I can’t find any curling, though I’ve updated the U.S. power rankings for men and women.
It’s not biathlon season yet. I couldn’t find anything on the Beach Volleyball World Tour.
But we press forward. All times ET.
Thursday, Sept. 15
Europa League Soccer: Panathinaikos vs. Ajax, ESPN3. In case the options on FS1 and FS2 aren’t quite enough for you. 2:55 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 17
Cricket: Surrey vs. Warwickshire, ESPN3. This is the final of the Royal London One-Day Cup, which is not to be confused with Twenty20 (shorter) or the traditional county championship (longer). 5: 30 a.m.
Rugby: South Africa vs. New Zealand, ESPN3. The second half of the Rugby Championship double round-robin kicks off. New Zealand has a pretty wide lead in the standings. 3:35 a.m., followed by Argentina vs. Australia, ESPN3, 6:05 a.m.
Triathlon: Women’s World Triathlon Series Grand Final, Olympic Channel. The last race of the season-long world championship series, with dominant American Gwen Jorgensen actually trailing in the standings after skipping a couple of earlier races. 4:30 p.m.
NWSL Soccer: Boston vs. Western New York, YouTube. The visiting Flash just need a point to clinch a playoff spot. 7 p.m.
NASL Soccer: Indy Eleven vs. Miami FC, ESPN3. Two of the more ambitious clubs — one building a solid infrastructure, the other paying a ton of money to sign journeyman players — face off with third place on the line. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 18
Triathlon: Men’s World Triathlon Series Grand Final, Olympic Channel. Spain’s Mario Mola leads Britain’s Jonathan Brownlee. 4 p.m.
Paralympics: NBCSN will have a few hours a day, and NBC will pick up some action on the final day Sept. 18. Want more? Check TeamUSA.org and enjoy. Note the twice-daily highlight shows.
World Cup of Hockey: ESPN3 brings plenty of action from the sort-of national teams: USA, Russia, North America, Europe, Sweden …
And your sources for complete listings: