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Recent articles by Henry:

Jon Gruden emails, others exposing Bruce Allen and Adam Schefter, surface in Dan Snyder court filing

Snyder sought to link Allen to media members as part of a defamation suit against a media outlet that falsely linked him to sex trafficking and Jeffrey Epstein. → Read More

Cristiano Ronaldo's stunning return to Manchester United is a done deal

Mere hours after Manchester City seemed to be a clear favorite to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United swooped in and sealed the deal. → Read More

U.S. rallies to top China in Tokyo Olympics gold medal tally

A final day flurry of golds pushed Team USA to the top of the medal table at the Tokyo Games. → Read More

How U.S. women's water polo became the latest Olympic dynasty

With Adam Krikorian at its helm and Maggie Steffens leading the team in the pool, the U.S. women's water polo team has won gold yet again. → Read More

‘I curled up on the floor, crying’: Inside an Olympian’s COVID-19 heartbreak

Katie Lou Samuelson had dreams of an Olympic gold medal. Then she tested positive. → Read More

IOC 'looking into' Chinese cyclists who wore Mao pins on medal podium

The International Olympic Committee is “looking into” a possible violation of its rules governing political demonstrations after two Chinese cyclists wore pins depicting former Chinese Communist Party leader Mao Zedong. → Read More

Why Caeleb Dressel tossed his first gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics to a teammate in the stands

Brooks Curry, in a way, allowed Caeleb Dressel to swim so fast in the 4x100 relay final Monday morning. → Read More

The absurdity of medal ceremony mask-wearing at the Tokyo Olympics

An IOC spokesman said it "sends a strong message." We say it's more hygiene theatre. → Read More

Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony director ousted for Holocaust jokes

Kentaro Kobayashi was dismissed for comments he made during a comedic act over two decades ago. → Read More

Duck mites, sledgehammers, an abandoned Macy's: How Olympians stayed ready during COVID

When COVID struck, many would-be Olympians were left without traditional ways to train. So many had to improvise. → Read More

Argentina topples Brazil, and Lionel Messi finally has the Copa America title he deserves

Lionel Messi was 0-for-9 at major tournaments, often by no fault of his own. At the 10th attempt, Argentina finally toppled Brazil and won the 2021 Copa America. → Read More

Olympic organizers: 'Highly unlikely' that breastfeeding moms can bring children to Tokyo Games

A USOPC official told Yahoo Sports that the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee denied a U.S. marathoner's request to bring her 5-month-old daughter. → Read More

Pfizer will donate vaccine doses to Olympics as pandemic rages on

The IOC is pushing for athlete vaccinations as the pandemic accelerates two months before the Tokyo Olympics. → Read More

Megan Rapinoe's late (and controversial) penalty saves USWNT from first loss in years

The U.S. preserved a remarkable unbeaten streak, but had its win streak snapped two short of a program record. → Read More

The breakout star of March Madness? A coach 'representing moms' and pumping breast milk at halftime

Adia Barnes outcoached the brightest minds in women's basketball all while breastfeeding and taking care of her 6-month-old daughter. → Read More

U.S. men's soccer fails to qualify for Olympics thanks to embarrassing goalkeeper mistake

This isn't quite a World Cup qualifying failure for U.S. men's soccer. But it's another alarming Olympics miss. → Read More

Did an NCAA selection committee mistake set up Illinois for March Madness upset?

Loyola-Chicago knocked off top-seeded Illinois as a No. 8 seed. Some metrics suggested the Ramblers should have been a No. 3 seed. → Read More

Heartbreaking missed layup in final seconds spoils UC Santa Barbara's March Madness upset bid

Amadou Sow's layup bounced in an out with four seconds remaining, and Creighton survived. → Read More

The NCAA and March Madness embody systemic sexism

It makes economic sense to invest more in the NCAA men's basketball tournament than the women's tournament. But that economic sense is built on sexism. → Read More

March Madness Friday recap: Welcome back to the tournament, where nobody knows anything

The first full day of NCAA tournament action featured an array of upsets — just not the ones that became popular over the past week. → Read More