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Life Is Suddenly Very Different for the Best Golfer in the World

TROON, Scotland — The questions came every single day, one after the other, pressing Scottie Scheffler about whether he’d leave the Masters if his wife went into labor with their first child....

The Juilliard Graduate Tasked With Making College Football Lore in a Song

They gathered in a 100-year-old Gothic church-turned-recording studio, a couple of blocks from Vanderbilt’s campus in Nashville. Eighty-five musicians, with their brass, wind and percussion instruments, cycled through the sanctuary to contribute...

Which M.L.B. Teams Could Be Aggressive at the Trade Deadline?

This week serves as a sort of pause for the sport of baseball. The amateur draft, followed by the All-Star Game, followed by the Hall of Fame induction ceremony feels a bit...

A New Olympic Sport Is Expeditiously Growing, Especially Among Women

LAS VEGAS — Seventeen-year-old Maci Joncich sat in the bleachers at Coronado High School’s football stadium in Las Vegas on a spring day in April, her future in football crystalizing.Joncich had recently...

How Angel City Became the ‘Most Valuable Women’s Sports Team in the World’

On Wednesday, Angel City FC became “the most valuable women’s sports team in the world” after the club entered into a definitive agreement for Willow Bay and Bob Iger to become the...

Americans Have Dominated Olympic Swimming. In Paris, That Might Change.

Follow our Olympics coverage in the lead-up to the Paris Games.For many years across Olympic swimming venues, the sound of “The Star-Spangled Banner” was ubiquitous.From the 1992 Games in Barcelona through the pandemic-delayed...

LeBron James and Stephen Curry Are Longtime Rivals. Now They’re Teammates.

Follow our Olympics coverage in the lead-up to the Paris Games.ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — LeBron James was genuinely thrilled to see Stephen Curry in that Bellagio hotel ballroom in Las...

The Angst of Rory McIlroy, From the Town That Knows Him Best

HOLYWOOD, Northern Ireland — About 3,000 miles from here, Rory McIlroy walked along Manhattan’s West Side five weeks ago; shoulders pushed up, head slung down, earbuds in. He strolled the High Line,...

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