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(Reuters) - Players should stop heading the ball in training if research proves it leads to dementia when they are older, several Premier League managers have said since the topic came to the fore following the death of England's Nobby Stiles.
PETALING JAYA: With most sports at a standstill due to Covid-19, athletes are finding creative ways in pursuit of an adrenaline rush.
LONDON (Reuters) - Big-wave surfer Andrew Cotton is not keen on heights yet plummeting down the side of an 80ft Atlantic breaker feels like the most natural thing in the world to the Englishman.
EVERY year, the announcement on the budget for the Youth and Sports Ministry will draw different reactions but the one allocated in 2014 received a thunderous applause.The total amount breached the billion ringgit mark when it was increased from RM700mil to RM1bil.
PETALING JAYA: Independent shuttler Low Juan Shen has not given up on his life-long ambition to become an Olympian.
PETALING JAYA: National rhythmic gymnast Koi Sie Yan (pic) is drawing inspiration from the European regional meets to be ready for the internal competitions at the National Sports Council (NSC) in Bukit Jalil in December.
(Reuters) - A charity bout between former champions Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. next month is being billed as an exhibition but both boxers described it as war on Thursday, promising to hold nothing back even if they have to fight under women's rules.
PETALING: Malaysia have the potential to be one of the badminton powerhouses again in two years.
(Reuters) - Manchester City's Raheem Sterling said social media companies have the technology to tackle online abuse but questioned whether they have the will to do so.
PETALING JAYA: Women’s singles ace P. V. Sindhu has refuted claims that she left India’s national training camp in a huff and headed to United Kingdom because of a rift in her family.