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(Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) must give athletes some "clarity, transparency and flexibility" by postponing the Tokyo Games over the coronavirus pandemic, British athlete Guy Learmonth has said.
CHELTENHAM, England (Reuters) - In 1972, Meriel Tufnell became the first female rider in Britain to win an official horse race. It was also the first time female jockeys were allowed to race against men.
KUALA LUMPUR: Junior boys’ doubles shuttler Wan Arif Wan Junaidi dreams of emulating his idol, South Korea’s Lee Yong-dae, and based on his current form, he is on the right path.
TOKYO (Reuters) - With just over four months left to the July 24 opening of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, organizers say events will go ahead as planned. But the situation is fluid and filled with unknowns, experts say.
TOKYO (Reuters) - For weeks, Olympic organisers have relentlessly pushed a consistent message: The Summer Games in Tokyo will not be cancelled or postponed.
ATHENS (Reuters) - The owner of Greece's most successful soccer club Olympiakos and English Championship side Nottingham Forest said on Tuesday he had contracted the coronavirus.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's pugnacious wicketkeeper-batswoman Alyssa Healy has another claim for bragging rights in her famous cricketing family after starring in her team's fifth Women's Twenty20 World Cup triumph on Sunday.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank, seeking to strengthen its footing in Germany, is in talks to expand a business partnership with Frankfurt's soccer team Eintracht, a person with knowledge of the matter said on Sunday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - The Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix will go ahead on March 22 without fans due to the coronavirus crisis, a blow to the Gulf Arab state's important tourism sector.
Man City will be favourites to get the better of neighbours Man Utd in tomorrow’s derby.