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(Reuters) - Having retained the America's Cup, New Zealand hopes to lock down the defence of the 'Auld Mug' in home waters amid reports the Royal Yacht Squadron, which represents Ben Ainslie's INEOS Team UK, has already been accepted as the Challenger of Record.
(Reuters) - Athletes representing New Zealand at the Tokyo Olympics later this year will be able to apply to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before they depart, the government said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - New Zealand hope a domestic Super Rugby-style tournament for the country's top youth players will pave the way to internationals against Australia and Pacific nations after cross-border competition at junior level was wiped out by COVID-19.
(Reuters) - Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton said he had spoken to Bahrain officials about human rights in the country after promising last year he would not let any abuses go unnoticed.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - An outbreak of COVID-19 in Australia's northern state of Queensland has forced Supercars organisers to postpone the Tasmania round of the motorsport championship.
(Reuters) - This year's Champions Cup and Challenge Cup finals will not be staged in Marseille due to the evolving public health situation in France, the tournament organisers' board said on Wednesday.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanian assistant referee Octavian Sovre's decision to ask Borussia Dormund striker Erling Haaland to autograph his yellow and red cards raised some eyebrows but the charity that is set to benefit from a cash boost is not complaining.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Dustin Johnson's quest to join an exclusive group of back-to-back Masters champions ended lamely when he bogeyed the final two holes and missed the halfway cut on Friday.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Eighty-seven years after a Canadian recorded a hole-in-one in the very first Masters, Corey Conners matched the feat during the third round at Augusta National on Saturday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia hopes to lure Masters winner Hideki Matsuyama to its national PGA Championship in Queensland in December as part of plans to revive its golfing calendar after the 2020/21 season was impacted by COVID-19.