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Mikaela Shiffrin Wows Skiing When She Races — and When She Doesn’t

Mikaela Shiffrin Wows Skiing When She Races — and When She Doesn’t

Mikaela Shiffrin had a breakthrough victory in the super-G at the world championships but skipped another race she was favored in, puzzling skiing observers.
Soccer Player Who Faced Extradition From Thailand to Bahrain Is Back in Australia

Soccer Player Who Faced Extradition From Thailand to Bahrain Is Back in Australia

Hakeem al-Araibi, center, was greeted upon arrival at the airport in Melbourne, Australia, on Tuesday.
Rain, Hail and Darkness Keep Phil Mickelson on Verge of Pebble Beach Win

Rain, Hail and Darkness Keep Phil Mickelson on Verge of Pebble Beach Win

Jason Day seeking cover from a hailstorm during the final round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Sunday.
Australia Ousts United States From Fed Cup With Decisive Doubles Win

Australia Ousts United States From Fed Cup With Decisive Doubles Win

Ashleigh Barty returning a shot during Australia’s clinching doubles victory on Sunday.
Lindsey Vonn: A Dominant Career in Photos

Lindsey Vonn: A Dominant Career in Photos

Lindsey Vonn racing during the downhill of the Women’s Super Combined event at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
N.H.L. Roundup: Rangers, Behind 55 Saves From Alexandar Georgiev, Beat Maple Leafs

N.H.L. Roundup: Rangers, Behind 55 Saves From Alexandar Georgiev, Beat Maple Leafs

Alexandar Georgiev of the Rangers stopping John Tavares of the Maple Leafs for one of his 55 saves on Sunday night.
Lindsey Vonn Takes Bronze Medal in Her Final Race

Lindsey Vonn Takes Bronze Medal in Her Final Race

Lindsey Vonn captured a bronze medal in Are, Sweden 12 years after winning her first championship medals on the same course.
On Soccer: Manchester City Delivered a Lesson. Will Chelsea Learn This Time?

On Soccer: Manchester City Delivered a Lesson. Will Chelsea Learn This Time?

Sergio Agüero had a hat trick against Chelsea, his second in a week. The goals have him 17 this season, tied with Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah for the Premier League lead.
Adam Ottavino’s Harlem Hide-Out

Adam Ottavino’s Harlem Hide-Out

Adam Ottavino, a former relief pitcher for the Colorado Rockies, warmed up last month at a facility he rents in Harlem from his father-in-law. He said it had helped him improve his velocity and cook
Paul Casey Leads Phil Mickelson by 3 at Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Paul Casey Leads Phil Mickelson by 3 at Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Paul Casey pitching to the 17th green at Spyglass Hill in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Saturday. Casey made par on his way to a round of five-under-par 67.
Roundup: No. 2 Duke Staggers No. 3 Virginia Early and Holds On for a Win

Roundup: No. 2 Duke Staggers No. 3 Virginia Early and Holds On for a Win

Forward Sacar Anim celebrated with fans after the Marquette basketball team beat Villanova in the Big East on Saturday in Milwaukee.
Fed Cup: Madison Keys Rolls, Pulling U.S. Into Tie With Australia

Fed Cup: Madison Keys Rolls, Pulling U.S. Into Tie With Australia

Madison Keys of the United States serving during her 6-2, 6-2 victory over Kimberly Birrell of Australia on Sunday in the Fed Cup quarterfinals.
N.H.L. Roundup: Islanders Keep Rolling, Beating Avalanche in Overtime

N.H.L. Roundup: Islanders Keep Rolling, Beating Avalanche in Overtime

Ryan Pulock after scoring in overtime for the Islanders against the Avalanche on Saturday.
On Soccer: At Ajax, One Star Goes, Another Is Going, and More Are Always Coming

On Soccer: At Ajax, One Star Goes, Another Is Going, and More Are Always Coming

Barcelona has agreed to pay Ajax more than $85 million for the 21-year-old midfielder Frenkie de Jong.
Sporting: A Rough Ride to Bliss in Bhutan

Sporting: A Rough Ride to Bliss in Bhutan

The author competing in the Tour of the Dragon.
Past Tense: Dogs Before Instagram

Past Tense: Dogs Before Instagram

Jim Buck, perhaps the first professional dog walker, and his charges, near Central Park. March 5, 1964.
Hurricanes 3, Rangers 0: Rangers Honor 1994 Champions, but the Celebration Ends There

Hurricanes 3, Rangers 0: Rangers Honor 1994 Champions, but the Celebration Ends There

Mark Messier, left, and Brian Leetch were among the Rangers heroes honored before Friday’s game for the Stanley Cup they helped the team win in 1994.
N.B.A. Roundup: Knicks Lose Their 15th in a Row, Falling to the Pistons

N.B.A. Roundup: Knicks Lose Their 15th in a Row, Falling to the Pistons

Dennis Smith Jr., going up for a dunk against the Pistons’ Andre Drummond, led the Knicks with 31 points on Friday night.