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LONDON (Reuters) -
The vagaries of coaching in Africa are well illustrated by the fact that only one of the 16 coaches at the African Nations Cup starting tomorrow was in charge of his team in the last tournament two years ago.
ST PETERSBURG (Reuters) - The physical threat of a target-man striker has become something of an endangered species in modern football but Russia's Artem Dzyuba offered a reminder, in Tuesday's 3-1 World Cup win over Egypt, that there is still value in the big man up-front.
MADRID (Reuters) - Cristiano Ronaldo was described as a different species and even earned praise from basketball great LeBron James after his jaw-dropping bicycle kick in Real Madrid's 3-0 win at Juventus which likely sealed their place in the Champions League semi-finals.
THE R & A, the world governing body outside of the US and Mexico, has agreed a new partnership with the RSPB to address wildlife conservation and the management of natural habitats at golf courses throughout the UK.
MIYAZAKI, Japan (Reuters) - As "cool" sports such as surfing, skateboarding and climbing prepare to make their Olympic debut in Tokyo, the president of surfing's governing body has told Reuters that more traditional sports must adapt or face being dropped from the Games.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton spoke out about the 'messed up' state of the planet on Tuesday and said his life had no meaning until he went vegan.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Five months before the first Formula 1 race in the Netherlands since 1985, organisers have finally started the elaborate renovation of their picturesque, but outdated, circuit in the sandy dunes of Zandvoort.