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After a Midrace Heart Attack, Triathlon Champ Is Headed Back to the Start Line
Timothy O’Donnell nearly died from a heart attack at the Miami Challenge last year. Now it’s all about getting back to the Ironman World Championship in October.
How the Rangers Beat the Penguins in Game 7 in Overtime
Artemi Panarin scored on the power play to send the Rangers to a second-round series against the Carolina Hurricanes after they had faced a three-games-to-one deficit.
Albert Pujols’s Pitching Debut Falls Short of Lena Blackburne’s
Albert Pujols was the life of the party in the Cardinals’ 15-6 win against the Giants. But he fell short of being the oldest player to pitch for the first time.
P.S.G.’s Idrissa Gueye Refuses to Wear Rainbow Jersey, Missing Match
Idrissa Gueye faced criticism after he missed a game rather than wear a shirt designed to support an anti-homophobia initiative. He missed the same game last year.
A Rare Kind of Filly Is Thrilling Racing Fans in Japan
Sodashi, who won the Victoria Mile on Sunday in Tokyo, has a rare genetic anomaly and may be the greatest thoroughbred of its kind.
How the Dallas Mavericks Stunned the Phoenix Suns in Game 7
The Suns had the best record in the N.B.A. in the regular season and went to the finals last year. This time, they couldn’t make it out of the second round.
Boston Celtics Dominate Milwaukee Bucks in Game 7 Win
Boston, with a surprise 27 points from Grant Williams, led by as many as 28. The Celtics will face the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference finals.
The Oakland Athletics are the Loneliest Team in Baseball
With the Oakland Athletics having gutted their roster and flirted with Las Vegas, their once-loyal fans appear to be in revolt.
Mets Lose to Mariners, Dropping First Series of 2022
Splitting a series was the worst the Mets had done before the Mariners came to town for three games.
They Treated Their Sports Like a Job. They Wish the N.C.A.A. Had, Too.
A Supreme Court ruling and changes in college sports have given momentum to a lawsuit accusing the N.C.A.A. of violating federal minimum-wage laws by refusing to pay athletes like employees.
Hunter Greene and Reds Allow No Hits in Loss
For just the sixth time since 1901, a team allowed no hits and lost. In the Reds’ attempt at history, they allowed Hunter Greene, a rookie, to throw 118 pitches.
What the Italian Open Is Foretelling About the French Open
Though at opposite poles of their careers, the top singles players, Iga Swiatek and Novak Djokovic, both cruised to titles in Rome and are looking strong heading into Paris.
Las Vegas Raiders Franchise Riddled With Dysfunction and Executive Departures
Former employees described an N.F.L. franchise bedeviled by executive departures, poor financial management, unpaid electric bills and a raft of firings, payouts and N.D.A.s.
Manny Machado Brings Chess (and Hits) to the Padres
Manny Machado of the San Diego Padres is the hottest hitter in baseball, and he is coming for your Queen.
In N.H.L. Playoffs, a Canadian Divide Between Winners and Losers
The Maple Leafs set a record for futility, but the Oilers and the Flames made up for it. They will meet in a postseason Battle of Alberta for the first time in more than 30 years.
NBA Preview: Miami Heat and Boston Celtics Fight to Win the East
Miami and Boston will meet in the Eastern Conference finals, with each team rightfully confident in its ability to win. The series may be too close to call.
Yankees Are Off to Third Best Start in Franchise History
An easy win over Baltimore improved the Yankees’ record to 26-9. The Mets, meanwhile, were rained out in Queens.
Jürgen Blin, Who Went 7 Rounds Against Ali, Dies at 79
In 1971, Blin was a working-class fighter from Hamburg and a top contender in Germany. Ali was coming off a loss to Joe Frazier and needed to get back in shape.
Cortes Is Brilliant Yet Again as Yankees Top White Sox
Nestor Cortes’s unbelievable journey continued with a career-high eight innings.
Rangers Push the Penguins to Game 7 in New York With a 5-3 Win
Linemates Chris Kreider and Mika Zibanejad each scored two goals to extend the series and guarantee New York its first Game 7 since 2015.