recent articles by David:

Carmel swimmer Kibler, Purdue thrower Winger among Pan Am stars

Former Carmel High School star and Purdue athlete make a mark in Peru. → Read More

Former Ballard star Kelan Martin getting two-way NBA contract

Butler University's No. 2 career scorer played in Germany last season. → Read More

Butler's Kelan Martin getting two-way contract with Timberwolves

Bulldogs' No. 2 career scorer played in Germany last season. → Read More

Brownsburg cyclist Chloe Dygert Owen honors late teammate after winning gold

Cyclist wins second gold medal at Pan American Games with an eye on the 2020 Olympics → Read More

D'Onta Foreman, once college football's top running back, starts over with Colts

The Colts' newest player looks to redeem himself after the "ego hit" of being released by the Texans. → Read More

Meet the Colts equipment manager who made the one-handed catch in the viral video

Frankfort's Brad Powers heard from friends for the first time in years after his one-handed catch on the sideline at Colts training camp went viral → Read More

Latest commit puts Butler on path to its highest-rated recruiting class ever

Myles Tate, a point guard, commits to Bulldogs, who have 3 in Class of 2020 → Read More

Colts have not given up on Krishawn Hogan, and he has not given up on himself

The Warren Central and Marian product looks to stick after spending time on injured reserve and practice squad. → Read More

Carmel swimmer Jake Mitchell, 17, probably can't make Olympics; but what if he can?

Because he is 17, Jake Mitchell is an intriguing figure 10 months from the Olympic Trials. His rate of improvement is rapid, as are his finishing strokes. → Read More

After sputtering for months, Pike's Lynna Irby hunts medals at Pan Am Games

Lynna Irby has turned around this season and could win two medals this week at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru. → Read More

Indiana teens Noah Malone, Ramiah Elliott sprint to two titles each

Athletes from Hamilton Southeastern, North Central earn gold medals → Read More

South Carolina point guard makes recruiting visit to Butler

Myles Tate, a three-star recruit, is on the Butler campus this weekend for a recruiting visit → Read More

New Pacer Justin Holiday says winning culture drew him to Indiana

Justin Holiday said he didn't speak to his younger brother, Pacers point guard Aaron, about the decision until just before he made it → Read More

Behind a world record, Indy's Ashley Spencer makes world team in 400 hurdles

While Spencer might not have been the superstar during the race, her performance was good enough for a place on Team USA. → Read More

Lilly King caps Hoosiers' mega-meet with second and third golds at FINA World Championships

Lilly King caps momentous world meet for Hoosier swimmers → Read More

After near-misses, IU grad Andy Bayer makes world team in steeplechase

Bayer will run for Team USA in Qatar after finishing one place shy in four previous nationals. → Read More

Lilly King disqualified in 200 breaststroke at worlds

Officials said Lilly King touched the wall with one hand on the first turn. Rules require a simultaneous touch with both hands. → Read More

Aussies edge Team USA, Lilly King in mixed medley relay at worlds

The silver medal was the first for King at an Olympics or long course worlds. She has two golds from the Olympics and five from World Championships. → Read More

Lilly King repeats as world champ, beats Russian rival Yulia Efimova

In FINA World Championships featuring upsets galore, Lilly King remained invulnerable. → Read More

IU's new golden age of swimming: Two Hoosiers help USA win relay at FINA World Championships

Not since the 1970s had two swimmers out of IU been on the same foursome winning gold in a major championship. → Read More