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New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

6 Takeaways From the Report on Sexual Misconduct in Women's Soccer
The report focused on three coaches who have been accused of abuse and the lack of action by leaders at U.S. Soccer and the National Women's Soccer League.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Deadly Soccer Clash in Indonesia Puts Police Tactics in Spotlight
Experts say officers are almost never held accountable for their actions. And in a huge police budget, millions are spent on tear gas, batons and other devices deployed during protests.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Move Over … Everything? Here Comes Major League Pickleball.
Professional pickleball is expanding, and it has become a big enough deal that even LeBron James wanted a piece of a team.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Deadly Soccer Clash in Indonesia Puts Police Tactics, and Impunity, in Spotlight
Experts say officers are almost never held accountable for their actions. And in a huge police budget, billions are spent on tear gas, batons and other devices deployed during protests.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Report Details ‘Systemic' Abuse of Players in Women's Soccer
A yearlong investigation found U.S. Soccer executives, N.W.S.L. owners and coaches at all levels of American soccer had turned a blind eye toward years of reports of abuse from players.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

The Return of Midnight Basketball and Its Oakland Community
A once-politicized program has made a comeback, and its organizers hope it can give young Black men a place to escape a troubled city.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Authorities Will Work to Identify Suspects in Stampede Within Days
An investigation will focus on police officers suspected of using tear gas to disperse fans in the overcrowded stadium. At least 125 people died, many trampled, after Saturday's game.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

John Harbaugh Criticized After Ravens Blow Lead Against Bills
Coach John Harbaugh's aggressive call in the final minutes against Buffalo went against conventional wisdom. When it didn't work, he was left with a loss and some hard questions.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Braves Sweep Mets, Closing in on NL East Title
One more loss — or one more win by Atlanta — will consign the 98-win Mets to a wild-card spot in the playoffs, taking away a valuable first-round bye.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Live Updates: Indonesia Will Work to Identify Suspects in Stampede Within Days
An investigation will focus on police officers suspected of using tear gas to disperse fans in the overcrowded stadium. At least 125 people died, many trampled, after Saturday's game.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Chiefs Beat Bucs in Sunday Night Showdown
The Buccaneers fled south last week to avoid Hurricane Ian. When they returned, Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City were waiting to exact some revenge for Super Bowl LV.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Indonesia Soccer Tragedy Analysis: Soccer's Policing Problem
This is not the first time this year that the sport has had to confront the reality that tragedies often result from failures of security and crowd management.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Soccer's Policing Problem
This is not the first time this year that the sport has had to confront the reality that tragedies often result from failures of security and crowd management.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

The Demo Derby Queen of Tennessee
At crash-bang competitions across the state, Ashley Barber is often the last woman driving.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Live Updates: Indonesia Appoints Independent Commission to Investigate Stampede
Questions remain about why the police used tear gas to disperse fans in the overcrowded stadium. At least 125 people died, many trampled, after Saturday's game.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

Indonesia Appoints Independent Commission to Investigate Deaths
Questions remain about why the police used tear gas to disperse fans in the overcrowded stadium. At least 125 people died, many trampled, after Saturday's game.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

For the Bucs, Simply Playing at Home Is a Victory
Buccaneers players, coaches and staff members fled south, and the N.F.L. made plans for the game to be played elsewhere, before Ian's path turned.

New York Times Sports
Oct 03, 2022

This Is What Life After the N.B.A. Looks Like
Life is good for some N.B.A. retirees who use millions in earnings to do whatever they want. But others say they have struggled to find a new identity without basketball.

New York Times Sports
Oct 02, 2022

What We Learned From Week 4 in the N.F.L.
The Steelers are testing out a new quarterback, Lamar Jackson needs more help, and Geno Smith is cooking in the new-look Seahawks offense.

New York Times Sports
Oct 02, 2022

Eagles Remain the N.F.L.'s Only Undefeated Team
The Eagles chugged along in Philadelphia, helped by Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence's four fumbles.

New York Times Sports
Oct 02, 2022

Antonio Inoki, Japanese Wrestler and Improbable Diplomat, Dies at 79
After gaining fame for an odd 1976 bout with Muhammad Ali, he became a politician and globe-traveling broker of peace.

New York Times Sports
Oct 02, 2022

Death Is Rare at Soccer Games, but Aggressive Policing Can Light a Match
This is not the first time this year that the sport has had to confront the reality that tragedies often result from failures of policing, security and crowd management.

New York Times Sports
Oct 02, 2022

Fishing Contest Rocked by Cheating Charges After Weights Found in Winning Catches
Two competitors stuffed walleye with lead balls in a scheme that was caught after the tournament director and attendees grew suspicious.

New York Times Sports
Oct 02, 2022

Elias Theodorou, Pioneer of Medical Marijuana in Sports, Dies at 34
A Canadian mixed martial artist, he brought cerebral flair to the ring and a dogged determination to his campaign for changing the sport's drug rules.

New York Times Sports
Oct 02, 2022

Fans Fled as Police Fired Tear Gas, Causing Deadly Rush For Exits
Policing experts and human rights organizations are raising questions about why police used the chemical. In the panic that ensued, many were trampled, leaving at least 125 people dead.

New York Times Sports
Oct 02, 2022

Atlanta Braves Take NL East Lead Over Mets
After losing games started by Jacob deGrom and Max Scherzer, the Mets are suddenly trailing in the N.L. East with time running out on the season.

New York Times Sports
Oct 02, 2022

Live Updates: Death Toll Rises After Indonesian Soccer Match
After a home team loss, fans ran onto the field and were confronted by the police, who used tear gas. In the panic that ensued, many were trampled, leaving at least 170 people dead.

New York Times Sports
Oct 02, 2022

Eliud Kipchoge Had an Unexpected Hand in His Record-Setting Runs
Eliud Kipchoge, the world's greatest marathoner, has an unlikely partner in his world-record-setting marathon runs: a course volunteer who is responsible for handing him nutrition.

New York Times Sports
Oct 01, 2022

More Than 100 Dead in Unrest After Indonesian Soccer Match
After a home team loss, fans rushed the field and were confronted by the police, who used tear gas. In the panic that ensued, many were trampled.

New York Times Sports
Oct 01, 2022

Doctor Who Examined Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa Is Dismissed
After Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa sustained two head injuries in the last week, the players' union removed a neurologist who was part of the process that allowed him to return to the field.

New York Times Sports
Oct 01, 2022

On a Chilly Day, Fans Keep Waiting for Judge's 62nd Home Run
Baltimore largely pitched around Aaron Judge, who went 0 for 2 with a pair of walks, lowering his average to .313.

New York Times Sports
Oct 01, 2022

Riots at Indonesian Soccer Match Leave Several Fans Dead
After the home team lost, fans rushed the field and were confronted by security officers, who used tear gas that left many struggling to breathe.

New York Times Sports
Oct 01, 2022

Yankees Win, but Judge Comes Up Empty-Handed
Judge, the Yankees superstar, now has five games left this season to break a tie with Roger Maris for the most homers in a single season in American League history.

New York Times Sports
Oct 01, 2022

Live Updates: Aaron Judge Tries Again for Home Run No. 62
Judge, the Yankees superstar, has six games left this season to break a tie with Roger Maris for the most homers in a single season in American League history.

New York Times Sports
Oct 01, 2022

The Seattle Mariners End Their 20-Season Playoff Drought
As the longest postseason drought in major American men's team sports comes to its end, a look at the people who helped carry the Mariners back to contention.

New York Times Sports
Oct 01, 2022

Can Mo Farah Still Race at the Top Level?
Farah, a four-time Olympic gold medalist, dropped out of the London Marathon because of an injury. Is his competitive career reaching the finish line?

New York Times Sports
Oct 01, 2022

How Do You Stop Man City's Erling Haaland? You Don't.
The Manchester City striker is too big, too fast, too strong, too good. If there's a secret to keeping him from getting a goal, Manchester United would love to hear it before Sunday.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

Hector Lopez, Who Broke a Baseball Color Barrier, Dies at 93
A utility player for the powerhouse Yankees of the 1960s, he was named manager of the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons, becoming the first Black manager at minor league baseball's highest level.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

Aaron Judge Goes Homerless in a Yankees Loss
Judge, the Yankees superstar, was unable to collect his 62nd homer of the year.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

The Mets Call up Prospect Francisco Álvarez
Looking for some help at designated hitter, the Mets called up Álvarez, 20, the top-rated prospect in baseball.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

Live Updates: Aaron Judge Tries for His 62nd Home Run
Judge, the Yankees superstar, already tied Roger Maris for the A.L. record. Against Baltimore, he'll try to stand alone.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

Rachel Nichols Joins Showtime After Contentious ESPN Exit
Nichols was pulled from the air at ESPN last year after The New York Times reported on disparaging comments that Nichols, who is white, had made about a Black colleague.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

Iran Soccer Stars Speak Out on Protests; Group Urges FIFA Ban
Some of the country's most famous players have expressed support for street protests over the death of a young woman. On Thursday, an activist group went further: It asked FIFA to bar Iran from the World Cup.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

N.F.L.'s Concussion Protocol Under Scrutiny After Tagovailoa Injuries
The N.F.L. said its concussion protocols were followed when Tua Tagovailoa hit his head on Sunday. On Thursday, the quarterback left the field on a stretcher after a second head hit.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

Juventus Learns That Progress Requires a Plan
Its coach rejects any sort of rigid style, preferring to mold his teams to their talent. But when things go bad, as they have in Turin, that lack of philosophy can leave a team to flounder.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

In a Game Built on Violence, No Player Is Safe
The N.F.L. said its concussion protocols were followed when Tua Tagovailoa hit his head on Sunday. On Thursday, the quarterback left the field on a stretcher after a second head hit.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

Can Shohei Ohtani Challenge Aaron Judge for MVP?
Ohtani, a two-way superstar for the Los Angeles Angels, was brilliant for eight innings and is on the verge of a feat no player has done in more than 100 years.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

How Formula 1 Teams Fight Jet Lag
It affects performance, so they use caffeine, avoid light and shoo away hotel housekeeping. And how about some golf?

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

F1's Red Bull Is Now Making its own Power Units
The team lost its supplier, Honda, so it built a plant at its campus in England to produce its own unit.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

Audi Will Race in Formula 1 in 2026
The company has a long racing history, and was once dominant at Le Mans. It will tackle F1 in 2026.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

For the Colts, Mental Health Is Part of the Culture
The Indianapolis Colts hope their mental health initiative, Kicking the Stigma, can be a model for other N.F.L. teams.

New York Times Sports
Sep 30, 2022

Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa Hospitalized After Second Head Hit in Two Games
The Miami quarterback left Thursday's game on a stretcher after his head was slammed to the turf for the second time in five days. The players' union has asked for an investigation of his team's handling of the concussion protocol.

New York Times Sports
Sep 29, 2022

Tua Tagovailoa Removed From Field After Second Head Hit in Two Games
The N.F.L. quarterback left Thursday's game on a stretcher after his head was slammed to the turf. The players' union had previously asked for an investigation of his team's handling of the concussion protocol.

New York Times Sports
Sep 29, 2022

PGA Tour Accuses LIV Golf of Interfering With Its Contracts
The PGA Tour filed a counterclaim against the breakaway, Saudi-backed LIV Golf series, which has accused the tour of antitrust violations.

New York Times Sports
Sep 29, 2022

Hilaree Nelson, 49, a Top Ski Mountaineer, Is Dead in Avalanche
The first woman to lead a global team of adventurers, she made dozens of first descents from peaks around the world. Her body was found in Nepal on Wednesday.

New York Times Sports
Sep 29, 2022

Blue Jays Coach Returns 61st Home Run Ball to Aaron Judge
As a breathtaking home run chase nears its conclusion, there is profit to be had — for Judge, for the Yankees and for a host of other stakeholders.

New York Times Sports
Sep 29, 2022

Roger Maris Would be ‘Tickled to Death' to be Matched by Aaron Judge
Aaron Judge tied Roger Maris's American League record with his 61st home run of the season, and Maris's former teammate Bobby Richardson sees many parallels.

New York Times Sports
Sep 29, 2022

Aaron Judge of Yankees Reacts to Hitting 61st Home Run
Aaron Judge went seven games without a home run, and admitted the chase wore on him. But with one swing of the bat, he matched Roger Maris — and now he's ready for more.

New York Times Sports
Sep 29, 2022

NFL Week 4 Predictions: Our Picks Against the Spread
The Dolphins aim for a 4-0 start, the surprising Jaguars try to hand Jalen Hurts and the Eagles a first loss, and Jonathan Taylor and Derrick Henry go head-to-head.

New York Times Sports
Sep 28, 2022

Aaron Judge Hits 61st Home Run Tying Roger Maris
In one of the greatest seasons in major league history, Judge, the Yankees outfielder, has matched Maris's American League record for home runs in a single season.

New York Times Sports
Sep 28, 2022

Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: 61
Judge, the slugging outfielder, is having an incredible year. We tracked his pursuit of other Yankees greats.

New York Times Sports
Sep 28, 2022

Hilaree Nelson, 49, Top Ski Mountaineer, Is Dead in Nepal Avalanche
The first woman to lead a global team of adventurers, she made dozens of first descents from peaks around the world. Her body was found on Wednesday.

New York Times Sports
Sep 28, 2022

How Much Will Aaron Judge's Home Run Balls Be Worth at Auction?
As a breathtaking home run chase nears its conclusion, there is profit to be had — for Judge, for the Yankees and for a host of other stakeholders.

New York Times Sports
Sep 28, 2022

Who Is Making Money Off Aaron Judge's Home Run Chase?
As a breathtaking home run chase nears its conclusion, there is profit to be had — for Judge, for the Yankees and for a host of other stakeholders.

New York Times Sports
Sep 28, 2022

Magnus Carlsen Accuses Hans Niemann of Cheating
Magnus Carlsen, the World Chess Championship winner, continues his protest against Hans Niemann.

New York Times Sports
Sep 28, 2022

Body of U.S. Mountaineer, Hilaree Nelson, Found After Avalanche in Nepal
Hilaree Nelson was apparently blown off a cliff while she was skiing down Manaslu, the world's eighth-highest peak.

New York Times Sports
Sep 28, 2022

Mets Prepare for Braves and Hurrican Ian
A tie at the top of the N.L. East, a three-game series against a key rival and a hurricane causing extreme weather have aligned as the regular season nears its end.

New York Times Sports
Sep 28, 2022

The Chasm Between AFC and NFC Teams Seems Huge — for Now
Led by offenses both expected (the Bills and Ravens) and surprising (the Jaguars), A.F.C. teams have dominated early-season scoring while perennial N.F.C. contenders have shown their age.

New York Times Sports
Sep 28, 2022

A Passing Record Even Marino, Manning and Brady Haven't Touched
Norm Van Brocklin threw for 554 yards in a game in 1951. A few players have come close but, even in a pass-heavy era of football, none have surpassed his total.

New York Times Sports
Sep 27, 2022

Yankees Clinch AL East Title but Aaron Judge Does Not Homer
A win over Toronto gave the Yankees the American League East title, but Aaron Judge remained stuck at 60 home runs.

New York Times Sports
Sep 27, 2022

U.S. Men's Soccer Team Closes World Cup Tuneups Looking Listless
The team had a scoreless draw with Saudi Arabia to follow a 2-0 loss to Japan. In more ways than one, they were atypical of the send-off matches in World Cup years.

New York Times Sports
Sep 27, 2022

Memphis and Hardaway Escape Serious Punishment for NCAA Violations
An N.C.A.A. panel said Hardaway's unique standing made it allowable for him to give moving expenses to the family of a star player.

New York Times Sports
Sep 27, 2022

Federer on His Exit and Holding Nadal's Hand: ‘It's Maybe a Secret Thank You'
In an interview, Roger Federer opens up about the emotions of his goodbye at the Laver Cup and about the future of men's tennis. "Nobody needs to play like me, by the way," he said.

New York Times Sports
Sep 27, 2022

Frankie Montas Unlikely for Yankees Postseason Rotation
Frankie Montas, Aroldis Chapman and Aaron Hicks are question marks for a team that is on the verge of clinching a first-round bye.

New York Times Sports
Sep 27, 2022

Giants' Promising Start Fades Under Cowboy Pressure
Daniel Jones took five sacks as the Giants' offense failed to make a case it should remain intact.

New York Times Sports
Sep 27, 2022

Giants' Promising Start Fades Under Cowboys Pressure
Daniel Jones took five sacks as the Giants' offense failed to make a case it should remain intact.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

The Remaking of the Seattle Mariners
As the longest postseason drought in major American men's team sports appears to be nearing its end, a look at the people who helped carry the Mariners back to contention.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

US Mountaineer Hilaree Nelson Is Missing in Nepal
Hilaree Nelson, 49, appears to have fallen into a crevasse on Manaslu while attempting to ski from the summit. Separately, an avalanche killed at least one and left many injured.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

How Rock Climbers and Snowboarders Became a Political Force
Protect Our Winters, a nonprofit group with an advocacy arm, is changing how climate lobbying is done. It is achieving surprising results.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

Boston Celtics Players ‘Shocked' by Coach Ime Udoka's Suspension
Boston's Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown said they had not spoken to Coach Ime Udoka since the team announced his full-season suspension on Thursday.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

US Mountaineer Hilaree Nelson Is Missing in Nepal Avalanche
Hilaree Nelson, 49, appears to have fallen into a crevasse on Manaslu while attempting to ski from the summit. Separately, an avalanche killed at least one and left many injured.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

An Avalanche Hits Nepal, and a US Mountaineer Disappears
Hillaree Nelson, 49, appears to have fallen into a crevasse on Manaslu while attempting to ski from the summit. Separately, an avalanche killed at least one and left many injured.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving Talk About Nets' Rocky Off-Season
Durant had asked to be traded but stayed put. Irving said he had come close to joining another team but decided that staying in Brooklyn was his best choice.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

How Aaron Donald Bull-Rushed His Way to 100 Sacks
With an average of 0.77 sacks per game, Donald could challenge Bruce Smith's career sacks record. But only if he plays well beyond his stated plans.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

The End of the $25,000 NFL Rookie Dinner?
Young athletes are expected to treat their veteran teammates to an exorbitant meal. Is it a form of team bonding — or hazing by another name?

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

How Bryson DeChambeau Saved Long Drive Golf
The sport is gaining fans among the public and professional golfers, many of whom have adopted its techniques for their own games.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

NFL Nixes Tackle Game From Pro Bowl
Pro football's annual all-star event will instead feature a flag football game and skills competition in an attempt to restore interest and increase player participation.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

Brett Favre's Most Memorable Stat May Be $8 Million Meant for the Poor
His role in the misappropriation of welfare money has infuriated people in his native Mississippi and prompted some fans to call for his removal from the Hall of Fame.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

Thomas Morstead and Dolphins Survive Butt Punt to Beat Bills
The Butt Punt seems destined to join the Butt Fumble in N.F.L. rear-end-related lore.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

Despite Injuries, Several Quarterbacks Play On
The N.F.L.'s players' union will start an inquiry after Miami's Tua Tagovailoa hits his head, yet returns to the game.

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

Aaron Judge of Yankees Heads to Toronto Stuck on 60 Homers
Aaron Judge went five games without a home run and heads to Toronto one short of Roger Maris, but the Yankees won each game and Judge "was in the middle of all of it."

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

The End of the $25,000 N.F.L. Rookie Dinner?
Young athletes are expected to treat their veteran teammates to an exorbitant meal. Is it a form of team bonding — or hazing by another name?

New York Times Sports
Sep 26, 2022

Welfare Scandal in Mississippi May Tarnish Brett Favre's Legacy
His role in the misappropriation of welfare money has infuriated people in his native Mississippi and prompted some fans to call for his removal from the Hall of Fame.

New York Times Sports
Sep 25, 2022

What We Learned From Week 3 in the N.F.L.
Some upsets — the Dolphins over the Bills, the Colts over Kansas City — are more upsetting than others (the Saints and Raiders are in real trouble.)

New York Times Sports
Sep 25, 2022

Rihanna to Perform at Super Bowl Halftime
The singer's highly anticipated return to the stage will include the first halftime show under the N.F.L.'s new sponsorship deal with Apple Music.

New York Times Sports
Sep 25, 2022

Greg Lee, a Key Member of Two U.C.L.A. Title-Winners, Dies at 70
A master of the assist, he played alongside Bill Walton and Jamaal Wilkes on teams that John Wooden led to the N.C.A.A. championship in 1972 and 1973.

New York Times Sports
Sep 25, 2022

Eliud Kipchoge Smashes His Own World Record at the Berlin Marathon
Kipchoge ran the Berlin Marathon in a time of 2:01:09. Tigist Assefa shocked the women's field by running her second marathon in 2:15:38, a course record.

New York Times Sports
Sep 25, 2022

Eliud Kipchoge Smashes His Own Marathon World Record
Kipchoge ran the Berlin Marathon in a time of 2:01:10. He has no equal in the distance.

New York Times Sports
Sep 25, 2022

How Ron Blomberg of the Yankees Saved Rosh Hashana in 1971
Every year as Rosh Hashana approaches, a longtime reporter thinks back to 1971 when he was running out of time and Ron Blomberg, the Yankees' only Jewish player, came through.

New York Times Sports
Sep 24, 2022

Federer's Goodbye a Reminder of the Events and Shots That Make His Legacy
Federer kept alive a one-handed backhand, tried rushing the net on returns and helped popularize the between-the-legs shot. And with the Laver Cup, he showed that tournaments can be different, too.

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