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International New York Times Sports
Oct 28, 2016

Global Sports: Soccer Without Headers? New Research Shows It's Worth Discussing
A study by the University of Stirling in Scotland has found that a single session of heading the ball can significantly affect a player''s brain function and memory for 24 hours.

International New York Times Sports
Oct 28, 2016

On Soccer: Soccer Without Headers? New Research Shows It's Worth Discussing
A study has found that a single session of heading the ball can significantly affect a player''s brain function and memory for 24 hours.

International New York Times Sports
Oct 24, 2016

Too Good to Be Ignored: Women Who Reached the Top in Sports
A new book, 'Game Changers: The Unsung Heroines of Sports History,' looks at women who overcame tremendous obstacles.

International New York Times Sports
Oct 23, 2016

Sports Briefing: Andrés Iniesta's Injury Mars Barcelona's Thrilling Win
Lionel Messi''s penalty kick in stoppage time at Valencia moved Barcelona to the top of the Spanish league.

International New York Times Sports
Oct 19, 2016

On Soccer: The Five Months in Mexico That Shaped Pep Guardiola's Philosophy
At the end of his playing days, the current Manchester City manager went out of his way to play for, and pick the mind of, a little-known coach he had always admired.

International New York Times Sports
Oct 15, 2016

Team Sky Tried to Rise Above Doping and Landed in an Ethics Quagmire
Many, including members of the successful British cycling team itself, believe it is pushing the rules by using the World Anti-Doping Agency''s therapeutic-exemption system to its advantage.

International New York Times Sports
Oct 14, 2016

Sports Briefing: Se Ri Pak, a Golfing Inspiration, Retires at South Korean Event
Pak, who won 25 L.P.G.A. titles and five majors, was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2007.

International New York Times Sports
Oct 13, 2016

Barred From Baseball (in Taiwan)
The nation''s game-fixing scandal from 2006 to 2009 ruined careers and shamed many of those involved into hiding. Two star players share how they have sought to redeem themselves.

International New York Times Sports
Oct 13, 2016

The Scouting Tools of the Pros: A Controller and a Video Game
Games like FIFA that were designed to reflect the sport''s reality have helped alter it, influencing professional players and front offices.

International New York Times Sports
Oct 13, 2016

How Video Games Are Changing the Way Soccer is Played
Games like FIFA that were designed to reflect the sport''s reality have helped alter it, influencing professional players and front offices.

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