Nearing race ban Grosjean is on knife edge
Formula One driver Romain Grosjean is on the brink of a race ban after his erratic driving at the Singapore Grand Prix resulted in him accruing a further two penalty points on his license.
Stakes Are High as Red Sox Visit, but Only for the Yankees
Six weeks ago, this Red Sox-Yankees series appeared as though it could decide the division. But Boston surged out of sight, leaving the Yankees with altered priorities.
Mack, Amukamara Lead Bears Over Seahawks 24-17
Khalil Mack once again put on the sort of havoc-wreaking show the Chicago Bears envisioned when they traded for the superstar pass rusher.
Rockies Lose Trevor Story to Injury and N.L. West Lead to Dodgers
Los Angeles leapfrogging Colorado hurt, but losing Story hurt more. Elsewhere, the N.L. Central’s top teams all cruised to victory.
Michael Conforto Drives in 6 Runs as Mets Top Phillies
Conforto finished a triple shy of the cycle in a win over Philadelphia, which fell further behind the Atlanta Braves in the National League East.
M.L.B. Playoff Races: Cardinals Pull a Game Closer to the Brewers
The N.L. West remains baseball’s closest race, but there is plenty of action in the N.L. Central, where the Cardinals are making a late run on the top wild-card spot.
Neil Walker’s Home Run Holds Off a Red Sox Celebration
Walker’s three-run homer in the seventh inning held up for a win as the Yankees kept Boston from clinching the American League East title, for now.
Carson Wentz Will Return to the Eagles for Week 3
Wentz has been cleared to return and is expected to start at quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles against Indianapolis on Sunday.
Chaos at the World Equestrian Games
The disruption caused by Hurricane Florence couldn’t be avoided, but several other problems seem to be self-inflicted.
Firmino's late winner for Liverpool stuns PSG
Roberto Firmino's eye for a goal enabled ast season's beaten finalists Liverpool to win the first heavyweight clash of this season's Champions League as the jBrazilian came off the bench to score a last-gasp winner in the 3-2 victory over Paris Saint-Germain.
Late Goals Save Liverpool and Sink Tottenham in Champions League
Lionel Messi scored three goals for Barcelona and Christian Pulisic had the winner for Dortmund as the Champions League group stage opened with eight games.
The N.H.L., Seeking Fans in China, Calls In the Great One
China wants to have 300 million winter sports fans by the time it hosts the 2022 Olympics. The N.H.L. wants to build its Asian fan base. The two missions converged this past week.
The Cowboys Besiege Eli Manning and Send the Giants to Another 0-2 Start
Manning threw for 279 yards but was sacked six times. His counterpart, Dak Prescott, had a 64-yard touchdown pass on the third play of the game.
Under Yankees’ Watchful Eyes, Aaron Judge Tests Wrist in Simulated Game
The exercise revealed that Judge still has plenty of work to do to recover the form that made him one of the most feared hitters in baseball.
World voyage delivers 'memories to last a lifetime'
Have you always wanted to sail the world but felt a bit daunted by the prospect of circumnavigating the globe all by yourself?
Jaguars Stifle Patriots, and This Time There’s No Comeback
In a rematch of last year’s A.F.C. Championship Game, Jacksonville built a large lead and held strong down the stretch.
Patriots Take a Gamble on Josh Gordon. They’ve Been Down This Road Before.
New England struck gold when they signed Randy Moss. Not so much when they picked up Chad Johnson.
How the NHL plans to grow in China
As the National Hockey League continues to spread its wings the NHL is keen to grow the sport in China ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Angela Stanford Wins the Evian Championship, Her First Major Title
Before Sunday, Stanford, 40, had finished in the top 10 at a major 13 times without a victory.
Sam Darnold and Jets Fall Back to Earth in Loss to Dolphins
The rookie quarterback was intercepted twice, including once in the end zone, in the Jets’ home opener.
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WADA vice-president to vote against Russia reinstatement
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) vice-president Linda Helleland has said she will oppose a proposal to reinstate the Russian agency RUSADA if it comes to a vote at a meeting in the Seychelles on Thursday.