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BERLIN (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Thursday provisionally lifted a ban on Kuwait two days before the start of the Asian Games, allowing the country to participate under its own flag.
LONDON (Reuters) - The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has hit back at accusations that there has been a lack of transparency about the proposed revamp of the Davis Cup and said it was confident the new plans would deliver long-term benefits to players, nations and sponsors.
LONDON (Reuters) - A planned radical revamp of the Davis Cup could be in jeopardy after Tennis Australia said in a strongly worded letter that it planned to "vote against the proposed amendments" since the reform process has been "far from transparent".
(Reuters) - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) has welcomed new anti-doping regulations in the sport that put greater responsibility on national federations.
(Reuters) - Clubs in elite European competitions, including the Champions League and Europa League, will be allowed to make a fourth substitution if the match goes into extra time from next season, UEFA said on Thursday.
JOHOR BARU: Ten football teams have been given a second chance to get it right.
LONDON (Reuters) - Six new law amendments focussing on the scrum and ruck will have a global trial in a bid to make the game easier to play and referee, World Rugby announced on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Penalty goals, dribbling from free kicks and corners, and points deductions for mobbing the referee are among a crop of radical proposals for discussion by football's law-making body, the International Football Association Board.
(Reuters) - The International Tennis Hall of Fame has made changes to its induction policies, including a fan vote and automatic ballot inclusion for players who met certain criteria during their careers, it announced on Wednesday.