I’ve written before about the increasing U.S. use of sport rather than the traditional sports. National Public Radio’s Frank Deford tends to alternate the two in his weekly commentaries. But this headline from today’s New York Times would appear to herald a new level of acceptance for the singular form.
AbbreviationsOED=Oxford English Dictionary AmE=American English BrE=British English
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