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LONDON (Reuters) - Williams driver George Russell took his fourth successive virtual Formula One victory on Sunday in the last race before the real season starts in Austria next month.
TAG Heuer, the Swiss luxury watch brand, continues to build on the success of the new TAG Heuer Connected, with additions to its line of elegantly crafted timepieces geared towards performance.
A MONTH and a half or so after golf clubs reopened in the Covid-19 era, TeeUp spoke to Anil “Sanjay” Kumar of VK (Golf) Enterprise on what he thought about the current situation and what the future might hold – with a specific viewpoint from “stand alone” retailers.
(Reuters) - For a tennis player who failed to win even one singles title on the WTA Tour, the frenzy surrounding Anna Kournikova's relatively short career is still unparalleled.
LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester City defender Aymeric Laporte and AC Milan's Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma will be up against eight regular Formula One drivers in the sport's penultimate virtual grand prix on Sunday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The government's decision to give the green light for top-level competitive sport in England from Monday has been welcomed by the British Horseracing Authority which says livelihoods in the multi-billion pound industry are threatened.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Premier League's planned restart on June 17 received a further boost on Saturday when the latest batch of novel coronavirus tests produced no positive results.
LONDON (Reuters) - After a near three-month shutdown, elite competitive sport in England can resume from Monday behind closed doors provided strict conditions are met, the government said on Saturday.
BERN (Reuters) - European football will continue its cautious return to play following the COVID-19 stoppage over the next week as a number of the continent's smaller leagues restart with some novelties and one team in serious trouble for breaking coronavirus rules.
LONDON (Reuters) - Soccer players will be able to tackle in close-contact training, and boxers spar with partners, in the next step towards Britain's elite athletes returning to live sport after the COVID-19 lockdown, guidance published on Monday said.