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Rugby

Rugby - World Cup could spark debate in tattoo-averse Japan

TOKYO (Reuters) - World Rugby has advised players to cover-up tattoos during next year's World Cup in Japan, but many advocates for the body art hope the arrival of the inked athletes sparks a debate in a country with a complicated relationship with tattoos.

Golf

Hall of Fame CEO defends selection policy

(Reuters) - World Golf Hall of Fame chief executive Steve Mona has defended the organisation's selection process amid criticism that some of the sport's best players have yet to be inducted.

Football

Albania passes law banning sports betting, online gambling

(Reuters) - Albania's parliament passed a law on Thursday banning sports betting and other forms of gambling from the start of 2019 in a bid to tackle addiction among gamblers and match fixing in sport competitions, while also protecting household finances.

Golf

'Exhausted' Bubba hints U.S. team fighting off infections ahead of Ryder Cup

PARIS (Reuters) - A husky-voiced Bubba Watson suggested he had a sinus infection on Wednesday, and said he was not the only member of the United States Ryder Cup team feeling under the weather.

Say What

Is Eden Hazard the best player in Europe?

Craig’s Football Corner by CRAIG WILKIE EDEN Hazard scored a hat-trick in Chelsea’s 4-1 win over Cardiff at the weekend. His club sit top of the table with five wins out of five and the Belgian playmaker is the man most responsible for putting them there.

Motorsport

Hamilton likes the look of F1's future cars

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Formula One showed off a vision of its car of the future on Friday and world champion Lewis Hamilton liked what he saw, even if Ferrari were less excited.

Other Sport

Youngest participant Ian hoping for a top 10 finish

IAN NURIMAN AMRI is only 11 but he is ready to storm the Asian Games stage – on a skateboard.

Football

Peeking Around Corners in the World Cup's Provincial Cities

NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia — Olga B. Kalinina and Albina Marunova live in the socialist town, a collection of low-rise Soviet cottages that sit along the highway that links the airport with the center of their city, one of 11 in Russia that hosted matches at this summer’s World Cup.

Football

World Cup's spirit of openness rubs off on some Russians

MOSCOW/NIZHNY NOVGOROD (Reuters) - The World Cup has been an eye-opener for Russian waitress Lena Tikhomirova: mingling with visiting fans and experiencing new cultures has whetted her curiosity and now she plans to live abroad.

Football

World Cup Brings England Together at a Time of Division

LONDON — In the giddy aftermath of England’s 2-0 quarterfinal victory over Sweden in the World Cup on Saturday, Andy Ward staggered out of a pub and into a tattoo parlor. He stripped off his shirt and bared his chest to a shaver. Then a tattoo artist etched St. George’s Cross — the English flag — over his heart.