Zlatan Ibrahimovic before the World Cup match between Germany and Mexico on June 17. Ibrahimovic, the longtime star for Sweden who plays for the Los Angeles Galaxy, decided not to compete with his national team in the World Cup.
Many of the larger seafront hotels on St. Barts were hit hard by Hurricane Irma’s storm surge and high winds and have yet to reopen, although villa rental agencies and some smaller hotels are operating.
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade was too much for Philadelphia’s young stars, including Ben Simmons, in Game 2 of their first-round series.
Morocco’s captain, Medhi Benatia, is one of 17 foreign-born players on the country’s World Cup roster.
Patriots Coach Bill Belichick, in keeping with a habit, roamed the sideline alone for much of Saturday’s playoff game against the Tennessee Titans.
Khalid Boutaib scores against Spain's David De Gea in the first half.
Gianni Infantino and FIFA are trying to sell an expanded version of the annual Club World Cup.
Angelique Kerber and Novak Djokovic danced during the champions’ dinner on Sunday.
President Gianni Infantino pushed a $25 billion offer from a confidential consortium for the rights to two international tournaments, including a revamped Club World Cup.
Roger Goodell, left, did not immediately intervene when the Carolina Panthers said they would handle an investigation into the team’s owner, Jerry Richardson.
Left, Martin Fourcade (2) of France edged Simon Schempp of Germany to win the mass start biathlon on Sunday. Right, Fourcade finished second at the event during the 2014 Sochi Games, when Emil Hegle Svendsen of Norway (9) nudged ahead at the finish line.
Condoleezza Rice, a former secretary of state, unveiled her report on college basketball reforms on Wednesday.
Justify, ridden by Mike Smith, won the 13th Triple Crown Saturday with a victory in the Belmont Stakes.
Gabe Morales, the home plate umpire, explained to the Mets’ Jay Bruce that he was out because the two players ahead of him in the order batted out of turn.
Telemundo’s new $250 million headquarters in Miami reflects the Spanish-language network’s ambition to topple the market leader, Univision, in part with sports programming.
Lawrence G. Nassar, the former team doctor for the American gymnastics team, was sentenced to 40 to 175 years for sexual abuse. More than 150 victims, many of whom are former gymnasts, spoke at the sentencing hearing.
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