A major health-care system is welcoming teams from 10 states to South Dakota—where the testing positivity rate is among the highest in the country.
Tiger Woods’s 10-stroke adventure during the final round of the Masters sets a new career mark for the five-time Augusta champ—and humanizes his legend.
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Saturday delivers the Wisconsin-Michigan football game, and under normal circumstances, columnist Jason Gay would be cheering wildly for the Badgers to crush the Wolverines. But this is not an ordinary year.
U.S. cycling star Chloe Dygert rehabilitates an injured leg while planning for the 2021 Olympics—and a brand new road-racing team.
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Dustin Johnson won the Masters. The world’s top-ranked golfer earned his first green jacket with a record-low score a month after testing positive for Covid-19.
At 16-under par, the world’s No. 1 golfer is four shots clear of the field. But he must stare down his own history of blowing leads at major championships.
Rory McIlroy surged back into mix after a disastrous opening round at the Masters—which he has done more than any other player in recent years.
Without normal fans, the pandemic has cast Augusta National’s members into the unlikely role of providing the Masters with its only semblance of a normal atmosphere.
The Miami Marlins hired longtime baseball executive Kim Ng as their general manager, making her the first woman to hold that title in the major North American men’s professional sports leagues.
Promising news about a vaccine probably won’t change the equation for Olympic hopefuls. Athlete vaccinations will follow those of front-line workers and vulnerable populations.
By canceling the season, the Ivy League loses its automatic bids to the March Madness basketball tournaments, which the NCAA says will be played in 2021.
Former catchers hold about a third of MLB’s managing jobs. But there hasn’t been a Black everyday catcher in baseball in nearly two decades.
The coronavirus has turned big-time college football into a war of attrition. The fierce LSU-Alabama rivalry is the latest casualty.
Bryson DeChambeau enters the Masters as one of the favorites after lapping the field in the U.S. Open, and the way he won that tournament was a crash course in how he’s single-handedly changing the game.
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Former Houston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow has filed a lawsuit against his former employer for breach of contract.