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(Reuters) - Hertha Berlin have sacked former Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann from his role on their supervisory board after he sent a racist message to television pundit Dennis Aogo, the Bundesliga club said on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - An early contender for the most uplifting sporting story of the year is Sam Simmonds' selection for the British and Irish Lions after his international career had been frustratingly stymied by the blinkered vision of England coach Eddie Jones.
PETALING JAYA: It’s thumbs up to Tokyo for successfully hosting the Diving World Cup under strict Covid-19 counter measures.
(Reuters) - Irish MMA fighter Conor McGregor was the world's highest-paid athlete over the last year ahead of soccer players Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the annual Forbes http://www.forbes.com list released on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Burnley have handed trials for their academy to two players this week after the pair were scouted on talent identification platform AiSCOUT using artificial intelligence, the Premier League club said on Monday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi faces a prompt punishment of 50 push-ups when he joins the national team squad for the European Championship at the end of the month.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury vowed to run Deontay Wilder down while the challenger said blood will be shed as the fighters came face-to-face in an odd press conference ahead of their July 24 trilogy fight in Las Vegas.
LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland defender Kieran Tierney is fit and available to start against England on Friday, manager Steve Clarke said ahead of a crucial match at Wembley that could make or break Scottish hopes at Euro 2020.
(Reuters) - Suzuki's Spanish MotoGP rider Alex Rins revealed on Thursday the injury that ruled him out of his home Catalan grand prix this month was caused by riding his bicycle into a van while messaging on a mobile phone.
LONDON (Reuters) - It may rain, umbrellas being as much a feature of the English summer as striped jackets and strawberries and cream, but the return of Wimbledon will put a spring in the step of tennis fans whatever the weather.