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BAKU (Reuters) - The European Games is providing non-Olympic disciplines such as karate the platform to flourish and showcase its viability as a potential event for Tokyo 2020, Baku 2015 chief operating officer Simon Clegg said on Tuesday.
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Swiss authorities investigating whether there was corruption in the awarding of World Cup hosting rights to Russia and Qatar are finding that a report produced by U.S. lawyer Michael Garcia at the end of an internal FIFA inquiry is of little value to their probe, according to a source close to investigations into the soccer governing body.
(Reuters) - Chip Shop is a popular spot for Brooklyn football fans, but the restaurant was nevertheless stunned by the crowd that turned out on Monday night to watch the United States women's team make its 2015 World Cup debut against Australia.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Sepp Blatter, president of the world football governing body FIFA that is embroiled in corruption investigations, will not travel to Canada for Sunday's final of the women's World Cup for personal reasons, his U.S.-based lawyer said on Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Standing 2.29 metres (7ft 6in) tall, Yao Ming has never been able to hide in the background. And now, as one of the front men of Beijing's bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, the former NBA star is again the centre of attention.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The British and Irish Lions will play two of their three tests against the All Blacks at Eden Park and meet all five of New Zealand's Super Rugby teams during their 2017 tour.
MADRID (Reuters) - The new president of the Spanish tennis federation (RFET) has fired the nation's first female Davis Cup captain, Gala Leon, two weeks before the Group I second-round tie away to Russia.