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Motor racing: Oil giants find fresh focus in all-electric Formula E

LONDON (Reuters) - Oil giants familiar to fans of fossil-fuelled Formula One are finding a new focus for their energies in the all-electric world of Formula E.

Cycling - Sport looking to ban corticosteroids in 2020 - UCI boss

PARIS (Reuters) - After becoming the first sport to ban Tramadol, cycling is looking to use the same "health reasons" justification to prohibit the use of corticosteroids by 2020, International Cycling Union (UCI) president David Lappartient told Reuters.

Ineos' takeover of Team Sky raises financial fairness questions

PARIS (Reuters) - Team Sky's takeover by chemical giant Ineos raises questions on financial fair play in cycling as the new outfit is expected to increase its monetary advantage over rival teams.

Russian Football Union names oil executive as new president - news agencies

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Russian Football Union (RFU) on Friday chose Alexander Dyukov, a senior oil executive, as its new president until 2023, Russian news agencies reported.

Qatar's real estate market faces reality check ahead of World Cup

DOHA/DUBAI (Reuters) - Qatar's Doha Tower, a spike-tipped cylinder that glows orange at night, won an award when finished in 2012 amid a Gulf-wide real estate boom, but today about half of its 46 floors are empty.

Don't insult French fans, UCI boss urges Team Sky's Brailsford

BAGNERES-DE-LUCHON, France (Reuters) - International Cycling Union (UCI) president David Lappartient urged Sir Dave Brailsford on Tuesday not to insult French fans after the Team Sky principal said spitting and booing at riders was a "French thing".

Newly-wed Arie hopes to make impact in home meet

PETALING JAYA: Golfer Arie Irawan is hoping marital bliss will translate into better results on the golf course when he completes in the inaugural Sarawak Champion­ship starting today.

Private matters: state funding weighs on Russian soccer

MOSCOW (Reuters) - When soccer World Cup hosts Russia open the tournament on June 14 they will be fielding the team ranked lowest at the finals, three places behind their first opponents Saudi Arabia.

It’s only natural that badminton is Thomas’ Cup of tea

PETALING JAYA: It wasn’t hard for junior shuttler Ng Zi Xuan to pick an English name when he was five years old.