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PARIS (Reuters) - Lamine Diack, once one of the most powerful people in athletics, was convicted in France on Wednesday of running a clique that covered up Russian doping in return for bribes worth millions of dollars and sentenced to spend at least two years in jail.
MUNICH (Reuters) - A German sports doctor accused of masterminding an international blood doping network for professional sportspeople, from at least 23 athletes from eight countries over many years went on trial in Munich on Wednesday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Some fans will be allowed to return to soccer stadiums when the Bundesliga season starts this weekend, Germany's 16 federal states agreed on Tuesday, a source involved in the talks told Reuters.
(Reuters) - Several MotoGP riders will trial a new communications system during testing at the Misano World Circuit ahead of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at the weekend, MotoGP said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Britain's Simon Yates claimed overall victory in the Tirreno Adriatico after holding off his rivals in the final stage time trial in San Benedetto del Tronto on Monday.
GRENOBLE, France (Reuters) - The Tour de France is Primoz Roglic and his Jumbo-Visma team's to lose after defending champion Egan Bernal imploded in spectacular fashion on Sunday, but his fellow Slovenian Tadej Pogacar lies in wait ahead of the final week.
BELLINZONA, Switzerland (Reuters) - Former FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke and the chairman of Qatar-based media group BeIN Sports, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, went on trial in Switzerland on Monday over the award of television rights for the World Cup and Confederations Cup.
(Reuters) - England manager Gareth Southgate said defender Harry Maguire is in line to return to the squad in October having been withdrawn for this month's Nations League games against Iceland and Denmark following his arrest and trial in Greece.
(Reuters) - Lionel Messi ended intense speculation about his future on Friday by saying he will remain with Barcelona for another year - but only because he did not want to enter a court battle with the club about his contract.
LISBON (Reuters) - The Portuguese man behind the Football Leaks website said at the start of his trial on Friday that he was proud to be a whistleblower on European soccer clubs' big-money dealings.