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At the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines, Tiger Woods Still Looms Large

The 2008 championship would be the last major tournament victory for Woods until the 2019 Masters. Rocco Mediate, the golfer he beat in an epic 19-hole playoff, remembers every putt.

Katie and Jon Ledecky: Two Sports, Three States, and a Lot of Perfect Timing

The Olympic swimmer and her uncle, a co-owner of the Islanders, are competing this week for berths on their biggest stages. A little frantic air travel to cheer on close family is nothing.

N.B.A. All-Stars Set a Painful Record for Missing Playoff Games

Injury woes are not new, but they have been acute during the playoffs. Never before have eight All-Stars missed at least one postseason game in the same year.

Rangers Hire Gerard Gallant as Coach

Gallant last coached in the N.H.L. with the Vegas Golden Knights, taking them to the Stanley Cup finals in their first season.

Title IX Protections Extend to Transgender Students, Education Dept. Says

Using a Supreme Court ruling as its guide, the department will issue guidance that says discrimination against gay and transgender students is prohibited under the 1972 law.

At the U.S. Open, Public Courses Are Losing

This year’s event is at Torrey Pines, which is owned by San Diego, but the U.S.G.A. may create a rotation that skips such courses.

The Players to Watch at the U.S. Open

The Open starts this week, and these are the five players, including Phil Mickelson, to keep your eyes on.

Elle Purrier St. Pierre Takes Her Show on the Road

Elle Purrier St. Pierre is a local celebrity. But her talent is taking her all over the world. Next stop, Tokyo?

A Crisis of Abuse Grows in International Women's Sport

The sexual abuse scandal in Mali basketball is the latest example of how global sports organizations are failing to curb the mistreatment of women.

Mike Davis Reflects on Running the U.S.G.A.

As chief executive of the United States Golf Association, he kept a close eye on the game he loves. Now he’s set to retire.

A Delightful Glimpse Into Golf’s Secret World of Bitter Feuds

A moment ripe with loathing, shared between two large golfers, interrupts the game’s smooth surface.

Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau Are Still at It. But Is Their Spat for Real?

The golfers continued their playful war of words at this week’s U.S. Open, insisting it is good for the sport. One wily pro suggested that it might mostly be good for Koepka and DeChambeau themselves.

The Atlanta Hawks’ Secret Weapon Says He’s Always Been This Good

Bogdan Bogdanovic said he keeps improving, but he’s had these shooting skills. People are only noticing now, he said, because he’s winning.
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