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Going into the 1,000 meters at the Richmond oval, defending champion Shani Davis (left) of the U.S. knew he had "a little thing on [my] back called a target." The first African-American to win individual Winter...
March 01, 2010 | ALEXANDER WOLFF
In a repeat of his performance four years ago in Turin, Shani Davis won the gold medal in the 1,000 meters but was forced to settle for silver in the 1,500, the Olympic title he covets most
February 08, 2010 | ALEXANDER WOLFF
Four years after triumph and turbulence in Turin, Shani Davis still stands—and skates—apart from the U.S. team. But that hasn't kept him from becoming America's best male skater since Eric Heiden
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March 27, 2006 | Edited by Mark Bectel
2 Dunks by Tennessee freshman Candace Parker in a first-round win over Army on Sunday; the 6'3" forward is the first woman to dunk in an NCAA tournament game.