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These 90-Year-Old Runners Have Some Advice for You

The scene at the Ansin Sports Complex in Miramar, Fla., was recognizable, not unlike any high school track-and-field meet. There…

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Max Scherzer Leaves Early With Discomfort in Mets Win

Max Scherzer had a four-run lead in the sixth inning and everything was rolling right along for the Mets —…

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Gleyber Torres Powers Yankees Past Blue Jays

Gleyber Torres sent a fastball soaring, started jogging toward first base and raised his right arm about the time a…

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Aaron Judge Takes Home Run Lead With Walk-Off Against Toronto

Aaron Judge hit a mammoth three-run drive in the ninth inning for his first walk-off home run in the major…

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World

Brian Benjamin Might Not Be on the N.Y. Ballot After All

ALBANY, N.Y. — State lawmakers are expected on Monday to carve out a legal path for the former lieutenant governor,…

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N.F.L. Draft Demands Well-Rounded Linemen Who Can Still Flatten

Offensive linemen have always loved “pancakes” — no-doubt-about-it blocks that end with them flexing over flattened defenders. But Ikem Ekwonu,…

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Sports

‘You Don’t Necessarily Hit Your Limit at Any Given Age’

BOSTON — Last summer, Natasha Wodak exceeded her expectations when she pushed through molten conditions to place 13th in the…

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Sports

A Mentalist Sets a Central Park Running Record (Just as He Foresaw)

Before sunrise last Friday, Oz Pearlman loosened up in front of Engineers’ Gate, one of the entrances to Central Park.…

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Mets Can’t Win ’Em All, but Signs Point to Winning a Lot

WASHINGTON — It is hard to draw any conclusions after four games. That is merely 2.5 percent of the 162-game…

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Forget Heartbreak Hill. It’s Boston’s Downhills That Cause the Real Pain.

The Boston Marathon is a little more than a week away, and that means lots of runners are fretting over…

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