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Marissa Payne wrote for The Early Lead blog. She left The Washington Post in November 2017.
Before stepping away completely, however, the 35-year-old said she plans to race in next year's Daytona 500 and Indianapolis 500.
The trio began with a makeshift wooden sled they built themselves. Today, they count Visa and Under Armour as sponsors.
Medical professionals said the marathon should be canceled if the air-quality rate tops 100. On Friday, New Delhi's air rated 203.
The argument, which police say happened Monday, comes ahead of the two rivals meeting in the Iron Bowl later this month.
Rabah Madjer's reaction to a seemingly benign question was condemned by sports journalism groups.
Laser pointers, military jets and early-morning fireworks were apparently some of the ways Peru fans tried to get under the skin of New Zealand's players.
The Las Vegas massacre that saw a shooter kill 58 people proved the tipping point for staff at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
So far, it's the best thing about this likely meaningless game, as Senegal has already qualified, while South Africa has been eliminated.
Kianoush Rostami said it was his “duty” to do what he could for his hometown, which was one of the hardest-hit areas in Iran from the 7.3-magnitude quake.
On the eve of a possible meeting with President Trump, the Kremlin leader said Americans are trying to stir discontent in Russia.