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Bianca Andreescu has sealed her place in Canada’s consciousness – she has Canadians enthralled, and perhaps seeing a bit of themselves in her.
Games popularized in parks, schoolyards, and novels – including dodgeball, foosball, Quidditch, and kickball – all now have international professional sports leagues.
Various Major League Baseball teams, including the St. Louis Cardinals, the Milwaukee Brewers, and the Miami Marlins, have been experimenting with Ballpark Pass, a subscription model that allows fans to attend all regular home games for a monthly fee.
The Commission on College Basketball, headed by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, recommends taking a page from high school and college baseball by allowing young players to meet with advisers when deciding when and how to go professional.
Zorica Rebernik, obsessed with the red color, drinks coffee in her house in the village of Breze near Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Oct. 16.
Women's sports leagues are banding together for the first time to tackle the pay gap between men and women in sports and help each other increase resources, viewership, and attendance.
The former 49er walked away from a promising football career after one year because of concerns over head injuries. Now he helps military veterans and other football players deal with the challenges they share reintegrating into society.
As a young girl, Lhakpa Sherpa would bring gear to Everest base camps, despite women being discouraged from climbing. 'I wanted to show that a woman can do men's jobs.... I climb for all women,' she says.
UMBC became a household acronym after its win over the University of Virginia last Friday in the biggest upset in college basketball history. 'I think we give hope to ... people that feel like they are underdogs in their life,' senior guard K.J. Maura said.
The Cleveland Indians will no longer display 'Chief Wahoo' on team uniforms or in their home stadium starting in 2019. But fans will still be allowed to buy and wear the logo, stirring a long-simmering debate over the use of Native American sports mascots.
The Front Country Foundation organizes skiing and surfing trips for veterans struggling to reintegrate into civilian society. Through the excursions, the foundation aims to cultivate a sense of closeness and solidarity between those who've experienced trauma.
Two college coaches decided they wanted to send a national message: Their sport is not defined by the misdeeds of one man but by the strength of athletes who refuse to be defined by the abuses they suffered.
For decades, professional black athletes have used their public platform to voice issues of social injustice. NFL players kneeling during the national anthem is the latest iteration of this kind of protest. An AP survey reveals many players have experienced racial profiling firsthand.
After years of protests denouncing the caricature as racist and under pressure from the baseball commissioner, the Cleveland Indians will no longer sport the logo starting with the 2019 season.
Every two years, as millions of viewers worldwide tune into the Olympics, there is one image that they see over and again: the Olympics emblem designed especially for those Games. How can a single image encapsulate so huge an event?
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