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New York Athletic Club’s secrets could be exposed in brawl lawsuit

The first rule of New York Athletic ... Park South club — which counts billionaire businessman George Soros and former Federal Reserve chair Paul Volcker as members — is invoking a very “Fight Club” ... read more

And a Fight Over Everyday Sexism

Soon, the story was in The New York Times, Sports Illustrated ... “At least they were no bright colors!” Restrictions on athletic attire, from Wimbledon to the local Boys & Girls Club, are nothing new ... read more

Doomsday Prep for the Super-Rich

But in recent years survivalism has expanded to more affluent quarters, taking root in Silicon Valley and New York City, among technology executives ... Evan Osnos joined The New Yorker as a staff ... read more

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The 50 Greatest Baseball Books of All Time

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The Olympics Issue

Just before he turned pro, Gatlin and his parents, Willie and Jeanette, drove from Pensacola to New York for a funeral. (They could not afford the airfare ... members of her club team can count on ... read more

Why the elites are cheating

Last week, US prosecutors, in a case dubbed ‘Varsity Blues’, charged dozen of wealthy parents, including Hollywood celebrities and business leaders, with using bribes, bogus exam scores and fabricated ... read more

Basketball bribes: How Adidas bankrolled a black market for top teenage talent

T.J. Gassnola could ... trial, exposed a paper trail that seemingly should have set off alarms at Adidas. Gassnola alone might have raised questions. In February 2015, Adidas re-signed his grassroots ... read more

Dirty Hands

The best players are able to deduce the presence of particular cards in opponents’ hands long before those cards have been exposed in play ... David Owen has been a staff writer at The New Yorker ... read more

Running wild on Fire Island

One of the newer members of the Road Runners Club of America ... That year, in 1971, I had also competed in the New York City Marathon, the first race in which women marathoners could enter officially ... read more

Strength Secrets of America's Top Trainers!

That was the extent of his athletic goals: He didn't care if he did free weights or machines, circuits or straight sets, as long as he looked good on the lido deck. He had heard that a big health club ... read more

‘In Cold Blood,’ Truman Capote’s Achievement and Undoing

Newton Gun Club carried ... no sport she could not master. After her world record-breaking performance at the women’s track and field national championships in 1931, an article in The New York Times ... read more

Why I Write: Q. and A. With Seven Times Journalists

I highlight stuff I feel I could have gotten wrong: names – so that I check their spellings; locations, so I make sure they’re spelled right and rightly described, especially if I place them in ... read more



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