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CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Africa's World Cup qualifiers have been thrown into crisis after a ban on numerous stadia across the continent left many countries facing the prospect of hosting matches next month outside their borders.
PETALING JAYA: The Round 1 of the FIM Asia Road Racing Championship, which was scheduled to be held at the Sepang International Circuit from June 4-6, will be postponed to a later date in view of the rising Covid-19 cases in Asia over the past month.
STEVEN Thielke has taken over as general manager of Els Club Desaru Coast and Sean Kinsley as Group director of agronomy, overseeing both Desaru Coast and Teluk Datai – both properties managed by Troon International.
PETALING JAYA: Cyclist Mohd Fadhil Zonis went one step better to deliver a stunning win in keirin to make Hong Kong a happy hunting ground for Malaysia.
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Cricket Australia is hoping for packed stadiums for this year's Ashes series even if England's "Barmy Army" of travelling fans are unlikely to get into the country, interim chief executive nick Hockley said on Wednesday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia will allow foreign ticket holders for Euro 2020 matches in St. Petersburg to enter the country without a visa to attend the tournament, the local organising committee said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Switzerland are seeking to break through new barriers at the European Championship, having become a consistent presence at major tournaments but still without having any major impact.
(Reuters) -A professor of public health and adviser to the New Zealand government said on Tuesday there was no justification for holding the Tokyo Olympics during a pandemic, and to go ahead would be 'absurd' and cost lives.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The head of a Japanese doctors' union said on Thursday that holding the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer, with tens of thousands of people from around the world, could lead to the emergence of an "Olympic" coronavirus strain.
PORTO, Portugal (Reuters) -Portuguese authorities have relaxed COVID-19 safety rules for thousands of English fans coming to Porto for Saturday's Champions League final, no longer requiring them to stay in bubbles and lifting restrictions on movement.