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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Cricket great Kapil Dev, who captained India to their 1983 World Cup triumph, is stable after undergoing an emergency coronary angioplasty having suffered chest pain, according to a hospital statement on Friday.
(Reuters) - Competitors for the Giro d'Italia lined up for the 19th stage as planned on Friday but then hopped on team buses after organisers agreed to shorten the route due to bad weather.
(Reuters) - Wasps head coach Lee Blackett said 11 of his players are unavailable for Saturday's English Premiership final against Exeter Chiefs because of COVID-19 concerns.
KUALA LUMPUR: What a sad end to shuttler Ong Ken Yon’s aspiration to play in his first World Junior Championships.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Cricket Australia have been given the all clear for the India squad to quarantine in Sydney ahead of their blockbuster test series around the New Year, the Sydney Morning Herald reported on Thursday.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The cancellation of the 2020 badminton junior world championships in Auckland highlighted the complexities of trying to organise sporting events during the COVID-19 pandemic, Badminton New Zealand's chief executive said on Thursday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Fears that the COVID-19 pandemic might have a dire impact on women's sport in Australia have eased in recent months and on Thursday 120 of the world's best cricketers were gathered in Sydney for the 2020 Women's Big Bash League.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Football Federation Australia (FFA) said on Thursday it has called off a training camp in Europe and scrapped plans for matches against England and the United States in London next month due to the worsening COVID-19 crisis on the continent.
(Reuters) - Rory McIlroy has missed the fans and, hours after Australian Adam Scott was forced to withdraw from the Zozo Championship because of a positive COVID-19 test on Wednesday, said he was ready to see them back out on the course.
BERN (Reuters) - FC Basel were told they could only have 1,000 fans at home matches on Wednesday while FC Sion were ordered to play behind closed doors as local authorities in Switzerland cut crowd limits at soccer matches amid a surge in COVID-19 cases.