Sean Gregory

Time magazine

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Sports correspondent for Time magazine

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Two hundred sports officials, medical experts, parent activists, and young athletes gathered at the White House today to talk about concussions in youth sports.

Concussions and Youth Sports

Two hundred sports officials, medical experts, parent activists, and young athletes gathered at the White House today to talk about concussions in youth sports.

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March Madness begins today! But all the hype around the NCAA basketball tournament may never have come to be, if it weren’t for one game back in 1989.

How March Got Madness

March Madness begins today! But all the hype around the NCAA basketball tournament may never have come to be, if it weren’t for one game back in 1989.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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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Josh Barro’s final episode as host of Left, Right & Center

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