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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Rugby Australia (RA) chief executive Andy Marinos said he was surprised by news that the 2021 British and Irish Lions' tour to South Africa will go ahead as planned and was cool on the idea of the Wallabies also travelling there to play tests.
LONDON (Reuters) - The 2021 British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa will go ahead as planned after officials said on Tuesday that they had dismissed the idea of staging the series in the United Kingdom and were now looking at only one option.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo Olympics creative head Hiroshi Sasaki said he has resigned after making a derogatory comment about a popular female Japanese entertainer, in the latest controversy over insensitive remarks towards women to hit Games organisers.
(Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee on Friday unanimously approved a set of 15 reforms it hopes will again turn the Olympics into an attractive prospect for fans, cities and sponsors through reduced cost, an increased digital presence and new revenues streams.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese athletes at the Summer Olympics will not be eligible for coronavirus vaccinations offered by China since Japan has not approved the vaccines, Olympics Minister Tamayo Marukawa said on Friday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Any clubs that get involved in organising a breakaway European Super League should be kicked out of the game, the head of the European Leagues body Lars Christer Olsson said on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Lawrence Stroll is new to Formula One team ownership but when he says he is in it to win it with Aston Martin, and believes he can, he speaks as someone who has been around the sport for decades.
LONDON (Reuters) - James Bond said he was thrilled and seven-times Super Bowl champion Tom Brady threw in support from afar as Aston Martin showed off their first Formula One car in 61 years on Wednesday.
THE Professional Golf Association Malaysia (PGAM) has a new hierarchy that aims to turn around the fortunes of the organsiation and put it on an even keel.