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(Reuters) - Italy's Renato Paratore maintained remarkable consistency to win the British Masters by three strokes, retaining his overnight lead and finishing at 18-under overall at Close House in Northumberland on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Britain's Andy Murray is still feeling "apprehensive" about travelling to New York for the U.S. Open amid the COVID-19 pandemic but the former world number one says he is mentally preparing for the Grand Slam.
PETALING JAYA: Former international A. Arul Selvaraj has been a national hockey stalwart for years, with 85 caps, but he has never played in the Olympics, only in the qualifiers.
LONDON (Reuters) - The mass participation London Marathon has been cancelled due to COVID-19 but an elite-only race, on a multi-lap, fan-free circuit and featuring Eliud Kipchoge and Kenenisa Bekele, will be held on Oct. 4, organisers said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Manchester United players Marcus Rashford and Jackie Groenen have won the PFA's Community Champion award for their social welfare activities and contribution to the club's foundation this season, the Premier League side announced on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) coach Benjamin Mora will not rush skipper Harris Harun’s return to the team.
PETALING JAYA: Marhan Jalil has warned teammates in the national hockey team not to expect club sentiments and favouritism from new national coach A. Arul Selvaraj.
(Reuters) - Zach Johnson, a 12-times winner on the PGA Tour who is known for his gracious demeanor and good sportsmanship, was named the recipient of the 2020 Payne Stewart Award on Wednesday.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The Singapore-registered company that says it is close to buying English soccer club Newcastle United admits it doctored photos of former U.S. President Barack Obama in marketing materials used to publicise the newly formed group.
(Reuters) - Scott Dixon likes to says he races for free and gets paid for all the other stuff drivers must do, such as interviews and schmoozing with sponsors, meaning this should have been the most enjoyable week ever for the New Zealander in the lead-up to an Indianapolis 500.