At Euro 2020, a Reminder That Good Can Be Great

Denmark’s players had barely stopped running. For 10 minutes, they had hunted down Belgium’s glittering lineup remorselessly, ruthlessly, racing around the field at the Parken Stadium with a fierce, frenzied energy. And then, as soon as the clock struck 10, they stopped,

Night Golf Is Taking Over South Korea

City lights shimmer in the distance. Shadows splay in every direction on glowing green grass. It’s close to midnight, the moon hangs high in the dark night sky, and South Koreans are still outside, golfing. This is “white night” golf, a nocturnal

Jacob deGrom Leaves Start Early With Shoulder Soreness

A historic season is turning into a frustrating one for Jacob deGrom. The Mets ace was pulled from a second straight start with an arm injury, this time leaving after three perfect innings with right shoulder soreness, but the bullpen stepped up

Was the N.B.A. Season Too Much Too Soon?

The Los Angeles Lakers will not play another game until October, but LeBron James was apparently not ready to stop dunking. Fresh off the maiden first-round playoff exit of his career, James responded to a cresting wave of injuries sustained by marquee

Rafael Nadal Will Skip Wimbledon and Tokyo Olympics

Rafael Nadal, the 20-time Grand Slam winner, will not go for No. 21 at Wimbledon this year, he announced on Thursday. He also pulled out of the Olympics, and said a compressed schedule of major events did not allow adequate time for

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