Hopkins says he’s far from finished

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District remains in mix as possible site for Bernard Hopkins's next fight as he seeks to add another title.

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The 118th Boston Marathon

A little more than a year after a tragic bombing, runners return to Beacon Street with purpose for the famous race.

NBA playoffs, Wizards vs. Bulls: Nene lifts Washington to Game 1 victory, 102-93

The Wizards’ playoff drought ends with a fourth-quarter rally and win.

Boxer Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter dies

The former boxer was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1967, spending almost two decades in jail before being exonerated.

La Plata blanks Arundel, 3-0

No. 4 Warriors hold off No. 10 Wildcats with a shutout victory.

Families mourn Nepalese Sherpas

The deadly avalanche on Mount Everest was a brutal reminder of the risks they face.

Oscar Pistorius on trial

The Olympic athlete is on trial for alleged premeditated murder in the Valentine’s Day 2013 shooting of his girlfriend.

A chance to finish what they started

For the 5,633 runners who started the 2013 Boston Marathon but couldn’t cross the finish line, the 2014 race provides an opportunity to ‘finish the right way.’

Madison girls’ lacrosse holds off Westfield, 16-15

It was an offensive battle between two undefeated teams at the Centreville Spring Break Tournament.

Stone Bridge pitcher has the attention of MLB scouts

JB Bukauskas, a reclassified junior with a fastball that has reached 100 miles per hour, is eligible for June’s MLB draft.

Boys’ Lacrosse: No. 9 Chantilly beats No. 10 Churchill in OT

Sophomore Colin Zimmerman scored his third goal in overtime to give the Chargers a 12-11 victory over the Bulldogs.

Boxing’s ageless wonder

At 49 years old, IBF light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins isn’t setting out to defy time. He’s just figured out how to control the rhythm.

Track and field: Crimson Tide Invitational

Noah Lyles wins the 100 and 200 meter run to help T.C. Williams take the overall boys team title.

Sports videos

'Running for something more than myself'

'Running for something more than myself'

As the youngest female runner in the field, Emily Cox has been training hard for the Boston Marathon, waking up at 3:45 a.m. during the week to run before school.
'Running for something more than myself'

'Running for something more than myself'

As the youngest female runner in the field, Emily Cox has been training hard for the Boston Marathon, waking up at 3:45 a.m. during the week to run before school.
For Stone Bridge's Bukauskas, tough decision ahead

For Stone Bridge's Bukauskas, tough decision ahead

Stone Bridge's JB Bukauskas is graduating early to attend University of North Carolina, but with speculation of him being drafted in the first or second round, he may have a tough decision ahead of him. (Editor's note: A previous version of this video misspelled the name of Stone Bridge catcher Eli Quiceno.)
Who is the most important Wizard in the postseason?

Who is the most important Wizard in the postseason?

The Post Sports Live crew discusses which Wizards player is most vital to the team’s playoff chances.
Where's the Wizards buzz?

Where's the Wizards buzz?

The team is in the playoffs for the first time in years. Why does it seem like local fans aren't excited?
Nats are injury, error prone

Nats are injury, error prone

The Nationals are hitting well—for now. When will the dreadful fielding and injury woes catch up? The Post’s Adam Kilgore discusses the early highs and lows for the team.
Why can't the Nats beat the Braves?

Why can't the Nats beat the Braves?

If the Washington Nationals can’t beat the Atlanta Braves, can they realistically win the NL East?
Will Leonsis make another coaching change?

Will Leonsis make another coaching change?

The Capitals have missed the playoffs for the first time in seven years. What effect might another management change have on the core group of players, including Alex Ovechkin?
Caps hit the wall, Nats have a Braves problem and buzz-less Wizards set for playoffs

Caps hit the wall, Nats have a Braves problem and buzz-less Wizards set for playoffs

The Capitals enter the offseason early and with questions, the Braves extend their dominance over the Nats, and the Wizards head for the playoffs for the first time in six years.
Oakton's Cory Harris is Virginia bound

Oakton's Cory Harris is Virginia bound

After suffering an ACL tear following his sophomore year, Cory Harris bounced back to compete in three varsity sports for Oakton. He will attend the University of Virginia for lacrosse.