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The Associated Press

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Past articles by Paul:

US Olympic medalist, world champion Joey Mantia retires from speedskating at age 37

Joey Mantia, a three-time world champion who won a bronze medal at the Beijing Winter Olympics, has retired from speedskating at age 37. → Read More

Caeleb Dressel fails to qualify for the world championships after 22nd place in 50 freestyle

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two years after winning five gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics, Caeleb Dressel has failed to qualify for the world championships. → Read More

Column: A salute to lifeguards, who are even needed at the Olympic pool

You’ve probably seen the meme of the bored-looking lifeguard sitting next to a pool → Read More

Chase Kalisz joins six-timers worlds club with runner-up finish at US national championships

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Add another member to the six-timers club. → Read More

Chase Kalisz joins six-timers worlds club with runner-up finish at US national championships

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Add another member to the six-timers club. → Read More

Anthony Nesty is a significant presence at US swimming nationals in a sport struggling to diversify

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — In a sport still struggling to diversify, Anthony Nesty is a significant presence on the pool deck at the U.S. national championsh... → Read More

Katie Ledecky keeps on rolling more than a decade after her 1st Olympic gold

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Katie Ledecky will concede that a few things have changed over her long career at the top of swimming. → Read More

Katie Ledecky joins an elite club with another dominating performance at the US nationals

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Katie Ledecky joined an elite club Tuesday night, earning her sixth trip to the world championships with a dominating victory in t... → Read More

Caeleb Dressel struggles to 29th in 100 freestyle at US swimming nationals

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Caeleb Dressel finished 29th in the 100-meter freestyle at the U.S. nationals on Tuesday, falling far short of qualifying for the ... → Read More

Column: Morant suspension sends mixed message in country that worships guns

This is not a defense of Ja Morant, whose erratic behavior certainly seems worthy of a lengthy suspension. → Read More

Atlanta Falcons turn attention to defense after years of struggles

ATLANTA (AP) — With sweat pouring off his brow after a 90-minute minicamp practice, Calais Campbell is the face of a new swagger emulating from the At... → Read More

No Pitts, but Falcons nearly at full strength for mandatory minicamp

ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Falcons were nearly at full strength for their mandatory minicamp Tuesday, holding out a handful of players coming back fro... → Read More

Column: Remembering Castleberry, others who paid ultimate price of war

ATLANTA (AP) — Clint Castleberry had one glorious season at Georgia Tech, a whirlwind of a player whose star burned bright. → Read More

Riley, d’Arnaud lead Braves to 8-5 win over Phillies in rematch of 2022 playoffs

ATLANTA (AP) — Austin Riley hit a pair of monstrous homers and pinch-hitter Travis d’Arnaud came through with a tiebreaking, two-run single in the eig... → Read More

Hard-throwing Bobby Miller solid in MLB debut, leads Dodgers past Strider, Braves 8-1

ATLANTA (AP) — Bobby Miller won a duel of hard-throwing pitchers, allowing one run over five innings in his big league debut to lead the Los Angeles D... → Read More

Dodgers place May on 60-day IL, out until after All-Star break

ATLANTA (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers shifted starting pitcher Dustin May to the 60-day injury list on Tuesday, which means the right-hander won’t re... → Read More

Terry McDermott, Olympic speedskating gold medalist in 1964, dies at 82

Terry McDermott, who won the only gold medal for the United States at the 1964 Winter Olympics and then appeared with the Beatles during their America... → Read More

A city fights back against the ol’ arena flimflam

Congratulations are in order for the good people of Tempe, Ariz. → Read More

Column: A city fights back against the ol' arena flimflam

Congratulations are in order for the good people of Tempe, Arizona → Read More

Qarterback Matt Ryan joins CBS as analyst, says he’s not retiring as player

Matt Ryan has joined CBS as an analyst, though he’s not giving up on landing with another team as a quarterback. → Read More