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Jim Thorpe restored as sole gold medalist in 1912 Olympic events
Europe · New York

Jim Thorpe restored as sole gold medalist in 1912 Olympic events

42% Center coverage: 65 sources
Jim Thorpe reinstated as sole winner of 1912 Olympic pentathlon and decathlon. Thorpe stripped of gold medals for violations of strict amateurism rules of the time. IOC to announce change Friday on 110th anniversary of Thorpe's decathlon win. King Gustav V of Sweden proclaimed Thorpe as "the greatest athlete in the world"See the Story
OU assistant head football coach Cale Gundy resigns
Twitter · Norman

OU assistant head football coach Cale Gundy resigns

37% Center coverage: 29 sources
Cale Gundy, an assistant head coach for the Sooners, resigned after using offensive language during a film session last week. The 50-year-old coach made the decision in a statement on social media and a statement from the school followed. He had been with the program since 1999. Gundy apologized in his post and explained why he resigned. See the Story
Oklahoma town’s first openly gay mayor resigns over harassment, threats ‘bordering on violence’
US & Canada · The Village

Oklahoma town’s first openly gay mayor resigns over harassment, threats ‘bordering on violence’

67% Left coverage: 15 sources
Adam Graham, the first openly gay mayor of The Village, a town just outside Oklahoma City, has resigned, writing in a resignation letter that he no longer feels safe enough to serve. “In the last month, I’ve been followed home from meetings, threatened while walking my dog, harassed at Starbucks and have had my tires slashed,” Graham wrote Monday in a letter to Bruce Stone, the city manager. He said certain sects of The Village’s population had recently become “emboldened” to pursue threats and attacks against him “bordering on violence.”See the Story

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