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Purdue’s Zach Edey receives all but one vote for AP men’s Player of the Year
The 7-foot-4-inch Canadian finished sixth nationally in scoring (22.3), second in rebounding (12.8) and first in double-doubles (26).
Fencing event in France canceled after Russians readmitted to play
The French Fencing Federation said it would not host the men’s Challenge Monal epee tournament near Paris in May.
Wimbledon drops ban on Russians, will allow them to play as neutrals
The players must sign declarations of neutrality and comply with “appropriate conditions.”
Oscar Pistorius stays in prison after his parole is denied
Former Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius was denied parole Friday and will have to stay in prison following his murder conviction for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp 10 years ago.
Wimbledon drops ban on Russians, lets them play as neutrals
Russian and Belarusian players will be able to compete at Wimbledon as neutral athletes after the All England Club on Friday reversed its ban from last year.
Remembering Globe sports photographer Frank O’Brien, a legend behind the lens
O'Brien revolutionized sports photography in Boston, beginning with his coverage of the Impossible Dream Red Sox in 1967.
Boston University defenseman Lane Hutson becomes the second freshman in 71 years to win Walter Brown Award
Hutson was honored as the best American-born Division 1 men's college hockey player in New England.
Watch: A century of Red Sox championships, challengers, and characters commemorated in new Globe book
Host of the forthcoming TV show Boston Globe Today, Segun Oduolowu, sits down with reporter Chad Finn to discuss the book, which explores the team through more than 300 Boston Globe articles.