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The American cross-country skier Kikkan Randall took gold and a Norwegian counterpart, Marit Bjoergen, took third in the same race. Both have very young sons.
Ratelle’s No. 19 will be retired at Madison Square Garden on Sunday, more than 40 years after his startling trade to the Bruins.
At the Pyeongchang Olympics, Lindsey Vonn and Shiffrin accounted for all three American medals in Alpine skiing. And Vonn is headed toward the exit.
High-risk sports enthusiasts say that the thrills are worth the danger.
Meehyun Lee was born in South Korea and adopted by a family in Pennsylvania when she was just 1. She returned to compete for South Korea in the Olympics, hoping her birth parents might be watching.
Susan Woessner, the organization’s Safe Sport senior director, and Pat Hogan, a managing director, announced their departures on Thursday.
In 1912, Long before Ester Ledecka, Winans won medals in both shooting and ... sculpture.
After a historic performance at the Olympics, some Norwegians fret that they dominate their favorite sport so much that they are ruining it.
Citing safety concerns and frustrations with antidoping efforts, the American biathlon team says it will boycott the season ending event in Russia.
The Winter Games are in progress in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Stay here for live updates, results and analysis.
The United States takes on Sweden for the gold medal in men’s curling. Stay here for live updates and analysis.
Boone, the new Yankees’ manager, wore No. 19 as a Yankees player in 2003, but No. 17, given to him by the Reds, is the number he associates with his playing career.
Smith said he agreed with Manager Mickey Callaway’s decision to keep him out of the team’s first spring training game as a penalty for showing up late to a pregame meeting.
An Instagram post by Martin, the N.F.L. player at the center of a bullying scandal in 2013, led officials at the school he attended in Los Angeles to close for the day.
The new slugger played right field for four innings, drew a walk and grounded into a double play in a 3-1 victory over Detroit.
“Are you next?” reads a placard in a glass display case in Seoul’s Gwacheon ice rink, where the next generation of Korean speedskaters take the ice each day — all dreaming of bringing home a medal in the country’s most popular winter sport.
South Korea, long dominant in short-track speedskating, molds young skaters into champions starting at an early age.
The tennis player had been seeking damages after sustaining a concussion in the trainer’s room at the U.S. Open.
The Olympic debut of mass-start speedskating presents an opportunity for Joey Mantia and the entire, medal-starved United States program.
Ester Ledecka, the first woman to compete in snowboarding and skiing in the same Olympics, helps upend the belief that early specialization is the one clear path to sports success.