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Flavien Prat atop Rombauer reacts as he crosses the finish line to win the Preakness Stakes horse race at Pimlico Race Course, Saturday, May 15, 2021, in Baltimore. <br>Julio Cortez/AP

Rombauer springs big Preakness upset, Medina Spirit third

Rombauer romped to an 11-1 upset victory in the Preakness on Saturday, denying Bob Baffert-trained Kentucky Derby winner Medina Sprint the chance at a Triple Crown that would have come with a giant asterisk.

As Team USA athletes prepare for no families at Tokyo Olympics, one sport gets creative

While the announcement that no international spectators will be permitted at this summer's Tokyo Olympics was expected for some time now, it's still a gut punch. "It's gonna suck not having friends and family there, but (I) totally understand," beach volleyball star April Ross said.

Ravens agree to two-year deal with Alejandro Villanueva, a potential Orlando Brown Jr. replacement

The Ravens have agreed to a two-year deal with free agent Alejandro Villanueva, the team announced Tuesday, finding a potential replacement right tackle just 11 days after they traded away Pro Bowl starter Orlando Brown Jr.

Army hockey goalie Trevin Kozlowski is signed by AHL's Iowa Wild for amateur tryout

The NHL's Minnesota Wild signed Army's All-American netminder Trevin Kozlowski to an amateur tryout agreement and assigned him to the Iowa Wild of the American Hockey League.


Season tickets to America's pastime become a full-time hassle

COVID restrictions are easing at U.S. baseball stadiums, bringing joy to owners, scattered cheers to players -- and angst to many of its most committed fans.

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