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  • Minimum age for Olympic figure skating raised to 17

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  • Nathan Chen, Erin Jackson and Mikaela Shiffrin talk handling the pressure

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  • How to keep kids safe around water: Olympians share tips

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  • Nathan Chen talks Olympic pressure: I just wanted to go home

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  • Allyson Felix announces retirement following 2022 track season

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  • China faces international scrutiny as Paralympic Games begin

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  • Paralympic athlete affected by Chornobyl disaster wins gold medal

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  • Team USA Paralympic athletes arrive in Beijing

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  • Nathan Chen thanks mom after Olympic gold: ‘This medal is largely hers’

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  • Olympian Nathan Chen reunites with mom live on TODAY

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  • Sports officials consider raising minimum age in figure skating

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US swimmer Lydia Jacoby talks about her upset gold medal in 100m breaststroke

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In a huge upset, a teen from Alaska, Lydia Jacoby, won the 100-meter breaststroke to become the first American woman to get a gold medal at the Olympics. Joining TODAY in Tokyo, the 17-year-old says, “it’s just incredible to come out of the water and see my name on the scoreboard.” She adds that “it meant a lot” to be congratulated by her teammate Lily King, whom she upset to win the gold.