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New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Caster Semenya Plans to Run 3,000-Meter Race, Which Doesn't Require Her to Limit Testosterone
Semenya, the two-time Olympic champion at 800 meters, is expected to race in the Prefontaine Classic next month in California. The 3,000 is not covered by a new rule restricting intersex athletes.

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Robert Kraft Trial Is Postponed
Judge Leonard Hanser agreed Tuesday to postpone the trial indefinitely while prosecutors appeal his decision blocking their use of secretly shot video. Kraft is accused of paying for sex acts at a massage parlor.

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Ex-Partner of Deceased Figure Skater John Coughlin Says He Sexually Abused Her
Coughlin, who died by suicide in January after being suspended from the sport, was accused by Bridget Namiotka, who said in recent Facebook postings that she was abused in her teens.

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

On Pro Basketball: Now for a Few Words About Drake: More, Please
The Toronto Raptors' biggest fan annoys some N.B.A. watchers. But do they outnumber those who can't get enough of his courtside trolling?

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Now for a Few Words About Drake: More Please
The Toronto Raptors' biggest fan annoys some N.B.A. watchers. But do they outnumber those who can't get enough of his courtside trolling?

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Peering Beneath a Source of El Capitan's Deadly Rockfalls
Thermal imaging reveals surprisingly little "glue" between the famous rock's face and sheets that are peeling off it.

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Texas Men Win N.C.A.A. Tennis Title After Coach's Arrest in Admission Scandal
Two months later after losing their coach, Michael Center, the Longhorns were national champions.

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Stephen Curry, Fully in the Swing
The league's ultimate team-first franchise player has given up golf, but not scoring and winning on the court.

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Warriors 119, Blazers 117, OT | Golden State wins the series, 4-0.: Warriors Sweep Blazers to Reach Their 5th Straight N.B.A. Finals
With a comeback overtime victory in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals, Golden State moved on to seek a third consecutive title and its fourth in five years.

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Warriors Sweep Blazers to Reach Their 5th Straight N.B.A. Finals
With a comeback overtime victory in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals, Golden State moved on to seek a third consecutive title and its fourth in five years.

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Niki Lauda, Formula One Champion Who Pushed Limits, Dies at 70
While driving Porsches, Ferraris, McLarens and other high-tech torpedoes, Lauda won three world championships and survived a devastating crash.

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Niki Lauda, Formula One Road Warrior Who Pushed Limits, Dies at 70
While driving Porsches, Ferraris, McLarens and other high-tech torpedoes, Lauda won three world championships and survived a devastating crash.

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

At the French Open, Forehands in the Flora
A new court surrounded by greenhouses and a rebuilt main stadium are among the changes at Roland Garros for this year's tournament.

New York Times Sports
May 21, 2019

Big Question at the Hockey World Championship: Who's No. 1 (in the Draft)?
Jack Hughes of the U.S., the top-rated North American prospect, and Kaapo Kakko of Finland, the top European prospect, are under the microscope as they play for their national teams.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

Mets' Brodie Van Wagenen Isn't Ready to Give Up on His Roster, or His Manager
Firing Manager Mickey Callaway would be admitting flaws in the Mets' plan, but Van Wagenen opted to double down on the team he assembled in his first off-season as a general manager.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

Going to the Women's World Cup? You Might Not Sit With Your Family and Friends
FIFA released thousands of tickets to the Women's World Cup this week, but some fans were surprised to learn they would not be sitting together.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

On Baseball: Mets' Brodie Van Wagenen Isn't Ready to Give Up on His Roster, or His Manager
Firing Manager Mickey Callaway would be admitting flaws in the Mets' plan, but Van Wagenen opted to double down on the team he assembled in his first off-season as a general manager.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

Yoenis Cespedes Fractures Ankle in ‘Violent' Fall at His Ranch
Cespedes, who has not played for the Mets this season while recovering from heel surgery, added to the club's recent woes with a bizarre injury.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

Yankees Injury Update: Didi Gregorius Takes a Big Step in His Recovery
In his first game action since Tommy John surgery last fall, Gregorius played in front of Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner and against Detroit Tigers minor leaguers.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

Edwin Drummond, 73, Who Turned Climbing Into Activism, Dies
A poet as well as a mountaineer, he climbed the Statue of Liberty and Nelson's Column in London to draw attention to causes.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

Damian Lillard's Impossible Burden
The Trail Blazers guard was having a career-defining postseason before running into the Golden State buzzsaw. Injured and on the verge of elimination, he somehow remains confident.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

Trilobites: Peering Beneath a Source of El Capitan's Deadly Rockfalls
Thermal imaging reveals surprisingly little "glue" between the famous rock's face and sheets that are peeling off it.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

Magic Johnson Says G.M. Rob Pelinka Undercut Him
The Laker legend who abruptly resigned as team president said going to work had ceased to be fun.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

Raptors Need Double Overtime on an Off Night for the Bucks
Breaking down the last-second shots. (They mostly missed.)

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

Britannia Rules the … Rink? Maybe One Day
Ranked 22nd in the world, the British have yet to win a game in this year's world hockey championships. But ice hockey has grown in Britain.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

Sprinter Dutee Chand Becomes India's First Openly Gay Athlete
Ms. Chand, a runner on India's national track and field team with hyperandrogenism, had previously made headlines for fighting to compete against women.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

On Tennis: At the French Open, Forehands in the Flora
A new court surrounded by greenhouses and a rebuilt main stadium are among the changes at Roland Garros for this year's tournament.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

For Europe's Soccer Chief, the Outrage Arrives in Waves
A Champions League restructuring and a looming fight with Manchester City have UEFA's Aleksander Ceferin sitting atop a soccer economy that feels as if it's pulling itself apart.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2019

N.B.A. Playoffs: Kawhi Leonard Carries Raptors to Finish Line in a Marathon
Leonard scored 36 points, including 8 in the second overtime, as Toronto won and gave itself a chance to pull even with the Bucks.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

Raptors 118, Bucks 112, Two Overtimes | Milwaukee leads series, 2-1: N.B.A. Playoffs: Kawhi Leonard Carries Raptors to Finish Line in a Marathon
Leonard scored 36 points, including 8 in the second overtime, as Toronto won and gave itself a chance to pull even with the Bucks.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

P.G.A. Championship: Koepka Lets Lead Evaporate but Hangs On to Win
The understated late bloomer called the final round "stressful," but he fought through windy conditions to hold off a charge by Dustin Johnson.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

On Golf: Is Brooks Koepka Golf's New King? His Competition Would Like a Word
Koepka is a back-to-back champion in two majors and has been on a Tiger Woods-like roll. But as Tommy Fleetwood said, "It's not over yet."

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

Dustin Johnson Completes a Grand Slam of Runner-Up Finishes
"Yay," Johnson said when told the news that he now had a second-place finish in each of the four majors. This time, he lost to his friend and training partner, Brooks Koepka.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

P.G.A. Championship: Brooks Koepka Lets Lead Evaporate but Hangs On to Win
The understated late bloomer called the final round "stressful," but he fought through windy conditions to hold off a charge by Dustin Johnson.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

Yankees 13, Rays 5: Yankees Beat Rays With a Taste of Their Own Medicine
With James Paxton injured, the Yankees employed a so-called opener to start the game. The strategy paid off thanks to a seven-run explosion in the sixth inning.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

Blues 5, Sharks 0 | St. Louis leads series, 3-2: N.H.L. Playoffs: Blues, With Hat Trick and Shutout, Move 1 Win From Finals
Jaden Schwartz scored three times and Jordan Binnington stopped 21 shots against the Sharks. Vladimir Tarasenko added a goal on St. Louis's first playoff penalty shot in 51 years.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

A Harlem Team Is Changing the Face of Lacrosse
Frederick Douglass Academy in Harlem is playing for its third straight New York City boys' lacrosse title. The team is a sign of progress for a sport seen as elite, suburban and mostly white.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

Marlins 3, Mets 0: Mets Lose Fifth in Row, and Robinson Cano Joins Manager on Hot Seat
Mickey Callaway, whose job security may have become more tenuous, defended Cano, who failed to run out a grounder for the second time in three games against the Marlins.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

British Hockey Team Comes in From the Cold at World Championship
Ranked 22nd in the world, the British have yet to win a game in this year's world hockey championships. But ice hockey has grown in Britain.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

For Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, Rome Offered Something Novel: A Bagel
In the 54th match between fierce rivals, the Italian Open final offered the first scoreless set by either player. Nadal hung on to win his first title of 2019.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

On Pro Basketball: Draymond Green Has Never Been Better. Or This Quiet.
Golden State's Green is known for his constant stream of chatter, but of late he has redirected it from the referees to the game with results a teammate could only describe as "ridiculous."

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

Joe Tsai Is Big in Business. Now He's Taking on Women's Basketball.
Tsai, the new owner of the Liberty and part owner of the Nets, has made a fortune as a founder of the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group. He's hoping his skills can produce needed revenue for the W.N.B.A.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2019

Warriors 110, Trail Blazers 99 | Golden State leads series, 3-0: N.B.A. Playoffs: Warriors Rally to Put Trail Blazers on the Brink
Draymond Green had a triple-double and Stephen Curry scored 36 points for Golden State, which is one win from its fifth straight trip to the N.B.A. finals.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

Marlins 2, Mets 0: Marlins One-Hit Mets, Putting More Heat on Mickey Callaway
The Mets lost their fourth in a row, increasing speculation that their manager's job was in peril. Their only hit was on the game's first pitch.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

Running Away With the P.G.A. Championship Is All in a Day's Work for Brooks Koepka
Koepka, despite shooting only a par 70 in the third round, has a seven-shot lead amid a dominant run that smacks of Tiger Woods in his prime.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

On Golf: At P.G.A. Championship, Thailand Meets Farmingdale
Atiwit Janewattananond, better known as Jazz, is the only player using a local caddie. He is tied for second, having fun and going well beyond his original goal of shaking hands with Tiger Woods.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

At P.G.A. Championship, It's Thumbs-Up for Phil Mickelson Despite Struggles
Mickelson had said on a video that, "As the putts go down, the thumbs are coming up." He finished six over par on the day but still savored the crowd's support.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

Marlins 2, Mets 0: Mets Get a Hit on the First Pitch Against the Marlins, and Zero After That
The Mets lost their fourth in a row as Steven Matz returned from the injured list and went three and two-thirds innings.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

2019 Preakness: War of Will Wins in Dramatic Rebound from Kentucky Derby Loss
War of Will, with Tyler Gaffalione riding once again, was not impeded this time.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

Rays 2, Yankees 1 | 11 innings: Rays, Behind Bat and Arm of Austin Meadows, Retake East Lead From Yankees
Meadows, who threw out a runner at the plate in the sixth, hit the winning homer in the 11th. Masahiro Tanaka pitched six scoreless innings for the Yankees but left after a ball hit his shin.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

Rafael Nadal Gets Revenge, and Will Face Novak Djokovic in Rome Final
In the Italian Open women's final, Johanna Konta will face Karolina Pliskova.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

Lyon Routs Barcelona to Win Fourth Straight Women's Champions League Title
Lyon, the gold standard in women's club soccer, scored four times in the first 30 minutes and earned its sixth European crown since 2011.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

Rafael Nadal Avenges Loss to Stefanos Tsitsipas to Reach Rome Final
Nadal had lost to Tsitsipas in Madrid only last week. Johanna Konta and Karolina Pliskova advanced to Sunday's women's final.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

In the East, It Has Been All Bucks So Far (but Not All Giannis)
The Milwaukee Bucks are just two wins away from their first N.B.A. finals appearance since 1974. The Toronto Raptors have to come up with some answers.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2019

Deer in Headlights? The Bucks Are Beaming After Another Playoff Romp
The Milwaukee Bucks are just two wins away from their first N.B.A. finals appearance since 1974. The Toronto Raptors have to come up with some answers.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Horse Deaths at Santa Anita and Pimlico: Same Day, Same Track Owner
A filly died after a race at Pimlico, the site of Saturday's Preakness Stakes. The fatality at Santa Anita, the 24th at the track since Dec. 26, occurred after a gelding broke down during training.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Marlins 8, Mets 6: Marlins Beat Mets as Dormant Bats Wake Up Against Jacob deGrom
Miami, which scored for the first time in 27 innings, rocked deGrom for seven runs in five innings. Pete Alonso had two homers for the Mets.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Bucks 125, Raptors 103 | Milwaukee leads series, 2-0: N.B.A. Playoffs: Bucks Never Trail in a Rout of the Raptors
Giannis Antetokounmpo had 30 points and 17 rebounds to lead Milwaukee to its 10th victory in its first 11 playoff games.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Yankees 4, Rays 3: Money and Modern Strategy: How the Depleted Yankees Kept Winning
Despite 17 players spending time on the injured list this year, the Yankees have kept pace in the A.L. East with smart moves rather than splashy ones.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Blues 2, Sharks 1 | Series is tied, 2-2: N.H.L. Playoffs: Blues Even Series as Jordan Binnington Stymies Sharks
The rookie goalie stopped 29 shots to set a franchise record for postseason wins, making two first-period goals by St. Louis stand up.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

A Hotbed for Lacrosse? Harlem Makes Its Case
Frederick Douglass Academy in Harlem is playing for its third straight New York City boys' lacrosse title. The team is a sign of progress for a sport seen as elite, suburban and mostly white.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

As the Blues Seek the Stanley Cup, a Hockey Hub Grows in St. Louis
The pipeline of American hockey, which snakes from Massachusetts west into Michigan and Minnesota, has meandered south, to Missouri.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

For Tiger Woods, the Love Is as Big as Ever
He was never all that lovable a figure, and he is hardly an exemplar of fine behavior off the course, but fans love golf's past and current king.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

At P.G.A. Championship, Rory McIlroy Is Almost Finished Off by His Start
He was supposed to be the heir apparent to Tiger Woods. At Bethpage State Park, McIlroy was just happy to make the cut.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

A Hotbed for Lacrosse? A School in Harlem Makes Its Case.
Frederick Douglass Academy in Harlem is playing for its third straight New York City boys' lacrosse title. The team is a sign of progress for a sport seen as elite, suburban and mostly white.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Money and Modern Strategy: How the Depleted Yankees Kept Winning
Despite 17 players spending time on the injured list this year, the Yankees have kept pace in the A.L. East with smart moves rather than splashy ones.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Brooks Koepka Makes History on Day 2 of the P.G.A. Championship
Koepka set a record for the lowest 36-hole score at a major on Friday as he surged to a seven-shot lead.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

On Golf: Tiger Woods Misses the Cut at the P.G.A. Championship by 1 Stroke
Woods, hoping to build on an exhilarating Masters win in April, missed the cut at the P.G.A. Championship on Friday after two rounds of bogey-filled golf.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Rory McIlroy and the Fall of the Mighty
He was supposed to be the heir apparent to Tiger Woods. On Friday at the P.G.A. Championship, McIlroy was just happy to make the cut.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

A Hotbed for Lacrosse? A School in Harlem Makes Its Case
Frederick Douglass Academy in Harlem is playing for its third straight New York City boys' lacrosse title. The team is a sign of progress for a sport seen as elite, suburban and mostly white.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

John Davidson Returning to Rangers to Be Team President
A former goaltender and television analyst for decades in New York helped turn around the Blue Jackets the past seven seasons.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

On Horse Racing: The Preakness Stakes Is Looking for a Star
The first four horses across the line in the Kentucky Derby aren't here. Maybe a former schoolteacher can become the first female trainer to win.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Ohio State Finds Team Doctor Sexually Abused 177 Students
In a report issued Friday, Ohio State said the doctor, Richard Strauss, groped students and asked intimate questions about sexual practices under the guise of providing medical treatment.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

On Pro Basketball: Hope, a Flimsy Concept Against the Warriors, Is Slipping Away for the Trail Blazers
Andre Iguodala foils Damian Lillard, and the Warriors take a two-games-to-none lead.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

On Soccer: The World's Most Dominant Team Isn't Who You Think
Olympique Lyonnais will play for its fourth Women's Champions League title on Saturday. There may not be a team on earth that can match its talent advantage, or its dominance of its sport.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Bruins Sweep the Hurricanes to Reach the Stanley Cup Finals
With their seventh win in a row, Boston return to the Cup finals after winning them in 2011 and losing to Chicago two years later.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Ohio State Finds Team Doctor Sexually Abused 177 Male Students
In a report issued Friday, Ohio State said the doctor, Richard Strauss, groped students and asked intimate questions about sexual practices under the guise of providing medical treatment.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Roger Federer and Naomi Osaka Withdraw From Italian Open With Injuries
Federer reported a right leg injury before his match against Stefanos Tsitsipas, while Osaka said her right hand was injured before she was to play Kiki Bertens.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Tiger Woods's Success Promised to Diversify Golf. It Didn't.
Woods has reclaimed golf's spotlight heading into the P.G.A. Championship, but his stardom has not produced a diverse array of stars, which some had predicted.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

On Pro Basketball: Hope, a Flimsy Concept Against Warriors, Is Slipping Away for the Trail Blazers
Andre Iguodala foils Damian Lillard, and the Warriors take a two-games-to-none lead.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

On Pro Basketball: Hope Is Slipping Away for the Trail Blazers
Andre Iguodala foils Damian Lillard, and the Warriors take a two-games-to-none lead.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

How Jose Alvarado, a Rays Original, Developed Baseball's Nastiest Pitch
The left-hander taught himself a trick to achieve devastating action on his cutter, which has fooled batters all season.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

The Tiger Boom That Never Materialized
Tiger Woods has reclaimed golf's spotlight heading into the P.G.A. Championship, but his stardom has not produced a diverse array of stars, which some had predicted.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

Warriors Stage a Comeback to Beat the Blazers in Game 2
Stephen Curry scored 37 points, and Golden State rallied from a 15-point halftime deficit.

New York Times Sports
May 17, 2019

U.S. Women's National Team Beats New Zealand in World Cup Tuneup
Cari Lloyd scored twice, and Alyssa Naeher got the shutout.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Bruins Sweep Away Hurricanes, Win 7th Straight Playoff Game
With their longest playoff winning streak in nearly half a century, the Boston Bruins return to the Stanley Cup finals after winning them in 2011 and losing to Chicago two years later.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Warriors Say Kevin Durant Will Be Out Another Week
The team's timeline would mean that Durant could not return until at least Game 6 of the Western Conference finals against Portland.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Brooks Koepka, Happily in the Shadows, Sets Bethpage Black Record
The crowd was there for Tiger Woods, but Koepka shot a 63 in the first round of the 2019 P.G.A. Championship. He believes he could have done even better.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Tiger Woods Opens P.G.A. Championship With a Round Almost as Wild as His Galleries
Woods had two early double bogeys, a late eagle and a following that included David Wright, the retired Mets third baseman.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Tiger Woods Opens P.G.A. Championship With an Uneven Round and Typically Packed Galleries
Woods had two early double bogeys, a late eagle and a following that included David Wright, the retired Mets third baseman.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Tiger Woods Opens the P.G.A. Championship With a Round Almost as Wild as His Galleries
Woods had two early double bogeys, a late eagle and a following that included David Wright, the retired Mets third baseman.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Happily in the Shadows, Brooks Koepka Sets Bethpage Black Record
The crowd was there for Tiger Woods, but Koepka shot a 63 in the first round of the 2019 P.G.A. Championship. He believes he could have done even better.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

John Daly Is Still Driving, at the Tee and Wheel, After All These Years
Daly, granted a waiver to be the second golfer ever to use a cart to get around at a major championship, got a hero's welcome at the P.G.A. Championship.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Roger Federer Gets the Pope Treatment on a Chaotic Day at the Italian Open
While Federer was awed by the way fans responded to him at the Italian Open, other players were struggling to cope with poor conditions on and off the court.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Keeping Score: If Brook Lopez Seemed to Be Everywhere, It's Because He Was
The Bucks center starred on both ends of the court in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals. To survive, Toronto will have to contain him.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Preakness Stakes Experts' Picks: Who Will Win?
After a controversial Kentucky Derby, Joe Drape and Melissa Hoppert weigh in on the contenders for the 144th Preakness Stakes on Saturday.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Preakness Stakes: Experts Pick Who Will Win
After a controversial Kentucky Derby, Joe Drape and Melissa Hoppert weigh in on the contenders for the 144th Preakness Stakes on Saturday.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Expert Picks: Who Will Win the Preakness Stakes?
After a controversial Kentucky Derby, Joe Drape and Melissa Hoppert weigh in on the contenders for the 144th Preakness Stakes on Saturday.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

Expert Picks: Who Will Win the Preakness?
After a controversial Kentucky Derby, Joe Drape and Melissa Hoppert weigh in on the contenders for the 144th Preakness Stakes on Saturday.

New York Times Sports
May 16, 2019

The Rays Are a Surrealist's Delight
In an era of baseball's richest teams dominating smaller-market clubs, Tampa Bay has managed a third way: spending less and winning more through ceaseless innovation.

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