The first round of NBA playoffs is summarized, London shows support for Boston Marathon, and the traditional Finnish Wife Carrying Competition is starting soon.
Trey Burke is leaving for the NBA, the Braves are off to a great start in the MLB, Adam Scott wins the Masters, and the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing need continued prayer.
UConn and Louisville win college basketball women’s and men’s national championships respectively, the Upton brothers make history, and Eric Abidal returns to professional football.
Justin Verlander becomes the highest paid pitcher in history, and the NCAA basketball tournament continues on April 6.
Professor Jeffrey Bergen determines the outrageously improbable chance of a perfect NCAA bracket, soccer club Beitar faces cultural prejudices, U.S. Men’s team wins silver medal in 2013 World Cross Country Championship, and the Miami Heat continues to make comebacks resulting in 27 consecutive victories.
Gonzaga reaches No. 1 spot in AP coaches poll, Joe Flacco signs a new contract with Ravens, and Fauja Singh retires from public racing at age 101.
Marquise Goodwin runs 40-yard dash in 4.27 seconds, Blackhawks win first 19 games in regulation, Tina Maze takes World Cup title, and Miami Hurricanes win 14 straight games and move to No. 2.
Oilers set record and beat Avalanche, Oscar Pistorius charged with murder, Marcel Hirscher wins gold is men’s slalom, and Victoria Azarenka wins Qatar WTA Ladies Open.
Ravens win Super Bowl XLVII, Cristiano Ronaldo scores an own goal, Pittsburg Penguins top the Washington Capitals, and young Mary Cain sets a new 2-mile high school record.
Washington Wizards begin redeeming themselves, hurdler Lolo Jones wins gold in bobsledding, five men break 2:05 in same marathon, and Novak Djokovic becomes first man to win three straight Australia Open titles.