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(Reuters) - Italian cyclist Matteo Trentin has said riders should spend less time on TikTok and be proactive in making the sport safer following claims that they were not informed of or involved in the decision to ban the 'super tuck' position.
(Reuters) - The UK government on Wednesday welcomed new measures introduced by Instagram to tackle online abuse in the wake of racist messages aimed at soccer players, but called for more action to be taken to stamp out the problem.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Making the Olympics safe from coronavirus will be difficult for Tokyo without stiff quarantine measures that will also inspire athletes and spectators with the confidence to attend events, Australia's top tennis official said on Wednesday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Long lines to enter stadiums and queuing for food and drink will fade away as live sports and entertainment events around the world emerge from the pandemic, Australia's top tennis boss said.
(Reuters) - Salary caps for League One and League Two clubs, representing the third and fourth tiers of English football, have been withdrawn following a decision by an independent arbitration panel, the players' union (PFA) said on Tuesday.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese Super League side Shandong Luneng have said they have taken "emergency measures" to try to reverse their expulsion from this year's Asian Champions League.
TOKYO (Reuters) - When the head of Tokyo's Olympic organising committee said women talked too much at board meetings, a storm of criticism erupted in Japan, with top athletes and cabinet ministers condemning his remarks as sexist and archaic.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Tennis fans wearing masks filtered into Melbourne Park on Monday for the start of the Australian Open, this year's first Grand Slam event, as the host city recorded one new locally transmitted case of the novel coronavirus.
TAMPA, Fla. (Reuters) - Mask-clad fans streamed into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' stadium on Super Bowl Sunday for the NFL's championship game, as the limited crowd of attendees largely observed COVID-19 health and safety restrictions.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - After a three-week delay, a massive logistical mission and a handful of health scares, a very different Australian Open gets underway on Monday with pandemic protocols providing a backdrop of caution to the action on court.