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LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland may not have won a Six Nations title this century and been rumbled out of the last World Cup at the first hurdle, but the selection of eight of their players for the British and Irish Lions will come as a major boost to rugby in the country.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Manchester United owner and co-chairman Joel Glazer has told supporters he is willing to discuss increasing fan shareholding in the club as part of greater consultation with them.
(Reuters) - Switzerland are seeking to break through new barriers at the European Championship, having become a consistent presence at major tournaments but still without having any major impact.
(Reuters) - England rugby coach Eddie Jones said he would welcome good advice and ideas but at the end of the day he is the one tasked with making decisions for the team.
TOKYO (Reuters) -When Paul Noritaka Tange won the rights to design the Aquatics Centre for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, one of the first things he did was to visit the grave of his father: the revolutionary Pritzker-winning architect, Kenzo Tange.
MAJESTY, widely considered the ultimate luxury golf brand, have renewed their entry model, Royale, with innovative technologies that have been cultivated through 50 years of research and development.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark's Andreas Christensen believes his side's Premier League players have what it takes to stop England striker Harry Kane and silence Wembley Stadium when they meet in their Euro 2020 semi-final on Wednesday.
COPENHAGEN: Denmark’s Andreas Christensen believes his side’s Premier League players have what it takes to stop England striker Harry Kane and silence Wembley when they meet today.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Scrumhalf Ali Price has his eye firmly fixed on a starting berth for the British & Irish Lions in the first test against South Africa next week and hopes to impress coach Warren Gatland in a final warm-up fixture against the Stormers on Saturday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Surfing's proud Olympic debut on Sunday will be the result of a decades-long struggle for acceptance by the sport's governing body, but its president Fernando Aguerre has told Reuters the hard work is really only beginning.