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PETALING JAYA: China badminton are in a tricky spot ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games.
PETALING JAYA: Time is running out on national No. 1 squash player Low Wee Wern (pic) to compete in the El Gouna International Squash in Cairo, Egypt, from May 20-28.
(Reuters) - The Europa League final in Gdansk on May 26 will be allowed to host up to 9,500 spectators after Europe's soccer governing body UEFA said it had received approval from the Polish authorities.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The breakaway European Super League may have ended in dramatic failure last week but it is far from the end of radical proposals for new competitions in the world game.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's chief selector Trevor Hohns has admitted to being "very concerned" as Tim Paine's men risk turning up under-prepared for the Ashes series against England later this year.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia and New Zealand's Trans-Tasman Super Rugby competition will start as planned from May 14 but organisers have abandoned the "Super Round" which would have had a full round of matches at the same venue in the third week.
(Reuters) - New Zealand will begin administering COVID-19 vaccinations to its men's cricket team and support staff on Saturday before they travel to England for a two-match series and the World Test Championship final, local news website Stuff reported.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - New Zealand has started administering COVID-19 vaccinations to athletes ahead of their departure for the Tokyo Games, the country's Olympics chief said on Wednesday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia hopes to lure Masters winner Hideki Matsuyama to its national PGA Championship in Queensland in December as part of plans to revive its golfing calendar after the 2020/21 season was impacted by COVID-19.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Eighty-seven years after a Canadian recorded a hole-in-one in the very first Masters, Corey Conners matched the feat during the third round at Augusta National on Saturday.