How do I get rid of ankle pain?

Seek help. It is difficult to know why you are having ankle pain without an evaluation. I would recommend seeing a physical therapist to determine what might be going on with your ankle and to develop a treatment program appropriate for you.
Depends. There are too many sources of ankle to pain to list here and equally many ways to address the pain. The treatment and the ability to control it would depend on an accurate diagnosis and workup. See a foot and ankle specialist for the right plan.
Need a diagnosis. Much like when you take your car in for repairs, prior to jumping to treatment, you need a diagnosis for the cause of your pain.

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Any ways to get rid of ankle pain fast before a race?

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What can I do to get rid of reoccurring ankle pain espically after sports?

Ice down see doc. There are many causes of pain after sport activity. They range from poor conditioning/training , to inappropriate shoe wear to internal derangements of the ankle. Icing down after a pain provoking activity is usually helpful, but seeing a sports medicine doctor or foot and ankle specialist is necessary to rule more serious problems. Read more...
Have it. Checked. Did you have a injury? Where does it hurt on outside or inside? Better information will help give better information. Read more...
At your age. At your age, there could be many reasons that cause reoccuring ankle pain, but the key is to treat the "cause" of the pain and not just the pain itself. I agree with previous posts and those all could be etiologies of your pain. It's better to get it checked out if self treatment fails. Best of luck. Read more...