Horce Racing | Tiz the Law is class of Belmont field, Triple Crown favorite

While there won’t be school buses of fans hoping to see a New York-bred horse make Belmont history, there is a busload of Triple Crown expectations heading into Saturday’s race. Seventeen

Soccer star Rashford takes on UK leader over meals for needy kids

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was facing pressure yesterday to make a policy U-turn as opponents and allies alike rallied behind a young soccer star’s campaign to help families struggling

A semi-private viewing of Ronaldo as Italian soccer resumes

TURIN — Cristiano Ronaldo bellowed out a loud expletive when he missed a chance at the end of the first half in Italy's first soccer match in more than three

Football | Bayern beats Frankfurt in cup semi, still targeting double

Robert Lewandowski scored the winning goal as Bayern Munich beat Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1 yesterday to reach the German Cup final, with both teams paying tribute to the global protests

Baseball | More fans, fewer restrictions: Games go on Taiwan ballparks

The Taiwan baseball league is continuing as a trailblazer for sports resuming after the lockdown in the coronavirus pandemic. An easing last weekend allows more fans at the ballparks, allows them

Boxing | Fury-Wilder III by end of the year, promoter says

The U.S. promoter of Tyson Fury is hoping to stage a third heavyweight fight between the British boxer and Deontay Wilder by the end of the year, potentially in Macau,

Massive sports corruption case finally heard at Paris trial

A sports corruption trial involving allegations of doping cover-ups and illicit payoffs at the top of track and field opened yesterday in Paris. In six days of hearings, the Paris court

Tokyo Games | Athletes completing bans get unexpected chance at Olympics

Athletes completing doping bans over the next year will be eligible to compete in the postponed Tokyo Olympics, an unintended effect of the coronavirus pandemic that has some crying foul. Turkish

English soccer warned of $1B pandemic losses, clubs closing

English soccer faced warnings this week that losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic could exceed $1 billion and clubs could go out of business. The

Golf | British canceled, Masters to November in major rescheduling

The Masters goes from that annual rite of spring to two weeks before Thanksgiving. The U.S. Open now is scheduled in September for the first time since amateur Francis Ouimet

NFL | Pro Football Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell dies at 84

Bobby Mitchell, the speedy Hall of Famer who became the Washington Redskins’ first black player, has died. He was 84. Mitchell split his career with the Cleveland Browns and Redskins and

Football | Union: 30% pay cut for EPL players would harm health service

English Premier League players failed to reach an agreement on Saturday with clubs to take 30% pay cuts during the coronavirus pandemic, escalating a bitter public row as their union

Pandemic | Rugby in crisis as unions engage in ‘unprecedented dialogue’

The U.S. has filed for bankruptcy. The Australians are facing a black hole of more than $70 million. English rugby leaders have drawn up worst-case scenarios of an even bigger

After Tokyo move, swimming looks for new worlds dates

After new dates were announced for the Tokyo Olympics, the swimming’s governing body is going back to the drawing board to figure out when to hold its next world championships. The

Football | Tottenham announces salary cuts as chair’s pay rise emerges

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy says salaries for non-playing staff are being cut due to the coronavirus pandemic as the club has disclosed his pay package more than doubled to 7

Football | Messi says Barcelona players taking 70% pay cut

In a letter critical of Barcelona club officials, Lionel Messi said yesterday he and his teammates are taking a 70% cut in salaries because of the shutdown caused by the

IndyCar goes iRacing as latest series to offer fans content

The walk to the starting grid for Tony Kanaan began in his Indianapolis kitchen, through the foyer, past the trophy case, up the stairs, down the hall, through the master

Tokyo Games | Looking for a new date for opening, closing

The Tokyo Olympics need new dates for the opening and closing ceremonies in 2021. Nothing much can get done until those dates are worked out by the International Olympic Committee, the

Tokyo’s delayed Olympics: Who pays bills for another year?

With the Tokyo Olympics postponed until 2021, now comes the multi-billion-dollar question: Who pays the bills for the delay, and how large will they be? The most likely answer is —

Tokyo Olympics officially postponed until 2021

The Tokyo Olympics were postponed until 2021 yesterday, ending weeks of speculation that the games could not go ahead as scheduled because of the coronavirus pandemic. The International Olympic Committee made

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