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Flushing »

U.S. Olympian Laurie Hernandez flipped her way into New Yorkers' hearts with this first pitch.

Bed-Stuy »

A new map by the New York Times shows us just how fast Olympians are by putting them in our 'hoods.

Midtown »

The 2012 Olympics never came to New York, but they changed its course forever.

Midtown »

Read about how costly #Blizzard2016 was and the open gangway subway cars that could be coming to NYC.

Flatbush »

Julian Sosa is fighting as an undercard at Brooklyn's first heavyweight title bout since 1900. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Christina Cruz will fight for her Olympic spot again in October.

Corona »

Saturday's family-friendly race includes javelin throwing and a mini climbing wall. 

Chinatown »

Sports fans are taking over the city. If you're not one of them, here's how to sideline the mayhem.

West Harlem »

Make A Splash is an anti-drowning initiative of the USA Swimming Foundation.

New York City »

The gold medal-winning team closed out trading at the NYSE and lit up the Empire State Building.

Central Harlem »

Greg Louganis, 52, told kids at the Harlem YMCA not to let bullies distract them from their dreams.

New York City »

Fort Greene swimmer Lia Neal and John Orozco of the Bronx will compete in the 2012 Games.

Hudson Square »

NBA star Tony Parker said glass cut 99 percent of his eye during a wild club fight at WiP.

Yorkville »

Five swimmers from Asphalt Green's team have qualified for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha.

Crown Heights, Prospect Heights & Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Olympic wrestler Marcie Van Dusen will hold a clinic for students at the Wingate Educational Campus.