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AIZU WAKAMATSU, Fukushima (Reuters) - The earth in Fukushima still trembled when Yoshihiro Miyamori drove in the dark towards his sake brewery. When he got back after midnight, he found smashed sake bottles and a crack in the wall of the building. It was March 11, 2011.
(Reuters) - Scotland's dropped flyhalf Finn Russell could return to the national side but he must learn to put the "best interests of the team" first and adhere to the high standards set by the squad, coach Gregor Townsend said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Former world number one Lee Westwood has a reputation for working hard and playing hard, but his celebration for winning the Abu Dhabi Championship on Sunday is unlikely to involve any alcohol.
DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar will begin sifting through fan feedback from the Club World Cup to see how it can provide supporters with a successful World Cup in 2022, but cultural differences will be a tricky challenge to surmount.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Rookie Otago Highlanders lock Manaaki Selby-Rickit has been suspended for four weeks by New Zealand Rugby after he was convicted last month for an incident that left another man with a broken jaw.
DOHA (Reuters) - There is a catchphrase that world soccer’s governing body FIFA frequently trots out when it discusses holding tournaments outside of the game’s traditional strongholds in Europe and South America -- “developing the game”.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The United States clawed back into contention at the Presidents Cup on Saturday by dominating the afternoon foursomes, but late scrambling by the Internationals secured a 10-8 lead heading into the final day at Royal Melbourne.
(Reuters) - FIFA's Club World Cup gets underway on Wednesday with hosts Qatar facing a major test of the country's ability to deal with an influx of foreign fans.
DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar will charter two cruise liners to help accommodate football fans during the 2022 World Cup, as the Gulf nation of about 2.7 million people looks for ways to host an expected 1 million visitors.