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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia quick Pat Cummins wants cricket's lawmakers to approve the use of an artificial substance to shine the ball after a ban on the use of saliva was recommended in the wake of the COVID-19 health crisis.
(Reuters) - Gold medal favourites Belgium fear they might have lost some of the advantage they held over their rivals for the Olympic men's hockey title after the postponement of the Tokyo Games and the novel coronavirus-induced sporting hiatus.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Cricket Australia (CA) is exploring the possibility of disinfecting the ball during matches to minimise the health risk to players during the COVID-19 pandemic, the head of its medical team said on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: Former wushu world champion Diana Bong has added another feather in her cap after being appointed as coach of her home state Sarawak.
WHEN Malaysia and Singapore marched as one for the only time in Olympics history in 1964, Ronnie Theseira was beaming with pride in front of the cheering, 48,000-strong crowd at the Kasumigaoka National Stadium in Japan. Ronnie was 34 then, and a rookie at the Olympics.
PETALING JAYA: Perak’s midfielder D. Kenny Pallraj is good at juggling with a football, and also with his life.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The men's tennis tour has partnered with online learning platform Coursera to help players gain new skills and knowledge, as well as look after their mental health during the COVID-19 shutdown, ATP Chairman Andrea Gaudenzi said on Thursday.
FORMER singles great Rashid could have had it easy being the youngest of the famous five Sidek brothers.But Rashid was neither pampered nor spoiled. Instead, he worked as hard as his brothers – Misbun, Jalani, Razif and Rahman – to make a name for himself in badminton.