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PARIS (Reuters) - France were highly fancied to claim their first Six Nations title since 2010 before the championship started yet they ended it physically and mentally drained following a 27-23 loss to Scotland on Friday.
(Reuters) - The Olympics could take climbing to new heights says Alex Honnold who might have had winning a gold medal as his goal growing up instead of an historic free solo climb up El Capitan if the sport had been part of the Summer Games.
PETALING JAYA: Datuk Tey Seu Bock did not get to watch Lee Zii Jia’s match because of food poisoning.
THE senior Lee has left the scene. And the junior fellow has taken centrestage.A friend said this, almost in jest, after 22-year-old Lee Zii Jia pulled off a spectacular show to dethrone defending champion Viktor Axelsen of Denmark 30-29,20-22,21-9 in the All-England men’s singles final at the Arena Birmingham on Sunday to end a four-year title wait for Malaysia.
LONDON (Reuters) - World Athletics is launching an innovative plan asking for everyone connected to and interested in the sport to play a part in moulding its long-term future via a massive worldwide survey.
PETALING JAYA: UiTM have had a rough start in the Super League but their captain Victor Nirennold believes they have what it takes to bounce back.
(Reuters) - Manchester City have launched their own digital fan token that will allow supporters around the world access to VIP rewards, club promotions, games as well as augmented reality-enabled features, the Premier League leaders announced on Friday.
(Reuters) - Kento Momota feared he would be unable to play badminton again after a road accident in Malaysia left him with serious injuries last year, but having returned to full fitness the world No.1 says he is gunning for gold at the Tokyo Olympics.
(Reuters) - Ireland flanker CJ Stander on Tuesday surprisingly announced that he would retire from all forms of rugby at the end of the season, just days after winning his 50th international cap.
(Reuters) - World Rugby has launched a new annual three-tier global women’s tournament that has been described as a "game-changer" that will create a more competitive international landscape and grow the Women’s Rugby World Cup from 12 to 16 teams.