Juliet Macur

New York Times

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Sports reporter for the New York Times

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After a wait of 16 years since winning the World Cup in women's soccer, the  US finally did it again yesterday  — with a vengeance.

Why USA's World Cup Victory Is Important and What's Next

After a wait of 16 years since winning the World Cup in women's soccer, the US finally did it again yesterday — with a vengeance.

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The case of Indian sprinter Dutee Chand has renewed an ongoing debate at the highest levels of competitive sports: what criteria should be used to determine whether an athlete is male…

Sprinter Dutee Chand and Gender Testing in Sports

The case of Indian sprinter Dutee Chand has renewed an ongoing debate at the highest levels of competitive sports: what criteria should be used to determine whether an athlete is male…

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An elevator surveillance tape has now gone viral, and Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been “suspended indefinitely” from professional football.

Ray Rice Domestic Violence Video and NFL’s Delayed Response

An elevator surveillance tape has now gone viral, and Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been “suspended indefinitely” from professional football.

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