Christopher Clarey

New York Times

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Sports correspondent for the New York Times

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The opening ceremonies aren't until tomorrow, and the flame has yet to be lit, but the first events of the  Sochi Winter Olympics  are already under way.

Let the Games Begin

The opening ceremonies aren't until tomorrow, and the flame has yet to be lit, but the first events of the Sochi Winter Olympics are already under way.

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An upcoming soccer world cup has been moved from summer to winter in order to avoid extreme heat in Qatar. But this month's  Australian Tennis Open  is proceeding on schedule.

Australian Open a Sauna for Players

An upcoming soccer world cup has been moved from summer to winter in order to avoid extreme heat in Qatar. But this month's Australian Tennis Open is proceeding on schedule.

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At 36,  Andre Agassi  thrilled tennis fans last night with a comeback victory over a  21-year old opponent .  But whether he wins or loses his next match, Agassi has declared that his…

Andre Agassi and America's Future in Tennis

At 36, Andre Agassi thrilled tennis fans last night with a comeback victory over a 21-year old opponent .  But whether he wins or loses his next match, Agassi has declared that his…

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