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Besides national coach John Beasley, exercise physiologist Chee Lee Ming has also contributed in Azizulhasni Awang’s success as a world-class cyclist. She’s the only local sports science staff based in Melbourne with the team for the last 10 years.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - National Rugby League plans to have limited crowds at matches by the start of July was described as "absurd" and "dangerous" by the head of the Australian Medical Association (AMA) on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Athletics great and eight-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt and his long-time girlfriend Kasi Bennett welcomed their first child on Sunday, Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness confirmed in a congratulatory tweet on Monday.
THE local golf industry was enveloped in a spirit of great relief and emotion this week, albeit set against a backdrop of hurried preparations to get things ready for a reopening after the relaxations of some Covid-19 restrictions.
PETALING JAYA: Premier League outfit Kelantan learnt the hard way that it doesn’t pay to be recalcitrant when they were ordered by FIFA to settle former player Cassio De Jesus’ salary arrears of RM629,620.28 by the end of this month.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Premier League clubs have been told they cannot use their own stadiums for any resumption of games this season with only "approved neutral venues" to host remaining fixtures in a campaign currently on hold due to the new coronavirus pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: Track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang is not one to slow down, even during Ramadan. But the Covid-19 pandemic and the containment measures in Australia for the next three weeks have thrown his momentum off.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - With lower-level athletes alleging lack of communication with the International Tennis Federation amid the COVID-19 lockdown, the governing body on Tuesday announced the creation of player panels for those competing on its World Tennis Tour.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Players are free to participate in exhibition events while the professional tennis season remains shut due to the novel coronavirus but they must prioritise their health and remain vigilant against corrupt approaches, authorities have said.