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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.”

Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals Remove a ‘Skeleton in the Closet’

Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals Remove a ‘Skeleton in the Closet’

Alex Ovechkin, top center, celebrating with his Capitals teammates after they eliminated the Penguins from the playoffs Monday night.

Olympic Curlers Are Buff Now, and Have the Calendars to Prove It

Olympic Curlers Are Buff Now, and Have the Calendars to Prove It

Thomas Ulsrud lining up a shot at a curling tournament in London, Ontario, last month. The 46-year-old is representative of a growing emphasis on fitness in curling for men and women alike.

Top Private Schools Bring In the Power Elite (and the Power Forwards)

Top Private Schools Bring In the Power Elite (and the Power Forwards)

Saddiq Bey, taking a free throw for Sidwell Friends School this season, is expected to play major college basketball even though his high school has not historically produced such talents.

N.B.A.’s Move Is Not Little, but It’s Late

N.B.A.’s Move Is Not Little, but It’s Late

Sam Dolnick, the deputy sports editor, on what Donald Sterling’s ban means for the Los Angeles Clippers and the new N.B.A commissioner.

Shaun White, Amid Bolder Tricks, Keeps Up and Wins Another Olympic Gold

Shaun White, Amid Bolder Tricks, Keeps Up and Wins Another Olympic Gold

Shaun White, shown during the finals, required 62 stitches after a bad crash in October.

Trail Blazers Shun the Pass, and It Costs Them in the Playoffs

Trail Blazers Shun the Pass, and It Costs Them in the Playoffs

Damian Lillard’s ability to create shots has been limited by double- and triple-team defenses in the Portland Trail Blazers’ first-round series against the New Orleans Pelicans.

In New York, Yankees and Mets Take a Snow Day

In New York, Yankees and Mets Take a Snow Day

The Yankees’ home opener against Tampa Bay was rescheduled for Tuesday.

A Night Out With North Korea’s Cheerleaders: Matching Snowsuits, Military Discipline and Chaperoned Bathroom Trips

A Night Out With North Korea’s Cheerleaders: Matching Snowsuits, Military Discipline and Chaperoned Bathroom Trips

North Korean cheerleaders, arriving at a hockey game on Monday night, have stolen the show at some Olympic events. They are being praised as human olive branches and criticized as cogs in a North Korean propaganda machine.

North Korea Is in Winter Olympics Without Any Star Athletes

North Korea Is in Winter Olympics Without Any Star Athletes

Ryom Tae-ok and Kim Ju-sik of North Korea performed in September.

For a 90-Minute Game, a Train Ride of 27 Hours

For a 90-Minute Game, a Train Ride of 27 Hours

Patrik Brunnberg, a Swedish fan, traveled on Train No. 118 from Moscow to Yekaterinburg.

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.

Hall of Fame or Not, Chase Utley Was ‘The Man’ for Philadelphia

Hall of Fame or Not, Chase Utley Was ‘The Man’ for Philadelphia

Chase Utley acknowledged his former home crowd at Citizens Bank Ballpark in Philadelphia during the second inning of Monday's game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Phillies.

Justin Smoak Punishes Yankees, and Aaron Boone, With a Grand Slam

Justin Smoak Punishes Yankees, and Aaron Boone, With a Grand Slam

Justin Smoak hit a grand slam off David Robertson in the eighth inning to put the Blue Jays ahead for good on Sunday.

N.C.A.A. Opens Investigation of Michigan State Over Nassar Case

N.C.A.A. Opens Investigation of Michigan State Over Nassar Case

Lawrence G. Nassar, a former doctor with Michigan State and U.S.A. Gymnastics, in court on Tuesday.

Ultra Runner Karl Meltzer Sets Appalachian Trail Record, Fueled by Beer and Candy

Ultra Runner Karl Meltzer Sets Appalachian Trail Record, Fueled by Beer and Candy

Karl Meltzer, right, was congratulated by Scott Jurek, after breaking Jurek’s record for running the length of the Appalachian Trail.


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