Russian Athlete Lasitskene Slams Slow Pace of Doping Reform
The only Russian track athlete currently holding a world title called on the country's officials and coaches in the sport to be replaced because of the slow pace of anti-doping reforms.
Tony Parker Says He’s Retiring from NBA after 18 Seasons
Parker announced Monday he's retiring from basketball after 18 seasons in the NBA. The 37-year-old guard said on Twitter it was an emotional decision.
Ex-Boston Slugger David Ortiz Shot at Dominican Republic Bar
Leo López said that the retired athlete's liver was also damaged and that he was in stable condition in intensive care. He said Ortiz will be flown to Boston once his condition improves.
Rookie CG for Rangers Wraps up Doubleheader Sweep over A’s
Adrian Sampson provided quite a nightcap for the Texas Rangers after they retired the No. 29 jersey of former third baseman Adrián Beltré between games of a rare doubleheader.
It’s the Greatest: Ali’s Training Camp Opens to the Public
He trained at the camp until his last fight in 1981.
NCAA Clears Division II Player After Agent-Rule Mistake
Osburn has said previously the lower divisions will evaluate the rule's impact in its first usage through Division I before considering whether to adopt it.
Sato over 220 mph to get IndyCar Series pole at Texas
Sato got his ninth career pole with a two-lap qualifying average of 220.250 mph on the high-speed 1½-mile oval.
Houston Texans abruptly fire GM Brian Gaine
The Houston Texans abruptly fired general manager Brian Gaine on Friday less than 18 months after he took the job.
NBA to Play 2 Regular-Season Games in Mexico City
The games will be televised by ESPN Deportes, Televisa and NBA League Pass in Mexico.
Fan Who Shoved Lowry in Game 3 is Warriors’ Investor
The fan that shoved Toronto guard Kyle Lowry during Game 3 of the NBA Finals is also an investor in the Golden State Warriors, and will not be permitted to attend any more games in the series.