GOLF PLUS
So Hot, So Cool
At the Nelson, unflappable Jason Dufner won for the second time in a month, settling a score with Keegan Bradley, who was back at the place where his career took off
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Excitement In the Air
The Orioles' fast start? A bit of fool's gold. But these are not Birds of the same old feather. Just wait another year or two
Block Busters
Are the Rangers ruining playoff hockey with their willingness to lay out? Hardly. They're just trying to win—which is all that matters in the postseason
Help Wanted
With Chris Bosh still injured, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James will have to do more than just pull their weight for the Heat
LA LA PALOOZA
LA LA PALOOZA
For a 78-hour stretch Los Angeles was, finally, the sports capital of the world: 300,000 fans, 10 events, four teams, three playoff series, 110 cyclists. And an eclipse. Results be damned, it was a good four days
ONLY THE BEGINNING
A little old Magic, sprinkled with the newly tapped magic of Matt Kemp, have again made the Dodgers the toast of L.A. And Kemp's best? Still to come.
HORSE RACING
LET'S ALL HAVE ANOTHER
A generation of American adults is nearing middle age without having seen a Triple Crown winner. I'll Have Another will need all the speed and stamina he showed in the Preakness to end the 34-year drought
SOCCER
IN PRAISE OF DROGBA
The hero of Chelsea's historic Champions League final victory, Ivorian striker Didier Drogba is a man of the world whose intellect and impact extend far beyond the pitch
MOTOR SPORTS
BACK IN CONTROL
His final-lap crash in the Indy 500 last year could have been a career-defining moment, for all the wrong reasons. But JR Hildebrand handled the heartbreak of letting a sure victory slip away with grace. Now he's focused on closing the deal at the Brickyard
INDY 500
VROOM TO IMPROVE
Since the first daredevils took to the bricks 101 years ago, the race has been on at Indy to find that balance of handling, safety and, above all, speed needed to prevail over 500 miles. Decade by decade, there have been both incremental advances and breathtaking leaps in automotive evolution—concluding with (for now) this year's wholly reimagined supercar
THE TRANSGENDER ATHLETE
THE TRANSGENDER ATHLETE
Playing fields have long been segregated on the basis of sex. But what happens to the athletes whose physiology doesn't match their gender identity? Against whom do they compete? What obstacles do they face? And how are they being treated by sports' governing bodies?
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As the napping Clemens jurors so eloquently illustrated, there are some sports stories about which we've heard quite enough