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(Reuters) - LA Lakers owner Jeannie Buss said on Friday, the Juneteenth holiday, that she is no longer willing to ignore hate and called on white people to come together and acknowledge the racism that exists in the United States.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian mixed martial arts promotion firm One Championship said on Monday had raised $70 million (£55.4 million) in a new funding round, but was cutting 20% of its staff - a move which comes after not being able to stage events since February due to the coronavirus pandemic.
(Reuters) - NASCAR's decision to ban the Confederate flag from all its tracks and races continued to rumble through the sport on Thursday with several drivers dropping helmet designer Beam Designs after the company expressed opposition to the ban.
MILAN/LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. buyout fund Bain Capital has made a tentative offer for Italy's top-flight soccer league as it seeks to trump a previous proposal by CVC Capital Partners, two sources told Reuters.
(Reuters) - The PGA Tour quietly returned to action for the first time in three months amid the COVID-19 pandemic as the world's best golfers competed at a spectator-free Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas on Thursday.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand fans starved of live sports will welcome the return of rugby union on Saturday following the coronavirus shutdown, as the Super Rugby Aotearoa competition kicks off and promises to be a war of attrition according to coaches and players alike.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - As many as 10 La Liga sides will be fighting for their top-flight futures when the season restarts this week after a long pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with league mainstays Espanyol facing the biggest threat of relegation.
PETALING JAYA: There’s finally some light at the end of the tunnel for M-League footballers’ financial woes.
(Reuters) - The Rally Wales GB, scheduled for Oct. 29-Nov. 1, was cancelled for the first time in more than 50 years due to uncertainties surrounding travel and mass gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers of the race said on Tuesday.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Athletes will not feel 100% safe until a vaccine for the novel coronavirus is available and the U.S. Open should only proceed if all qualified players are able to travel to the Grand Slam, American doubles specialist Rajeev Ram has said.