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Her Race Against A.L.S.: 50 Marathons in 50 States

Andrea Peet had just passed the 11th mile of the 2020 Mississippi Blues Marathon when she felt an abrupt jolt.…

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Oh, You Thought the Miami Heat Were Done? Jimmy Butler Said No.

BOSTON — In a playoff series that had long ago lost any semblance of order or predictability, Jimmy Butler of…

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Champions League Final: How, and When, to Watch

PARIS — As collisions of star power, pedigree and history go — and provided you don’t support one of their…

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Amid Gun Violence, Giants Manager Will Not Come Out for Anthem

Gabe Kapler observed his own moment of silence sometime before the San Francisco Giants team he manages opened its Memorial…

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A Chinese Tennis Star Emerges at a Precarious Time

PARIS — To keep things simpler for her Mandarin-challenged Western friends, the rising Chinese tennis star Zheng Qinwen often goes…

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The Rangers Brace for a ‘Desperate Game’ Against the Hurricanes

Seth Jarvis, the Carolina Hurricanes’ rookie center, bore the swollen aspect of a playoff hockey player on Friday. With the…

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Coco Gauff Loves Clay. Really.

As French Open riddles go, Coco Gauff makes for a pretty good one. On the surface, she has no business…

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The Week When Sports Would Not Let America Look Away

Before the big N.B.A. game Tuesday night, there was no talk of basketball: only frustration, rage and pain. On Thursday,…

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Game Theories

Credit...Millie von PlatenOne day this spring, Gregg Giannotti showed up to work dressed as a leprechaun. Giannotti, better known as…

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As Formula 1 Surges in the U.S., IndyCar Hopes to Keep Up

For decades, May in motorsports in the United States focused on one event: the Indianapolis 500, one of America’s most…

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