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With or Without the Say of Players, College Football Moves Toward a Return

With or Without the Say of Players, College Football Moves Toward a Return

With or Without the Say of Players, College Football Moves Toward a Return With or Without the Say of Players, College Football Moves Toward a Return The sport is a lifeline to many schools and their surrounding communities, with billions of dollars earned from television contracts and live games often supporting entire athletic programs, lifting businesses near stadiums and building …

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Charlatan, a Belmont Stakes Contender, Tests Positive for a Banned Substance

Charlatan, a Belmont Stakes Contender, Tests Positive for a Banned Substance

Charlatan, a Belmont Stakes Contender, Tests Positive for a Banned Substance Charlatan, a Belmont Stakes Contender, Tests Positive for a Banned Substance Two horses trained by the Hall of Famer Bob Baffert tested positive for a banned substance at a recently concluded meet at Oaklawn Park in Arkansas, according to a person familiar with the testing process. One of the …

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N.H.L. Announces Plan for Returning

N.H.L. Announces Plan for Returning

N.H.L. Announces Plan for Returning N.H.L. Announces Plan for Returning More than two and a half months after shutting down because of the coronavirus outbreak, the National Hockey League became the largest North American professional sports league to announce definitive plans for a return. Gary Bettman, the commissioner of the N.H.L., announced on Tuesday that 24 of the 31 teams, …

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National Hockey League Edges Toward Restart With Detailed Plans

National Hockey League Edges Toward Restart With Detailed Plans

National Hockey League Edges Toward Restart With Detailed Plans National Hockey League Edges Toward Restart With Detailed Plans A game once played outdoors in subzero temperatures and wool sweaters may soon crown its champion during the swelter of summer. On Monday, the National Hockey League sent a memo to players and members of the news media detailing a plan to …

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Two Months Later, the Iditarod Champion May Finally Get a Ride Home

He Placed in a Virtual Race. But His Racing Was Too Virtual.

Two Months Later, the Iditarod Champion May Finally Get a Ride Home Two Months Later, the Iditarod Champion May Finally Get a Ride Home Thomas Waerner was contending for the lead in the Iditarod sled dog race in mid-March. Yet as he focused on the race and his dogs, he couldn’t help pick up the whispers at rest stops: Coronavirus. …

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Athing Mu Might Be America’s Fastest Teenager. How Much Faster Will She Be in 2021?

Athing Mu Might Be America’s Fastest Teenager. How Much Faster Will She Be in 2021?

Athing Mu Might Be America’s Fastest Teenager. How Much Faster Will She Be in 2021? Athing Mu Might Be America’s Fastest Teenager. How Much Faster Will She Be in 2021? Athing Mu’s days are a lot less complicated than they were supposed to be. There is sleep, online classes, some last exams in her final days at Trenton Central High …

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Eddie Sutton, 84, Winning Basketball Coach at Four Schools, Dies

Eddie Sutton, 84, Winning Basketball Coach at Four Schools, Dies

Eddie Sutton, 84, Winning Basketball Coach at Four Schools, Dies Eddie Sutton, 84, Winning Basketball Coach at Four Schools, Dies Eddie Sutton, who coached major college basketball teams to a total of 806 victories in a career spanning 37 seasons and became the first coach to take four schools to the N.C.A.A. Division I championship tournament, died on Saturday at …

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Regan Smith: No Swimming, No Olympics, No Graduation. No Complaints.

Regan Smith: No Swimming, No Olympics, No Graduation. No Complaints.

Regan Smith: No Swimming, No Olympics, No Graduation. No Complaints. Regan Smith: No Swimming, No Olympics, No Graduation. No Complaints. People throughout the sports world, from athletes to arena staff members, tell The New York Times how their lives have changed during the coronavirus pandemic. Regan Smith was peaking at just the right time for the 2020 Summer Olympics. She …

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He Placed in a Virtual Race. But His Racing Was Too Virtual.

He Placed in a Virtual Race. But His Racing Was Too Virtual.

He Placed in a Virtual Race. But His Racing Was Too Virtual. He Placed in a Virtual Race. But His Racing Was Too Virtual. Daniel Abt might be a successful driver on the Formula E circuit, the racecar series normally using electric cars, but he had not been so good at the virtual races that are substituting for the real …

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The Cost of Rushing Back to Sports: A Star’s Life

The Cost of Rushing Back to Sports: A Star’s Life

The Cost of Rushing Back to Sports: A Star’s Life The Cost of Rushing Back to Sports: A Star’s Life Nobody made much of it when Joe Hall skated off the ice. On March 29, 1919, his Montreal Canadiens were on the verge of losing Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals to the Seattle Metropolitans. Hall, 37, was one …

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