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(Reuters) - Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor said clubs should discuss the idea of playing halves of less than 45 minutes when matches resume after the coronavirus suspension, to help players manage their workload.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Football League (EFL) clubs are facing a "cash hole" of £200 million by September, chairman Rick Parry told a parliamentary committee on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - A virtual collision between McLaren's Lando Norris and Indianapolis 500 winner Simon Pagenaud has triggered real controversy and highlighted how seriously drivers are taking their esports racing during the COVID-19 shutdown.
LONDON (Reuters) - England test cricketer Stuart Broad will race his World Cup winning team mate Ben Stokes and a handful of Formula One drivers in the fourth of a series of virtual grands prix this weekend.
(Reuters) - Claycourt king Rafa Nadal suffered a fake injury, several players 'froze' and one match vanished into thin air as the Virtual Madrid Open made its debut on Monday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - New Zealand Rugby (NZR) have formed a committee with the country's five Super Rugby teams to review operating models and plot a way forward for the domestic game amid a shutdown in global sport brought by the coronavirus.
TAFERS, Switzerland (Reuters) - It is a quiet spring evening at a typical Swiss housing complex in the village of Tafers and on the balcony of a second floor apartment block, professional cyclist Kilian Frankiny is competing in the Tour de Suisse.
LONDON (Reuters) - England's Premier League could make games available on free-to-air broadcasting once the season resumes following the suspension due to the coronavirus, Britain's culture secretary said in quotes reported by the BBC on Wednesday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - It's not that amateur runner Forrester Safford ever planned on running an entire marathon by himself in his four-car driveway - but this month, rather like George Mallory sizing up Everest, he decided to do it simply because the opportunity was there.
(Reuters) - The National Football League's biggest off-season bash, planned as a Las Vegas extravaganza, will instead be an online Draft Day house party hosted by commissioner Roger Goodell from his basement on Thursday, the latest sports tradition forced to adjust to the realities of the coronavirus pandemic.