Trinity’s transgender wrestler credits teammates for his state title

Mack Beggs came here to wrestle. And wrestle he did, manhandling four opponents over two days as he captured a Class 6A girls state championship Saturday.

The 110-pound gold medalist also captured something else: The attention of a nation increasingly polarized by transgender issues.

Beggs, a 17-year-old transgender boy from Euless Trinity High School, didn’t come to the state tournament seeking to carry the transgender torch, or to become a lightning rod, or to be the target of a lawsuit that could end his high school wrestling career. Go To Post...

Tennis: Karlovic in hospital with viral meningitis

Croatia’s Ivo Karlovic, surely understood for his thundering serves, is recuperating in doctor’s facility in Miami in the wake of being conceded with viral meningitis, his better half Alsi said.

In an announcement on the official ATP site (www.atpworldtour.com) she expelled reports that the 34-year-old had endured a stroke. Go To Post...

Kuznetsova opens Sydney defense with win, seeds withdraw

Svetlana Kuznetsova opened the resistance of her Sydney International title with an agreeable 6-1 6-4 triumph over Irina-Camelia Begu on Sunday as the Australian Open warm-up occasion endured a couple of enormous name withdrawals.

The Russian fifth seed began emphatically by winning 10 of the initial 11 diversions and after her Romanian rival aroused in the second set to tie it up at 4-4, Kuznetsova softened again up the ninth amusement and served out the triumph in 77 minutes. Go To Post...