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Hyde Park »

Bud James is coaching Lakeview runner Chirine Njeim of Lebanon, while Bakhyt Abdikulov has fencing ties.

Roseland »

The former Lindblom star signed with Adidas just days before finishing fifth in 400-meter semifinals.

Englewood »

Little was Lindblom's lone competitor for most of her prep career. The program now has 20 athletes.

Near West Side »

Following Canada's 1-0 win over Team USA, a Chicago-area company again dissed the pop star.

Near West Side »

The pop star is sandwiched between Team USA's Patrick Kane and Canada's Jonathan Toews.

Near West Side »

The Olympic speed skater photographed all 10 of the Blackhawks at the Sochi Games.

Bucktown »

The city's Honorary Consul of Finland expects a "bitter fight" against "bullying" Sweden in the semis.

Hyde Park »

Interest has grown in her classes since the start of the Sochi Winter Games, said coach Denise Darling.

Near West Side »

The speed skater hopes to photograph the Blackhawks star before the Winter Games conclude Sunday.

Mt. Greenwood »

NBC's lead hockey broadcaster at the Games said the USA-Russia game was among the best he's ever seen.

Rogers Park »

Friends and fans gathered Wednesday to watch speedskater Davis, of Rogers Park, race in Sochi.

West Town »

Q&A: West Town's Ann Swisshelm chatted from Sochi, where she's competing in the Winter Olympics.

West Town »

Swisshelm, a curler, is one of three Chicagoans competing in the Sochi Olympic Games.

The Loop »

The anniversary of the Special Olympics was commemorated Thursday in Grant Park.    

Beverly »

Martin McGarry's friends and family plan to raise money to help the champion boxer battle a rare disease.