Wednesday, July 15, 2020
NBA defending champions the Miami Heat visited the US Holocaust Memorial Museum Monday for the second year in a row.
Widows of Israel athletes killed by terrorists at the Munich Olympics took part in a ceremony in memory of the victims at the Rio Olympic Village.
An Israeli professional soccer player, Gal Mesika, will be trying out for the National Football League as a kicker.
20 years ago LeBron James walked onto a JCC hardwood court and changed the game of basketball forever.
Ori Sasson of Israel won a bronze medal in the men’s judo over-100 kg. competition.
Mom of Stephen Curry, NBA's Most Valuable Player, said a trip to Israel five years ago transformed her and sparked her interest in learning Hebrew.
The United States women’s gymnastics team, led by its Jewish-American captain Aly Raisman, won the Olympic gold medal in Rio.
Egyptian judoka Islam El Shahaby was booed by spectators for refusing to shake the hand of Israeli judoka Or Sasson.
Kenyan-born marathoner Lonah Chemtai is expected to compete for Israel at the Olympics Games in Rio next month after gaining a last minute approval.
If Harvard upsets North Carolina in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Zach Yoshor will be with the Crimson for their next game two days later.
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