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# Team USA

Last year
US swimmer dramatically rescued from World Championship pool after fainting
Anita Alvarez passed out at the conclusion of her routine during the solo free final.
Zach Johnson appointed US Ryder Cup captain
The two-time major winner succeeds Steve Stricker for the 2023 matches in Italy.
All time
Jordan Spieth already anticipating Ryder Cup triumph in Europe in 2023
The home side cruised to a 19-9 success at Whistling Straits.
'I prefer to play under the hostility' - Fitzpatrick relishing reception from Ryder Cup crowd
The Sheffield native says the atmosphere will act as an extra motivation to perform well for Europe.
The second-most decorated male swimmer in history's Olympic career looks over
Ryan Lochte’s bid to make a fifth Games ended in an emotional 200m medley defeat.
Harrington's opposite number confirmed as Stricker named US Ryder Cup captain
The Wisconsin native will lead the charge at Whistling Straits in 2020.
'Pretty pissed off' - Tiger Woods frustrated with Ryder Cup display following three defeats
Woods was the star attraction this week in France after capping an incredible comeback season after injury with his first title since 2013 last weekend.
Bring on Sunday! Team Europe lead US 10-6 going into final day of Ryder Cup
Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari again starred for the hosts at Le Golf National.
Woman injured at Ryder Cup after being struck by wayward tee shot
Brooks Koepka’s tee shot struck the fan in the face.
Ryder Cup fourball pairings announced as Woods teams up with Reed
The US duo will take on Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood, while Rory McIlroy and Thorbjorn Olesen face Dustin Johnson and Rickie Fowler on Friday.
'It's a lot better having someone you actually get to share it with'
Rickie Fowler talks about that infamous photo from Hazeltine and lessons learned from Michael Jordan.
'Might be at least another 20 years before we've got floating stands in the sky or something'
Henrik Stenson looks ahead to his fifth appearance at the Ryder Cup and talks about the future of the competition.
Wildcard picks offer contrasting opportunities for Ryder Cup captains
While Thomas Bjorn defended his selection of Sergio Garcia, Jim Furyk still has one more decision to make.
Olympic champion Simone Biles reveals she was sexually abused by ex-US team doctor
Larry Nassar was last month jailed for 60 years for child porn charges.
'In Ireland, there were roadblocks put in my way. Here, they really want you to be successful'
Irish boxing coach Billy Walsh chats to The42 about his rollercoaster year with Team USA.
Billy Walsh named world coach of the year after guiding US to Olympic glory
The Team USA coach helped the country win three medals at the Olympics.
Michael Phelps takes not-too-subtle dig at Olympic rival in new ad
The commercial also features Jim Parsons of Big Bang Theory fame.
McIlroy leads the charge as Europe cut USA's lead to a single point
The Spanish duo of Cabrero Bello and Garcia salvaged an unlikely half point against Spieth and Reed.
Good captain, bad captain... whatever
Tommy Martin on the myth-making around Ryder Cup captaincy.
QUIZ: Can you recognise these one-time Ryder Cup players?
Put your knowledge to the test and name the player that represented their team just once in one of golf’s greatest competitions.
'Send him back to Ireland' - A new documentary looks at Billy Walsh's rocky start in America
The boxing coach previously guided Team Ireland to a number of medals at the Olympics.
US swimmer James Feigen to pay $10,800 following Rio robbery scandal
The US Olympic swimmers originally claimed that they were mugged at gunpoint while drunk.
Angry Billy Walsh savages 'crazy' boxing judging
The lightweight Mikaela Mayer suffered defeat in front of a mostly anti-American crowd to the Russian Anastasiia Beliakova.
19-year-old US prodigy Simone Biles suffers first defeat in final since 2013
The gymnast’s dream of five-in-a-row ended at the Rio OIympics today.
Justin Gatlin is getting quicker and quicker as the Olympics get closer and closer
Controversial American sprinter sends a message to Bolt as he books his Olympic place.
Irish Sports Council urges IABA to reconsider deal to keep Billy Walsh in Ireland
‘We urge the IABA to act quickly and decisively in the matter,’ says ISC chairman Kieran Mulvey.
Rickie Fowler chips in beautifully from the bunker
This could turn out to be a big putt.
US skiing star Lindsey Vonn forced to pull out of Winter Olympics
“The reality has sunk in that my knee is just too unstable to compete at this level.”
Swings and Ryder bouts: Golfing review of 2012
Gareme McDowell came close, Rory McIlroy won a major by eight strokes again and Team Europe rallied from face-down on the canvas.
Christmas crackers: USA v Europe
You pull, we pull. Facts, jokes and YouTube clips await the winner.
London 2012: Dream Team pushed all the way by Spain
LeBron James and his US team-mates claimed gold with a 107-100 win today.
'Game seven': USA ready to take home basketball gold
Spain stand in the way as the ‘dream team’ seek a fifth gold in six Olympiads.
Video: Gymnast's parents perform their own routine at London 2012
The parents of US gymnast Aly Raisman had a tough time watching their daughter compete at the Olympics.
Tour de Force: Durant helps US rip up France
The favourites for basketball gold made light work of the French side led by Tony Parker.
Olympic Breakfast: Sailing duo ready to make their mark
What to see and what to skip? When are the Irish in action? Here’s our guide to all the action on day two in London.
US athletes learn Cockney rhyming slang in time for London 2012 - video
Want a bit of John Cleese and a cup of Rosie Lee?
'Dog ate my ticket', says US shooter Rhode
Kim Rhode is chasing history in London, but her journey to the Olympics wasn’t quite as smooth as she might have hoped.
London 2012: Carl Lewis jets in - but won't watch sprinters
The nine-time Olympic gold medallist won’t be going to the track events. “It’s a personal thing.”
'Dream Team of '92 better than current crop' - Obama
The US president has waded into the debate on the men’s Olympic basketball side.
LeBron could match Jordan with gold in London
The Miami Heat plamaker wants to become the first NBA player since 1992 to win a title and Olympic medal in the same year while also being voted the NBA Finals and regular season MVP.