Wednesday, June 20, 2018
The 18 NFL legends — including Jim Brown and Joe Montana — provided thrills for Israeli fans in a country that few of the players had ever visited.
The rising 24-year-old from Buenos Aires, at just 5-foot-7, will look to make some noise at Wimbledon.
Competing for the Jewish state in South Korea is a chance to "really stand with all the struggles that Israelis have been through."
Denis Shapovalov is the second youngest player to defeat the Spanish champ since he turned pro in 2001.
Two top National Football League players pulled out of publicity trip to Israel, saying they felt “used” by the government. Bennett tweeted an image of a letter with a longer explanation of why he would not be participating.
Joc Pederson of the Dodgers and Alex Bregman of the Astros have made power-hitting history, while the legendary lefty made a timely suggestion.
Israel is now 4-1 in the tournament overall, and 1-1 in the second round of the 16-team quadrennial tournament.
From the skeleton racer who calls himself the "Hebrew Hammer" to a slew of figure skaters, here are the Jewish athletes to keep an eye on in Pyeongchang.
Men’s skater Alexei Bychenko, skating to “Hava Nagila,” finished second in his short program for the team event.
The incident follows a similar event in Rome involving fans of a rival team.


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