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  1. Josh Haner / The New York Times
    On Olympics
    Slopestyle Asks, When Is a Risky Sport Too Dangerous?

    A comment by the head of scientific activities for the International Olympic Committee threw a spotlight on the tension between spectacle and safety in the Winter Games.

  2. Built on Brotherhood, Club Lives Up to Name

    A.S.F. Fratia Bucharest, a soccer team in the Romanian fifth division, is the only club in its league run on the principles of equality and nondiscrimination.

  3. His Win Obscured, Runner Left Mark Off the Course

    Lelisa Desisa’s victory in the 2013 Boston Marathon became a footnote to a horrific afternoon, but his response to the bombings resonated widely.

  4. Sports of The Times
    Women’s Soccer League Tries to Connect and Survive

    Considering the triumphs of the U.S. women’s national team and the benefits of Title IX, one would think the National Women’s Soccer League would be a certain success. But two previous female soccer leagues have failed.

  5. Turning Up the Intensity

    9:25 PM ETThe N.B.A. playoffs begin Saturday, with familiar teams occupying some of the top seeds. In a league that often seems obsessed with the future, the focus will decidedly be on the present.

  6. Thunder’s Lofty Hopes Rest on a Fragile Hinge
  7. Off the Dribble: After Stellar Season, a Seasoned Foe Awaits
  8. Unmoved, Anthony Is Still on Fence Over Future
  9. Sports of The Times: Unlikely Superstar Swap Could Aid Knicks
  10. With Richards in a Better Place, the Rangers Are, Too
  11. Rangers 4, Flyers 1: After Hit to Mouth, Rangers Draw First Blood
  12. Mets Trade Ike Davis
  13. In Uruguay, Team and Country Are Unified Behind Coach
  14. Yankees 10, Rays 2: Sabathia Overcomes an Ace and a Dome, With Help From a Triple Play
  15. Horse Owners and Trainers Say They’ll Release Veterinary Records
  16. Jets’ Newly Signed Running Back Denies Report That His Injured Knee Is Arthritic
  17. Fault Lines Appear at Northwestern Over Union Vote
  18. A Star Quarterback Accused, and a Flawed Rape Investigation
  19. N.H.L. Playoff Roundup: Third Overtime Is the Charm for the Blues
  20. On Pro Basketball: N.B.A. Players Reset Union Search With Kevin Johnson as Point Man
  21. Roundup: Dodgers Edge Giants; Puig Returns to Lineup
  22. Florida Derby Winner to Miss Kentucky Derby
  23. Former Senator Is Selling the Bucks After Three Decades
  24. Surviving the Finish Line
  25. Look-Up Line Would Warn Danger’s Ahead for Amateur Hockey Players
  26. interactiveInteractive Feature: Laughter Amid the Tears — A Cubs Quiz
  27. 30 Seconds With Mike Fratello
  28. Countdown to 2014 World Cup in Brazil: Day 55
  29. Dierdorf, Ex-Wolverine, Joins Michigan Radio
  30. Jabari Parker of Duke Declares for N.B.A. Draft
  31. Pistorius Trial Adjourns With Key Witness in Doubt
  32. Officials in Rhythmic Gymnastics Judging Scandal Are Said to Be Exonerated
  33. Red Bulls Rewind: A Win to Calm Some Nerves
  34. James Still No. 1 With N.B.A.’s Most-Popular Jersey
  35. Rio Workers End Strike but Issue Pay Talks Warning
  36. Montreal Team Sign Chad Johnson to 2-Year Contract
  37. In a Hole, Golf Considers Digging a Wider One
  38. Deadliest Day: Sherpas Bear Everest’s Risks
  39. Innovation: Who Made That Relief Pitcher?
  40. The Kentucky Derby Dartboard: Week 3

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