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Jun 14, 2024

Who Will Win Euro 2024? Here Are Predictions as the Tournament Kicks Off.
France has been a force in recent years, and they don't look any weaker.

New York Times Sports
Jun 14, 2024

Who Will Win Euro 2024? Here Are Predictions as the Tournament Nears.
France has been a force in recent years, and they don't look any weaker.

New York Times Sports
Jun 14, 2024

This Isn't Iowa, but Kate Martin Is Thriving in the W.N.B.A. Spotlight
The former Hawkeyes star has become a fan favorite in Las Vegas.

New York Times Sports
Jun 14, 2024

A Fake Mustache, Sunglasses and the Moment That Is Forever Part of Mets Lore
Bobby Valentine was ejected on June 9, 1999, but he returned to the Shea Stadium dugout wearing a disguise.

New York Times Sports
Jun 14, 2024

At the U.S. Open, a Legendary Architect's Presence Is All Over Pinehurst
Donald Ross, who crafted the course, built a home along one of its early holes, ensuring that the best view of the tournament starts at the beginning.

New York Times Sports
Jun 14, 2024

How an N.F.L. Stadium Turned Into an Olympic Swimming Pool
U.S. Olympic trials are set to run at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, making it the first time the meet will be held in a football stadium.

New York Times Sports
Jun 14, 2024

Jerry West Lived an Incredible, Tortured and Meaningful Life
The basketball legend died on Wednesday at 86. He achieved excellence during a lifetime of emotional struggle.

New York Times Sports
Jun 14, 2024

Meet the Women Changing the World of Motorsports at 24 Hours of Le Mans
Fueled by childhood dreams, three drivers for the Iron Dames are strapping in for the biggest event in endurance racing.

New York Times Sports
Jun 14, 2024

The Complicated History of the Venue for the Euro 2024 Final
Olympiastadion, the Berlin stadium that was built in the 1930s under Adolf Hitler, will host the final for the European Championship next month.

New York Times Sports
Jun 12, 2024

Pinehurst Is a Golf Oasis, but the U.S. Open Course Has a Complicated History
The resort's story can't be told without details from a messy era featuring plenty of bad blood.

New York Times Sports
Jun 12, 2024

Rafael Nadal and Carlos Alcaraz to Play Doubles Together at the Olympics
Nadal, a 22-time Grand Slam champion, will join Alcaraz, a three-time Grand Slam champion, as they represent Spain.

New York Times Sports
Jun 12, 2024

He Had No Idea He Was Hungarian. Now He's Playing for Hungary.
How a social media plea helped propel a midfielder in English soccer's second-tier to the international stage.

New York Times Sports
Jun 12, 2024

How the U.S. Women's Basketball Team Looks Without Caitlin Clark
A team loaded with players possessing previous Olympics experience is seeking its eighth consecutive gold medal.

New York Times Sports
Jun 12, 2024

How One M.L.B. Team's Eye-Popping Raffle Is Changing Lives
The Blue Jays's charity arm awards half of its lottery sales to one lucky person and the other half to the foundation. The real winner is Canada.

New York Times Sports
Jun 12, 2024

The Lesson That Made Scottie Scheffler the Greatest Golfer of This Era
As the world No. 1 prepares for the U.S. Open, one piece of advice has stuck with him for two decades.

New York Times Sports
Jun 12, 2024

The Undrafted Player Who Has Become the Stanley Cup's Biggest Surprise
Evan Rodrigues's early-series heroics have the Panthers two wins from their first title.

New York Times Sports
Jun 12, 2024

Why Formula 1 Driver Daniel Ricciardo's Struggles Could Finally Be Over
At a chaotic Canadian Grand Prix, Ricciardo delivered his best performance of the season.

New York Times Sports
Jun 12, 2024

Why Hiring LeBron James Could Change Everything for ESPN's N.B.A. Coverage
This year's underwhelming N.B.A. Finals broadcasts show why the network should court James once he retires, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

Explaining Cricket to a Baseball Expert, Now That the United States Is Good
Sticky wickets, golden ducks, cartwheeling stumps: A cricket novice seeks answers about a baffling sport.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

Caitlin Clark Addresses Omission From Olympic Roster
The decision not to select the rookie sensation has been the source of widespread commentary and debate.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

Scottie Scheffler's Memorial Tournament Victory Marks 5th Win in 8 Starts
The win makes Scheffler the first golfer to win five PGA Tour events in a single season since Justin Thomas in 2017.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

Scottie Scheffler's Memorial Tournament Victory Marks Fifth Win in 8 Starts
The win makes Scheffler the first golfer to win five PGA Tour events in a single season since Justin Thomas in 2017.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

The Most Dominant American Track Star Is Also the Most Mysterious
Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone nearly broke the 18-year-old American record in the 400 meters, but she isn't planning to run in the event at the Olympics.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

Caitlin Clark Addresses Omission From Team USA Olympic Roster
The decision not to select the rookie sensation has been the source of widespread commentary and debate.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

Explaining Cricket to a Baseball Expert, Now That the U.S. Is Good
Sticky wickets, golden ducks, cartwheeling stumps: A cricket novice seeks answers about a baffling sport.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

How Local Car Dealerships Became the Linchpin of College Recruiting Efforts
For decades, conversations between dealerships and college teams were met with stark repercussions. New rules have changed that.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

Who, Exactly, Is the Celtics' Best Player?
Boston's across-the-board effort in a Game 2 win demonstrates the folly in proclaiming this or that player the team's top performer.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

Wayne Rooney, England's Raging Bull
Opponents were bullied, team-mates were open-mouthed. When an 18-year-old Rooney took Euro 2004 by storm.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

What Do M.L.B. Players Think of Their Peers? We Asked Them.
Athletes from around the league voted on everything from the most overrated player to the idea of implementing a salary cap.

New York Times Sports
Jun 10, 2024

What This Year's French Open Means for Tennis
Iga Swiatek and Carlos Alcaraz won the French Open, but they weren't the only stars who captured our experts' attention at Roland Garros.

New York Times Sports
Jun 07, 2024

What's Next for the N.C.A.A. Dynasty That Just Won Its Fourth Straight Title
Oklahoma made college softball history with the first-ever four-peat in the Women's College World Series. But pressure still remains.

New York Times Sports
Jun 07, 2024

How England Players Reacted to the Coach's Surprise Selections
Gareth Southgate left out several experienced players for this summer's European Championship.

New York Times Sports
Jun 07, 2024

Connor McDavid Is One of Hockey's Greats. So Why Isn't Everyone Watching?
McDavid is hockey's LeBron James in terms of making good on his phenom potential. But casual fans in America have yet to be fully introduced.

New York Times Sports
Jun 07, 2024

Alcaraz and Sinner Were the Future of Tennis. Now They Are Its Present.
The young duo faced off on Friday in the semi-final of the French Open, with Carlos Alcaraz advancing. But the matchup will provide for years to come.

New York Times Sports
Jun 07, 2024

The Mystery of M.L.B.'s Increasingly Rare Player
Major League Baseball is full of Latin American stars. Why are so few of them pitchers?

New York Times Sports
Jun 07, 2024

The 17-Year-Old Swimming Star Primed For a Breakout at the Paris Olympics
The Canadian Summer McIntosh already had the world's attention. Now she's on the verge of much more.

New York Times Sports
Jun 07, 2024

Is Caitlin Clark or Angel Reese the Top W.N.B.A Rookie So Far?
Both newcomers have brought star power and a fascinating dynamic to the league.

New York Times Sports
Jun 07, 2024

Why the Celtics May Have Perfected the Modern N.B.A. Offense
No one has been able to stop Boston all season. After Game 1 of the N.B.A. Finals, it's starting to feel like no one can.

New York Times Sports
Jun 05, 2024

Why the Lakers Seem Willing to Bet on JJ Redick's Potential
If Los Angeles hires Redick, it would be a departure from its usual approach to coaching hires.

New York Times Sports
Jun 05, 2024

Wait, What's That on the Tennis Umpire's Head?
Umpires are wearing small cameras on their head at the French Open. It hasn't exactly worked as intended.

New York Times Sports
Jun 05, 2024

The Secret to N.B.A. Longevity Includes Advice From Tom Brady
Al Horford, 38, has postponed the inevitable and remained a crucial piece for the Celtics.

New York Times Sports
Jun 05, 2024

Lily Yohannes, 16, Becomes Third-Youngest U.S. Women's Soccer Player to Score
The teenager also became the youngest player to make an appearance for the national team since 2001 in its 3-0 victory over South Korea.

New York Times Sports
Jun 05, 2024

Real Madrid Has Finally Signed Kylian Mbappé. Here's How It Was Done.
The deal to sign the Paris St.-Germain forward has been a long time coming, but wasn't without intrigue.

New York Times Sports
Jun 05, 2024

Sports Betting for Players Is Easier Than Ever. That Creates More Problems.
While leagues like M.L.B. increasingly court gaming partners, they have attempted to implement safeguards.

New York Times Sports
Jun 05, 2024

The Oilers Made the Stanley Cup Finals. Don't Expect Canada to Cheer Them On.
An Edmonton championship would end a 31-year drought for a hockey-obsessed country. But it isn't that simple.

New York Times Sports
Jun 05, 2024

The Implications of Novak Djokovic's French Open Withdrawal
Djokovic's torn meniscus looms large for him, the tournament and tennis in general.

New York Times Sports
Jun 05, 2024

In Caitlin Clark Discourse, Pat McAfee and ESPN Came Up Short
The talk show host apologized for his commentary on Monday. Now, we'll find out if he learned anything, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
Jun 03, 2024

In the Cold Light of Day, Playing Tennis at 3 A.M. Is Ludicrous
Novak Djokovic and Lorenzo Musetti recorded the latest-ever finish at the French Open. That isn't good, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
Jun 03, 2024

How a Lonely Winter Made Kristaps Porzingis a Key to Celtics' Run
Boston was more than a fresh start for the big man. It was a renaissance.

New York Times Sports
Jun 03, 2024

Bruises, Blood and Blame: The Chaos of Cleveland's 10-Cent Beer Night Lives On
The infamous events of June 4, 1974, are often viewed in a light-hearted manner. But at the time, Cleveland's sports chroniclers considered it a black eye.

New York Times Sports
Jun 03, 2024

A Fight Over the Champions League Threatens an Age of Uncertainty in Europe
Real Madrid claimed a 15th title in a competition that the team simultaneously loves and wants to overhaul.

New York Times Sports
Jun 03, 2024

The Grandest Hockey Stage Awaits Connor McDavid
The Oilers captain has earned this opportunity, and the hockey world deserves to see it, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
Jun 03, 2024

Simone Biles Wins Ninth National All-Around Crown
Biles clinched the top spot at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships and swept every individual event title.

New York Times Sports
Jun 03, 2024

Jaylon Johnson Agreed to a $76 Million Deal. But First Came a Metamorphosis.
The N.F.L. cornerback had prepared an opening statement after the extension was announced. Then came the unexpected: "You have to put it all out there."

New York Times Sports
Jun 03, 2024

The Top Storylines as N.F.L. Minicamps Begin
At least five teams, and maybe six, figure to have quarterback competitions this summer.

New York Times Sports
Jun 03, 2024

Which M.L.B. Teams Will Be Buyers or Sellers at the Trade Deadline?


New York Times Sports
May 31, 2024

Why Deion Sanders's Son Filed for Bankruptcy
The legal woes of Shilo Sanders, Colorado's starting safety, are under scrutiny as a yearslong saga continues to unfurl.

New York Times Sports
May 31, 2024

The Long Climb Back for Fernando Tatis Jr., Once the Next ‘Face of Baseball'
The Padres star is known for his loud, uninhibited style of play. But now he's also known for something else: steroid use.

New York Times Sports
May 31, 2024

Luka Doncic Stands on the Precipice of Greatness
The Dallas Mavericks are Dirk Nowitzki's franchise, but there's no better successor than Doncic, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
May 31, 2024

Nelly Korda's U.S. Women's Open Round Revealed One Thing: She's Human
Sometimes golf makes no sense. And the world No. 1's battle on Thursday was as relatable as it gets, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
May 31, 2024

The Celtics and Mavericks Will Need a Full Tactical Revamp Before the Finals
The matchup will be completely different from what both teams faced before.

New York Times Sports
May 31, 2024

A Team Built a Yellow Wall at Its Stadium. It's Now the Envy of European Soccer.
The terrace at Borussia Dortmund's Westfalenstadion holds nearly 25,000 fans and has become a tourist destination.

New York Times Sports
May 31, 2024

After a Last-Second Decision, There's a New No. 1 in Men's College Basketball
Our expert ranks the top 25 teams for the 2024-25 season.

New York Times Sports
May 31, 2024

At the French Open, a Debate Over Fan Etiquette and Player Behavior Rages On
Lines have been crossed by fans attending matches in Paris, and players who aren't from France are bearing the brunt, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
May 31, 2024

How a Vietnam War Refugee Broke an N.F.L. Barrier
Dat Nguyen, the first Vietnamese player to be drafted, became a star linebacker for the Cowboys.

New York Times Sports
May 28, 2024

Has the Global Hockey Community Moved On Without Russia?
In February, the International Ice Hockey Federation extended its ban on Russia and Belarus through 2025.

New York Times Sports
May 28, 2024

He Endured Years of Racist Abuse at Chelsea. Today, He Waives His Anonymity.
Jimmy Aggrey reveals the horrendous impact of attacks and how he pieced his life back together.

New York Times Sports
May 28, 2024

Inside the 1,200-Acre Ranch That Once Brought Together the World's Biggest Stars
For three years, Kenny Rogers invited athletes and TV celebrities for a weekend of basketball, golf, tennis and bass fishing. And NBC televised it.

New York Times Sports
May 28, 2024

Angel Hernandez, Controversial M.L.B. Umpire, to Retire
Hernandez umped his first M.L.B. game in 1991 and has been a constant source of controversy over the last decade.

New York Times Sports
May 28, 2024

Bill Walton's Message Was One Everyone Understood: Peace and Love
For all of his accomplishments, the thread of Walton's life was his passion for people, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
May 28, 2024

A Surge of College Coaches Is Entering the N.F.L. Is It Just the Start?
Four coordinators hired this offseason came from the N.C.A.A. It could be the start of a bigger trend.

New York Times Sports
May 28, 2024

The Celtics Have More to Do, but They're Passing Every Test
Boston is proving that talented teams don't win on talent alone.

New York Times Sports
May 28, 2024

The Grand Slams Expected of Gael Monfils Never Came. But He Has No Regrets.
A legacy of joy outweighs what might have been for the French showman.

New York Times Sports
May 28, 2024

The Hottest Olympic Rivalry Adds a New Layer in the ‘Mile of the Century'
The superstar runner Jakob Ingebrigtsen declared he had no equal in the mile. Then, Britain's Josh Kerr beat him.

New York Times Sports
May 24, 2024

‘First He Takes Your Legs, Then Your Mind': What It's Like to Play Nadal on Clay
Djokovic, Dimitrov and more describe how hard it is to face Rafael Nadal on the surface he dominated for two decades.

New York Times Sports
May 24, 2024

Angel Hernandez Is Baseball's Most Villainous Umpire. Does He Deserve It?
When it comes to utterly egregious calls, it feels as though Hernandez is the biggest culprit.

New York Times Sports
May 24, 2024

Could the N.B.A. Have a $100 Million Player?
The amount of money set to pour into the league will most likely bring about what surely was once considered an impossible feat.

New York Times Sports
May 24, 2024

How the No. 1 Player in the World Serves Up Humiliation to Her Opponents
A "bagel," or a set that ends 6-0, is viewed as an embarrassment. No player wins by that margin more than Iga Swiatek.

New York Times Sports
May 24, 2024

Why NASCAR Is Being Criticized By One of Its Most Popular Drivers
Chase Elliott called out NASCAR after it issued a record fine against Ricky Stenhouse Jr. for his role in a fight after the All-Star Race.

New York Times Sports
May 22, 2024

Jrue Holiday Is the N.B.A.'s Ultimate Teammate. His Wife, Lauren, Made Sure of It.
Years after they met at U.C.L.A., Lauren's decorated U.S. soccer career is helping fuel Jrue's playoff run with the Celtics.

New York Times Sports
May 22, 2024

Jrue Holiday Is the N.B.A.'s Ultimate Teammate. His Wife Lauren Made Sure of It.
Years after meeting at U.C.L.A., Lauren's decorated U.S. soccer career is helping fuel Jrue's playoff run with the Celtics.

New York Times Sports
May 22, 2024

NASCAR Driver's Father Is Suspended for Role in Fight
NASCAR fined Cup Series driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and handed out a punishment to his father for their roles in a fight on Sunday.

New York Times Sports
May 22, 2024

Taylor Swift Songs and Rolex Gifts: Jurgen Klopp's Last Week at Liverpool
The departing coach sang the pop star's hit "Shake It Off" during an enjoyable final few days with the Premier League team.

New York Times Sports
May 22, 2024

In the N.F.L.'s Surging Receiver Market, How Much Is Too Much?
The rising costs of the position are getting harder to justify, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
May 22, 2024

ESPN Dismissed Jeff Van Gundy. Now It's Paying the Price.
The network's broadcast of the N.B.A. playoffs is not nearly as good as it once was, a columnist from The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
May 22, 2024

‘I Feel Like We Deserve Better': How and Why Tennis Lets Women Down
From prize money and scheduling to dress codes, women often find themselves confronted with playing a sport designed for men.

New York Times Sports
May 22, 2024

Why the Last Vestiges of Amateurism in College Sports Are Coming to an End
Over the past three years, lawsuits and policy changes have created and exposed cracks in the foundation of the collegiate model.

New York Times Sports
May 22, 2024

Victor Wembanyama Just Made N.B.A. History
The towering Spurs player is the first rookie to be named to the All-Defensive First Team.

New York Times Sports
May 22, 2024

The Timberwolves' Victory Over the Nuggets Was a Turnaround for the Ages
Minnesota's magical run began and ended with Rudy Gobert, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2024

The Timberwolves Sparked a Turnaround for the Ages to Stun the Nuggets
Minnesota's magical run began and ended with Rudy Gobert, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2024

Why the N.H.L.'s Replay System Needs a Massive Overhaul
Replay doesn't need to be ditched entirely, but the league needs to change its approach, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2024

Why the Panic Surrounding Caitlin Clark's W.N.B.A. Start Needs To Stop
It's unfair to regard Clark as some carnival act going city to city splashing trick shots. That's beneath her WNBA potential, a columnist from The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2024

Will Manchester City Make it Five Straight Premier League Titles?
The only thing stopping the team from adding to its record run of championships would seem to be Arsenal.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2024

Xander Schauffele Didn't Just Win a Major. He Changed His Narrative Forever.
Schauffele's P.G.A. Championship win removes him from the list of the best players in the world who haven't won one of golf's biggest tournaments.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2024

The Careful Thought Process Behind Outlandish Baseball Team Names
From the Dairy Daddies to the Trash Pandas, local minor league and collegiate summer league teams use unusual monikers to generate interest.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2024

The Pacers Are Flying Under the Radar, and They're Loving It
Defeating the Knicks in Game 7 at Madison Square Garden gives Indiana a chance to play with house money, a columnist for The Athletic writes.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2024

NASCAR Driver Punches Opponent After All-Star Race
An angry Ricky Stenhouse Jr. confronted Kyle Busch, then punched him, setting off a brief fight between teams at the garage on Sunday.

New York Times Sports
May 20, 2024

Is the N.B.A.'s Most Hated Referee Also Its Best? It Depends on Whom You Ask.
There is an undercurrent of mistrust around Scott Foster. One of basketball's most polarizing figures wants to tell his side of the story.

New York Times Sports
May 19, 2024

Xander Schauffele Wins His First Major at the P.G.A. Championship
Schauffele birdied the final hole of the tournament to beat Bryson DeChambeau by one stroke.

New York Times Sports
May 18, 2024

Live Updates: P.G.A. Championship
Follow along with analysis from the second golf major after a chaotic second day.

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