More Headlines

Tadej Pogacar stuns Primoz Roglic, set to win Tour de France
Tadej Pogacar overtook Primoz Roglic and is set to become the second-youngest Tour de France winner in history, leading a Slovenia one-two.
-
2020 Tour de France standings
Tour de France standings for the yellow jersey, green jersey, white jersey and polka-dot jersey.
-
2020 Tour de France TV, live stream schedule
The Tour de France airs live on NBC Sports. A full TV and live stream schedule is available.
-
2020 Tour de France route: stage profiles, previews, start, finish times
Stage profiles and start and finish times for every day of the 2020 Tour de France, from mountains to sprints.
-
Tour de France race of truth to decide champ; Peter Sagan’s run likely ends
Primoz Roglic and Tadej Pogacar lead the Tour de France going into the deciding time trial. Peter Sagan's green jersey streak appears finished.
-
Ryan Lochte’s first individual Olympic gold medal goes missing
Ryan Lochte said his first individual Olympic gold medal is missing and he had two guesses of where it could be.
-
Naomi Osaka to miss French Open
Naomi Osaka will not play the French Open, citing hamstring soreness days after winning her second U.S. Open.
-
Annemiek van Vleuten out of world championships after Giro Rosa crash
Dutch cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten is out of the world road cycling championships after crashing during the Giro Rosa.
-
Mondo Duplantis breaks Sergey Bubka’s outdoor pole vault world record
Mondo Duplantis broke Sergey Bubka's outdoor pole vault world record, clearing 6.15 meters at a Diamond League meet in Rome.
-
Ineos teammates cross Tour de France stage finish together for win
Ineos Grenadiers teammates Michał Kwiatkowski and Richard Carapaz embraced as they finished the Tour de France's 18th stage together.
-
Elaine Thompson wins 100m in Rome Diamond League
Elaine Thompson wins the 100-meter in Rome with the fastest time in the world in 2020.
Duplantis breaks outdoor pole vault world record
After setting the indoor mark, Mondo Duplantis breaks the outdoor pole vault record in Rome.
Karsten Warholm wins 400m hurdles in Rome
Karsten Warholm dominates the 400-meter hurdles in Rome, setting a new meet record and matching his 47.08-second mark in Berlin.
Former track and field boss gets two years in prison
Former track federation president Lamine Diack was sentenced Wednesday to two years in prison for corruption during his nearly 16-year tenure at the IAAF.
-
Slovenia is dominating the Tour de France, and its president is loving it
Two cyclists from Slovenia lead the Tour de France, and it's causing the nation's most famous people to take notice.
-
Brian Orser reacts to Yevgenia Medvedeva’s coaching switch back to Eteri Tutberidze
Yevgenia Medvedeva left coach Eteri Tutberidze following the 2018 Olympics to be coached by Brian Orser. Now, she's switching back to Tutberidze.
-
Miguel Angel Lopez wins Tour de France queen stage; Primoz Roglic ups lead
Miguel Angel Lopez won the toughest climbing stage of the Tour de France. Primoz Roglic extended his lead over Tadej Pogacar.
-
2020 U.S. Open at Winged Foot TV, live stream schedule
The 2020 U.S. Open golf tournament TV and live stream schedules on NBC, GOLF Channel and Peacock from Winged Foot.
-
As U.S. Open starts, Olympic men’s golf picture far from settled
Dustin Johnson, Tiger Woods and Brooks Koepka could all miss the Olympics. Two of them are way out of the picture right now.
-
Egan Bernal withdraws from Tour de France
Egan Bernal abandoned the Tour de France, ending his title defense with team Ineos Grenadiers while significantly trailing leader Primoz Roglic.
-
Warholm, Duplantis continue record chases; Rome TV, stream schedule
Karsten Warholm and Mondo Duplantis headline the Rome Diamond League track and field meet fields.
-
Egan Bernal, injured, plummets further as Tour de France enters decisive days
Egan Bernal lost more time in the Tour de France, while Primoz Roglic kept his lead over fellow Slovenian Tadej Pogacar.
-
Bobsled, skeleton world championships moved out of Lake Placid
The February 2021 World Bobsled and Skeleton Championships have been moved from Lake Placid to Germany over travel-related coronavirus concerns.
-
How Cathy Freeman came to light the Olympic cauldron in Sydney
Cathy Freeman was asked to light the 2000 Sydney Olympic cauldron at a dinner in Los Angeles. She accepted and was at the center of an iconic moment.
-
Dominic Thiem wins U.S. Open
Dominic Thiem beat Alexander Zverev in the U.S. Open final for his first Grand Slam title, rallying from two sets down.
-
Novak Djokovic admits outbursts, will never forget U.S. Open default
Novak Djokovic said he has "outbursts" and learned "a big lesson" after hitting a ball that struck a linesperson at the U.S. Open.
-
Egan Bernal’s Tour de France defense collapses in mountains
Tadej Pogacar edged Primoz Roglic in Tour de France stage 15. Egan Bernal plummeted in the general classification standings.
-
Naomi Osaka rallies to win U.S. Open
Naomi Osaka beat Victoria Azarenka to win the U.S. Open in a women's final that went three sets.
-
Soren Kragh Andersen wins Tour de France stage before key mountain day
Soren Kragh Andersen of Denmark won the Tour de France's 14th stage, breaking away with two miles left of a flat finish.
-
2020 U.S. Open men’s singles draw, results
The U.S. Open men's singles draw includes Novak Djokovic, tennis' top-ranked player going for a fourth title at the Grand Slam tournament.
-
Thiem, Zverev set for U.S. Open final
Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev reached the U.S. Open men's final, each looking to win his first Grand Slam title.
-
Egan Bernal dropped by Slovenia’s Roglic, Pogacar at Tour de France
Egan Bernal fell nearly a minute behind Primoz Roglic at the Tour de France's 13th stage and its first summit finish.
-
Primoz Roglic gave up ski jumping, beat Luka Doncic in Slovenia and now leads the Tour de France
Primoz Roglic, the Tour de France leader from Slovenia, was a ski jumping champion before becoming a cyclist.
-
Serena ousted in U.S. Open semi by Azarenka
Serena Williams lost in the U.S. Open semifinals to Victoria Azarenka in three sets after suffering an Achilles injury.
-
2020 U.S. Open women’s singles draw, results
The U.S. Open women's singles draw includes Serena Williams going for a record-tying 24th Grand Slam tennis singles tournament title.
-
Marc Hirschi wins Tour de France stage as contenders ready for mountains
Marc Hirschi won the Tour de France's 12th stage a day before the general classification contenders start doing battle in the mountains.
-
Serena Williams into U.S. Open semifinals
Serena Williams made the U.S. Open semifinals by beating Tsvetana Pironkova of Bulgaria.
-
Caleb Ewan wins chaotic Tour de France stage finish; Peter Sagan penalized
Caleb Ewan won his second stage of this year's Tour de France after a chaotic dash to the finish, and Primoz Roglic kept the race leader’s yellow jersey.
-
Naomi Osaka moved by messages from families of Trayvon Martin, Ahmaud Arbery
Naomi Osaka cried after seeing video messages from Trayvon Martin's mom and Ahmaud Arbery's dad at the U.S. Open.
-
Jen Brady into U.S. Open semifinals, continuing stellar 2020
Jen Brady made the U.S. Open semifinals, her first time into a Grand Slam semi at age 25 after beating Yulia Putintseva.
-
Sam Bennett wins stage as Tour de France continues after virus testing
Sam Bennett won the Tour de France's 10th stage after all the riders left in the three-week race were cleared to continue after coronavirus testing.
-
Caster Semenya loses appeal over testosterone rule
Caster Semenya's latest appeal to be allowed to defend her Olympic 800m title without taking testosterone-suppressing measures has been denied.
-
Wilma Rudolph, once told she would not walk, became the world’s fastest woman 60 years ago
Sixty years ago, Wilma Rudolph won triple gold at the Rome Olympics, completing her ascent after being told as a child that she would never walk again.
-
At the U.S. Open, three moms make quarterfinals for first time at a Slam
Serena Williams is among three moms in the U.S. Open quarterfinals, the most in the final eight of any Grand Slam in history.
-
Ash Barty will not defend French Open title
Ash Barty will not defend her French Open title in two weeks, citing health risks during the coronavirus pandemic and the inability to train with her coach.
-
Serena Williams rallies to reach quarters
Serena Williams beat Maria Sakkari in the U.S. Open fourth round, advancing to the quarterfinals in her bid for a 24th Grand Slam singles title.
-
Otis Davis honored at Oregon, 60 years after Olympic titles
Otis Davis, the 1960 Olympic 400m champion, returned to the University of Oregon for a special event on the 60th anniversary of that gold medal.
-
Novak Djokovic defaults from U.S. Open
Novak Djokovic was defaulted from his U.S. Open fourth-round match after accidentaily hitting a linesperson with a ball.
-
Primoz Roglic takes Tour de France lead in mountain shakeup
Primoz Roglic took the Tour de France yellow jersey in the ninth stage won by fellow Slovenian Tadej Pogacar.
-
Serena outlasts Stephens at U.S. Open
Serena Williams beat Sloane Stephens in the U.S. Open third round, advancing to play another seed in the round of 16.
-