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Sha’carri Richardson Wins 100-Meter Final To Qualify For 2024 Paris Olympics

Sha’Carri Richardson has qualified for her first Olympic games after winning the 100-meter final on Saturday at the Olympic trials at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon.

Noah Lyles Wins 100 Meters At Us Trials To Qualify For Paris Olympics

World champion Noah Lyles sealed his spot at the Olympics Games in Paris this year, winning the men’s 100 meters at the US Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon on Sunday.

The Progressive Left Digs In For Besieged New York Rep. Jamaal Bowman In Democratic...

The historically expensive bid to unseat Rep. Jamaal Bowman is entering its final frantic hours as a moderate, White county executive from north of New York City – propelled by pro-Israel groups’ record advertising outlay – appears poised to deny the progressive, Black former middle school principal a third term in Congress.

Angel Reese’s Chicago Sky Defeats Caitlin Clark’s Indiana Fever In Front Of Star-Studded Crowd...

Angel Reese’s Chicago Sky defeated Caitlin Clark’s Indiana Fever 88-87 on Sunday in front of a star-studded crowd at the Wintrust Arena.

Chants Of ‘Willie! Willie!’ Stretched To The Heavens At Mlb Game Honoring Negro Leagues...

All eyes in American baseball turned to Birmingham, Alabama’s historic Rickwood Field Thursday night, where the stands shook with deafening applause and hoots of pride in honor of one of the best the game has ever seen.

Why Black Republicans Aren’t Persuading Black Voters

Black Republicans like Tim Scott and Byron Donalds have to pretend racism is not an issue. But the majority of Black people know better.

Reggie Jackson Says Racism He Experienced Playing In Birmingham Made His Return For Negro...

Baseball Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson said it was difficult to return to Rickwood Field in Birmingham, Alabama, for the Negro Leagues tribute game Thursday because of the onslaught of racism he experienced when he played there decades ago.

Angel Reese Becomes First Rookie In WNBA History To Record Seven Straight Double-Doubles

Angel Reese set a new WNBA record by becoming the first rookie in history to record seven consecutive double-doubles. The former LSU star had 16 points and a career-high 18 rebounds as she helped the Chicago Sky cruise to an 83-72 win over the Dallas Wings to end a four-game losing streak.

A New Documentary Explores Why The First ‘black Barbie’ Was Much More Than Just...

“Black Barbie: A Documentary,” Lagueria Davis' newly-released project, takes a deeper look at the story behind Black Barbie and its impact on representation in the toy business, and culture more broadly.

Baseball Icon Willie Mays, One Of The Game’s Most Electrifying And Complete Players, Has...

Willie Mays, the dynamic baseball Hall of Famer who shined in all facets of the game and made a dramatic catch in the 1954 World Series, died Tuesday at the age of 93, the San Francisco Giants announced.

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Sha’carri Richardson Wins 100-Meter Final To Qualify For 2024 Paris Olympics

Sha’Carri Richardson has qualified for her first Olympic games after winning the 100-meter final on Saturday at the Olympic trials at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon.