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At the U.S. Open, a 48-Year-Old Is in the Hunt
The 48-year-old English golfer, whose first tour victory came last month, shared the lead after two rounds of the Open at Torrey Pines.
Nike’s Shifts in Track and Field Are Top of Mind as Trials Begin
A series of contract changes, executive shuffling and internal responses to scandals have athletes and others wondering where the sport stands with Nike as it heads into the Olympics.
Ryan Lochte Fails to Make U.S. Olympic Swim Team
At age 36, Lochte tried to make the team for the fifth time, five years after his turn at the 2016 Games was marred by his false claim about being robbed at gunpoint.
Night Golf Is Taking Over South Korea
“White night” golf is a nocturnal sports phenomenon that reflects the still surging popularity of the sport and the lengths some will go in order to nab a tee time.
Portugal's Renato Sanches and the Risks of Going Too Fast
As a teenager, he was the breakout star of the last European Championship. Five years later, he is still waiting to build on that promise.
Islanders Lead a Return to Normal in New York Sports
Since the return of fans into stadiums and arenas in the New York area, nothing has quite matched the intensity of what is been happening in Uniondale.
Simone Manuel Falters in the Olympic Swimming Race That Made Her
After failing to qualify for the 100-meter freestyle in Tokyo, she has one last chance to make the U.S. team. It’s a stunning setback for a star of the Rio Olympics who spoke of mental and physical fatigue.
At Euro 2020, a Reminder That Good Can Be Great
Holding national teams to club standards spoils the fun of international tournaments like the Euros and Copa América.
UEFA Could Move Euro 2020 Final From Wembley
Tournament organizers and the British government are holding talks about easing pandemic restrictions before the final at London’s Wembley Stadium on July 11.
The Bucks Respond With a Star Performance of Their Own
Giannis Antetokounmpo helped force a Game 7 with 30 points and 17 rebounds.
In Sprint to Reopening, Sports Hits Pandemic Obstacles
There is perhaps no greater hurdle to a return to normalcy in sports than the hesitancy among some elite athletes to be vaccinated.
Was The NBA Season Too Much Too Soon After the Bubble?
A rash of injuries leads LeBron James to question the league’s packed schedule.
Confusion Reigns at Trials Over Runner Who Blamed Drug Test on Burrito
Shelby Houlihan was poised to compete for a spot at the Games despite a doping ban that she blamed on burrito meat. Athletes complained, and a reversal to keep her sidelined eventually came from the highest levels of American Olympic governance.
Christian Eriksen Will Get Defibrillator; Denmark Falls to Belgium
Eriksen, who collapsed during a Euro 2020 game on Saturday, will have a defibrillator implanted, Denmark’s team doctor said.
Inside the ‘Deadly Serious’ World of E-Sports in South Korea
Each year, thousands of young South Koreans compete to join pro e-sports teams, but only a few make the cut​. An American company in Seoul wants to help more young gamers find jobs.
Former Times Columnist George Vecsey Gets Tribute From Son
I had to share my father with millions of readers, but they never got hear the back stories over a Wendy’s hamburger coming home from Shea Stadium in the middle of the night.
An Old Yankees Draft Pick Comes Back to Haunt Them
James Kaprielian continued a strong start for red-hot Oakland. The Mets, meanwhile, lost a nail-biter to Washington.
At the U.S. Open, Matthew Wolff Is Having Fun Again
The promising young golfer took two months off the PGA Tour when he stopped enjoying the game and was worried about his mental health. He says he’s thrilled to be back.
U.S.A. Track & Field Olympic Trials: Schedule and Events Details
The top three finishers in each event qualify for the Tokyo Games, provided they have reached the Olympic standard.
Naomi Osaka Withdraws From Wimbledon but Will Play in Tokyo Olympics
She had withdrawn from the French Open in May, citing mental health issues, and had said her playing calendar was undetermined.