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Dan Wetzel

On the "Leave a special message to Rio" wall at airport.
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Ryan Lochte's latest version of what really happened inches closer to truth: by @DanWetzel
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USOC apologizes to Brazil for Lochte incident, agrees with police findings
Police press conference coming:
They can't fit all the media inside the police station
Covered many perp walks, proceedings and trials. This was an all-timer. It's believed two swimmers are with police.
International media swarming car believed to contain US swimmers arriving at police station
Allyson Felix won the foot race. Shaunae Miller won the gold medal. Column on the dive:
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The greatest 10 seconds in sports, annotated. Column:
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Twitter was horrible on Gabby Douglas. Twitter is rallying for Gabby Douglas.
Biles 1/20 favorite all around gold. If you're not gambling on Olympics you're missing best part (or so I've heard)
ICYMI: Qatar wants to buy a medal in handball with oil money. Column on Olympic mercenaries:
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Column: An Iron Lady, a lawsuit and a record destroyed by a margin unbelievable even to her.
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This, from @DanWetzel's column on Rio, might be my favorite sentence in the history of journalism
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A gymnast who invents an element becomes its namesake...which is awkward for Marisa Dick
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Found and old friend from Sochi here in Rio
I took a boat into Rio's polluted Guanabara Bay. Fortunately, it was not a three-hour tour.…
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Didn't take long, college football ditches the work day semifinals bad idea
From the Second Circuit:
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