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The Equestrian Coach Who Minted Olympians, and Left a Trail of Child Molestation

The Equestrian Coach Who Minted Olympians, and Left a Trail of Child Molestation

Flintridge Riding Club, at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains, has long been home to many of the country’s top equestrians.

For 2018, a Different Plan Is in Place

For 2018, a Different Plan Is in Place

South Korean performers celebrated the symbolic handoff to the next Winter Olympic city, Pyeongchang.

Tom Brady Gave a Filmmaker Unusual Access to His Private Life

Tom Brady Gave a Filmmaker Unusual Access to His Private Life

Tom Brady before a game at Pittsburgh last month. “I do want to know the whys in life,” Brady says in a new film. “I do want to know why we’re here, where we’re going; trying to find that deeper purpose.”

A Rugby World Cup Raises Hopes for a Rugby Boom

A Rugby World Cup Raises Hopes for a Rugby Boom

Enrique Palafox of the San Francisco Golden Gate Rugby club tried to evade a tackle during a rugby sevens national championship qualifier this month.

As Golden Knights Soar, Las Vegas Stakes Its Claim as a Sports Town

As Golden Knights Soar, Las Vegas Stakes Its Claim as a Sports Town

A Vegas Golden Knights fan at a home preseason game in October. During the regular season, the team has drawn audiences that regularly exceed the arena’s official capacity, when standing-room-only tickets are included.

Nascar Waits for Leader of Its Next Generation to Emerge

Nascar Waits for Leader of Its Next Generation to Emerge

Darrell Wallace Jr., 24, is in his first full season in Nascar's top series, racing for Richard Petty Motorsports. He is among a large group of young drivers in the spotlight for Sunday's Daytona 500.

N.B.A. Power Rankings: Warriors on Top at Midseason

N.B.A. Power Rankings: Warriors on Top at Midseason

Kevin Durant has kept the Warriors on top despite Stephen Curry’s health woes.

Matt Parziale Is an Amateur at the Masters, but a Pro Fighting Fires

Matt Parziale Is an Amateur at the Masters, but a Pro Fighting Fires

Matt Parziale, right, and Rory McIlroy during a practice round Monday at the Masters. In October, Parziale won the U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship to earn a spot at this week’s tournament.

Former M.L.B. Phenom Mike Moore Defies the Odds of First Overall Picks

Former M.L.B. Phenom Mike Moore Defies the Odds of First Overall Picks

Mike Moore was drafted No. 1 overall by the Mariners in 1981 and he quickly began a 14-year career with stops in Seattle, Oakland and Detroit.

In a Busy Year, Malcolm Jenkins Raised a Fist and Checked All the Boxes

In a Busy Year, Malcolm Jenkins Raised a Fist and Checked All the Boxes

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins has been at the center of N.F.L. players’ protests this season, fighting for criminal justice reform and addressing racial inequality.

Athletic Bilbao Is Flush With Cash and Facing Relegation

Athletic Bilbao Is Flush With Cash and Facing Relegation

Athletic Bilbao, a Spanish stalwart that fields only Basque players, faces a battle to avoid relegation this spring.

Mets Trade Asdrubal Cabrera to Phillies for Pitching Prospect

Mets Trade Asdrubal Cabrera to Phillies for Pitching Prospect

Second baseman Asdrubal Cabrera was one of the brightest spots of a lethargic Mets’ lineup, hitting .277 with a team-high 18 home runs.

Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Describe Topless Photo Shoot and Uneasy Night Out

Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Describe Topless Photo Shoot and Uneasy Night Out

Cheerleaders for the Washington Redskins waiting to run onto the field before a 2013 game.

Former Brazilian Soccer Official José Maria Marin Is Sentenced to Four Years in FIFA Case

Former Brazilian Soccer Official José Maria Marin Is Sentenced to Four Years in FIFA Case

José Maria Marin outside of federal court in Brooklyn in November. He was sentenced to four years in prison and ordered to pay millions of dollars in fines and restitution.

Yankees Announce Details of Extended Netting at Stadium

Yankees Announce Details of Extended Netting at Stadium

Last season, the netting behind home plate at Yankee Stadium stretched only between the two dugouts. The Yankees will extend the netting beyond the end of the dugouts next season.

Japan’s Women’s Hockey Team Wants to Be Known for Wins, Not Smiles

Japan’s Women’s Hockey Team Wants to Be Known for Wins, Not Smiles

Japan's women's hockey team earned the nickname Smile Japan before the last Olympics, but the players would rather be known for their success.


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