1. NBC to Broadcast 2018 Olympics Live in All Time Zones Sports, Yesterday

    The move addresses the ever-increasing number of people who have instant access to results through social media and internet streams, including NBC’s own live coverage online.

  2. U.S. Women’s Hockey Team Sees ‘a Lot of Progress’ Toward a Deal Sports, March 20

    The team and its lawyers met for 10 hours with U.S.A. Hockey, working to reach a deal for increased wages and support as the world championship neared.

  3. Golf Venue for 2020 Tokyo Games Lifts Restrictions on Women Sports, March 20

    Olympic officials had vowed to move the 2020 competition if the club did not change its exclusionary membership policies.

  4. Ex-Gymnastics Chief’s Career: Swift Success Marred by Years of Scandal Sports, March 17

    Steve Penny had an accomplished career before resigning from U.S.A. Gymnastics, but protecting gymnasts was not a highlight.

  5. Ahead of Schedule? Not Mikaela Shiffrin, a Dominant Skier at 22 Sports, March 17

    Shiffrin will be the prohibitive favorite to defend her slalom title at the 2018 Winter Olympics, and she will be a prime gold medal contender in two other events.

  6. A Pyeongchang Preview Sports, March 17

    A New York Times photographer went to the Korean city that will host the 2018 Winter Olympics and attended events offering a taste of what is to come.

  7. Willing to Blow the Whistle on Doping? New Legal Aid Group Wants to Help Sports, March 12

    Fair Sport’s founders include Johann Koss, the Olympic champion from Norway, and Jim Swartz, a venture capitalist.

  8. Dawn Staley, New Olympic Coach, Will Stick With a Winning Plan Sports, March 11

    Staley, the women’s basketball coach at South Carolina, will not bring a new philosophy to a United States team that has won six consecutive gold medals.

  9. Chicago Bears Cut Jay Cutler After One Playoff Appearance in Eight Years Sports, March 10

    Thumb and shoulder injuries limited Cutler to five games last season, and the Bears finished 3-13.

  10. French Are Investigating Possible Bribes for Rio Olympics Sports, March 4

    The newspaper Le Monde reported that French investigators have some evidence that Rio cheated in its bidding for the 2016 Games.

  11. Colin Kaepernick Opts Out of Contract Sports, March 4

    Kaepernick, a six-year veteran quarterback, drew attention and headlines last season by not standing for the national anthem.

  12. Vladimir Putin Comes Half Clean on Olympic Doping Opinion, March 3

    The Russian president’s continuing denial of government involvement in athlete doping casts disgrace and doubt on the fairness of the Olympic Games.

  13. Putin Casts Doubt on Storage of Doping Suspects’ Urine Samples Sports, March 1

    The Russian president said that no one questioned the state of the samples when they were sent to the International Olympic Committee.

  14. Antidoping Officials Get an Earful From Congress: ‘What a Broken System’ Sports, February 28

    Representatives of the I.O.C. and the World Anti-Doping Agency were chastised for what was called a bungled response to the Russian doping scandal.