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Jun 26, 2019

Why So Many Horses Have Died at Santa Anita
There were 30 horse deaths in six months. Many blame a culture of chasing profits and a racing surface trainers say was unsafe.

New York Times Sports
Jun 26, 2019

How Horse Racing Went Horribly Wrong at Santa Anita
There were 30 horse deaths in six months. Many blame a culture of chasing profits and a racing surface trainers say was unsafe.

New York Times Sports
Jun 26, 2019

Could a Gut Bacteria Supplement Make Us Run Faster?
Running a marathon ramps up levels of a gut bacteria that made mice run faster, but it's unclear whether it would work in people.

New York Times Sports
Jun 26, 2019

For U.S. Men's Soccer Team, Gold Cup Offers Path Back From the Abyss
Trinidad, which sent the Americans crashing out of the last World Cup, has been vanquished. Now Panama poses the first real challenge for a new-look team.

New York Times Sports
Jun 26, 2019

As the Twins Stay Hot, La Tortuga Earns a Warm Embrace in Minnesota
Willians Astudillo, a.k.a. la Tortuga (or the Turtle), doesn't look like most major leaguers. And with a rare ability to make contact, he doesn't hit like them, either.

New York Times Sports
Jun 26, 2019

Tempers Flare as the Phillies Strike Late Against the Mets
Maikel Franco hit a go-ahead two-run homer for the second straight game, and the Phillies beat the Mets, 7-5, on Tuesday night.

New York Times Sports
Jun 26, 2019

Yankees Take M.L.B. Record by Going Deep in a 28th Straight Game
D.J. LeMahieu and Aaron Judge hit back-to-back homers in the first inning of a win over Toronto to break the record held by the 2002 Texas Rangers.

New York Times Sports
Jun 25, 2019

Yankees Break a Record With Home Run in 28th Straight Game
D.J. LeMahieu hit a home run in the Yankees' first at-bat of the game to break the record held by the 2002 Texas Rangers.

New York Times Sports
Jun 25, 2019

Far From World Cup, Hints of Rebellion Inside U.S. Soccer
Current and former employees have been excoriating the federation's top executives online in an effort to alert leaders to what they called a "toxic" culture.

New York Times Sports
Jun 25, 2019

‘If You Don't Have It, You're Behind': College Baseball's Tech Arms Race
The technological wave that swept M.L.B. has reached college baseball, but the price of high-tech devices has created a bigger gulf between the haves and have-nots.

New York Times Sports
Jun 25, 2019

In Women's World Cup Origin Story, Fact and Fiction Blur
FIFA recognizes a France-Netherlands encounter in 1971 as the first women's international match. It was no such thing, but that doesn't diminish the women who took part.

New York Times Sports
Jun 25, 2019

For U.S. Goalkeeper, a Moment to Forget and a Lesson She'll Remember
Alyssa Naeher faced her first big test at the World Cup against Spain, and got one thing very wrong. But she survived, and the U.S. advanced.

New York Times Sports
Jun 25, 2019

Tennis Travails, Not Triumphs, Gain a Spotlight in an Instagram Series
Through "Behind the Racquet," players are opening up about anxieties regarding injuries, finances and mental health.

New York Times Sports
Jun 25, 2019

Giannis Antetokounmpo Is Named M.V.P. at N.B.A. Awards
Antetokounmpo, a 24-year-old from Greece, beat out Paul George of Oklahoma City and James Harden of Houston, who won the award last year.

New York Times Sports
Jun 25, 2019

Yankees Hit Home Run in 27th Straight Game, Tying Major League Record
Aaron Hicks and Giancarlo Stanton each had three-run shots, moving the Yankees into a tie with the 2002 Rangers, who had Alex Rodriguez.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

After Fan Is Hit by a Cody Bellinger Foul, Dodgers Say They Are Studying Extra Netting
The team said it would put the recommended changes into effect and extend the netting but provided no timeline or details on possible changes.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

Mets' Mickey Callaway, on His 2nd Try, Apologizes for a Confrontation
After a clubhouse episode on Sunday in which Callaway and Vargas had harsh words for a reporter, neither was eager to admit fault.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

U.S. Holds Off an Ascendant Spain, for Now, at Women's World Cup
Live updates and analysis of the United States' game against Spain in the round of 16 of the Women's World Cup.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

The Knicks Are Fined $50,000 for Barring The Daily News
The team and the newspaper have a long-running feud over coverage. But the league said the Knicks violated a policy requiring access to some events.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

How the U.S. Beat Spain at the Women's World Cup
Live updates and analysis of the United States' game against Spain in the round of 16 of the Women's World Cup.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

How the U.S. Beat Spain at the Women's World Cup
Live updates and analysis of the United States' game against Spain in the round of 16 of the Women's World Cup.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

Painting the Town Orange: A Day Out With the Dutch at the World Cup
The Netherlands has a team capable of challenging for the World Cup title. Its fans are winning wherever they go.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

USWNT vs. Spain Live Score: Updates from Women's World Cup
Live updates and analysis of the United States' game against Spain in the round of 16 of the Women's World Cup.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

Italy Is Chosen to Host 2026 Winter Olympics
Milan and the ski resort of Cortina d'Ampezzo beat a Swedish bid that included Stockholm and the ski resort in Are for the Games.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

USWNT vs. Spain: Live Score and Updates
Live updates and analysis of the United States' game against Spain in the round of 16 of the Women's World Cup.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

L.P.G.A. Has an Abundance of Stars but Scarcely a Stage
With limited television exposure, the L.P.G.A. is failing to capitalize on its young, charismatic players from around the world.

New York Times Sports
Jun 24, 2019

The Giants Changed Corey Ballentine's Life. Hours Later So Did a Bullet.
Ballentine was drafted by the Giants in April. Hours later, he was struck by gunshot in a tragic moment that took the life of his best friend.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

Hannah Green Goes Wire to Wire at Women's P.G.A. Championship
Using lessons gleaned from her mentor, Karrie Webb, Green became the first Australian woman to win a major since 2006.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

France Survives, Sending Marta and Brazil to the Exit
Amandine Henry's goal in extra time saved the hosts, and kept alive the chances for a quarterfinal showdown against the U.S.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

With Loss to the Cubs, the Mets Implode on the Field and in the Clubhouse
Staked to a lead with Jacob deGrom on the mound, the Mets could not hold on. Manager Mickey Callaway then lashed out at a reporter.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

Astros Offer Yankees a Potential Glimpse of the Postseason
Houston was missing two of its best hitters for this series. But Justin Verlander was on the mound Sunday and the Astros won the season series between the teams.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

Justin Verlander Shows Yankees What They're Missing on the Mound
Verlander dominated the Yankees over seven innings while J.A. Happ struggled against the Astros, highlighting the lack of a true ace in the Bronx.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

Green Goes Wire to Wire to Win First Major at LPGA Championship
Green became the first wire-to-wire winner of this major since 2011 and the first Australian woman to win a major since 2006.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

Andy Murray Returns From Hip Surgery With a Title
Murray capped a remarkable week 146 days after hip surgery that he hoped would save his career. In January he had indicated he was planning to retire after Wimbledon because of severe pain.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

In First World Cup, Rose Lavelle Is Driving U.S. Forward
‘The strength of this team is we have a lot of strengths,' says a midfielder who has emerged as one of the most important ones.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

Murray Returns From Hip Surgery With a Title
Murray capped a remarkable week 146 days after undergoing what he hopes was career-saving hip surgery. In January he had indicated he was planning to retire after Wimbledon because of the severe pain he felt on a daily basis.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

England Beats Seething Cameroon 3-0 to Advance in World Cup
As the Cameroon players protested and play was delayed, England's staff and players watched in disbelief.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

For Spain, Investment Pays Off at the World Cup
Dozens of countries have embraced women's soccer in recent years. Few have done so quite as completely as Spain, which faces the United States on Monday.

New York Times Sports
Jun 23, 2019

Sailing Into Uncharted Waters
SailGP boats send out live data and video on every aspect of the boat and crew movements, a new technology used for the first time in a professional series.

New York Times Sports
Jun 22, 2019

Pete Alonso Continues His Torrid Pace as Mets Win in Chicago
Alonso hit his 26th home run, setting a National League record for most homers by a rookie before the All-Star Game.

New York Times Sports
Jun 22, 2019

Santa Anita Park's Death Toll Reaches 30 Racehorses
American Currency's death on Saturday, the 30th this meeting, prompted the park owners to bar the horse's Hall of Fame trainer, Jerry Hollendorfer.

New York Times Sports
Jun 22, 2019

Devils Acquire P.K. Subban on a Busy Second Day of the N.H.L. Draft
A day after taking the American center Jack Hughes with the No. 1 pick of the N.H.L. draft, the Devils landed Subban, a star defenseman, and also right wing John Hayden, from Chicago.

New York Times Sports
Jun 22, 2019

UConn May Return to the Big East and Some Familiar Rivals
The move for the 2020-21 academic year could be announced as soon as next week, according to a conference official who was not authorized to speak about it publicly.

New York Times Sports
Jun 22, 2019

P.K. Subban Acquired by Devils in a Trade With Nashville
A day after taking the American center Jack Hughes with the No. 1 pick of the N.H.L. draft, the Devils landed Subban, a star defenseman, and also right wing John Hayden, from Chicago.

New York Times Sports
Jun 22, 2019

Devils Acquire P.K. Subban From the Nashville Predators
Just hours after taking the American center Jack Hughes with the No. 1 pick of the N.H.L. draft, the Devils landed a star defenseman.

New York Times Sports
Jun 22, 2019

Corinne Diacre and the Game of Her Life
France's coach has given decades to soccer as a player and pioneer, and she has spent the last two years building a World Cup contender. Is her reward — and France's — finally within reach?

New York Times Sports
Jun 22, 2019

American Players Rise to the Top in the N.H.L. Draft
The first round of the N.H.L. draft on Friday was one of the strongest showings ever by American-born players — and not just because of the No. 1 pick, Jack Hughes.

New York Times Sports
Jun 22, 2019

Does Fluffy Really Want to Be an Adventure Cat?
With a leash and a harness, any feline can safely explore the great outdoors. But owners need to be mindful of signs of stress.

New York Times Sports
Jun 22, 2019

An IndyCar Champion Was Formed by Teaching Others to Drive
Pagenaud said he would not have won an Indy 500 or a series championship if he had not started his own racing school in his native France.

New York Times Sports
Jun 22, 2019

Hannah Green Leads by 3 Strokes at the Women's P.G.A. Championship
Green, a 22-year-old Australian, held onto her opening-round lead.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

U.S. Women's Team and U.S. Soccer Agree to Mediation Over Gender Discrimination Claim
The mediation is to begin as soon as possible after the women finish playing at the Women's World Cup in France.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

2019 N.H.L. Draft: Devils Take Jack Hughes at No. 1, and the Rangers Pick Kaapo Kakko
The first pick was no surprise. Hughes, 18, has topped draft lists all year and was named the top North American prospect by N.H.L. Central Scouting.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

Aaron Judge Returns to a Yankees Lineup That Hasn't Skipped a Beat
The Yankees have managed to keep winning despite a makeshift lineup, and now they have welcomed back several stars from the injured list, including Judge.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

Jeff McNeil Fills a New Outfield Role but Keeps Fueling the Mets at the Plate
McNeil started in right field for the first time in his career and drove in three runs in the Mets' win at Chicago.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

Stephen Curry Finally Gets Some Rest (but Only From Basketball)
In a wide-ranging interview, Curry, the Warriors guard, spoke about the brutal postseason, possibly campaigning in 2020 and what he wants for himself, next season and after the N.B.A.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

A's Pitcher Frankie Montas Is Suspended 80 Games
Montas tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug and became the sixth player suspended this year under the major league drug program.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

The N.B.A.'s Hot Stove Has Burned Down the League
Two-thirds of Thursday's draft picks were traded, and the real drama hasn't even begun. The N.B.A. is in for an extreme makeover this summer.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

The N.B.A.'s Draft Show Goes On, With Style — Even if It Shouldn't
This year's class wore gold chains, purple pinstripes and a snakeskin suit. But, as stars, will they be allowed to feel as good as they looked?

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

What the Knicks Need Is Out There, but the Nets Can Snatch It Away
The signing of Kevin Durant this summer in free agency was expected to fix New York basketball. Too bad for the Knicks that also could mean the Nets.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

Draft Done, What's Next for the Knicks and Nets? Patience and Free Agency
R.J. Barrett could turn out to be a terrific draft pick, but the Knicks need much more to contend. Both New York teams are eyeing free agency and have money to spend.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

Richmond Is at a Crossroads. Will Arthur Ashe Boulevard Point the Way?
On Saturday, the city will rename a major thoroughfare after Ashe. It will slice across Monument Avenue, known for its outsized statues of Confederate generals.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

Trevor Bauer, Baseball's Imperfect Evangelist
Bauer is insistent on driving the sport forward through technology and engagement with fans. His toughest task might be staying out of his own way.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

N.H.L. Draft: The Devils, Sooner Than Expected, Have the No. 1 Pick Again
The team is expected to select Jack Hughes, an 18-year-old American center, or Kaapo Kakko, an 18-year-old right wing from Finland.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

Yankees Defeat the Astros for Their 6th Win in a Row
A six-run fourth inning powered the Yankees past the visiting Houston Astros, 10-6.

New York Times Sports
Jun 21, 2019

2019 N.B.A. Draft Results: Analysis of Every Pick in Round 1
Zion Williamson was taken No. 1 overall as expected. After the first few picks it became a round full of surprises.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

Who Every Team Picked in Round 1 of the N.B.A. Draft
Zion Williamson was taken No. 1 overall as expected, but after that? It was a round full of surprises.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

N.B.A. Draft Updates: Live Pick-by-Pick Analysis
Williamson was taken No. 1 overall as expected, but now anything can happen. Stay here for live updates.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

N.B.A. Draft Live Results and Pick-by-Pick Analysis
Williamson was taken No. 1 overall as expected, but now anything can happen. Stay here for live updates.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

Rays to Explore Making Montreal a Part-Time Home
The team received approval to look into an unusual proposal: playing half its home games in the Tampa Bay area and half in Montreal.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

Rui Hachimura Is Ready to Make History for Japan in the N.B.A.
Hachimura was drafted in the first round on Thursday, making him the first Japanese player to be selected that soon.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

Michelle Wie, in Pain After a Shooting an 84, Suggests Her Career May End Soon
"I'm not entirely sure how much more I have left in me," said Wie, who missed two months of competition to injuries and had to ice her wrist during the first round of the Women's P.G.A. Championship.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

Michelle Wie, in Pain After Shooting an 84, Suggests Her Career May End Soon
"I'm not entirely sure how much more I have left in me," said Wie, who missed two months of competition to injuries and had to ice her wrist during the first round of the Women's P.G.A. Championship.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

N.B.A. Draft Live Updates: Round 1 Pick-by-Pick Analysis
Williamson was taken No. 1 overall as expected, but now anything can happen. Stay here for live updates.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

U.S. Storms Past Sweden, Posting Third Straight World Cup Shutout
Live updates and analysis of the United States-Sweden game at the Women's World Cup.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

Robert Kraft Steps Back Into the Limelight, Thousands of Miles Away in Israel
The New England Patriots owner, who has been under legal scrutiny in a Florida prostitution case, accepted one of Israel's most prestigious awards for his philanthropy there.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

Andy Murray Makes a Satisfying, if Not Rousing, Return in London
Murray played his first competitive match since he raised the possibility of retiring at the Australian Open, winning a doubles match at Queen's Club.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

What to Expect in Round 1 of the 2019 N.B.A. Draft
The top three picks, including Duke's Zion Williamson at No. 1, are a virtual lock. But after that? Anything could happen.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

Mets Fire Pitching Coach Dave Eiland as Staff Struggles
The Mets' pitchers had high expectations this year but have struggled, carrying a 4.67 E.R.A. into their series in Chicago against the Cubs.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

How the USWNT Defeated Sweden, 2-0, at the World Cup
Live updates and analysis of the United States-Sweden game at the Women's World Cup.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

How the USWNT Defeated Sweden, 2-0, at the Women's World Cup
Live updates and analysis of the United States-Sweden game at the Women's World Cup.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

USWNT Leads Sweden, 1-0: Live Score and Updates
Live updates and analysis of the United States-Sweden game at the Women's World Cup.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

Mets Said to Fire Pitching Coach Dave Eiland
The pitching staff had high expectations this year but has struggled so far, carrying a 4.67 E.R.A. into their upcoming series against the Cubs.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

She's 103 and Just Ran the 100-Meter Dash. Her Life Advice? ‘Look for Magic Moments'
Julia "Hurricane" Hawkins took up running at age 100. "As I get older, I feel like I only have so many 100-yard dashes left, and I don't want to waste them in practice," she said.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

When War Turned My Country Into Chaos, Tennis Gave Me a Home
The fighting in Yugoslavia forced my family to immigrate to Canada, where I found solace on the court.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

She's 103 and Just Ran the 100-Meter Dash. We (Naturally) Asked for Life Advice.
"As I get older, I feel like I only have so many 100-yard dashes left, and I don't want to waste them in practice," Julia "Hurricane" Hawkins said.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

With Darius Garland, the N.B.A.'s ‘Three-Player' Draft Now has Four Stars
The Vanderbilt point guard has forced his way into a conversation that for months has included just three names: Zion Williamson, Ja Morant and R.J. Barrett.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

Zion Williamson Is The Choosing One
LeBron James was The Chosen One, a gift to basketball. As the heir to James's cultivated power, Williamson can decide what the N.B.A. gives to him.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

U.S. Might Be the World Cup's Best Team. It Is Definitely the Best Draw.
Fans have flocked to games featuring the U.S. women's team at the World Cup, to the delight of cities fortunate enough to host them.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

Her Tears of Joy Celebrated the Resilience of a Battered Team
Nualphan Lamsam is known in Thailand as Madam Pang. The general manager's emotional response to her team's first goal in this World Cup is one of the tournament's memorable moments so far.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

N.H.L. Awards: Nikita Kucherov Wins M.V.P. Honors, and Barry Trotz Is Named Top Coach
Barry Trotz of the Islanders won his second Jack Adams Award as the best coach.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

U.S. Faces Sweden at the World Cup With Something to Gain but Even More to Prove
The Americans, who have clinched a spot in the round of 16, will end the group stage against the team that knocked them out of the 2016 Olympics.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

World Cup: England Defeats Japan While Scotland and Argentina Draw
Argentina overcame a three-goal deficit in the final 30 minutes for a draw that eliminated the Scots.

New York Times Sports
Jun 20, 2019

For China's ‘Steel Roses,' World Cup Is Only the Latest Letdown
China's women's national team was once one of the world's best. Now it hopes to regain its glory as part of Xi Jinping's effort to make China a soccer superpower.

New York Times Sports
Jun 19, 2019

David Ortiz Shooting Was Case of Mistaken Identity, Officials Say
The shooting last week that left Ortiz wounded was actually intended to target a friend of his who was wearing a similar shirt, the authorities in the Dominican Republic said.

New York Times Sports
Jun 19, 2019

Mets Road Woes Continue With Pummeling by Braves
The Mets have dropped 13 of 18 games on the road and fell even farther behind the N.L. East-leading Braves.

New York Times Sports
Jun 19, 2019

After 3 World Cup Games, England Sees Itself With a Few More to Run
The team is not afraid to say that it is a title contender this year.

New York Times Sports
Jun 19, 2019

C.C. Sabathia Bounces Back for 250th Win as Yankees Crush Rays
Sabathia rediscovered his form and held the Rays to one run. But the Yankees' power provided more than enough cushion in a dismantling of Tampa Bay.

New York Times Sports
Jun 19, 2019

FIFA Takes Control of Soccer in Africa, Where the Sport Is in Chaos
Wary of bigger problems, FIFA sends its No. 2 official to take charge of African soccer temporarily.

New York Times Sports
Jun 19, 2019

David Ortiz Was Not Target of Shooting, Authorities Say
The authorities in the Dominican Republic said the target was another man who was sitting at the same table as Ortiz.

New York Times Sports
Jun 19, 2019

Black Superstars Pitch Adidas Shoes. Its Black Workers Say They're Sidelined.
Fewer than 4.5 percent of the workers at the company's North American headquarters identify as black. Members of that small group say they feel ignored and sometimes discriminated against.

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