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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.

Peeking Around Corners in the World Cup’s Provincial Cities

Peeking Around Corners in the World Cup’s Provincial Cities

One of the districts near the soccer stadium in Saransk.

Manuel Burga, Soccer Official From Peru, Acquitted in FIFA Trial

Manuel Burga, Soccer Official From Peru, Acquitted in FIFA Trial

Manuel Burga of Peru was accused of racketeering conspiracy.

Recognize That Tune? It’s the Northern Accent of Georgia Football

Recognize That Tune? It’s the Northern Accent of Georgia Football

The University of Georgia marching band is scheduled to perform before the national championship game on Monday night against Alabama.

Russian Bobsledder Fails Doping Test

Russian Bobsledder Fails Doping Test

Russian bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva, right, tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug.

France and Denmark Advance After World Cup’s First 0-0 Draw

France and Denmark Advance After World Cup’s First 0-0 Draw

Denmark’s defender Simon Kjaer vies with France’s forward Olivier Giroud in the first half.

Prepping for Indy 500 and Awaiting World Cup

Prepping for Indy 500 and Awaiting World Cup

Tony Kanaan’s face on his Indy 500 trophy. He keeps it at home in a special cabinet.

Aaron Judge Injury Overshadows Yankees Win

Aaron Judge Injury Overshadows Yankees Win

Aaron Judge headed to first base after getting hit by a pitch in the first inning. The blow caused a chip fracture in his wrist.

A Q&A With Virginia Wade, 1968 U.S. Open Champion

A Q&A With Virginia Wade, 1968 U.S. Open Champion

Virginia Wade had won four tournaments in 1968 coming into the U.S. Open.

Winnipeg Looks for Respect, on the Ice and Off It

Winnipeg Looks for Respect, on the Ice and Off It

White-clad fans are a hallmark of Jets’ home games. Winnipeg’s hockey scene has been described as “Halloween meets Mardi Gras in a blizzard in January.”

Tiger Woods Is More Dogged Than Dazzling in His Return to the Masters

Tiger Woods Is More Dogged Than Dazzling in His Return to the Masters

Tiger Woods on the first green during the first round of the Masters on Thursday. Woods had hit his tee shot into the trees, but he ended up saving par on the hole.

The Football Hit Felt All Over Japan

The Football Hit Felt All Over Japan

Taisuke Miyagawa, a football player at Nihon University, bowing at a news conference on Tuesday after issuing a public apology.

When — if Ever — Will the Super Bowl Champion Eagles Visit the White House?

When — if Ever — Will the Super Bowl Champion Eagles Visit the White House?

Rodney McLeod, Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long of the Eagles during the national anthem before a game last season.

Mo Salah’s Return Isn’t Enough as Russia Hands Egypt a Crushing Loss

Mo Salah’s Return Isn’t Enough as Russia Hands Egypt a Crushing Loss

Russian defender Ilya Kutepov celebrated after the final whistle.

Spurs Forward Kawhi Leonard Wants Out of San Antonio

Spurs Forward Kawhi Leonard Wants Out of San Antonio

San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard has been a central part of his team's offense and defense, but he may be on his way to a new franchise this summer.

Wimbledon Has a New Doubles Event: Tennis and the World Cup

Wimbledon Has a New Doubles Event: Tennis and the World Cup

Angelique Kerber's match against Naomi Osaka on Centre Court was sparsely attended because it took place during England's game at the World Cup.


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