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ROME (Reuters) - Italy's Serie A clubs voted in a favour of re-starting the season on June 13 during a general assembly on Wednesday, if the government allows.
PETALING JAYA: The Sepang International Circuit (SIC) is back in business, the first sports facility in the country to reopen.
(Reuters) - Scoring a try by grounding the ball against the post protector will no longer be possible after the World Rugby Council approved an amendment of the scoring law, rugby union's governing body said in a statement on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - The Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, will use high-tech radio frequency identification (RFID) chips in tournament badges to ensure social distancing is maintained at the July 16-19 PGA Tour event, Golf Digest reported on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The English Football Association (FA) plans to slash its annual budget by 75 million pounds ($93.20 million) to tackle a possible deficit of 300 million pounds over the next four years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's Marnus Labuschagne wants to enhance his power-hitting ability in one-day internationals as he seeks to establish himself as an all-format player, the 25-year-old said on Monday.
(Reuters) - The United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) warned on Wednesday that recurrent outbreaks of COVID-19 will make staging events more unpredictable while athletes will have to meet rigorous medical standards before returning to training.
(Reuters) - Qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic golf tournament will be extended to June 2021 to accommodate the year-long delay caused by the coronavirus outbreak, the International Golf Federation (IGF) said on Wednesday.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden manager Janne Andersson has got back in touch with his roots amid the country's lack of a strict coronavirus lockdown by visiting a training session in the Stockholm suburb of Husby where the national team's Robin Quaison honed his skills.
(Reuters) - The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) should consider a shortened County Championship season without overseas players for two years to offset the financial impact of the coronavirus outbreak, former England skipper Michael Vaughan said.