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(Reuters) - Play was suspended at the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) Players Championship on Friday after Dutch great Raymond van Barneveld fell ill at the arena, PDC said on Friday.
(Reuters) - A number of athletes who tested positive for COVID-19 upon their return home from the European Indoor Championships in Torun, Poland earlier this month did not follow strict health and safety protocols while in the country, European Athletics said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Belgium coach Robert Martinez is confident forward Eden Hazard could be back from injury to time for the European Championships in June but warned on Friday no pressure must be placed on his recovery.
(Reuters) - Richard Freeman, the former chief doctor for Team Sky and British Cycling, has been permanently struck off the medical register, a Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service ruled on Friday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Gold medal Paralympian Rina Akiyama pulled out of the Olympic torch relay at the eleventh hour this month, worried about drawing crowds that might spread the coronavirus, the latest in a series of cancellations that have plagued the event.
(Reuters) - Football needs more data on the links between heading the ball and dementia before restrictions on training are imposed, the chief medical officer of the global players' union FIFPRO said.
(Reuters) - Richard Freeman, the former chief doctor for Team Sky and British Cycling, is unfit to practise due to misconduct, a Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) ruled on Thursday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian athletes going to this summer's Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics will be vaccinated against COVID-19 on a voluntary basis, Russian news agencies cited Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin as saying on Wednesday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Richmond Tigers start their bid for a fourth Australian Football League championship in five years on Thursday as fans welcome the indigenous sport back to its Melbourne heartland after a pandemic-blighted 2020 season.
(Reuters) - Golfer Tiger Woods said on Tuesday he is back home and continuing his recovery after suffering severe leg injuries in a car accident last month.