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LA ROCHELLE, France (Reuters) - All team members, riders and staff have undergone a coronavirus test and further participation in the Tour de France depends on the results that will be announced hours before the start of the 10th stage on Tuesday.
NICE, France (Reuters) - International Cycling Union (UCI) president David Lappartient is confident that the Tour de France can be completed despite concerns over a possible second wave of the coronavirus in the country.
NICE (Reuters) - Whether the Tour de France will celebrate a winner this year is anyone's guess as the world's greatest cycling race starts in Nice on Saturday amid fears of a 'second wave' of COVID-19.
PARIS (Reuters) - Two positive coronavirus cases within a team will result in the outfit being out of the upcoming Tour de France, team staff members told Reuters on Friday.
(Reuters) - Former England captain Dylan Hartley has criticised the manner in which rugby has treated his generation of players, saying the "money men" have relegated concern for individual welfare to the back seat over the years.
ROME (Reuters) - Former Italy coach Gian Piero Ventura, famously in charge when they failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, quit second-tier Salernitana on Saturday after his side blew their chance to make the promotion playoffs.
JEREZ, Spain (Reuters) - Petronas Yamaha's Fabio Quartararo will start in pole position in Sunday's Spanish MotoGP after setting a lap record in qualifying with a time of one minute, 36.705 seconds in Jerez on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea may have produced an underwhelming performance in beating Norwich City 1-0 on Tuesday but manager Frank Lampard said all that mattered was taking the three points on offer.
(Reuters) - Reduction in stadium capacities, improved ventilation systems and mobile payment for tickets and drinks are some of the measures football clubs may have to implement while designing stadiums in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
SPIELBERG, Austria (Reuters) - A shocked Lando Norris collected a call from the Crown Prince of Bahrain after qualifying fourth for the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix on Saturday to secure McLaren's highest grid position since 2016.