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(Reuters) - World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont says player welfare is the number one priority at every level of the sport after a group of former players claimed negligence over head injuries suffered during their careers.
LONDON (Reuters) - Academics from three UK universities have called for a ban on tackling in rugby among school-aged children after a group of professional players claimed the sport had left them with serious concussion-related health problems.
(Reuters) - Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says there are no regrets at Stamford Bridge over the decision to release Declan Rice as a teenager after the midfielder joined West Ham United and emerged as a key player.
PETALING JAYA: For sporting greats, knowing when to quit is the hardest challenge of all – but bowling queen Shalin Zulkifli knows it’s time.
SOUTHAMPTON, England (Reuters) - Southampton coach Ralph Hasenhuttl shed tears of joy and collapsed to his knees at the final whistle after an early Danny Ings strike secured the Saints a shock 1-0 Premier League win over champions Liverpool on Monday.
KUALA LUMPUR: It looks like the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) will have to seek a new chief executive officer for the Academy Badminton Malaysia (ABM).
(Reuters) - Manchester City welcomed Club Bolivar into the growing City Football Group (CFG) family, announcing the Bolivian giants as their first partner club on Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR: National Sports Institute (NSI) are going full force to beef up safety measures after three of their officials, who are involved in the quarantine-based centralised training camps, were tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - England coach Chris Silverwood says the team must stick to implementing the basics well if they are to win a fifth away test in a row for the first time in more than a century and clinch a sweep of the series in Sri Lanka.