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Yankees regain offensive edge to stay alive in pennant race

19 Oct 2019

NEW YORK The Bronx Bombers lived up to their nickname just in time on Friday, putting together the pieces of their previously malfunctioning offense in front of a besotted hometown crowd to defeat the Houston Astros 4-1.

'I threw until I couldn’t anymore': Sabathia

19 Oct 2019

NEW YORK After a career plagued with injuries, New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia said it was perhaps fitting that his near two-decade-long career ended with his aching left shoulder giving up the fight.

Shields focuses on her craft, possible MMA move after pre-fight violence

18 Oct 2019

NEW YORK Claressa Shields owns two Olympic gold medals and a 9-0 record as a professional boxer. But a violent incident outside the ring involving her brother has left the American rising star dealing with the emotional toll of the abrupt cancellation of a highly anticipated bout.

Billie Jean King says gender equity in sport far from realized

17 Oct 2019

NEW YORK Nearly 50 years after Billie Jean King and the so-called "Original Nine" began their campaign for equal prize money in tennis, the 12-times Grand Slam winner said much more progress was needed in gender equity in sport.

Basketball hall of famer McGraw doubts college athlete pay law will help women

17 Oct 2019

Notre Dame women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw expressed scepticism on Wednesday over a California law permitting college athletes be paid, saying she was concerned that the legislation would not do much to help women athletes.

Rapinoe hoping for settlement but holding ground in discrimination suit

16 Oct 2019

U.S. women's national team standout Megan Rapinoe said she's "optimistic" that she and her fellow players can reach an agreement in their gender discrimination suit against U.S. Soccer, but that they're also ready for a fight.

Kosgei shatters Radcliffe's world record, Cherono wins men's race

14 Oct 2019

Kenyan Brigid Kosgei broke Paula Radcliffe's 16-year-old women's marathon world record but former Alberto Salazar coached athletes, including Mo Farah, were never a factor in the Chicago Marathon on Sunday. | Video

Fresh off world record run, Kosgei thinks women can go even faster

14 Oct 2019

CHICAGO Like any true competitor, Kenya's Brigid Kosgei does not plan to coast on her latest accomplishment -- even if that happens to be running the fastest-ever women's marathon. | Video

Fresh off world record run, Kosgei thinks women can go even faster

14 Oct 2019

CHICAGO Like any true competitor, Kenya's Brigid Kosgei does not plan to coast on her latest accomplishment -- even if that happens to be running the fastest-ever women's marathon.

Chicago's flood of Paralympians underscores depth of wheelchair marathon talent

13 Oct 2019

CHICAGO The participation of 27 Paralympians and a big increase in prize money could make Sunday's Chicago Marathon wheelchair race the most competitive yet.

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