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Fidel Castro son gets role in baseball-softball Olympic bid

LAUSANNE, Switzerland A son of Fidel Castro and a prominent Washington, D.C.-based attorney will help campaign for the return of baseball and softball in the Olympics.

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Michael Phelps: Swimmer in hot water after Louis Vuitton ad is leaked before end of Olympics

In posing for Louis Vuitton campaign images that surfaced on August 13, 2012, Michael Phelps may be stripped of his medals, four gold and two silver, awarded during the London 2012 Games.

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Honors: Resident's work was part of transcontinental Olympics project

As college students, Adam Cuthbert and Daniel Rhode had always wanted to compose music with electronic influences for a symphony orchestra. Now their collaboration is part of a transcontinental project in honor of the Olympics.

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Knitters Outraged After U.s. Olympic Committee Squashes Knitting Olympics’and Disses Knitters [olympics]

Olympics If you mess with the Olympics trademark, a cloud of legal hurt will descend on you faster than Tyson Gay in the Men's 100 meters. Case in point: The U.S. Olympic Committee has sent a cease and desist letter to a knitting-based social network for hosting a knitting "olympics." Now, knitters are in revolt. More »

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Joeten donates $1K to Manta Ray Band

J.C. Tenorio Enterprises, which operates the Joeten stores on island, recently made a donation to the Saipan Southern High School Manta Ray Band in support of the group's efforts to raise funds for their London trip next month to perform at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

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