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(Reuters) - Scotland flanker Hamish Watson was named the 2021 Six Nations' player of the championship after securing 35% of more than 125,000 votes cast by fans, the tournament's organisers said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Australia's women cricketers surpassed their male counterparts on Sunday to set a new world record for the most consecutive wins in one day internationals with a six-wicket victory over New Zealand in Mount Maunganui.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Wallabies backs James O'Connor and Matt Toomua have welcomed the imminent opening of a travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand that has cleared the way for a Trans-Tasman Super Rugby competition in May and June.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian Christian Lobby has launched a media campaign calling for international rugby player Israel Folau to be allowed to return to the National Rugby League (NRL).
TOKYO (Reuters) - Koji Murofushi, an Olympic gold medalist who until Sept. 2020 was sports director for the Tokyo 2020 Games, is undergoing treatment for brain lymphoma, a rare type of cancer, according to a media report on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - World Athletics should introduce a new set of records for times set by athletes wearing high-tech footwear, said British Olympian Tim Hutchings, as debate continues over whether the shoes give runners an unfair advantage.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Boycotts protesting the introduction of a new Georgia voting law could end up hurting the state's most vulnerable citizens, Augusta National chairman Fred Ridley said on Wednesday.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - A precise Justin Rose tamed a windy Augusta National to hold a four-shot lead after the first round of the Masters on Thursday while defending champion Dustin Johnson was among a number of top players who struggled in challenging conditions.
LONDON (Reuters) - Thomas Tuchel praised his Chelsea side's response to last week's shock defeat by West Bromwich Albion after Saturday's impressive 4-1 victory away to Crystal Palace.