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LONDON (Reuters) - The head of the body representing Pacific region rugby players will fly to the Rugby World Cup on Wednesday for crucial talks about improving the plight of those from countries such as Fiji, Tonga and Samoa who have failed to make an impact in Japan.
IN a welcome and unprecedented initiative the Malaysian Indian Golf Association (MIGA), an entity registered with the National Sports Council, hosted a junior coaching camp designed for youngsters drawn from around the country.
KUALA LUMPUR: Sri Lanka are no longer known as the wooden spoonist of Asian football since Nizam Pakeer Ali (pic) became their coach last year.
KUALA LUMPUR: The rot in the national junior badminton team is expected to end soon once the youngsters begin their careers as full-time trainees.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Male stars of college basketball and football will likely reap the greatest immediate gains from California's new law allowing student athletes to profit from endorsement deals, but female athletes, and women's sports generally, could be big winners in the long run.
PARIS (Reuters) - The Velon business group, which represents 11 elite cycling teams, has filed an anti-trust complaint with the European Union against the Union Cycliste Internationale, claiming the sport's governing body has been trying to hamper their business.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - As a tennis player, Andre Agassi defied comparison. And as a retiree, the eight-times Grand Slam champion would rather not try himself.
(Reuters) - Jamaica's World Under-20 double sprint gold medallist Briana Williams has escaped a doping ban for using the banned Diuretic Hydrochlorothiazide, the Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel (IADP) ruled on Thursday.
TOYOTA CITY, Japan (Reuters) - Namibia owe much of their growth as a rugby nation to the input of neighbours South Africa but come Saturday and they will be plotting a shock win over the Springboks in their Rugby World Cup Pool B clash at the City of Toyota Stadium.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (Reuters) - Sky Brown, the 11-year-old skateboarding prodigy who is poised to become Britain's youngest ever Olympian at the 2020 Tokyo Games, has already amassed an enviable resume.