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BARCELONA (Reuters) - Former FC Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu was released on Tuesday, a Barcelona court said, a day after he was arrested in a probe related to allegations of improper management and business corruption.
LONDON (Reuters) - Red Bull have formed their own powertrain company and will continue to race from 2022 with engines using Honda technology, the Formula One team said on Monday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - In just a week, the metamorphosis was complete: former Japanese prime minister Yoshiro Mori went from being a political asset seen as vital to the Tokyo Olympics' success to a liability threatening the already cloudy outlook for the Summer Games.
TAMPA, Fla. (Reuters) - Mask-clad fans streamed into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' stadium on Super Bowl Sunday for the NFL's championship game, as the limited crowd of attendees largely observed COVID-19 health and safety restrictions.
LONDON (Reuters) - Team GB Chef de Mission Mark England said on Wednesday he was confident the Tokyo Olympics would go ahead this year but athletes could expect them to be very different due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
KOTA BHARU: The Kelantan Football Association (Kafa) have submitted all the documents required by the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) for the purpose of establishing Kelantan Football Club (Kelantan FC) in line with the privatisation of the team in 2021.
(Reuters) - Two years after a conservative commentator told LeBron James to "shut up and dribble," the NBA star has become an increasingly influential political force as issues of racial justice and voter suppression move to the forefront in the November presidential election.
(Reuters) - The National Basketball Association (NBA) said on Thursday it hopes to resume play in a day or two after a boycott by players protesting racial injustice and police brutality, while President Donald Trump denounced the league.
(Reuters) - The British government is confident it can implement measures to ensure spectators can safely return to stadiums amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the country's sports minister has said.
(Reuters) - Sporting venues in England are unlikely to get the green light to fill to capacity this year and the entire 2020-21 Premier League season could be played in front of reduced crowds, a senior government adviser has said.