The Washington Post : sports blogs
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While we miss the games, athletes miss their other families: Their teammates  10h06 29 mai
By Barry Svrluga
Staying home during the pandemic, many realize, There s really nothing like the locker room.
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As sports return, at-risk athletes may face heavy decision on whether to play  08h51 30 mai
By Adam Kilgore
Leagues need to determine precautions for those who play despite preexisting conditions and compensations for those who opt out.
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This is why Colin Kaepernick took a knee  13h28 30 mai
By Sally Jenkins
The NFL ostracized the quarterback for his protests against police brutality. Its more clear than ever what a terrible decision that was.
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Colin Kaepernick starts legal defense fund for Minneapolis protesters  11h26 30 mai
By Jake Russell
Kaepernick is part of a growing number of athletes speaking out in the wake of the death of George Floyd and the protests that have followed.
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Game 7 of the 1925 World Series was the best anyone had seen if only they could  10h33 30 mai
By Thomas M. Boswell
Through rain and fog that marred play and obscured fans vision, bad calls by umpires and a manager were just part of a wild day.
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From Kareem to LeBron, I remember the year by the NBA Finals. What now?  11h32 29 mai
By Jerry Brewer
The end of marathon seasons reward champions for the resilience we all could use in their absence.
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Shut out at Bristol Motor Speedway, NASCAR fans set up camp next door  10h48 30 mai
By Liz Clarke
NASCAR fans cant attend Sundays race but several came to the Virginia-Tennessee border anyway just to rekindle friendships and revel in the noise.
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Wizards cautiously begin voluntary player workouts as Washington reopens  05h45 30 mai
By Candace Buckner
Some Wizards players returned to the teams practice facility Friday as Washington began the first phase of reopening.
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Capitals GM on NHL s return to play: Answers aren t always completely there   07h57 29 mai
By Samantha Pell
The NHL is expected to allow teams to open their practice facilities to limited players in the next two weeks.
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Virtual offseason prepares Redskins to return, whenever that might be  05h25 29 mai
By Sam Fortier
In the age of Zoom calls, the Redskins are trying to accomplish as much as they can mentally before they step back onto the field.
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Former Terps guard Varun Ram is helping coronavirus patients stay connected to loved ones  09h43 29 mai
By Scott Allen
Ram, a fan favorite at Maryland, is the D.C. lead for Connect for Covid-19, which delivers donated smart devices to healthcare facilities.
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Game 7 of the 1925 World Series was the best anyone had seen if only they could  10h33 30 mai
By Thomas M. Boswell
Through rain and fog that marred play and obscured fans vision, bad calls by umpires and a manager were just part of a wild day.
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While we miss the games, athletes miss their other families: Their teammates  10h06 29 mai
By Barry Svrluga
Staying home during the pandemic, many realize, Theres really nothing like the locker room.
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Bob Whitmore, from DeMatha to Notre Dame and beyond, was a leader anyone would follow  10h30 26 mai
By John Feinstein
The basketball star died last weekend after a 20-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
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Where high school football has no offseason, there has been a lot to tackle  07h05 29 mai
By Chuck Culpepper
In Southern states where the game is woven into families lives, an offseason without spring practice has required adaptations.