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FOOTBALL: Japan’s late goal ties U.S., 2-2, in SheBelieves Cup opener

It was chilly at Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, Pennsylvania for the first two games of the SheBelieves Cup, and the U.S. women’s national...

FOOTBALL Preview: U.S. women open SheBelieves Cup vs. Japan on Wednesday

After getting clubbed by France and squeezing by Spain on its two-game European tour in January, the U.S. women’s national team returns to the...

FOOTBALL Preview: U.S. women look to rebound vs. Spain in Alicante

After getting thoroughly beaten by third-ranked France last Saturday in Le Havre, the U.S. women’s National Team is in Alicante (ESP) for its first...

FOOTBALL: Diani’s two goals keys rout of U.S. women, 3-0, in Le Havre

Women’s World Cup hosts France showed their class in a dominant 2-0 win over the United States women’s team in front of a sell-out...

FOOTBALL Preview: U.S. women start 2019 World Cup vs. no. 3 France at Le...

It’s 2019 now, and the no. 1-ranked United States women’s national team is in France – where the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup will...

FOOTBALL: U.S. men shut out by England, 3-0

The English national team scored a 3-0 win over the U.S. men’s National Team before 68,155 at Wembley Stadium, scoring twice in the first...

FOOTBALL: Colombia outclasses U.S. men, 4-2, in Tampa

The U.S. men’s national team reversed a halftime deficit and had a 2-1 lead over South American power Colombia at Raymond James Stadium in...

Sensational NCAA Track & Field Championships introduces the next generation of stars

TSX HEADLINES – for June 11, 2018: The just-completed NCAA Track & Field Championships were one of the most memorable, thanks to an astonishing...

Sensational NCAA Track & Field Championships introduces the next generation of stars

TSX HEADLINES – for June 11, 2018: The just-completed NCAA Track & Field Championships were one of the most memorable, thanks to an astonishing...

German athletes demand 25% of IOC revenue because Olympic sports are irrelevant

TSX HEADLINES – for May 30, 2018: An open letter to International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach from the Athletes Commission of the German...

German athletes demand 25% of IOC revenue because Olympic sports are irrelevant

TSX HEADLINES – for May 30, 2018: An open letter to International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach from the Athletes Commission of the German...

Are athletes moving past the Games and into a post-Olympic world?

TSX HEADLINES – for Mar. 28, 2018: There’s something going on in international sport, with competitions now reaching far beyond the usual team-sports leagues...

Are athletes moving past the Games and into a post-Olympic world?

TSX HEADLINES – for Mar. 28, 2018: There’s something going on in international sport, with competitions now reaching far beyond the usual team-sports leagues...

Why Scott Blackmun is right and Sports Illustrated is wrong

TSX HEADLINES – for Jan. 26, 2018: All the commentators are chiming in about the Larry Nassar scandal and what should happen to Michigan...

Why Scott Blackmun is right and Sports Illustrated is wrong

TSX HEADLINES – for Jan. 26, 2018: All the commentators are chiming in about the Larry Nassar scandal and what should happen to Michigan...

Ho Ho Ho: The top stories of 2017, a tumultuous year in Olympic sport

TSX HEADLINES – for Dec. 25, 2017: This has been anything but a tranquil year in international sport, mixing great performances with uneasy politics,...

Ho Ho Ho: The top stories of 2017, a tumultuous year in Olympic sport

TSX HEADLINES – for Dec. 25, 2017: This has been anything but a tranquil year in international sport, mixing great performances with uneasy politics,...

TSX’s Weekend Fab Five: A Jamaican you know and one you don’t

The Sports Examiner’s best Olympic-sport performances of the weekend ... includes two fine Jamaican performances, but also a powerful start by the formidable U.S....

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