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Nick Zaccardi

Rai Benjamin and Gabby Thomas ran two of the fastest times in history to win U.S. track and field titles.
Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone won the 400m at the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships, almost breaking the American record.
Sha’Carri Richardson and Cravont Charleston won the 100m at the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships.
Elise Cranny and Woody Kincaid won the 10,000m at the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships. Sha’Carri Richardson ran a personal best.
Cordell Tinch went from selling cell phones to becoming the world’s fastest man in the 110m hurdles.
Throughout the summer, in a series called Hometown Hopefuls, NBC is spotlighting the stories of Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls from all fifty states, as well as Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, as they work towards the opportunity to represent their country at the Paris 2024 Games next year.
Evan Jager, the 2016 Olympic 3000m steeplechase silver medalist, will miss the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships.
Mondo Duplantis is the subject of “Born to Fly,” a documentary on his rise to become an Olympic pole vault champion.
Caeleb Dressel, Katie Ledecky and Regan Smith are headliners at the USA Swimming National Championships.
Chance Marsteller, a former teen phenom wrestler whose life was marred by addiction, is going to his first senior world championships after defeating Jordan Burroughs, the American record holder with seven global titles.
All living members joked and reminisced in the “Relive the Miracle” ceremony at Herb Brooks Arena.
Look for more on the Miracle on Ice reunion on NBC’s Hockey Day in American coverage on Sunday at noon ET.
All living members of the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team will gather for just the third time in 35 years on Saturday, and the first time in Lake Placid.
More about reunion during Hockey Day in America, Sunday at noon on NBC and online