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The games we watched played a substantial role in fostering a return to normalcy after 9/11. In the decade since the attack, with two wars still raging, sports still provide comfort—but they have also inspired,...
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The world chess championship between Garry Kasparov (left) and challenger Viswanathan Anand got started at New York's World Trade Center without either player getting a victory in the first four games.