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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Olympic and world champion Mo Farah has split with long-time coach Alberto Salazar because he wants to move back to London with his family, he said in an interview on Monday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - David Sharpe, a career policeman and former rugby league administrator, has been appointed head of Australia's anti-doping watchdog.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Olympic and world champion Mo Farah said the British media were trying to destroy his achievements and repeated that he was a clean athlete during an emotional outburst on Sunday.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Yao Capital, the Chinese private equity firm co-founded by former NBA superstar Yao Ming, said it aims to raise $250 million (194.98 million pounds) for its first U.S. dollar fund that will invest in overseas sports assets with relevance to the Chinese market.
(Reuters) - Double Olympic champion Mo Farah was given a legal dose of a controversial supplement before the 2014 London Marathon, but the treatment was not properly recorded, the doctor who gave him the injection has said.
(Reuters) - Alberto Salazar, the coach of Britain's Olympic champion Mo Farah, has denied administering banned supplements to his athletes and issued a firm rebuttal of what he said were false allegations against him in a British newspaper.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - All Blacks lock Patrick Tuipulotu tested positive for a banned substance last year and was "shocked" at the result, New Zealand Rugby (NZR) said on Sunday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian rules football club Essendon have settled compensation with 18 of the 34 players who were banned for the season in the country's biggest doping crisis in professional sport.
LONDON (Reuters) - Sam Allardyce took the England manager's job knowing his tactical approach to the game, which had long divided opinion, would come under scrutiny like never before.