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LONDON (Reuters) - Insurer Allianz
PARIS (Reuters) - Renault have yet to confirm their Formula One future but team boss Cyril Abiteboul sees every reason for the French carmaker to continue for years to come.
LONDON (Reuters) - Mercedes Formula One team boss Toto Wolff said on Monday he was still preparing for a Chinese Grand Prix in April despite the coronavirus epidemic, but health had to be the deciding factor.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One champions Mercedes sent a statement of intent about their future on Monday with the announcement of a five-year principal sponsorship deal with British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe's petrochemicals giant Ineos.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - An independent review of the running of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has found "potential elements of mismanagement" and "possible abuse of power" amidst concern about widespread use of cash payments.
LONDON (Reuters) - Nike said the Alphafly shoe worn by Eliud Kipchoge to break the two-hour marathon barrier would be legal under World Athletics' new rules and that widespread reports of its shoes containing triple carbon plates are false.
LONDON (Reuters) - Bahrain will enter its own team in next year's Dakar Rally after being title sponsor this year of Spaniard Carlos Sainz's winning Mini JCW X-Raid entry.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Hamburg SV supporters have been given permission to use pyrotechnics in a "controlled manner" before their next home game in a groundbreaking move for German football.
MILAN (Reuters) - Torino's Walter Mazzarri became the 10th manager in Serie A to lose his job this season on Tuesday, with the side sliding down the league table after shipping 17 goals in their last four games alone.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Two South Korean soccer fans who sued the match organiser after Cristiano Ronaldo failed to play in a friendly during Juventus's pre-season tour in Seoul last year are entitled to compensation, a court ruled on Tuesday.