1. I’ve been cooped up writing more than photographing this month - here’s my latest for TIME, a quick guide to watching Olympic curling.

     
  2. Squash tournament at Grand Central Terminal.

     
  3. Softball in Central Park.

     
  4. Softball in Central Park (this was a hit).

     
  5. Pétanque at Bryant Park. A French game often played in teams, the object is to throw metal balls (“boules”) as close as possible to a smaller wooden ball.

     
  6. Spotted in the Time-Life building: Muhammad Ali’s gloves. #sports #boxing #thegreatest #nyc (at Time Life)

     
  7. Table tennis pros duke it out in Bryant Park.

     
  8. This is the smartest hockey goal you’ll see all year. Flawless execution.

     
     
  9. siphotos:

    In this week’s SI, Jason Collins comes out of the closet as the first openly gay player in a major American team sport. (Kwaku Alston/SI)

    LIDZ: Jason Collins explains why he came out of closet

    This is an incredible day for professional sports. Kudos, Jason Collins.

     
  10. nyrangershockey:

    Rangers clinch a playoff spot!!

    Whooooo!