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Olympic Official Who Delivered Rio Games Sentenced to 30 Years for Bribery

The man who brought the Olympics to South America for the first time has been sentenced to more than 30…

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Do Sports Still Need China?

The rewards for international sports leagues and organizations are plain: lucrative broadcast deals, bountiful sponsorship opportunities ...

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Do Sports Still Need China?

The rewards for international sports leagues and organizations are plain: lucrative broadcast deals, bountiful sponsorship opportunities ...

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How Peng Shuai Went From ‘Chinese Princess’ to Silenced #MeToo Accuser

When Peng Shuai was a young tennis player in China’s national sports system, she battled officials for control over her…

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Transgender Athletes Face Bans From Girls’ Sports in 10 U.S. States

Texas has become the latest, and the most populous, state to bar transgender girls from participating in girls’ sports at…

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An N.B.A. Female ‘First’ Hopes It’s Not Such a Big Deal Soon

MILWAUKEE — It had the feel of the first day of school for Lisa Byington, who was learning her way…

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A Loyal Catholic’s Mission to Protect the Church From Youth Football

CINCINNATI — Denny Doyle is a committed Catholic and a lifelong football fan, and he saw little conflict between the…

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‘Devastated, Disgusted, but Not Shocked’

In the top professional soccer league for women in North America, everyone understood that the power primarily rested with men:…

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Female Soccer Players Are Done Taking Abuse. Let’s Stop Dishing It Out.

When will we stop treating women in sports as second-class citizens? That question needs pondering, once again, in light of…

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Labor Memo Amounts to New Stance From Feds Against the N.C.A.A.

Athletes at private universities should be considered employees under federal labor law, and therefore allowed to unionize and seek protection…

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