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(Reuters) - David Beckham, the former England soccer captain and now co-owner of Major League Soccer's Inter-Miami, is giving fans a chance to play a five-a-side charity match and raise funds to help feed those in need during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Wales captain Gareth Bale and his wife have donated 500,000 pounds ($615,900) to a Welsh health charity to help in the fight against coronavirus, he said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will join American football quarterbacks Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in a charity golf match next month, media company Turner Sports said on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - A career spent hurtling at speeds of 80mph down precipitous mountain slopes meant crashes, and serious injury, were part of life for American Alpine skiing great Lindsey Vonn.
(Reuters) - Hibernian will wear shirts with 'Thank You NHS' on the front to pay tribute to Britain's National Health Service in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic when next season does get underway, the Scottish Premiership club said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Eliud Kipchoge and Kenenisa Bekele should have spent this week finalising their preparations for the London Marathon but the two best distance runners in history are instead out alone on the trails of East Africa not knowing when they will race again.
BATH, England (Reuters) - Quadriplegic former professional rugby player Ed Jackson has scaled the height of Mount Everest by hauling himself up and down the stairs of his parents' house and raised more than 41,000 pounds ($50,647.30) for charity.
Television audiences though would welcome anything at the moment, given the devoid created by Covid-19.
(Reuters) - Tiger Woods promised that next month's made-for-TV match with Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will be an entertaining contest as the quartet try and raise funds for charities involved in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Crystal Palace's chefs will cook 900 meals a week for frontline healthcare workers and vulnerable families in south London during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Premier League club said on Monday.