Thursday, July 16, 2020
A federal judge has canceled New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension in the Deflategate controversy.
91-year-old Israeli long-distance runner Semion Simkin on Monday won the world championship for senior runners in Lyon, France.
When the Special Olympics ended, 40 Israeli athletes had scored 62 medals in a range of competitions that tested the athletes in individual and team events.
Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, a city known for its high Jewish population, has now opened its first glatt kosher food stand serving hot dogs.
A Shabbat meal at the European Maccabi Games has broken a Guinness World Record.
Soccer fans in Bulgaria attacked Israeli players and coaches during an exhibition match in Sofia.
Robert Kraft criticized the National Football League for suspending Patriots’ star quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of the upcoming season.
The Jewish state is enjoying something of an influx of NBA players, thanks to an initiative of pro-player Omri Casspi to fight the boycott Israel movement.
Omri Casspi will visit Israel this week with seven other NBA players in a tour organized by a foundation Casspi formed to fight the boycott Israel movement.
Major League Baseball has just drafted its first Israeli player.
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