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(Reuters) - England's Euros journey might have ended in heartbreak but the Three Lions' run to the final spurred a boom in sales of replica soccer shirts, a leading British sporting goods retailer said on Monday.
LONDON: It all ended in a familiar consoling embrace for Gareth Southgate. Wrapping his arms around Bukayo Saka, the England coach felt the teenager’s anguish.
PAU, France (Reuters) -French prosecutors have opened a preliminary investigation into doping allegations against Tour de France cycling team Bahrain Victorious after police searched the outfit's accommodation and bus on Wednesday following the 17th stage of the race.
PAU, France (Reuters) - French prosecutors have opened a preliminary investigation into doping allegations against Tour de France cycling team Bahrain Victorious after police searched the outfit's accommodation and bus on Wednesday following the 17th stage of the race.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur signed goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini from Serie A team Atalanta on a season-long loan, the Premier League side said on Saturday, making him new boss Nuno Espirito Santo's first signing.
(Reuters) - John Terry has left his role as Aston Villa assistant head coach in the hope of becoming a manager elsewhere, the Premier League side announced on Monday as the former England international ended his four-year association with the club.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia midfielder Brendan Gan is bracing himself for the toughest battle of his life against testicular cancer.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Having collected two silver medals in the individual events, Britain can further cement their place as the most successful country in Olympic triathlon history by winning the Games' first-ever mixed relay event on Saturday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Olympic Games has the power to catapult athletes from obscurity to the front pages and prime-time television and yet, ensconced in their bubble in Tokyo, it can sometimes be hard for them to take in the enormity of their achievements.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Some Australian athletes caused damage to their Tokyo Olympics athletes' village rooms before departing while the team's mascots -- an emu and a kangaroo -- went missing but have since returned, team chief Ian Chesterman said on Tuesday.