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Grace McKenzie and other transgender ruggers felt blindsided in recent months when word spread that World Rugby planned to exclude transgender women from women’s teams at top international events. https://t.co/KYaDfPWJfO

The Los Angeles Dodgers could claim the 2020 World Series with a victory in Game 6 tonight against the Tampa Bay Rays https://t.co/0JBU1eRu9N

And so Barcelona's unpopular president Josep Maria Bartomeu finally falls on his sword, but doesn't leave quietly. Makes bombshell claim about new European Super League on way out: https://t.co/cC0B6cmUOp

The Dallas Cowboys have lost five games, and fingers are pointing in all directions. https://t.co/JJf8xDcJZc

The Court of Arbitration for Sport’s antidoping division stripped the Russian biathlete Evgeny Ustyugov of the medals he won at the Vancouver and Sochi Winter Olympics. https://t.co/r1FcSyixdZ

The Los Angeles Dodgers has several pitching options for two more potential World Series games. The right plan could mean the end of a title drought, @TylerKepner writes. https://t.co/eFWyiCyCeH

Blake Leeper says his prostheses level the playing field. But World Athletics has successfully argued that they give him an unfair advantage by making him artificially taller. https://t.co/RZvgZIgUlL

"Norway, which won 11 gold medals in Sochi to Russia’s 10, is now the outright leader in golds from those Games." https://t.co/FFJAxJY9xV

Grace McKenzie and other transgender ruggers felt blindsided in recent months when word spread that World Rugby planned to exclude transgender women from women’s teams at top international events. https://t.co/elL3QDwlUQ

The court’s decision, which called a key whistle-blower a "credible witness" and relied on information he provided, also suggested that Russia’s punishments may be far from over. Via @tariqpanja and @rebeccaruiz: https://t.co/NXq4KiaClh

Every Dodgers pitcher will be available Tuesday, Roberts said, except for his other starters, but none of the pitchers has faced more than 21 batters. https://t.co/Yf0upvpNEj

World Rugby, the collision sport's global governing body, said that safety and fairness could not be assured for women playing transgender women at this time. Ruggers who oppose the ban say it is a solution in search of a problem. Via @NYTSports https://t.co/hOrRShzNtu

The Dallas Cowboys have lost five games, and fingers are pointing in all directions. https://t.co/H0f4biEKhK

How did one of Arsenal's best players make himself virtually unemployable? It's a long story, involving Uighurs, China, the pandemic and a 7-foot dinosaur. @RorySmith and @tariqpanja explain:  https://t.co/DknZ9jdyJa

When the Court of Arbitration for Sport stripped a biathlete of his medals from two Olympics, it also knocked Russia out of the top spot for golds in Sochi. Via @tariqpanja and  @rebeccaruiz. https://t.co/I3GoKtp65B

“I’m the first double amputee to run 44 seconds” for 400 meters, Blake Leeper said. “Now that I am running fast, now that I am running those times, now they say I have an unfair advantage.” https://t.co/tTNH398Ncx

Charles Adams is a fixture of North Minneapolis. He's a beloved football coach and a trusted school cop. It's been a hell of a year for his city, for his community, for his health. @kurtstreeter on Coach Adams, "through thick and thin." https://t.co/qkRqQ9PqNA

"Very deliberately, and seemingly at the behest of an authoritarian government, Mesut Özil was being erased." https://t.co/6PXC3XhlUw

.@RorySmith and @tariqpanja on how Uighur rights, Chinese outrage, pandemic pay cuts and a 7-foot dinosaur all led us here: The Erasure of Mesut Özil. https://t.co/6NBZvG2oLZ

Arsenal’s highest paid employee is the guy who live-blogs their matches. With @tariqpanja on 10 months in which Mesut Ozil has angered the Chinese government, tried to save a dinosaur, and slowly but surely been erased https://t.co/WVUfxibgrs

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