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Jul 18, 2019

New York City Triathlon Is Canceled Because of Heat Warnings
The decision came a day after Mayor de Blasio urged race directors not to hold the event on Sunday, when temperatures in the high 90s are expected.

New York Times Sports
Jul 18, 2019

2 Horses Die at Del Mar Racetrack in a Collision During Training
A rider was also injured in the accident, which occurred on the second day of the track's season and followed 30 horse fatalities during the recent meet at Santa Anita Park.

New York Times Sports
Jul 18, 2019

A Tough British Open Start for Tiger Woods, and Several Other Stars
Woods shot a seven-over-par 78, a stroke better than Rory McIlroy, the local favorite at Royal Portrush. J.B. Holmes, a long-driving American, took the first-round lead.

New York Times Sports
Jul 18, 2019

Seattle's New N.H.L. Team Chooses Ron Francis as G.M.
The unnamed expansion team will not join the league until 2021, but the ownership group has tasked Francis, a Hall of Famer, with building the squad.

New York Times Sports
Jul 18, 2019

Rory McIlroy Off to Nightmare Start in British Open
The No. 3-ranked golfer is among players who struggled in their first round on the newly renovated course.

New York Times Sports
Jul 18, 2019

Is This Pro Lacrosse's Moment? This Star Is Betting Everything on It
Paul Rabil wants to give lacrosse players a chance to finally become full-time pros like him. And investors believe there's a hungry fan base for his new Premier Lacrosse League.

New York Times Sports
Jul 18, 2019

On the Road With the Tour de France
The most glorious and heartbreaking of cycling races, a pell-mell journey of three weeks to Paris.

New York Times Sports
Jul 18, 2019

For Northern Ireland, this British Open Is More Than a Golf Tournament
Rory McIlroy and other golfers see the decision to host the Open at Royal Portrush as am emblem of progress in Northern Ireland.

New York Times Sports
Jul 18, 2019

Seeking Soccer Talent, Club Executives Turn to Speed Dating
Talk is fast and movement can be frenzied as club executives meet in person to negotiate transfers.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

Pumpsie Green, First Black Player for Boston Red Sox, Dies at 85
Green, who played mostly at second base and shortstop, broke the color barrier for the last major league franchise of the time that remained all white.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

Mets Bullpen Shows Signs of Life in 2-Game Sweep of the Twins
The Mets' beleaguered relievers stifled Minnesota over two days, but the victories came with bad news: An injury to Zack Wheeler, a potential trade asset.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

James Dolan's Company Escalates a Fight With The Daily News
The Madison Square Garden Company, the parent company of the Knicks, went on the offensive in unusually personal terms after a new report about a battle over real estate in Southern California.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

Caught Up in the College Admissions Scandal: Stanford's Boathouse
A sailing coach pleaded guilty to federal charges related to the cheating and bribery scheme. A rowing coach was fired, but the university won't say why.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

After a Long Wait, Caleb Ewan Posts His First Tour de France Stage Win
Ewan, a 25-year-old Australian, edged a fellow sprinter, Dylan Groenewegen, by a tire's width and was awarded the victory after a photo finish.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

At Tour de France, Caleb Ewan Posts First Stage Win and Julian Alaphilippe Keeps Lead
Ewan, a 25-year-old Australian, edged a fellow sprinter, Dylan Groenewegen, by a tire's width and was awarded the victory after a photo finish.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

World Series of Poker Champion Wins One for the Older Crowd
Hossein Ensan, 55, won $10 million at the event in Las Vegas and became the oldest player to win in 20 years.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

LeBron James's Agent, Rich Paul, Starts a Sports Division at a Hollywood Firm
Paul, the agent for nearly two dozen N.B.A. stars including James, will lead a new sports division for United Talent Agency.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

Domingo German, the Yankees' Surprising Ace, Has an Ideally Flawed Mentor
As he floundered last season, German sought out a stranger from his hometown in the Dominican Republic who knew all too well what it meant to stumble in the majors.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

Stanford Boathouse Enters Spotlight for All the Wrong Reasons
A sailing coach pleaded guilty in the college admissions scandal. A rowing coach was fired, but the university won't say why.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

Nate Lashley Finally Breaks Out After Playing Golf Through Tragedy
Lashley, 36, lost his family just before turning pro. Fifteen years later, he is playing the best golf of his career heading into the British Open.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

Racing ‘Peking to Paris' in Classic Cars: ‘The Best Part Is the Beer at Night'
For 36 days over 8,500 miles, racers cajole their classic and collectible cars across dirt paths, rivers and mountains in an event first run in 1907.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

Yankees Beat Rays in a Game Full of Firepower
Aaron Judge hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in the eighth, and soon after that, Didi Gregorius hit a grand slam. Two innings before, the benches cleared and Gregorius had to restrain C.C. Sabathia.

New York Times Sports
Jul 17, 2019

Mets Open Series With Victory Over Twins
Michael Conforto went 4 for 4, scored and drove in a run, and six Mets relievers combined for five shutout innings.

New York Times Sports
Jul 16, 2019

Jerry Seltzer Dies at 87; Revived Roller Derby, Elbows and All
His father invented a sport in which roller-skating players muscle and shove one another on a banked track. He used television to expand its audience.

New York Times Sports
Jul 16, 2019

Royal Portrush, Once Deemed Too Small, Gets Another Shot at the British Open
In 1951 the Open was played outside of Scotland and England for the first time at the club in Northern Ireland. Almost 70 years later, the Open returns.

New York Times Sports
Jul 16, 2019

For Rory McIlroy, It All Started at Royal Portrush
The golfer was 16 years old when he set the course record in 2005, a feat that announced he had arrived. He has since gone on to win four majors.

New York Times Sports
Jul 16, 2019

Graeme McDowell Makes It Home, but Just Barely
The golfer grew up in the Northern Ireland town where the British Open will be played, but he didn't qualify to play in it until June.

New York Times Sports
Jul 16, 2019

Jerry Seltzer, Who Revived Roller Derby, Elbows and All, Dies at 87
His father invented a sport in which roller-skating players muscle and shove one another on a banked track. He used television to expand its audience.

New York Times Sports
Jul 16, 2019

For Modern Strikeouts, Pitchers Veer Outside the Strike Zone
It's a paradox for today's big-league pitchers: M.L.B. is on pace for another strikeout record, but fewer pitches than ever are going inside the rule-book zone.

New York Times Sports
Jul 16, 2019

LeBron James Jr. Is 14. He Already Draws Curious Crowds.
Fans packed a youth basketball tournament in South Carolina to catch a glimpse of LeBron James's eldest child, who goes by Bronny.

New York Times Sports
Jul 16, 2019

Croatia Basketball's Excellent Adventure in Las Vegas
Playing in the N.B.A. summer league, visits to an outlet mall and a photograph with Vince Carter. "It's going to be hard to go back to reality."

New York Times Sports
Jul 16, 2019

Rays Defeat the Yankees With 3 Homers From Travis d'Arnaud
The last was a three-run shot off Aroldis Chapman with two outs in the ninth inning.

New York Times Sports
Jul 15, 2019

An Epic Wimbledon Final Gives Way to Plans for a Grand Future
All England Club officials plan to vastly expand the venue over five years, and Novak Djokovic aims for longevity that matches Roger Federer's.

New York Times Sports
Jul 15, 2019

Iranian Soccer Star's Sister Wants Women to Be Allowed at His Matches
For four decades, Iran has prohibited female fans from buying tickets and attending men's matches. FIFA wants the ban lifted.

New York Times Sports
Jul 15, 2019

Pernell Whitaker, Champion in Four Boxing Classes, Dies at 55
A defensive master, Whitaker "could stand in front of you and you couldn't find him," one boxing announcer said. He died after being struck by a car in Virginia.

New York Times Sports
Jul 15, 2019

England's World Cup Nail-Biter Might Have Been the Greatest Cricket Match Ever
A fluky play, a 241-241 tie, and finally a win on a tiebreaker.

New York Times Sports
Jul 15, 2019

England's World Cup Nail-Biter Might Be the Greatest Cricket Match Ever
A fluky play, a 241-241 tie, and finally a win on a tiebreaker.

New York Times Sports
Jul 15, 2019

Cappie Pondexter, Retired from the W.N.B.A., Has ‘Never Been So Alive'
The former Liberty and Mercury star won two championships in a long career, but just months into her post-basketball life, she's discovering new rewards.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

The Crowd Roars for Federer, and Djokovic Tunes Out the Noise
Novak Djokovic came prepared to face the pro-Federer frenzy. He got the last word anyway: the victory.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Gio Urshela Keeps Doing All the Little Things for the Yankees
The third baseman started the year in the minors, but he has used his bat and glove to push the team to many wins, including Sunday's over Toronto.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Hsieh and Strycova Capture Doubles Title, Then Hit the Ball
The men's doubles and singles finals took so long that the women's doubles champions had to scramble to get to Wimbledon's champions dinner on time.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Algeria and Senegal Push Through to Africa Cup Final
Senegal got past Tunisia thanks to an own goal and Algeria got a goal in extra time to break a tie.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Robinson Cano and Jeff McNeil Power Mets Past Marlins
Cano had four hits and homered for a second consecutive game, helping give Jacob deGrom a win.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Back in Action, Thibaut Pinot Gives France Hope in Tour de France
After spending a year away as a result of illness, Pinot has an outside chance to be the first Frenchman to win the race since 1985.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

England, the Birthplace of Cricket, Captures Cricket World Cup
In a closely-contested match with New Zealand that required the first Super Over in tournament history, England finally won its first title.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Novak Djokovic Wins Wimbledon, Outlasting Roger Federer
Djokovic prevailed in the first fifth-set tiebreaker in a Wimbledon final to claim his 16th Grand Slam title.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Novak Djokovic Wins Wimbledon: Live Updates
Djokovic outlasted Roger Federer in five sets to claim his fifth Wimbledon championship and 16th Grand Slam title.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Federer and Djokovic in 5th Set: Live Updates
In the Wimbledon men's final, Roger Federer is seeking his 21st Grand Slam title, and Novak Djokovic is trying to win his 16th.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Wimbledon Men's Final Heads to 5th Set: Live Updates
Roger Federer is seeking his 21st Grand Slam title, and Novak Djokovic is trying to win his 16th.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Wimbledon Live Updates: Djokovic vs. Federer
Roger Federer is seeking his 21st Grand Slam title, and Novak Djokovic is trying to win his 16th.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Federer vs. Djokovic: Live Updates From Wimbledon
In Sunday's final, Federer is seeking his 21st Grand Slam title, and Djokovic is trying to win his 16th.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Roger Federer vs. Novak Djokovic: Live Updates From Wimbledon
In Sunday's final, Federer is seeking his 21st Grand Slam title, and Djokovic is trying to win his 16th.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

U.S. Soccer Sponsor Enters Equal Pay Fight on Women's Side
Procter & Gamble urged the federation ‘to be on the right side of history,' and donated more than $500,000 to the team's players association.

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Gardeners Give Two-Tone Wimbledon Some Strokes of Color
Amid all-white outfits and green grass courts, the All England Club aspires to present "tennis in an English garden."

New York Times Sports
Jul 14, 2019

Wimbledon Preview: Roger Federer vs. Novak Djokovic
In Sunday's final, Federer will be seeking his 21st Grand Slam title, and Djokovic will be aiming for his 16th.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

Yankees Fall to Blue Jays but Keep Scoring Streak Alive
Toronto won, 2-1, on Saturday, but the Yankees' sole run extended their streak of scoring at least one run to 172 games.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

Robinson Cano's Two-Run Homer Gives Mets the Win Against the Marlins
Cano hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the eighth inning that lifted the Mets to a 4-2 victory over the Miami Marlins.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

How Simona Halep Beat Serena Williams for the Wimbledon Title
Halep captured her first championship at the All England Club, denying Williams her record-tying 24th Grand Slam singles title.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

Julian Alaphilippe and Thibaut Pinot Boost French Hopes at Tour de France
Alaphilippe retook the overall lead on Saturday in Stage 8, and Pinot asserted himself as a strong contender for the final victory.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

Serena Williams Was on a Roll at Wimbledon. Simona Halep Stopped Her.
With a chance to tie the record for Grand Slam titles, Williams was blown out by a fast-moving Halep in straight sets.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

Angels Honor Tyler Skaggs With an Amazing Game
For the Angels, their fans and even numerologists, the combined no-hitter and emotional 13-0 rout was something to behold.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

Simona Halep Beats Serena Williams for Wimbledon Title
Halep captured her first championship at the All England Club, denying Williams her record-tying 24th Grand Slam singles title.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

For Love of Baseball Movies? No, for Mets' Clubhouse Guy, It's Just About the Posters
Kevin Kierst, the team's clubhouse manager, has collected a mind-boggling array of baseball artifacts — including thousands of dollars' worth of baseball movie posters.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

Simona Halep Beats Serena Williams: Live Updates From Wimbledon
Halep captured her first Wimbledon championship, denying Williams her record-tying 24th Grand Slam singles title.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

For Love of Baseball Movies? No, for Mets' Clubhouse Guy, It's All About the Posters
Kevin Kierst, the team's clubhouse manager, has collected a mind-boggling array of baseball artifacts — including thousands of dollars' worth of baseball movie posters.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

Serena Williams vs. Simona Halep: Live Updates
At Wimbledon, Williams is trying to win her record-tying 24th Grand Slam singles championship and her first title since returning to tennis after having a child.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

Wimbledon Preview: Serena Williams vs. Simona Halep
Williams is trying to win her record-tying 24th Grand Slam singles championship and her first title since returning to tennis after having a child.

New York Times Sports
Jul 13, 2019

For Love of the Baseball Movie Posters, Starring the Mets' Clubhouse Guy
Kevin Kierst, the team's clubhouse manager, has collected a mind-boggling array of baseball artifacts — including thousands of dollars' worth of baseball movie posters.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Dylan Groenewegen Narrowly Wins a Tour de France Stage
Groenewegen finally put a poor Tour start behind him with the tightest of wins in the longest stage on Friday.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Domingo German and Edwin Encarnacion Help the Yankees Pick Right Up
German (11-2) beat the Blue Jays with six innings of three-hit ball, and Encarnacion hit a three-run double as the Yankees, with the best A.L. record, began the second half of the season.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Marlins Keep the Mets Reeling
Miami's Caleb Smith (5-4) pitched six innings, allowing two unearned runs and three hits. He struck out six and worked around a season-high five walks.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

N.B.A. Superstar Duos Remake the League
The end of the Warriors' superteam has elicited a slew of N.B.A. superstar pairings with championship dreams. But can everyone get along?

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

N.B.A. Superstars' New Strategy: Tag-Team a Title
The end of the Warriors' superteam has elicited a slew of N.B.A. superstar pairings with championship dreams. But can everyone get along?

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Roger Federer Looks for a 9th Wimbledon Title After Beating Rafael Nadal
Federer, 37, will face 32-year-old Novak Djokovic, the defending champion, in Sunday's final.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Dwight Gooden Arrested on Drug Charges in New Jersey
Police charged the former Yankee and Mets star after a traffic stop last month.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

On Pigeon Patrol, Rufus the Hawk Rules the Skies Over Wimbledon
The famed hawk keeps pigeons at bay so the courts and the players can remain … clean.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

How Federer Beat Nadal to Advance to the Wimbledon Final
Roger Federer won, 7-6 (3), 1-6, 6-3, 6-4, and will face Novak Djokovic in the final on Sunday.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Federer Defeats Nadal to Advance to Wimbledon Final: Live Updates
Friday's semifinal was the 40th match between the longtime rivals, but only the fourth at the All England Club.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Federer Leads Nadal, Two Sets to One: Live Updates
Friday's semifinal is the 40th match between the longtime rivals, but only the fourth at Wimbledon.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Wimbledon Live Updates: Federer vs. Nadal
Friday's semifinal is the 40th match between the longtime rivals, but only the fourth at the All England Club.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Federer vs. Nadal: Live Updates From Wimbledon
Friday's semifinal is the 40th match between the longtime rivals, but only the fourth at the All England Club.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Sports: Serena Chases a Grand Slam Record at Wimbledon
This is the third Grand Slam final for Serena Williams since she gave birth to her daughter. She lost the first two — can she win Saturday at Wimbledon?

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Wimbledon Preview: Federer vs. Nadal in the Semifinals
The longtime rivals have played each other 39 times, but only three of those matches have been at the All England Club.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Formula One Agrees to Keep the British Grand Prix at Silverstone
After the circuit's owners walked away from their contract with F1 in 2017, the race there had been in doubt. On Monday, they signed a new contract.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Formula One Has a Problem, and Everyone Knows It
Mercedes is running away with the season yet again, and there are concerns about the sport's future unless changes are made.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

A Look Inside a Formula One Team's Mission Control
Like other teams, Racing Point has a huge factory-backed operation to keep tabs on a race and, using data, better direct the action on the track.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

For Lando Norris, Formula One Is All-Consuming
The rookie is the third youngest F1 driver ever and attacks the sport full time, even installing a racing simulator in his home.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Federer vs. Nadal: They Meet Again at Wimbledon
The two have played each other 39 times, but only three of those matches have been at the All England Club.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

The Mets at Midseason: Can They Dig Their Way Out?
It was a trying first half in Queens — with a few bright spots. Manager Mickey Callaway has continued to express optimism, but his club has plenty of questions to answer.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

For the Second Half, the Yankees Have a Short Wish List: Pitching
A strong bullpen and an overwhelming offense have lifted the Yankees to a stellar record. They know they'll need a pitching upgrade to win a championship.

New York Times Sports
Jul 12, 2019

Another Wimbledon Showdown for Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal
The longtime rivals, who will meet in the semifinals on Friday, have played three times at the All England Club. Here's how The Times covered those matches.

New York Times Sports
Jul 11, 2019

Russell Westbrook Traded to Rockets as a Wild N.B.A. Off-Season Continues
The 2017 M.V.P. will be reunited with James Harden in Houston in a move that also sent Chris Paul and first-round draft picks to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

New York Times Sports
Jul 11, 2019

Which Version of Serena Williams Is Headed to the Wimbledon Final?
"I definitely feel like I play better when I'm calm," said Williams, who could win her 24th Grand Slam singles title on Saturday. "But it's definitely an effort."

New York Times Sports
Jul 11, 2019

Walt Michaels, Outspoken Coach of the Jets, Is Dead at 89
An old-school, temperamental coach whose players feared and respected him, he led the Jets to the 1982 American Football Conference championship.

New York Times Sports
Jul 11, 2019

Walt Michaels, Outspoken Jets Coach of the Jets, Is Dead at 89
An old-school, temperamental coach whose players feared and respected him, he led the Jets to the 1982 American Football Conference championship.

New York Times Sports
Jul 11, 2019

Rookies Shine at Tour de France, but Geraint Thomas Makes His Move
The defending champion answered a few questions about his fitness on a difficult day of climbing.

New York Times Sports
Jul 11, 2019

Hold 'Em or Fold 'Em? This A.I. Bluffs With the Best
Pluribus, a poker-playing algorithm, can beat the world's top human players, proving that machines, too, can master our mind games.

New York Times Sports
Jul 11, 2019

Jim Bouton Opened Up the Major Leagues to Everyone
Through both his everyman path to professional baseball and his revealing memoir "Ball Four," Bouton, who died on Wednesday, made a gilded world seem attainable.

New York Times Sports
Jul 11, 2019

‘Like I'm Some Kind of Criminal': Tougher Fines in Tennis
Two players have lost all their prize money from Grand Slam tournaments to cover fines for failing to "perform to a professional standard" in first-round matches.

New York Times Sports
Jul 11, 2019

Tennis Toughens Penalties for Weak First-Round Performances
Two players have lost all their prize money from Grand Slam tournaments to cover fines for failing to "perform to a professional standard" in first-round matches.

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