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Katie Ledecky of the United States reacts after her silver medal finish in the women's 400-meter freestyle.

Katie Ledecky edged by Australia’s Ariarne Titmus, takes silver in 400-meter freestyle

Despite the fourth-fastest time ever recorded (3:57.36), the American couldn't match Titmus, whose clocked the No. 2 time (3:56.69) in history. 12 minutes ago

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Deshaun Watson led the NFL in yards passing last season, but he became unhappy with the direction of the Texans and requested a trade in January.

Deshaun Watson set to report to Texans despite possibility of being placed on paid administrative leave

The QB would have faced fines of $50,000 a day if he didn’t report, though he is facing 22 active lawsuits. 1 hour ago

Australia's Minjee Lee kisses the Evian Championship trophy after defeating Jeongeun Lee6 on the first playoff hole.

Minjee Lee wins Evian Championship on first playoff hole for her first major title

She hit her approach shot close to the pin while Jeongeun Lee6 put her ball in a pond and ultimately took a bogey.

Olympics | France 83, US 76
Kevin Durant and Team USA blew a 10-point third quarter lead to open the Olympics with a loss to France.

US men’s basketball team loses to France, ending 25-game Olympic win streak

The US men’s basketball team lost at the Olympics for the first time since 2004.

John Powers | Appreciation
Gloria Ratti (right) was a vice-president and historian for the Boston Athletic Association, which organizes the Boston Marathon. She is shown with runner Shalane Flanagan.

Gloria Ratti loved the Boston Marathon, and played a major role in both modernizing it and preserving its history

Gloria Ratti, a Boston Athletic Association vice president and historian who died Saturday at 90, was a common-sense visionary who had a gift for nudging people toward progress without shoving them.

women's football
MVP Allison Cahill (right-center) celebrates the Renegades' third straight championship with teammate Erin Truex (left-center) after the Women’s Football Alliance national championship game against the Minnesota Vixen at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio.

Boston Renegades add their own chapter to city’s sports dynasty with third straight WFA championship

Quarterback Allison Cahill, the WFA’s MVP in her 18th season of professional football, completed 21 of 34 passes for 218 yards with three touchdowns in a win over the Minnesota Vixen.

Cameron Tringale eagled the par-5 12th and had three birdies in a bogey-free round at the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities.

Cameron Tringale drops short putt on 18 to hold on to one-stroke lead at 3M Open

The 33-year-old Tringale, who is winless on the PGA Tour, had a one-stroke lead over Gary Woodland and Maverick McNealy.

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

Roundup of Olympic gold medals from Saturday, July 24

A roundup of gold medals from Saturday, July 24 at the Tokyo Games.