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What to Know About Tiger Woods’s Car Crash and Condition

Tiger Woods was rushed to a hospital with serious leg injuries on Tuesday morning in Los Angeles County after he was involved in...

This Book Is Not About Baseball. But Baseball Teams Swear by It.

Everett Teaford remembers the curious gaze from the executive across the room. Teaford, a former major league pitcher, had joined the Houston Astros as...

Welcome Back, New York Fans. Please Keep Your Distance.

One drummer yelled across the arena — possibly to a team of breakdancers — “You all look wack over there.” In previous years, his...

Tiger Woods Out of Surgery and ‘Recovering’ After Serious Car Crash

Just two years earlier, Mr. Woods had ranked as low as 1,119th in the world. His comeback, especially considering his travails off the course,...

New Anti-Racism Project Hopes to Push Soccer Past Gestures

Tony Sanneh saw the pattern while he was a player. It is precisely the same one he sees now, more than a decade after...

That Strange Feeling Going Around Is Optimism

It was a rough couple of decades for sports in New York, and not just because of the incessant losing. The last 20 years...

The Pandemic Has Diminished Part of Athletes’ Jobs: Signing Autographs

The tennis player Eugenie Bouchard grew accustomed to drawing a crowd of autograph seekers. At tournaments, she routinely scribbled her signature for almost...

Luis Suárez Rediscovers His Bite

When coach and player first spoke by phone, Simeone detected “the energy, the hunger, the defiance” that have not only characterized Suárez, but that...

Australian Open 2021: In Defeat, Jennifer Brady Proves She Belongs

Osaka plays so many good shots in the toughest moments that her opponents feel a constant need to hit perfect shot after perfect shot,...

Australian Open Offered Unexpected Lessons About Pandemic Sports

MELBOURNE, Australia — The leaders of the Australian Open wanted their intricate safety strategy to teach the sports world important lessons for the coronavirus...

Tom Konchalski, Dogged Basketball Scout, Dies at 74

He traveled to schools, camps and schoolyards to evaluate high school players, and his reports were essential to college coaches in their recruiting.

Novak Djokovic Wins Ninth Australian Open Title

Nor does he look it.Before Sunday’s match, Lleyton Hewitt, a former world No. 1 and a two-time Grand Slam champion in the 2000s,...

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