New details of payments to athletes in a federal investigation that has lurked in the shadows since first rocking college basketball last fall mark the latest threat to the sport’s basic foundation, showing the breadth of alleged corruption.
GANGNEUNG, South Korea — First curling, now this.
Jonathan Martin, the former NFL offensive lineman who was at the center of a bullying scandal in 2013, was detained by the police after posting a seemingly threatening message on social media.
TAMPA, Fla. — Aaron Boone walked to home plate for his first game as a manager at any level and was greeted by Detroit’s Ron Gardenhire, a 60-year-old baseball lifer back in charge of a big league team for the first time in four years.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Even with a tee shot into the water for another double bogey, Tiger Woods could see the big picture in the Honda Classic.
KAILUA-KONA — Blake Nakagawa loves looking at his expanding collection trophies and medals, although the 6-year-old golfer has to look up to do so because the trophy rack is set up high enough to avoid Lyman, his 10-month-old golden retriever, who loves nothing more than to chew on the awards.
PHILADELPHIA — Tramaine Isabell posted a double-double and made two free throws with 2.2 seconds left to give Drexel a 34-point comeback win over Delaware Thursday night for the largest come-from-behind win in the history of Division I basketball.
Mikaela Shiffrin collected another stuffed Olympic mascot Thursday, the plush toy an IOU of sorts for the silver medal she will later receive.
GANGNEUNG, South Korea — John Shuster and his U.S. team will play for a gold medal against Sweden after a 5-3 semifinal upset over Canada, a country that has struggled at the Pyeongchang Olympics despite dominating the world of curling for years.