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Hitchcock, 66, the third-winningest coach in N.H.L. history, came out of retirement to take over his hometown team, which fired Todd McLellan
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Supporters see the new president of the international boxing federation as its savior. The United States government sees him as "one of Uzbekistan’s leading criminals.”
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The Cavaliers have announced that J.R. Smith will no longer be with the team, on the eve of LeBron's return to Cleveland. Smith has asked to be traded.
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Chess on TV. Chess at the bar. Norway is "weird in many ways — so many ways."
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With more than 1 million people expected to finish a race, Thanksgiving has become the most popular day of the year to run
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Andrew Keh 8h
In Norway, people drink at chess-themed bars, listen to chess podcasts, make chess-inspired art and watch hours of chess on TV. Chess, of all things, has become omnipresent there over the last few years. Somehow, it has become cool. I went to Oslo to see:
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tariq panja 4h
“I’d be the first person here to say, ‘If you can show evidence that Gafur Rakhimov is guilty, don’t just remove him from A.I.B.A., but put him in jail.”
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Connor Ennis 22h
In past three years, the number of 6-to-12-year-olds playing flag football has gone up 38 percent. Now nearly 100,000 more play flag than tackle football. & on a sport's present and future
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Brian Windhorst knew all along that it was chicken tortilla soup. But sometimes standing up for yourself involves holding such information back.
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If the International Olympic Committee casts out boxing's international federation on Dec. 1, as is widely expected, it will have to scramble to organize a boxing competition for the 2020 Tokyo Games.
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Which potential future Hall of Famer owns a winery that sells a 2015 cabernet sauvignon for $125? That's just one of the things you'll find out about this year's contenders.
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Adrian Beltre had his quirks, and provided countless laughs, but he may have been the greatest third baseman who ever lived.
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“You’d like to win by more than 3 and score 50, but that’s the way it happened today,” Jared Goff said
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NYT Sports 18h
If you decide to send hate mail (or tweets) to Commissioner Adam Silver, do not be surprised if he writes you back.
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NYT Sports 19h
“He’s the Michelangelo of the stance.” But does he stand a chance with Hall of Fame voters? A look at all the players vying for Cooperstown this year.
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J.R. Smith doesn't want to be in Cleveland anymore. The Cavaliers are not going to make him stay.
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RT : ⁦The Unintended but Welcome Consequences of the NFL’s post-concussion era. By
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NYT Sports 20h
In terms of greatness, Adrian Beltre, who retired Tuesday, surpassed even Mike Schmidt, according to *checks notes* Mike Schmidt.
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NYT Sports 20h
More American children ages 6 to 12 play flag football than the tackle version of the sport. The N.F.L. has taken note, and is now investing in the game.
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Qatar's national team tied Iceland on Monday, another small step on the long road to 2022. “The World Cup is the long-term objective,” the team's coach said. “We know it is there.”
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