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FIFA Pitches Multibillion-Dollar ‘Project Trophy’ to Seven Top Clubs

FIFA Pitches Multibillion-Dollar ‘Project Trophy’ to Seven Top Clubs

Gianni Infantino and FIFA are trying to sell an expanded version of the annual Club World Cup.

What Ban? Patriotic Fervor Grips Russia’s Celebration House in South Korea

What Ban? Patriotic Fervor Grips Russia’s Celebration House in South Korea

Photographs of Russian President Vladimir V. Putin blanket Sports House, a sort of social headquarters for the supporters of the “Olympic Athletes from Russia.”

Mo Salah, Now Starring in Chechnya

Mo Salah, Now Starring in Chechnya

Ramzan A. Kadyrov brought Mohamed Salah onto the field at the Akhmat Arena in Grozny, Russia, on Sunday.

Shut Out in 2014, U.S. Speedskaters Modify Their Suits, Their Training and Their Expectations

Shut Out in 2014, U.S. Speedskaters Modify Their Suits, Their Training and Their Expectations

Joey Mantia in the new Under Armour suit that United States speedskaters will wear at the Pyeongchang Games.

A Shiny New Front in the Battle for L.A.’s Soccer Soul

A Shiny New Front in the Battle for L.A.’s Soccer Soul

Bob Bradley, the coach of Los Angeles F.C., with some of the team’s owners at a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Asked to Shoulder the Load for Yankees, Lance Lynn Falters

Asked to Shoulder the Load for Yankees, Lance Lynn Falters

Lance Lynn was left in a bit too long and served up a home run to Miami's Miguel Rojas.

Jose Reyes, of All People, Powers the Mets

Jose Reyes, of All People, Powers the Mets

Jose Reyes’s two-run homer was the Mets’ first home run since last Monday. The power drought was their longest since 2015.

Tennis Needs Serena Williams Back. But Does She Need to Be Seeded?

Tennis Needs Serena Williams Back. But Does She Need to Be Seeded?

Serena Williams practicing at Roland Garros last week. She plays her first-round match at the French Open on Tuesday.

The Mets Are Deeply, Thoroughly Broken

The Mets Are Deeply, Thoroughly Broken

Wilmer Flores during the Met's 6-4 loss to the Colorado Rockies last Thursday.

A Generation Overshadowed by Federer and Nadal Heads for the Exit

A Generation Overshadowed by Federer and Nadal Heads for the Exit

Mikhail Youzhny, 36, played his last Grand Slam match on Tuesday.

After Trump Flare-Up, Eagles Let Football (and Some Signs) Do the Talking

After Trump Flare-Up, Eagles Let Football (and Some Signs) Do the Talking

Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins didn’t speak to reporters on Wednesday after practice. Instead, he held up a series of signs that got his message across. “You aren’t listening,” one said.

Key to Hawks’ Team Play: Nourish the Individual

Key to Hawks’ Team Play: Nourish the Individual

Kent Bazemore of the Atlanta Hawks, who is shooting 40 percent from 3-point range this season, worked out after practice in January at Philips Arena in Atlanta.

Sabres Return to Spotlight for the Winter Classic’s 10th Anniversary

Sabres Return to Spotlight for the Winter Classic’s 10th Anniversary

The Buffalo Sabres hosted the Pittsburgh Penguins at Ralph Wilson Stadium in the first Winter Classic 10 years ago.

A Sports Titan’s Strange and Sudden Abdication

A Sports Titan’s Strange and Sudden Abdication

John Skipper held one of the most powerful jobs in global sports as president of ESPN. This week, he suddenly walked away, citing an addiction problem.

An SEC Partisan on Rooting for Greatness

An SEC Partisan on Rooting for Greatness

The radio host Paul Finebaum’s new book is a paean to the SEC.

Patriots’ Julian Edelman May Have Thwarted a School Shooting

Patriots’ Julian Edelman May Have Thwarted a School Shooting

Julian Edelman has played in three Super Bowls with the Patriots.


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