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MANAMA (Reuters) - Formula One driver Romain Grosjean relived Sunday's horrific Bahrain Grand Prix crash, where his Haas car penetrated a metal barrier and split in two, in a video news conference on Friday. This, in his own words, is how he escaped the fireball.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - The One-Day International series between South Africa and England will start in Paarl on Sunday after the host's squad returned a full set of negative results in their latest round of coronavirus testing, officials have confirmed.
MANAMA (Reuters) - Romain Grosjean will miss the Formula One season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, with the Frenchman flying to Switzerland to continue his recovery from injuries sustained in a fiery crash at last week's Bahrain Grand Prix.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - England's cricketers hoped rounds of golf would ease the stress of long periods within a bio-secure bubble but after the One-Day series in South Africa was postponed organisers are taking a fresh look at the impact of COVID-19 protocols on players' mental health.
(Reuters) - Italians knew him affectionately as "Pablito". In Brazil, he was known as the executioner.
(Reuters) - Istanbul Basaksehir assistant coach Pierre Webo, who was subjected to an alleged racist comment by the fourth official that led to Paris St Germain and his team walking off the pitch, said Dec. 8 would be remembered in the fight against racism.
(Reuters) - Italian Diego Ulissi is taking a break from cycling after being diagnosed with myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle, his UAE Team Emirates said on Monday.
PETALING JAYA: He’s a Selangor and Kuala Lumpur legend once dubbed the new Mokhtar Dahari for his goal-scoring prowess, pace and dazzling skills.
(Reuters) - A doctor looking into possible links between football and dementia has said England's World Cup winning midfielder Nobby Stiles, who died aged 78 in October, suffered severe brain damage from repeatedly heading the ball.
(Reuters) - A group of former soccer players and managers have sent letters to the government asking for another review into the links between heading the ball and dementia, British media reported.