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Lightning Will Attempt a Third Straight Stanley Cup Against the Avalanche

No matter the sport, winning back-to-back championships titles is rare because it’s so hard. Injuries, egos, contract demands and the…

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Conservative Party Wins Big in South Korean Local Elections

SEOUL — President Yoon Suk-yeol’s governing party won​ 12 of the 17 races for big-city mayors and provincial governors ​in…

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Scottie Scheffler Wins His First Masters Championship

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Scottie Scheffler, a rising star on the PGA Tour, now has a green jacket to go with…

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‘The Power of the Dog’ Wins Best Film at Wide-Open BAFTAs

LONDON — “The Power of the Dog,” Jane Campion’s tense Western about two clashing brothers on a Montana ranch, starring…

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Short-Track Speedskating: How It Works and Who’s Worth Watching

BEIJING — The first night of short-track speedskating at the Olympics did not disappoint. The hosts China won their first…

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‘He’s Inspired a Nation’: Dylan Alcott Says Goodbye to Tennis

MELBOURNE, Australia — The lineup at Rod Laver Arena on Thursday at the Australian Open offered a who’s who of…

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Launching Themselves Toward Beijing

The December Dew Tour stop is a always big one for the best snowboarders and freestyle skiers and for the…

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Serena Williams Withdraws From Australian Open

Serena Williams has announced her withdrawal from next month’s Australian Open, extending her absence from the sport that she long…

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Mikaela Shiffrin Has a Slalom Record, and, Finally, a Rival

KILLINGTON, Vt. — The most enduring athletic careers are typically defined by a rivalry with an opponent of comparable talent…

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He Knows the Best-Kept Secret in Sports. No, He Won’t Tell.

At this time of year, Pascal Ferré seems to field the same call, over and over again. They come from…

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