Call to action to protect young athletes.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, joins OTL to talk about what she heard at the hearing to protect young athletes from sexual abuse and the actions that are being planned.
Quiz: Jermain Defoe, Muhammad Ali and the FA Cup final
Which is the most recent football club to play in an FA Cup final for the first time? Steven Lynch puts together ten of the hardest sporting questions to test your wits.
U.S. women's team fighting for future.
Kate Fagan joins Good Morning America to report the latest on the U.S. women's hockey team's planned boycott against USA Hockey.
Sibley, Moran joining U.S. Hockey boycott.
Division III hockey players Dani Sibley and Carly Moran join OTL to discuss their decision to turn down a chance to potentially be part of USA Hockey.
U.S. Hockey battle coming to a head.
Craig Custance joins OTL to discuss the ongoing battle of the U.S. women's national hockey team with USA Hockey.
Muirhead seals Britain's place at Winter Olympics
Eve Muirhead sealed Great Britain's place at next year's Winter Olympics after reaching the play-off round of the Women's World Curling Championships in Beijing.
Paris only looking at 2024 Olympic bid.
The Paris Olympic bid team ruled out coming back in 2028 if the French capital misses out on hosting the summer Olympic Games in 2024.
Farah's former doctor to give evidence to MPs
Dr Robin Chaktraverty, who now works with the England football team, has been called to give evidence to MPs about his time working with UK track athletes.
IOC mulls double Olympic picks for L.A., Paris
IOC President Thomas Bach says "all options are on the table" to award an Olympics to both Los Angeles and Paris.
Dame Ennis-Hill expecting second child
Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill has revealed she is expecting another baby.
Athletes hope doping 'charter' levels playing field
Olympic athletes are discussing ways in which they can hold sports acountable for a "duty of care" in anti-doping efforts.
Birmingham, Liverpool to wait on 2022 verdict
Commonwealth Games England say it is too early to determine a preferred candidate to step in to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games, which were stripped from Durban on Monday.
Rowsell Shand retires, backs British Cycling
Double Olympic champion Joanna Rowsell Shand has announced her retirement from cycling and praised the sport's beleagured UK governing body.
Q&A with McLaren: What's next in Russian doping scandal?
The Russian doping scandal is unlike anything we've seen before. Richard McLaren, who was hired to run an independent investigation, sheds some light on what progress has been made.
Christie 'risked losing' for triple gold
Elise Christie stated that she risked everything to win after claiming triple gold at the World Short Track Skating Championship in Rotterdam.
Britain's Christie wins World Championship gold
Elise Christie claimed the first world title of her career with victory in the women's 1500m final at the World Short Track Championships in Rotterdam on Saturday.
USOC paper calls for WADA independence
The USOC released an anti-doping position paper that called for greater independence of the World Anti-Doping Agency.
WADA exploring possible ban on corticosteroids
The World Anti-Doping Agency says it is exploring a complete ban on corticosteroids.
Whitlock to take break from gymnastics
Double Olympic champion Max Whitlock has opted to take six months away from competitive gymnastics before he builds towards Tokyo 2020.
Rubio says chances of moving bill forward are 'very realistic.'
Sixteen United States Senators have now introduced a bill aimed at changing the federal law that governs Olympic sports organizations in America. Today Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), one of the bill's sponsors, joins Outside The Lines to discuss it.
Fredericks steps down from 2024 bid role
IOC member Frank Fredericks has stepped down from his role overseeing the 2024 Olympic bidding process after a $300,000 payment from a banned track official was revealed.
USA Gymnastics speaks out against reporting on alleged abuse.
John Manly, who represents a number of former gymnasts alleging abuse in lawsuits filed against USA Gymnastics, joins Bob Ley on OTL to discuss the alleged abuse in the organization.
Talks continue over GB vs. U.S. showdown
A Ryder-Cup style multi-sport contest between Great Britain and the United States remains a possibility after the BOA said they were in "live" talks with their U.S. counterparts.
Muir: The heat is on after double gold
Great Britain's Laura Muir admits she must now handle the pressure after double gold at the European Indoor Championships.
Goggia edges Vonn again, captures Super-G
Sofia Goggia finished 0.04 seconds ahead of Lindsey Vonn in the Super-G, 24 hours after beating her American rival by 0.07 in the downhill.
Tyson Fury and David Haye disagreed in their appraisal of Anthony Joshua on Saturday, but what is definite is the Briton will face a much sterner test against Wladimir Klitschko.
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