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Tara Sullivan

In places such as Boston, it’s important to enjoy the championship ride, because you never know when it will end

It wasn’t so long ago that titles around here felt inevitable.

Women's Basketball

Iowa’s Caitlin Clark continues her pursuit of additional scoring records

After setting the NCAA women's basketball record last week, Clark is now 57 points away from Lynette Woodard’s major college scoring record.

Two adults are charged with murder in the deadly shooting at Kansas City’s Super Bowl celebration

Both adults are charged with second-degree murder and other charges. They have been hospitalized since the shooting, prosecutors said.

Sports Museum is accepting entries for the 2024 Will McDonough Writing Contest

This is the 20th year of the contest held in honor of the late Globe sportswriter. More than 1,000 students participated last year.

Christopher L. Gasper

There is only one acceptable end to the Celtics season, and that is Banner No. 18

The time is now for the Celtics. The stars are aligned. It’s never going to look better. There are no more excuses.


Westborough’s Kaz Grala knocked out of Daytona 500 in Lap 6 crash

The 25-year-old, making his third start in the Great American Race, had nowhere to go when his No. 36 Toyota was wrecked by a sliding Harrison Burton.

Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy resting at home after heart surgery

He would like readers to know he will respond to e-mails when he returns to work, and he also thanked the Brigham and Women's Hospital for their care.

swimming world championships

American Claire Curzan wins women’s 200-meter backstroke for fourth gold at swimming world championships

Curzan was in control all the way through the final as she won by 1.26 seconds over 17-year-old Australian Jaclyn Barclay.