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Tim Lemke

Tim Lemke

Articles by Tim Lemke

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THE BEST OF THE WEEKEND: Hall of Fame induction ceremonies Published July 25, 2008

Kastles built for fun

On Tennis: One of D.C.'s more entertaining diversions. Published July 24, 2008

Not out of commission

With a baseball team and a stadium now in place, the D.C. Sports Commission is faced with a question: What next? Published July 23, 2008

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Top five British Open performances. Published July 18, 2008

Huet making an early return

The Washington Capitals will make their 2008-2009 home debut against another young team on the rise, hosting the Chicago Blackhawks in the season's first game at Verizon Center. Published July 17, 2008

A promotion commotion

SportsBiz: UFC, Affliction airing bouts simultaneously Saturday. Published July 16, 2008

Aging McEnroe is still rocking tennis

In 1981, John McEnroe defeated Bjorn Borg to break the Swede's streak of five consecutive Wimbledon titles. It also was the year the Rolling Stones embarked on a massive U.S. tour, at least according to the faded, vintage T-shirt McEnroe wore Tuesday along with his stone-washed jeans and Chuck Taylor shoes. Published July 16, 2008

Still midsummer, less classic

Baseball's Midsummer Classic has lost its luster over the years, but Tuesday night's All-Star Game in New York is expected to restore some buzz. Published July 11, 2008

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See Chase Utley again before he ruins his swing in the Home Run Derby. Published July 11, 2008

At core, it’s pitching

Sports Biz: Contenders should buy pitching over position players. Published July 9, 2008

Williams fails to will Kastles to home win

The Washington Kastles, despite the involvement of eight-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams, fell short against the Boston Lobsters 22-19 in their home debut. Published July 9, 2008

A quick return

Serena Williams had just lost to her sister in the finals at Wimbledon, and she did not appear to take it well. Published July 8, 2008

On Tennis: A final for the ages

The annals of tennis history are filled with matches that promised a full-course meal but delivered nothing more than crumbs. But Sunday's men's Wimbledon final was a belt-busting, epic buffet that lacked absolutely nothing. Published July 7, 2008

Schooled by Tiger

Thousands of students have streamed through the 35,000-square-foot facility that serves as the flagship institution for the Tiger Woods Foundation. Published June 30, 2008