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Lightning Thwart Bruins Stars and Even the Series

Lightning Thwart Bruins Stars and Even the Series

The Lightning’s Tyler Johnson (9) after scoring in the second period of Monday’s game. He was one of four players to score for Tampa Bay.

At the Masters’ 12th Hole, Shots Are Left Twisting in the Wind

At the Masters’ 12th Hole, Shots Are Left Twisting in the Wind

Jordan Spieth teeing off at the 12th hole on his way to winning the 2015 Masters. In the final round the next year, he lost his lead there.

Paul Pogba and the Power of Perception

Paul Pogba and the Power of Perception

Paul Pogba during Manchester United's opener at Old Trafford this month.

Mom Sells Tomatoes as Her Son Seeks Tennis Titles

Mom Sells Tomatoes as Her Son Seeks Tennis Titles

Jason Tseng won the boys singles title at the French Open in June.

To Dominate in New Orleans and Beyond, the Warriors Head to the Hamptons

To Dominate in New Orleans and Beyond, the Warriors Head to the Hamptons

For the Golden State Warriors, the five-man lineup of (from left) Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and Kevin Durant has come to be known as the Hamptons Five.

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.

In Morocco, an Imported Team for the World Cup

In Morocco, an Imported Team for the World Cup

Morocco’s captain, Medhi Benatia, is one of 17 foreign-born players on the country’s World Cup roster.

LeBron James Joining Lakers on 4-Year $154 Million Deal

LeBron James Joining Lakers on 4-Year $154 Million Deal

LeBron James during the N.B.A. finals.

Warriors, in Full Dynasty Mode, Sweep Cavaliers in N.B.A. Finals

Warriors, in Full Dynasty Mode, Sweep Cavaliers in N.B.A. Finals

Stephen Curry scoring past Jeff Green in the second half.

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.

The Players Are Retired. But Try Telling Them the Games Don’t Matter.

The Players Are Retired. But Try Telling Them the Games Don’t Matter.

Fans await the team buses before a recent game between former Liverpool and Bayern Munich players at Anfield. Masters football is enjoying a boom, and reaching into new markets.

LeBron James and the Twilight of the Cavaliers

LeBron James and the Twilight of the Cavaliers

Down, 3-2, to Boston, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers have their work cut out for them to rescue the Eastern Conference finals.

Masters of the Courts

Masters of the Courts

Groundskeepers Najim Snoussi, left, and Hamid Tebbi spread a layer of the French Open's iconic red clay, during the preparation of Court Philippe Chatrier at Roland Garros earlier this month.

Tennis Helped Arthur Ashe Find His Voice

Tennis Helped Arthur Ashe Find His Voice

Arthur Ashe with his father, Arthur Ashe Sr., who fought back tears after his son’s victory at Forest Hills in 1968.

Report of a Corrupt Figure Skating Deal Includes an Odd Alliance

Report of a Corrupt Figure Skating Deal Includes an Odd Alliance

On Saturday, Charlie White and Meryl Davis, above, defeated Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue in the team event’s short dance.

Ichiro Suzuki Steps Away, Leaving Albert Pujols on the Path They Took Together

Ichiro Suzuki Steps Away, Leaving Albert Pujols on the Path They Took Together

Ichiro Suzuki during a game last month. The Mariners announced Thursday that he would stay with the club as a special assistant and not play the rest of this season. But no one said Suzuki was retiring.


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