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Julie DiCaro, sportswriter and host at Chicago’s 670 The Score, and Amira Rose Davis, Penn State professor and co-host of the Burn It All Down podcast, join Jason Gay.
Eric Murangwa was one of just three Tutsi players on Rwanda's Rayon Sports soccer club when the Hutu-led genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda began.
Jason Gay and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss Tiger's Masters win, Tampa Bay's Stanley Cup playoff collapse, and Rob Gronkowski's Lombardi Trophy bunt.
How did an amateur ballplayer end up subbing for a team from a religious cult and catching a game for Satchel Paige?
Twenty-five years ago, Eric Murangwa played in goal for Rwanda's top soccer club. He was 19 years old and one of the country's most beloved players. He was also a...
Attorneys for two of the women charged are asking a judge to hold police and prosecutors in contempt of court after reports that someone was shopping around undercover video of...
The new categories will give more athletes with impairments a chance to compete at a higher level.
Ski resorts in the Mountain West don't share information about all their injuries, which means people can't gauge their risks from resort to resort.
WBUR's Shannon Dooling spent the day near the finish line and brought Morning Edition the voices of some of those runners -- and their biggest fans.
Romanchuk joined WBUR's Morning Edition host Bob Oakes to talk about his win.
He made his comeback with an array of great shots, icy stares, steely glares and, most importantly, the ability to make the latest generation of golfers shrivel at the sight...
WBUR's Jerome Campbell reports for All Things Considered on how the crowds were at the famed "Scream Tunnel" in Wellesley.
The 2019 Boston Marathon saw a pair of Africans win the elite men and women's races -- and the first American to win the men's wheelchair division since 1993.
Special coverage of the Boston Marathon, six years after the bombings.
Heavy morning rain did not deter the runners in Monday's 123rd Boston Marathon.
On the women's side, Worknesh Degefa ran alone for the last 20 miles to her first major marathon victory.
"This is a man who was as down as a human being could be," Jeff Benedict, co-author of the biography "Tiger Woods," says after the golfer's Masters victory on Sunday.
More than 30,000 runners from 118 countries registered to run the 123rd Boston Marathon.
WBUR's Alex Ashlock was in Hopkinton Monday morning, and joined Morning Edition host Bob Oakes to discuss what was ahead in the big race.
WBUR's Alex Ashlock will be covering the race, and joined Weekend Edition host John Carpilo to talk about the storied 26.2 mile run.