Cindy Boren, Washington Post

Cindy Boren

Washington Post

Alexandria, VA, United States

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Recent:
  • Washington Post
Past:
  • Daily Herald
  • The Cannabist
  • CumberlandTimes-News

Recent articles by Cindy:

A boxer learns a sad lesson about taunting when he’s knocked out in final moments of title bout

Things were going well for Sabri Sediri in his title fight with Sam Maxwell until he began to celebrate before it was over. Oops. → Read More

‘Can I sleep on my son’s floor?’ For some families, it isn’t easy to get to the NCAA tournament.

Houston Coach Kelvin Sampson calls on the NCAA to help players out. → Read More

March Madness: Duke, North Carolina, Virginia chase Sweet 16 berths

All the latest March Madness news, highlights and analysis. → Read More

With Kentucky’s P.J. Washington out, John Calipari is dealing with more than UCLA rumors

With his foot in a cast, the sophomore star will miss the team’s NCAA tournament opener. → Read More

American figure skater is accused of deliberately slashing a South Korean competitor

Figure skating’s governing body will investigate the incident involving Mariah Bell and Lim Eun-Soo during warm-ups at the World Figure Skating Championships. → Read More

Bruce Arians keeps his promise, now has two women on his Buccaneers coaching staff

Lori Locust has been hired as an assistant defensive line coach and Maral Javadifar will be an assistant strength and conditioning coach. They’re the first female coaches in the franchise’s history. → Read More

What channel is truTV and how to find NCAA tournament games on it

You would think people would remember from March to March. You would be wrong. → Read More

Barack-etology is back, as Obama reveals his NCAA tournament picks

The former president has two familiar teams winning the men's and women's championships. → Read More

Who’s going to coach LeBron James and the Lakers? Doc Rivers says it won’t be him.

The Clippers coach says he has a new contract in place, which would take him out of the running to replace Luke Walton across town. → Read More

Le’Veon Bell says Ben Roethlisberger was ‘a factor’ in why he left the Steelers

The running back looks back one last time as he moves on to the Jets. → Read More

ESPN reportedly is pressing Peyton Manning to join ‘Monday Night Football’

Two of the Worldwide Leader’s top executives made their pitch to the former quarterback. → Read More

‘It’s a cesspool!’: ESPN’s Dick Vitale says it’s time the NCAA paid players

It's madness for players like Duke's Zion Williamson to play and not get paid, according to the longtime face of college basketball. → Read More

Haloti Ngata goes ‘to the top of the world’ for his heartfelt retirement announcement

Technically, it was Mount Kilimanjaro on a trip with Waterboys, the foundation created by Chris Long of the Philadelphia Eagles. → Read More

Phillies fans hurl threats at pitcher who struck Bryce Harper

Trent Thornton of the Blue Jays says he wasn't intentionally throwing at Philly's $330-million man, who is day-to-day with a bone bruise. → Read More

Michigan State’s Kyle Ahrens carted off the court with lower-leg injury

Preliminary X-rays showed no break and Ahrens's foot was placed in a boot. → Read More

Montez Sweat, who wowed coaches at the NFL combine, reportedly has a heart condition

His agents say it's nothing new and no big deal: "No change in health and no change in domination!” → Read More

Dolphins reach agreement with Ryan Fitzpatrick, reportedly on a two-year deal

Miami traded last Ryan Tannehill last week and, at least for now, are all in on Fitzmagic. → Read More

'Very sad day in our history’: Kiwi player offers a touching tribute to New Zealand shooting victims

Kosta Barbarouses, a New Zealand native, scored twice for his Melbourne Victory team in an Australian A-League game. → Read More

Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction reinstated by Massachusetts’s highest court

The law formerly held that a conviction would be effectively erased if the defendant died before it could be considered on appeal. → Read More

Cyclist Kelly Catlin’s family donates her brain for concussion research

The Olympic medalist died of suicide last week at the age of 23. → Read More