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LONDON (Reuters) - Lando Norris has taken a voluntary pay cut while his McLaren team furlough staff in response to the COVID-19 pandemic but Britain's youngest ever Formula One driver is gaining in other ways from the sporting shutdown.
BURNLEY, England (Reuters) - Alastair Campbell, the former press chief of ex-British Prime Minister Tony Blair, says criticism of footballers has been unfair during the coronavirus pandemic, but the game's leaders needed to chart a better way of handling the crisis.
(Reuters) - The anti-coronavirus lockdown may have left plenty of Britons ready to scale their walls in frustration, but runner John Griffin has put his pent-up energy to better use - by climbing the height of Mount Everest up his staircase.
PARIS (Reuters) - St Etienne, whose French Cup final against Paris St Germain has been postponed due to the coronavirus, are closing in on reaching their goal of raising 80,000 euros by selling one-euro tickets for a "virtual game against COVID-19" at the Stade de France.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Olympic gold medallist Jan Frodeno completed a full Ironman triathlon in his home on Saturday to raise more than 200,000 euros (£269,147) for charity.
(Reuters) - Jenson Button won a 'Legends Trophy' esports race on Saturday with fellow retired Formula One world champion Jacques Villeneuve going from last to sixth on his virtual debut.
PETALING JAYA: National hockey midfielder Mohd Faid Farhadh Mohd Shah’s fear of not getting proper rehabilitation for his injuries because of the Coivid-19 pandemic was unfounded.
(Reuters) - Mass-participation events organisers have come together to launch a campaign to rescue British charities that are facing closure after the COVID-19 pandemic cancelled fund-raising events across the country.
LONDON (Reuters) - Charles Leclerc won his second successive Formula One esports race with victory in a virtual Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday, and then celebrated at home by cooking himself a plate of plain pasta.
LONDON (Reuters) - Jamie Chadwick raced McLaren's Lando Norris in the virtual world at the weekend but COVID-19 could put the brakes on hopes of her joining the Formula One driver on track at a real grand prix this season.