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Engineering Marvel of the Winter Olympics: A Broom

Engineering Marvel of the Winter Olympics: A Broom

Smart Broom co-inventors Andrew Flemming, left, Will Hamilton and Geoff Fowler.

N.B.A.’s 10-Day Contract Is Essentially a Job Tryout

N.B.A.’s 10-Day Contract Is Essentially a Job Tryout

On a 10-day contract, Cartier Martin has started four games for the Atlanta Hawks.

No Storybook Ending for Serena Williams. Instead, a Wimbledon Title for Angelique Kerber.

No Storybook Ending for Serena Williams. Instead, a Wimbledon Title for Angelique Kerber.

Angelique Kerber, holding the champion’s dish, after defeating Serena Williams in the Wimbledon final on Saturday.

Kylian Mbappé and the Boys From the Banlieues

Kylian Mbappé and the Boys From the Banlieues

A giant mural of the star striker Kylian Mbappé overlooks the road from Bondy, where he grew up, to Paris. “Ville des possibles” it reads: city of possibilities.

Ohio State Band Shows Flair Even as It Sticks to the Script

Ohio State Band Shows Flair Even as It Sticks to the Script

The Ohio State marching band in the formation known as Script Ohio before a home victory over Michigan in 2004. A veteran sousaphone player is usually given the honor of dotting the I.

How Alabama Won the National Championship, Drive by Drive

How Alabama Won the National Championship, Drive by Drive

Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith, center, celebrated his game-winning touchdown.

An American Water Polo Star Tries to Conquer Something New: Hungary

An American Water Polo Star Tries to Conquer Something New: Hungary

Maggie Steffens is the first member of the United States women’s national team to compete in the elite Hungarian water polo league.

Following Old Masters, Luis Severino Throws a Gem for the Yankees

Following Old Masters, Luis Severino Throws a Gem for the Yankees

Luis Severino, right, with Austin Romine after his dominant outing on Tuesday. Severino gave up five hits in a shutout.

Giants Select Saquon Barkley; Jets Choose Sam Darnold

Giants Select Saquon Barkley; Jets Choose Sam Darnold

Saquon Barkley, second from right, onstage after being drafted at No. 2 over all by the Giants.

British Open: A Relaxed Kevin Kisner Putts His Way to an Early Lead

British Open: A Relaxed Kevin Kisner Putts His Way to an Early Lead

Kevin Kisner on the 17th hole on Thursday during the first round of the British Open.

Colleges Dance Around Travel Bans, With the Help of Their Lawyers

Colleges Dance Around Travel Bans, With the Help of Their Lawyers

The San Diego State Aztecs, in black, had to use revenue from donations to finance their trip to Wichita, Kan., for their round of 64 game in the N.C.A.A. tournament because of California’s law banning state-funded travel to certain states.

Russian Hackers Release Stolen Emails in New Effort to Undermine Doping Investigators

Russian Hackers Release Stolen Emails in New Effort to Undermine Doping Investigators

Russian hackers released a new set of stolen emails on Wednesday, part of an effort to highlight disagreements between global sports officials and international doping regulators.

Where Are the American Women in Olympic Figure Skating?

Where Are the American Women in Olympic Figure Skating?

Tara Lipinski won the 1998 Olympic gold medal; Sarah Hughes won the 2002 gold medal; Michelle Kwan won the 1998 silver and 2002 bronze medals; and Sasha Cohen won the 2006 silver.

Clemson Leaves No Doubt in National Championship Thrashing of Alabama

Clemson Leaves No Doubt in National Championship Thrashing of Alabama

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence after the game.

Golden Betting Slips for the Golden Knights

Golden Betting Slips for the Golden Knights

Charrize Dy-Soriano and her husband, Hermin Soriano, plan to use the money made from selling a bet on the Vegas Golden Knights’ winning a Stanley Cup to travel to Paris for their wedding anniversary this summer.

Roger Goodell Expected to Demand Millions of Dollars From Jerry Jones

Roger Goodell Expected to Demand Millions of Dollars From Jerry Jones

The Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, right, with N.F.L. Commissioner Roger Goodell at an owners meeting in December. In the midst of a public feud with Goodell last fall, Jones had threatened to sue several fellow owners over a contract extension for Goodell that Jones argued was overly generous.


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