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LONDON (Reuters) - Grand National winning jockey Rachael Blackmore was described as an "inspiration" after becoming the first female to ride the winner at the world's most famous race on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Extreme E founder Alejandro Agag is thanking his lucky stars already as his new electric off-road racing series prepares to debut in the deserts of Saudi Arabia this weekend.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican wants all athletes heading to the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics to be vaccinated before end of May.
PETALING JAYA: It’s not easy to be the right coach for an athlete but Hendrawan seems to be the one with the Midas touch.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho said he had learnt to turn a deaf ear to the criticism of his coaching methods and that he remains "one of the most important managers" in the game.
LONDON (Reuters) - Rachael Blackmore's victory charge continued at the Cheltenham Festival on Thursday as the Irish jockey notched her fourth and fifth wins of a sensational week.
PETALING JAYA: Former national exponent C. Shahmalarani may be a mathematics whiz and an author of a book but she has not given up on her dream to become a karate star.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Sydney Olympics marathon gold medallist Naoko Takahashi and former Paralympic alpine skier Kuniko Obinata were among 12 women added to the Tokyo Olympics organising committee board on Wednesday, more than doubling the ratio of women on it to 42%.
PETALING JAYA: Petaling Jaya City winger Sunil Chandran (pic) is banking on his experience in England to put him in good stead in the Super League this season.
(Reuters) - World light-middleweight champion Claressa Shields has called for women's world title bouts to be the same length as men's fights, arguing that existing regulations strengthen the argument that women should be paid less.