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players from two opposing teams line up at line of scrimmage.

Hard chargers: All-Ivy first team linebacker Jordan Hill (55), the Crimson’s 147th captain, and defensive tackle Jacob Sykes (99) are mainstays on a defensive front seven that is rugged and deep.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Sports

Footballers shake off the rust from a long hiatus

8.6.21

Michael Lyon and son ride a bike next to a river.

Lyon rides on a special tandem bicycle with his son, Joshua.

Photograph courtesy of Michael J. Lyon

Michael J. Lyon pursues easy, affordable trips.

September-October 2021

players from two opposing teams line up at line of scrimmage.

Hard chargers: All-Ivy first team linebacker Jordan Hill (55), the Crimson’s 147th captain, and defensive tackle Jacob Sykes (99) are mainstays on a defensive front seven that is rugged and deep.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Footballers shake off the rust from a long hiatus

September-October 2021

Stephen Bourguet

Stephen Bourguet 

Photograph courtesy of Stephen Bourguet

Graduate student Stephen Bourguet has set his sights on running a personal best at the Boston Marathon in October.

7.6.21

Reviewing our best articles on exercise

6.30.21

Gabby Thomas winning the 200-meter run at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials.

Gabby Thomas celebrates after winning the final in the women's 200-meter run at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials Saturday, June 26, 2021, in Eugene, Ore.

Photograph by AP Photo/Ashley Landis

Thomas becomes the second-fastest woman ever in the 200-meter dash.

6.28.21

Photo of Bonnie Tsui standing on a pier

<p class="caption">For as long as she can remember, Bonnie Tsui has been drawn to the water: “that slide into lovely immersion, that spiraling weightlessness.”</p><p class="credit">Photograph by Lynsay Skiba</p>

In the swim with Bonnie Tsui

July-August 2021

Jason Rosenfeld delivers a presentation with microphone in hand

A statistical standout: Rosenfeld shares his fascination with analytics in classrooms, conference rooms, and conventions across the country.

Photograph courtesy of Jason Rosenfeld

Jason Rosenfeld ’12 traces his path to sports-statistics success.

July-August 2021

University leaders announce that full, in-person operations will resume, with continuing public-health protocols.

5.25.21

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