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A Leeds Beckett University report revealed no female coach has been on a senior British Olympics programme team at a major international event for more than 10 years
(Reuters) - Kenya's Beatrice Chepkoech broke the 5 kilometres world record on Sunday, finishing in a time of 14 minutes 43 seconds round the streets of Monaco to clip one second off the old mark.
CORTINA D'AMPEZZO, Italy (Reuters) - Corinne Suter continued Switzerland's golden start to the Alpine skiing world championships on Saturday by winning her country's first women's downhill title in 32 years.
(Reuters) - It would be better to compete in an empty stadium at the Tokyo Olympics than one where spectators would be forced to sit in silence, American 200 meters world champion Noah Lyles said on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Football fortune is fickle, players come and go, but Brentford hope sticking to their tried and trusted formula is the best bet of returning to the top flight for the first time in 74 years.
(Reuters) - Ethiopia's Gudaf Tsegay smashed the world indoor 1500m record by over two seconds in Lievin, France on Tuesday, beating Laura Muir, who became the first British woman to break the four-minute barrier when finishing second.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Tennis is the most popular sport among Australian women, a new Nielsen FanLinks survey has revealed ahead of the country's Grand Slam, but lags behind the indigenous football code and cricket in the overall population.
(Reuters) - With Olympics officials reiterating their commitment to holding the Tokyo Games this year despite the COVID-19 pandemic, several sports will soon resume qualifying for athletes with less than six months to go.
(Reuters) - Kenyan distance runner James Kibet has been handed a four-year ban for anti-doping violations, the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) said on Friday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Olympic officials on Wednesday unveiled the first of many COVID-19 rules for the Tokyo Games this summer, starting by banning singing and chanting during events and mandating event participants to wear masks at "all times" except when eating, sleeping or outdoors.