Alpine skiing: Shiffrin wins fourth successive world slalom gold
American Mikaela Shiffrin became the first Alpine skier to win the same event at four successive world championships with a thrilling victory in the slalom on Saturday.
Shiffrin skis through sickness to sit 3rd in 1st slalom run
Skiing through sickness, three-time defending champion Mikaela Shiffrin put herself in the ideal attacking position following the first run of the slalom at the world championships on Saturday
D’Angelo Russell Is Poetry on the Court. Take It From a Poet.
The Nets’ All-Star point guard has a fan in Mikko Harvey, an award winner. They see the parallels in their crafts, sharing the tension between daring and safe.
Luis Severino Agrees to 4-Year Deal as Yankees Try to Lock Up Young Core
Severino, who came to terms with the club just before an arbitration hearing, is the first of several young stars the Yankees will be negotiating with.
This NCAA tournament, getting in with a losing conference record isn’t such a stretch
Last year, a record five teams last year received at-large bids to March Madness despite losing conference records. There could be a similar glut this Selection Sunday, March 17.
Virginia swimming championships: Yorktown’s Victoria Huske sets national record; Oakton boys and James Madison girls win team t
Girls’ basketball: Jaelyn Batts helps keep Freedom-South Riding perfect with fourth straight Potomac District title
Paul Farbrace to step down as England assistant coach after Caribbean tour
• Farbrace to join Warwickshire as their new sporting director • Blow for England at the start of World Cup and Ashes year Paul Farbrace will stand down as England’s assistant coach at the end of their Caribbean tour. The 51-year-old announced on Saturday that he will be joining Warwickshire as their new sporting director, a position made vacant when Ashley Giles became England’s director of cr...
NFL Mock Draft 2019: Predictions for NCAA's Most Coveted 1st-Round Prospects
Everyone loves the next big thing. This is part of the reason why the NFL draft is such an intriguing and attention-grabbing event. Future stars are coming into the league and hopefully will be changing the fortunes of a few franchises along the way...
Ducks are shut out for sixth time this season in 3-0 loss to Bruins
There’s a new leader behind the bench, but the same anemic offense remains. For the sixth time this season, the Ducks were shut out, and perhaps it’s the start of another losing streak. They fell to the Boston Bruins 3-0 on Friday at the Honda Center in the second game under the watchful eye of...
Ballpark mustard maker drops Indians’ Chief Wahoo logo
CLEVELAND (AP) — The maker of Cleveland’s ballpark mustard is removing the Chief Wahoo logo from its branding and packaging to maintain longstanding ties with the Cleveland Indians baseball team. Cleveland.com reports the Indians have told official partners like Bertman Foods Co., the maker of Bertman Original Ballpark Mustard, those relationships can’t continue unless they […]
AP Was There: Petty wins fight-marred 1979 Daytona 500
EDITOR’S NOTE __ Having grown up in Ohio, I had never seen a NASCAR race in person until the weekend of racing that climaxed with the Feb. 18, 1979, Daytona 500. That’s when, as an Associated Press sports writer newly based in Florida, I covered what would be one of the most memorable Daytona 500 […]
Photos: Cocoa vs. Melbourne Central Catholic for the District 7-5A boys basketball title
The Cocoa Tigers defeat Melbourne Central Catholic 56-43 to claim the District 7-5A boys basketball title.
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