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KUWAIT (Reuters) - Bitter neighbours Qatar and Saudi Arabia will battle for the hosting rights for the 2030 Asian Games after the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) announced receiving bids from Doha and Riyadh on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Karate Combat, a league devoted to showcasing the ancient martial art, said it is hoping to take advantage of the stalled sports calendar to premiere its prerecorded second season, which blends real fighting with video game settings.
LONDON (Reuters) - Cycling's governing body the UCI has signed the United Nations Sports for Climate Action Framework as it continues its push to became one of the world's most environmentally friendly sports.
LONDON (Reuters) - U.S.-based Andretti Autosport has signed up as the sixth team to race in Extreme E next year, the electric off-road SUV racing series announced on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal will provide more than 30,000 free meals as well as sanitary and personal hygiene products to vulnerable people in the local community as part of a response plan to the coronavirus pandemic, the Premier League club said on Friday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Desperate to avoid the loss of entire seasons to the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia's top two winter sports codes are exploring ways of getting action underway as early as May with teams cloistered in quarantined bubbles.
IT’s a love affair that began with a flag some 18 years ago. A couple bought themselves a Jalur Gemilang and went to the velodrome in Manchester where they started shouting the hearts out for Josiah Ng.
PETALING JAYA: Reigning All-England women’s singles champion Tai Tzu-ying has been floored by a teenager. The shuttler is in quarantine after a young team member was tested positive for Covid-19, sparking concerns at all other participating teams.