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Joaquin Niemann finishes with an eagle and a share of the Sony Open lead

He shot an 8-under-par 62 along with Jason Kokrak and Peter Malnati.

Bradie Tennell’s rollicking short program leads at US Figure Skating Championships

The 2018 national champion and Olympian outskated Alysa Liu and Mariah Bell.

Olympic swimmer released but ordered to stay away from DC

A five-time Olympic swimming medalist charged with participating in a deadly riot at the US Capitol was released from federal custody Thursday but ordered to stay away from Washington, D.C. until after next week’s inauguration.

Chicago Bears elect to stay with coach Matt Nagy and GM Ryan Pace

Despite getting knocked out in the first round of the playoffs, chairman George McCaskey insists the culture exists to become a winning franchise.

‘Esports is the great equalizer.’ How The BASE uses gaming to expand its curriculum for Boston youth

The Roxbury nonprofit believes participants can develop skills to help them secure college scholarships and carve out career paths.

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This week’s US Figure Skating Championships will be anything but routine

Amid COVID restraints, local skaters Gabriella Izzo and Heidi Munger qualified, as did eight representatives of the Skating Club of Boston.

Anthony Castonzo, former star at Boston College, retires after 10 seasons with Colts

The former first-round pick won a starting job on the offensive line as a rookie in 2011 and played in 152 games for Indianapolis.

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Mikaela Shiffrin wins spot on 100th podium

The American was away from the skiing circuit for much of 2020 because of the death of her father and a back injury.