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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's success in Olympic track and field quite literally slowed to a walk at the Rio Games but hopes are high for a rebound at Tokyo with a raft of elite women leading the charge.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia and New Zealand's Trans-Tasman Super Rugby competition will start as planned from May 14 but organisers have abandoned the "Super Round" which would have had a full round of matches at the same venue in the third week.
PETALING JAYA: Sports should unite, not divide!
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia hopes to lure Masters winner Hideki Matsuyama to its national PGA Championship in Queensland in December as part of plans to revive its golfing calendar after the 2020/21 season was impacted by COVID-19.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Tuesday said that it is looking to discuss with partners and allies how to proceed with participation in the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics in a coordinated way, amid growing calls for a boycott of the Games over China's human rights record.
(Reuters) - Tennis players who have completed COVID-19 vaccination would no longer be considered as close contacts of anyone testing positive for the virus, according to new protocols put in place for tournaments by the men's governing body ATP.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo Olympics organisers will meet with Japanese government officials on Saturday, the local organising committee said, with discussion of whether to allow in foreign spectators expected to be on the agenda.
MADRID (Reuters) - The postponed 2019-20 Copa del Rey final will be held behind closed doors, the Spanish FA (RFEF) said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Having retained the America's Cup, New Zealand hopes to lock down the defence of the 'Auld Mug' in home waters amid reports the Royal Yacht Squadron, which represents Ben Ainslie's INEOS Team UK, has already been accepted as the Challenger of Record.
PETALING JAYA: Life has not been the same for Asian champion Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman since the movement control order (MCO) was introduced last year.Sports activities, like many other social practices, came to a halt and the rider found himself having to source for other means of income to support his family.