Athletics: Tia Rozario rewrites Singapore triple jump mark despite Covid disruption

SINGAPORE – For much of the past year, Princeton University’s Tia Louise Rozario has been stuck in New Jersey, training under strict Covid-19 safety guidelines, such as maintaining social distancing with her teammates and keeping her mask on at all times – even during track and field training. It was only on April 17 that official local athletics meets were […]

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Aaron Judge’s Mastery Over Baltimore Continues in Win

BALTIMORE — Aaron Judge homered for the third time in two games, Domingo German had another stellar outing at Camden Yards and the Yankees beat the Baltimore Orioles, 8-2, on Saturday night. After hitting two home runs Friday, Judge provided the Yankees a 5-0 lead with a two-run shot in the second. Six of Judge’s 11 homers this season have […]

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The infield party went on at the Preakness, if a bit muted.

Stories about the infield party at the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore are legendary: the coolers of beer, the portable toilet races, the bikini contests, the couches brought in from the streets. Through the years there have been more and more restrictions put in place to curb extra rowdy — by infield standards — behavior, and this year’s event may be […]

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Alex Rodriguez, billionaire Marc Lore reach deal with Timberwolves, Lynx ownership

Fox Business Flash top headlines for May 13 Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Former MLB star Alex Rodriguez and billionaire entrepreneur Marc Lore agreed to terms with Glen Taylor for the sale of the Minnesota Timberwolves and the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx, the team announced.  Glen Taylor announced the deal was done just a few days after the 30-day window […]

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Northwestern Athletic Director Resigns Amid Backlash Over Harassment Case

Erika Carter breathed a small sigh of relief when she learned that Mike Polisky had resigned as the Northwestern University athletic director after about 10 days in the role. But it was just a small sigh. Polisky had stepped aside on Wednesday amid escalating questions over his and the university’s handling of accusations of sexual harassment and racism within its […]

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Tom Wilson Is Hockey’s Chief Villain. Or Is He?

Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson, according to some of his peers, is a menace. A bully. A punk. A goon. He is reckless, vicious, dirty, and bad for hockey. He might have fit in 30 years ago, but his conduct — illegal checks and high hits, at the price of five suspensions in his career — has no place in […]

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‘No Smile, No Trash Talk’: Behind Tim Duncan’s Quiet Excellence

Tim Duncan stoically spent 19 fundamentally sound seasons allowing his play to speak for him. Nineteen playoff appearances. Fifteen All-Star selections. Five championships. Five total Most Valuable Player Awards, three in the finals, two in the regular season. And this week, he’ll be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in a heralded class alongside Kevin Garnett and the late […]

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Alex Rodriguez, billionaire Marc Lore finalize Timberwolves purchase: report

Fox Business Flash top headlines for May 13 Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Alex Rodriguez and billionaire entrepreneur Marc Lore reportedly finalized a deal to buy the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday. The former New York Yankees star and the former president and CEO of Walmart U.S. eCommerce had been in agreement with current owner Glen Taylor in April to […]

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