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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.
(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.
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.
KUALA LUMPUR: Middle distance runner Putra Azrul Syazman Azman’s debut at the Philippines SEA Games last December is one to be deleted from his memory.
Besides national coach John Beasley, exercise physiologist Chee Lee Ming has also contributed in Azizulhasni Awang’s success as a world-class cyclist. She’s the only local sports science staff based in Melbourne with the team for the last 10 years.
PETALING JAYA: When Azizulhasni Awang won the bronze medal in the keirin at the 2016 Rio Olympics, he started the wheels moving on a greater mission – the quest for gold in a sport other than badminton.
LONDON (Reuters) - Six-times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton is launching a commission to help motorsport engage more young people from black backgrounds and drive diversity.
KUALA LUMPUR: Hockey player Nur Atira Mohd Ismail will defer her studies again to focus on the Junior Asia Cup in Kakamigahara, Japan, later this year.
(Reuters) - Liverpool's Premier League triumph will forever be associated with the charisma, drive and passion of their manager Juergen Klopp yet those individual qualities belie a style of management that shuns autocratic control.