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Serena Williams Is The Latest Tennis Star To Withdraw From The U.S. Open
08/25/2021 1:53 PM
Serena Williams added herself to the list of big-name withdrawals from the U.S. Open, pulling out of the year's last Grand Slam tournament because of a torn hamstring.
When Did The Paralympics Start? Here's A Brief History Of The Games
08/25/2021 10:30 AM
Sports for athletes with an impairment have existed for more than a century, but it wasn't until after World War II that the official Paralympics began to take shape.
Japan's COVID-19 Cases Rise As Paralympic Athletes Descend On Tokyo
08/25/2021 9:13 AM
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Motoko Rich, the Tokyo bureau chief of The New York Times, about Japan hosting the Paralympic Games amid the pandemic. The Tokyo Olympic Games ended earlier this month.
Photos: What The Paralympics Opening Ceremony Looked Like
08/24/2021 5:22 PM
The festivities featured a parade of athletes through a mostly empty stadium ? including the Afghan flag carried by a volunteer in a show of solidarity ? and a one-winged plane that learned to fly.
The Pressures Of Kicking For An Icon: Xavier Beitia Reflects On His Field Goal Miss
08/23/2021 8:41 PM
NPR's Jason Fuller talks with Xavier Beitia, former Florida State University kicker and New York Jet, about persevering through his missed field goal kick against the Miami Hurricanes back in 2002.
Saturday Sports: Baseball Ramps Up, And The U.S. Open May Be Facing The End Of An Era
08/21/2021 12:54 PM
ESPN's Michele Steele discusses the Chicago Bears and Buffalo Bills' game, Shohei Ohtani's performance, and the future of the U.S. Open.
Football Legend Brett Favre Says Kids Shouldn't Play Tackle Football Until They're 14
08/17/2021 8:36 PM
In a new public service campaign released Tuesday, Favre lays out the reasons why: It'll reduce the risk of being diagnosed with chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE.
Tennis Legend Billie Jean King Puts It 'All In' Her New Autobiography
08/17/2021 5:37 PM
The book covers King's Grand Slam and Wimbledon championships, the "Battle of the Sexes," her activism for women's and LGBTQ rights, as well as some joyous and painful chapters in her personal life.
NFL's Raiders Will Require Fans To Show Vaccine Proof, Or Get A Shot At The Gate
08/17/2021 2:38 PM
When the Las Vegas Raiders start their NFL season, the team wants its home stadium to look as normal as possible, with stands full of fans. Those who been vaccinated won't have to wear masks.
Muhammad Ali's Grandson Steps Into The Ring For Boxing Debut In Tulsa
08/14/2021 11:45 PM
Bob Arum promoted Muhammad Ali's heavyweight title bout against George Chuvalo in 1966. Now, more than 50 years later, he's promoting the premiere fight of Ali's grandson, Nico Ali Walsh.
Saturday Sports: NFL Teams Face New Consequences For Unvaccinated Players
08/14/2021 11:53 AM
Howard Bryant of Meadowlark Media gives his take on the "Field of Dreams" game, the White Sox and Giants' success and a new penalty for NFL teams whose unvaccinated players cause COVID-19 outbreaks.
Olympic Hurdler From Jamaica Almost Didn't Make It To His Event
08/13/2021 11:09 AM
Hansle Parchment took the wrong bus and ended up at the aquatic center. A kind volunteer gave him cash for a cab, which allowed him to get to the track on time to win the gold.
14-Year-Old Becomes The Youngest Person To Swim The Length Of Lake Tahoe
08/11/2021 10:36 AM
James Savage covered the 21.3 miles in about 12 hours, while his mom Jillian kayaked alongside him. He started swimming competitively when he was six, and then fell in love with open water swimming.
Argentine Soccer Star Lionel Messi Signs With Paris Saint-Germain
08/11/2021 9:11 AM
Messi finalized a deal that marks the end of his career-long association with Barcelona. The 34-year-old reportedly will earn more than $40 million per year on his two-year contract.
IOC Will Reconsider Guidelines For Allowing Trans Athletes To Compete
08/10/2021 9:03 AM
NPR's A Mart�nez talks to freelance sports journalist Britni de la Cretaz about what a potential IOC rule change could mean for transgender athletes at future Olympics.





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