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DORTMUND, Germany (Reuters) - Fans preparing to follow the action in the first top-flight professional soccer league to resume after the COVID-19 lockdown should be prepared to keep their distance or risk seeing future matches cancelled, the mayor of Dortmund said.
(Reuters) - London mayor Sadiq Khan is opposed to the idea of the Premier League resuming in the capital next month while the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause hundreds of deaths in the UK each day, a spokesperson for the mayor's office has said.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A "star in the making" were the prophetic words of an announcer who had just witnessed 16-year-old Missy Franklin slice up the competition at swimming's 2011 world championships.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark will still be able to host four games at soccer's postponed 2020 European Championship next year despite a clash with the opening stages of the Tour De France, the country's Football Association said in a statement on Thursday.With Denmark already hosting the opening stages of the 2021 Tour, the Danish FA had to make new agreements with the city of Copenhagen and its partners at the Parken Stadium following the postponement of the Euros due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ROME (Reuters) - Players at Serie A champions Juventus were among those who returned to training following the coronavirus stoppage on Tuesday amid suggestions that matches could be played at neutral venues if the league restarts.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's suspended National Rugby League has declared it is "full steam ahead" for its May 28 restart after players agreed to 20% pay-cuts for the abridged 2020 season.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Swimming's world governing body FINA rescheduled the 2021 Fukuoka aquatics world championships to May 2022 on Monday to avoid a clash with the postponed Tokyo Olympics.
LONDON (Reuters) - Premier League leaders Liverpool said they were 'disappointed' by the city's mayor saying the season should not be re-started even behind closed doors because of the risk of fans gathering outside Anfield.