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Tim Layden

The 40th Breeders’ Cup closed Saturday night in a setting California sun at Santa Anita Park and left behind choices.
Track deaths are an equine tragedy, and as the August death of Melanie Giddings’ Maple Leaf Mel shows, exact a human toll.
Amidst historic seasons for alpine skiing superstar Mikaela Shiffrin and basketball powerhouse LeBron James, a coronation for one, validation for another.
As Mikaela Shiffrin approaches ski racing history, Tim Layden sits down with the three-time Olympic medalist for a wide-ranging conversation.
A bevy of veterans and youth will represent the U.S. in Tokyo, assembling one of the greatest track and field teams in recent history.
The eternal struggle in track and field was on display leading up to and during the first half of U.S. Olympic Trials for Tokyo.
Two times this weekend, Mikaela Shiffrin will contest World Cup slalom ski races in the Finnish Lapland fell of Levi. It is a familiar place, in a familiar world. Except that in this moment, everything is different.
Eleven days before the Olympics were postponed, Gevvie Stone went home.
On the morning of the first Olympic postponement in history, Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian in history, made breakfast for the older two of his three sons – Boomer, who will turn four in May; and Beckett, whose second birthday was in February.
The essence of Jeff Shiffrin, the father of star skier Mikaela Shiffrin, can be summed up like this: A celebrity dad, who did not worry about the spotlight.