News from the Field

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USA Cycling Names Early Olympic Teams

USA Cycling has announced preliminary teams for the 2012 Olympics in London for mountian biking and women's road biking. Thirteen women, including defending road race gold medalist Kristin... Read More

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B.C. Natives Form Front Against Pipeline

Aboriginal communities in British Columbia announced Thursday a unanimous decision to block the proposed Enbridge Inc. pipeline expansion through their territories. The First Nations communities... Read More

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Bikram Yoga Sues Yoga to the People

Bikram Yoga founder Bikram Choudhury, known for his hot yoga method, has filed a $1-million copyright-infrigment lawsuit against Yoga to the People. Choudhury says that Yoga to the People's... Read More

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IOC Fires Staff in Embezzlement Scandal

The International Olympic Commitee has fired three staff members for their roles in an embezzlement scandal at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland. The IOC found that the finance department... Read More

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Tommy Caldwell Ends Dawn Wall Attempt

Tommy Caldwell has ended his bid to free climb his Dawn Wall project on El Capitan this year. The Dawn Wall project links up two aid lines, Mescalito and Dawn Wall, and would likely be the... Read More