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Notre Dame, a UConn Nemesis, Topples the Huskies in a Final Four Thriller

Notre Dame, a UConn Nemesis, Topples the Huskies in a Final Four Thriller

Notre Dame’s Arike Ogunbowale in the second half against Connecticut on Friday. She finished with 27 points and the game-winning shot.

American Hockey Is at Home in Badger Country

American Hockey Is at Home in Badger Country

Jeff Sauer giving instructions to his players on the United States men’s sled hockey team at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Sauer, a former University of Wisconsin coach who died in February, was a longtime champion of disabled hockey.

France, With Flash to Spare, Reaches the World Cup Final

France, With Flash to Spare, Reaches the World Cup Final

France’s players and coaches celebrated after beating Belgium.

The Washington Capitals, After Years of Frustration, Win the Stanley Cup

The Washington Capitals, After Years of Frustration, Win the Stanley Cup

Alex Ovechkin finally lifted the Stanley Cup and shed the label of being the best player who had never won a championship.

Martin Odegaard’s Second Act on a Smaller Stage

Martin Odegaard’s Second Act on a Smaller Stage

Martin Odegaard, 19, was loaned to Heerenveen, a Dutch club, after failing to find much playing time at Real Madrid.

Rafael Nadal Extends His Reign With an 11th French Open Title

Rafael Nadal Extends His Reign With an 11th French Open Title

Rafael Nadal became only the second person to win 11 singles titles at the same Grand Slam tournament.

Getting Through the Dogged Days of Baseball

Getting Through the Dogged Days of Baseball

The baseball world is waiting for news about Alex Rodriguez and his likely suspension.

How to Stay Warm At a Bitter-Cold Olympics? Face Tape and a Whistle-Like Gadget

How to Stay Warm At a Bitter-Cold Olympics? Face Tape and a Whistle-Like Gadget

Olympic skiers like Ted Ligety are wearing tape on their faces to combat the cold and wind. But then they have to take it off.

Ex-Met Helps Nationals Clobber His Old Team

Ex-Met Helps Nationals Clobber His Old Team

Daniel Murphy of the Washington Nationals hits a two-run single in the seventh inning against the New York Mets during their game at Citi Field in New York City on Sunday.

The Jamaican Who Isn’t Sure He Wants to Play for Jamaica

The Jamaican Who Isn’t Sure He Wants to Play for Jamaica

Leon Bailey describes himself as “100 percent Jamaican.” But he has so far chosen not to play for the country.

An Australian Star Returns to the W.N.B.A., Happier to Be There

An Australian Star Returns to the W.N.B.A., Happier to Be There

Liz Cambage has returned to the W.N.B.A. after four years away, perhaps bringing new championship hopes for the Dallas Wings.

Like Shaun White Before Her, Chloe Kim Dazzles on Way to Winning Halfpipe Gold

Like Shaun White Before Her, Chloe Kim Dazzles on Way to Winning Halfpipe Gold

Chloe Kim, 17, outsoared her rivals to win the gold medal in the snowboard halfpipe.

No Dot on ‘i,’ but Pitt Crosses the ‘t’s’ in a Return to Its Signature Script

No Dot on ‘i,’ but Pitt Crosses the ‘t’s’ in a Return to Its Signature Script

The Pitt Script, designed by Panthers Coach Johnny Majors in the early 1970s, returned to the team’s helmets this season.

Maryland Suspends Football Coach D.J. Durkin After Report of Abuse

Maryland Suspends Football Coach D.J. Durkin After Report of Abuse

D.J. Durkin, Maryland’s football coach, has been suspended while the university investigates accusations that players have been mistreated.

Giancarlo Stanton Quiets the Boos by Leading the Yankees’ Homer Barrage

Giancarlo Stanton Quiets the Boos by Leading the Yankees’ Homer Barrage

Giancarlo Stanton hit a two-run homer in the first inning on Wednesday against the Tampa Bay Rays.

U.S. Curling Team, Once Called ‘Rejects,’ Beats Canada to Advance to Final

U.S. Curling Team, Once Called ‘Rejects,’ Beats Canada to Advance to Final

Matt Hamilton, right, and John Shuster celebrated the United States’ victory over Canada in the curling semifinals.


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