Bibian Mentel, a champion Dutch snowboarder who lost her lower right leg to cancer, then returned to the sport a few months later and dominated…View More Bibian Mentel, Champion Paralympic Snowboarder, Dies at 48
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Eight years ago Blake Leeper ran in the Paralympics against Oscar Pistorius, the original Blade Runner, thinking that one day he would do everything Pistorius…View More Another Double Amputee’s Fight for the Olympics Is Dealt a Major Setback
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Along with the rest of the world, athletes have had their careers upended by the coronavirus pandemic. They are giving The New York Times an…View More He Needed to Train. David Duchovny’s Pool Was Out There.