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(Reuters) - Athletes will be allowed to wear shoes still under development in international competitions and events where World Athletics rules apply, upon approval of the shoes' specifications, after a rule change by the sport's governing body.
(Reuters) - Before Lionel Messi came along the enduring debate in football about who was the greatest player involved two men: Diego Maradona and Pele.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa's squad to face England in a six-match limited overs home tour starting on Friday have released a joint statement explaining why they will not kneel before games after media criticism of the decision this week.
MADRID (Reuters) - Atletico Madrid's philosophical coach Diego Simeone refused to be drawn on the debate surrounding the recent international break, despite the Liga club's Uruguay forward Luis Suarez testing positive for COVID-19 while away.
TABOAO DA SERRA, Brazil (Reuters) - When the women's team of Taboao da Serra lost a league match 29-0 last month it looked like things could hardly get much worse for the small club based outside Brazil's biggest city Sao Paulo.
LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton's record-equalling seventh Formula One world championship has fuelled expectations of a knighthood but the Briton, overlooked in the past, pointed instead to the ranks of 'unsung heroes'.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has hit back at accusations he dived to win a penalty in the 2-1 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League last Sunday, insisting there would have been no debate if the incident had taken place in a different area of the pitch.
LONDON (Reuters) - The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating financial impact on rugby around the world but has given the sport a convenient opportunity to once again focus on the perennial challenge of a global calendar, World Rugby head Brett Gosper said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Football Foundation President Tom Pendry said allowing fans to watch West Ham United's game against Manchester City at a cinema near their home ground while spectators are locked out of the stadium highlights the inconsistency of COVID-19 restrictions.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Wallabies will not take a knee in support of the 'Black Lives Matter' campaign ahead of next week's Rugby Championship game against New Zealand as they will be focused on honouring Australia's indigenous people, coach Dave Rennie said on Friday.