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For relevance and number of participants, the Universiade, also known as ‘World University Games’ is just second to the Olympic Games.
The team beat Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria, Ireland and Russia
Israel’s four-rider squad narrowly defeating Poland during the Olympic qualifier in Moscow.
It turned out to be a perfect match, and just two days after having reached out, Raice was driving up to Lake Placid to compete.
Jerusalem-based female skaters shake things up and tip the scales in the rhetoric for gender equality
By ZACHARY KEYSER
Anastasia Gorbenko swum into first place in the Youth Olympic Games, held in Buenos Aires, defeating swimmers up to three years older than her.
The video he attaches to a tweet from his account runs through a number of prominent American women describing their experience of assault, including gold medalist Aly Raisman.
Rajoub was banned from FIFA games for inciting violence and hatred against soccer superstar Lionel Messi, and Erdan called on the IOC to take similar action.
By LAHAV HARKOV
19-year-old rhythmic gymnast star Linoy Ashram wins second silver medal, is an Olympic gold in the future?
By HAGAY HACOHEN
"I want to honor this day as well as the Israeli public and Jewish Diaspora,” Kramer wrote in a letter.
Kurz is serious about constructing an Israeli baseball team that will be ready to compete in Olympic qualifying rounds in Europe in the fall of 2019.
By ED SHERMAN
For many years Israel advocates have sought to sell an image of “brand Israel” that differs from the headlines about conflict and politics.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
How the Israeli Olympian found his "Israel moment" while training in a picturesque town in Germany.
By A.J. EDELMAN
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