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Blog Post Archive

Live Blog: Novak Djokovic Wins Wimbledon Men’s Singles Final

It looked like it was over. After grinding out a two to one set advantage, Novak Djokovic had championship point on his serve in the fourth. His mental fortitude used to be beyond reproach, but after a recent string of Grand Slam meltdowns, there was cause for worry when he lost the point, lost the set, and allowed Roger Federer back into the match. Show More Summary

Podcast: Talking Baseball, Derek Jeter and Dunk Tanks

Ahead of the Midsummer Classic, the Sports Retort catches up on baseball’s first half and proposes innovative suggestions on how to bring more fun to the game.

Brazil Captain Thiago Silva Has His Ban Upheld by FIFA

Brazil will be without captain Thiago Silva for Tuesday's semifinal against Germany in Belo Horizonte.

Federer Briefly Stops the Course of Time

Even though Djokovic was crowned champion, Federer offered a glimpse of what tennis--and sports, in general--can be at its highest level.

U.K. Embraces Tour de France

The 2014 Tour de France begins its third and final day in England on Monday, after a dramatic weekend in Yorkshire which saw top sprinter Mark Cavendish crash out of the race and millions of spectators lining the steep climbs of the Yorkshire dales

Brazilian Soccer Federation Seeks FIFA Investigation

The Brazilian soccer federation has contacted FIFA to appeal a suspension for its captain, Thiago Silva, and urge the organization to investigate the foul that led to Neymar’s tournament-ending injury, FIFA said on Sunday.

The Dutch Defeat Costa Rica On Penalty Kicks, Face Argentina in Semifinals

The Journal provides analysis of the World Cup quarterfinal between the Netherlands and Costa Rica

At Least There’s One Superstar in the World Cup Semifinals: Messi

Lionel Messi led Argentina to the semifinals for the first time since 1990 with a 1-0 win over Belgium. Gonzalo Higuain found the net for the winning score.

Argentina Tops Belgium for Semifinal Berth

The Journal provides analysis of the World Cup quarterfinal between Argentina and Belgium. Argentina won 1-0 on an eighth-minute goal by Gonzalo Higuain to gain its first semifinal berth since 1990.

Live Blog: Wimbledon Men’s Singles Final

Roger Federer is the most decorated tennis player of all-time, holding a record 17 Grand Slam championships including seven at Wimbledon. But he's won just two majors since the start of 2010, with the party line holding that he's too old, too creaky, too fatherly to seriously compete for the top spot.

World Cup 2014: Netherlands vs. Costa Rica Live

The Journal provides analysis of the World Cup quarterfinal between the Netherlands and Costa Rica

At Least There’s One Superstar in the World Cup Semifinals: Messi

The diminutive Argentine striker led his team to the semifinals for the first time since 1990 with a 1-0 win over Belgium. Gonzalo

World Cup 2014: Argentina vs. Belgium Live

The Journal provides analysis of the World Cup quarterfinal between Argentina and Belgium.

Brazil Survives Colombia Test to Reach Semifinals

The Journal provides analysis of the World Cup quarterfinal between Brazil and Colombia

Germany Defeats France 1-0, Advances to Semifinals

The Journal provides analysis of the World Cup quarterfinal that saw Germany beat France 1-0, advancing to their fourth-straight World Cup semifinal.

A Big Bug Drops Into the World Cup

Colombia's midfielder James Rodriguez didn’t seem to notice a giant grasshopper that joined him, literally, on the pitch.

World Cup 2014: Brazil vs. Colombia Live

The Journal provides analysis of the World Cup quarterfinal between Brazil and Colombia

The Dutch Are Finally Embracing Van Gaal’s New Oranje

You take an Italian defense, some Latin theatrics and a lot of German determination. Mix them all together, and you have…the new Orange.

World Cup 2014: France vs. Germany Live

The Journal provides analysis of the World Cup quarterfinal between France and Germany

The Zidane of Fluid Dynamics Tries to Explain Why a Ball Curves

A study of fluid dynamics shows how a ball flies through the air, the flow patterns that determine how it moves, all in a formula that's very hard to understand.

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