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TOKYO — Some 1,300 days ago, the veteran and the newcomer cemented their fledgling partnership by touching sloshing water bottles together in a toast on a beach. April Ross and Alix Klineman … more
Starting Friday, salmon fishing out of Westport will be open seven days a week. The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife made the announcement Tuesday that weeklong fishing would begin … more
TOKYO – Allyson Felix, running the last individual race of her storied Olympic career, won the bronze medal in the 400 meters on Friday at Olympic Stadium. Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas … more
TOKYO — It typically serves as a crowning achievement, a final opportunity to increase and celebrate an Olympic gold-medal haul. Not this year. Not for this U.S. men's track team. As the … more
Russia may be officially banned from the Olympics this year, but coverage of the Tokyo Games on state-sponsored TV is currently being investigated by the International Olympic Committee. Two of … more
TUKWILA — When Cristian Roldan mapped his 2021 soccer calendar — a stretch of time that would include international competitions for club and country — he said he was hyper-focused … more
RENTON — No player, team or position group in the NFL might have made a bigger about-face last season than the Seahawks defense. Through the first half, the Seahawks defense was not only the … more
RENTON — On a summer trip to Ireland in 2018, Alex Collins took a tour of the famed Cliffs of Moher. He got to the top of the cliffs and, naturally, he started to dance. "Being a male Irish … more
    When Spokane's Chris Kopczynski threw himself at some of the hardest mountain peaks in the late 1960s and '70s, he said he was "looked at as just another nut" participating in a … more
The quotes made the clubhouse seem as though it had just been hit by an 8.1 earthquake. "They don't care about winning," one Mariner said. "I've seen a lot of teammates walk out that door. But … more
The 2020-21 school year was a strange time for high school athletics in Washington. The coronavirus pandemic prevented sports from starting on time, pushing them back until late winter. There were … more
Breanna Stewart has it all figured out. She was a first-time Olympian in Rio at 21. The one-year delay in staging the Tokyo Games puts her at 26 now, and she'd be 29 at Paris in 2024. Doing the … more
TOKYO — Each time he introduced a beach volleyball partner to a friend, Patrick Powers used the same preface. "Hey," Powers would say, "here's my new ex-partner." It was a reminder that … more
      Wyatt Nef’s dream of a van started last winter. The soon-to-be senior at Toledo High School was in a physical education class with football teammate Brien … more
TOKYO — Jessica Springsteen approached the reporters lining a partition inside an interview area and glanced at the voice recorders piled onto three brown plastic trays in front of … more
CHIBA, Japan — At every turn during these Olympic Games, people are reminded to sanitize their hands. And no touching the hand-sanitizing station, please — just use the foot pedal. On … more
When Tenino’s soon-to-be senior Ashley Schow was approached by an assistant coach from Central Washington University’s women’s basketball team this spring, she hadn’t even … more
PETERSBURG, Fla. — Even though they'd been away from their old teams only since Saturday, the hugs and greetings seemed like they had been gone months if not years. Right-hander JT Chargois, … more
RENTON — On his first full day as a Seahawk, quarterback Sean Mannion mostly watched. But Seahawks coach Pete Carroll insisted that if Mannion had really been needed he could have run the … more
RENTON — The Seahawks will put on full pads for Tuesday's training camp practice at the VMAC for the first time since their last game — a desultory 30-20 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in … more
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