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PARIS (Reuters) - With the Diamond League finals cancelled amid the COVID-19 crisis, organisers of next week's innovation-driven Inspiration Games see the one-day event as a way to bring top athletes from across the globe together.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's government said on Thursday it would halt public funding for the body organising next year's America's Cup pending the outcome of an investigation into "financial and structural matters".
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - America's Cup holders Team New Zealand (TNZ) said on Wednesday they had asked police to investigate an alleged email scam after transferring money to a fraudulent Hungarian bank account.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Team New Zealand have blamed "informants" for spreading "highly defamatory and inaccurate" allegations about the body organising their America's Cup defence, triggering government questions over "financial and structural matters".
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Women's cricket needs better marketing and investment to grow, and not "dubious" innovations like a shorter pitch or smaller boundaries, said India pace bowler Shikha Pandey on Twitter.
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PETALING JAYA: The results are out and Naruphon Wild Putsorn can’t wait to go ‘wild’ when the Super League season resumes.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Premier League returns in empty stadiums on Wednesday after months of COVID-19 lockdown but digital health passports could help get soccer fans back through the turnstiles, according to the company carrying out tests for the league.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - New Zealand captain Sophie Devine has recommended using a smaller ball to make women's cricket more attractive, while India's Jemimah Rodrigues believes a shorter pitch is another innovation worth exploring.
PETALING JAYA: Wushu exponent Tan Cheong Min is not putting her feet up although there is no competition this year.