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Chebet and Jepchirchir win 126th Boston Marathon

Sports editor Callie Hummel discusses the stats and stories of the winners. On Monday, April 18, runners from across the world congregated in Boston, Massachusetts, to participate in the 126th Boston Marathon. Kenyan runners Evan Chebet and Peres Jepchirchir placed first in the men’s and women’s categories, respectively. The Boston Marathon is the world’s oldest […]

Aleksandr Sorokin runs 100 miles in under 11 hours

Commentary editor Logan Guthrie discusses the ultramarathon runner breaking two world records. Lithuanian athlete Aleksandr “Sania” Sorokin, a leader in the recent revitalization of the sport of ultrarunning, just recently set a new personal and world record for the 100-mile run. Already considered one of the greatest ultramarathon runners in the world, he certainly has […]

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Lia Thomas’ championship performance causes uproar

Spectators argue whether Thomas should be able to compete with women, says sports writer Ben Bowdon. The NCAA Women’s Swimming National Championships were hosted by Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia, from March 16-19. University of Virginia won the competition for the second year in a row, while Stanford University fell shortly behind. 13 out of […]