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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The COVID-19 pandemic has torn up Olympic rugby sevens programmes across the globe but gold medal-winning coach Tim Walsh sees a glimmer of hope amid the gloom as he battles to prepare Australia for the Tokyo Games in a year's time.
PETALING JAYA: Sarawak United coach E. Elavarasan has reminded his players to continue being vigilant and follow the standard operating procedures (SOP) in training, especially with a spike of Covid-19 cases in the state.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's peak anti-doping authority has defended its use of "confidentiality agreements" to suppress details of doping cases amid a storm of criticism over the handling of swimmer Shayna Jack's failed drug test.
GWANGJU, South Korea (Reuters) - The executive director of swimming' s governing body FINA Cornel Marculescu said on Sunday he hoped there would be no repeat of the podium protests that marred the world championships this week and that athletes would lose their medals if there was.
TOKYO (Reuters) - With temperatures rising to 35 degrees Celsius and humidity of 75% on Thursday, Tokyo 2020 organisers had the perfect weather to try out their heat countermeasures and preparedness for next year's Olympics at the beach volleyball test event.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Two Russian boxers serving doping suspensions have competed while banned, Reuters has found, highlighting inconsistencies in Russia's efforts to reform its anti-doping practices.
(Reuters) - FIFA is doubling its minimum ban for racist incidents to 10 games and will allow players to make victim statements and participate in the proceedings, world soccer's governing body said on Thursday.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) said on Tuesday it had provisionally suspended two Kenyan athletes, one of them a Commonwealth Games former champion, for doping, the latest in a string of doping cases in the East African nation.
LONDON (Reuters) - As the Wimbledon women's quarter-finals take place on Tuesday without any of the top six seeds, the men's competition has a far more familiar look with the "Big Three" not only safely through but, in most cases, barely breaking sweat.