Talya Minsberg

Talya Minsberg

@tminsberg

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Assistant Editor of Strategy @nytsports. Runner + surfer with an insatiable sweet tooth. Say hi! talya.minsberg@nytimes.com

Brooklyn via MN
Joined on November 04, 2008
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Surfing has arrived at the Olympics. Here's what to watch for: https://t.co/ykiTVWOWt8

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Olympic runner @emily_infeld was 28 and training for a second #OlympicGames when a man saw her on the internet and became obsessed in 2018. For three years, she lived in fear and often in hiding. @pinepaula and I spent four months investigating the story: https://t.co/0Z2O6myqwA

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Quoted @oskargarcia

This could be the moment @NYTSports regrets hiring me and @tminsberg and sending us to the Olympics https://t.co/EbVCEyf4D5 https://t.co/V2rF4JtxxM

This could be the moment @NYTSports regrets hiring me and @tminsberg and sending us to the Olympics https://t.co/EbVCEyf4D5 https://t.co/V2rF4JtxxM

YO LISTEN UP HERE'S THE STORY (we're journalists) https://t.co/AvpURG2101

I had to try. 

Follow our live coverage from the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony: https://t.co/yNZTpHpDtf https://t.co/cXRLUBiOhs

I had to try. Follow our live coverage from the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony: https://t.co/yNZTpHpDtf https://t.co/cXRLUBiOhs

This is free and happening in a few hours, and I'm pretty sure you'll find it interesting and informative -- and that's just my interview with US skateboarders Jordyn Barratt and Zion Wright, plus Adam Ondra and Carissa Moore. Be cool. RSVP. https://t.co/b3CiYtcjxm

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The Olympics are reaching gender equality for the first time. The headline rolls of the tongue during an Olympics otherwise characterized by high anxiety. But the view from 10,000 feet tells a much different story: https://t.co/gpCxJw7s8s

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Leo Baker put questions about his gender identity on hold as his skateboarding career soared. In Feb. 2020, he decided to resign from the U.S. women’s Olympic team. "I couldn’t keep putting myself on hold," Baker writes. https://t.co/2PHxyUXVx6

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The only fans in the stadium ... reminiscent of Zoom squares much? 

(This was a prerecorded clip, not live) https://t.co/aNZMxAXKQw

The only fans in the stadium ... reminiscent of Zoom squares much? (This was a prerecorded clip, not live) https://t.co/aNZMxAXKQw

How quiet is quiet? 

You can hear the Swedish players and U.S. players shouting on the field, even with the piped in crowd noise. 

Live coverage from Tokyo: https://t.co/rmHtNoSdqz https://t.co/ZNDyhfXaSx

How quiet is quiet? You can hear the Swedish players and U.S. players shouting on the field, even with the piped in crowd noise. Live coverage from Tokyo: https://t.co/rmHtNoSdqz https://t.co/ZNDyhfXaSx

We're days away from the 2020 Olympics Opening Ceremony (yes, 2020.)

What should you expect? We'll give you a sneak peak from Tokyo in this @nyimes live event.

Plus, hear from competitors from some of the new sports debuting at this Olympics:
https://t.co/7O3yhv3Pmo https://t.co/KxUrEFTBYr

We're days away from the 2020 Olympics Opening Ceremony (yes, 2020.) What should you expect? We'll give you a sneak peak from Tokyo in this @nyimes live event. Plus, hear from competitors from some of the new sports debuting at this Olympics: https://t.co/7O3yhv3Pmo https://t.co/KxUrEFTBYr

What is it like getting to Tokyo for the Olympics? A maze of prepared documents, small pieces of paper given to you by Japanese authorities, QR codes, oh and your passport. Don't drop any and you win! [entry to Japan, more documents, apps, QR codes.] https://t.co/DEEtSEWCdF

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@nytimes Can confirm we are all wearing pants. And masks.

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Today is the first day I'm working IRL with many of my @nytimes colleagues since ... March 2020. We're not in Midtown Manhattan. We're in Tokyo covering the Olympics: https://t.co/MFN7VCDtCA

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Higdon oozes enthusiasm for the sport, and his whole family couldn't be more proud and supportive. While the website has become a family business, they make one thing clear: It's Hal chatting with everyone on Facebook and Twitter. https://t.co/PREUqnFpgc

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Hal Higdon, 90, has long worked to democratize running. He treats each runner like his grandchildren, his family says: https://t.co/kzTyltQf2A

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@NYTSports Also, meet 74-year-old trail runner Eric Spector. He wants to run Western States again ... hopefully by the time he's 80. Not subscribed? https://t.co/pyUihn2va3

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In this week's @NYTSports newsletter: Ultramarathons may be the ultimate endurance leveling ground. Half of the top 30 finishers at this year’s Western States 100-mile race were women. What happened a https://t.co/lxxN7qOC5m

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It's surely going to be one of the more ... eyebrow raising Games as athletes figure out how to pull off their Olympic dreams. And today, plans were changed (again) when Japan's Olympics minister announced the Games will be held without spectators. https://t.co/M9OGaq2p1D

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I had to read this a few times: As Fiji battles one of the fastest-growing coronavirus outbreaks in the world, the Pacific Island’s Olympic team boarded a freight plane *full of fish* to Tokyo. https://t.co/8fxpjSabYL

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