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SEVILLE, Spain (Reuters) - Spain manager Luis Enrique enjoys punishing himself with ultra-marathons in the Sahara desert and cycle rides up the craggy mountain roads of Asturias.
LONDON: Gareth Southgate won over an English public who were sceptical about his ability to lead the Three Lions with a run to the World Cup semi-finals three years ago and is already silencing his critics at Euro 2020.
MADRID (Reuters) -Sergio Ramos burst into tears as he said farewell to Real Madrid on Thursday after 16 years but left with a parting shot, saying he was surprised that the club decided to withdraw a one-year contract offer to him by claiming it had expired.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Reuters) - Newlywed Lee Westwood will have a working honeymoon with wife Helen performing caddying duties as per usual at the U.S. Open starting at Torrey Pines on Thursday.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The cardiac arrest suffered by Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen during a Euro 2020 match has seen a seven-fold increase in sign-ups for the "heart runner" app, which allows emergency services to quickly direct citizen responders to assist heart attack victims.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The Danish Football Association has called on UEFA to change its procedures following the collapse of midfielder Christian Eriksen in their Euro 2020 match against Finland and the subsequent decision to resume the game.
LONDON (Reuters) - Japan's world number two Naomi Osaka must take the time to be in a "safe space" and seek help to figure out the dilemma she finds herself in, according to American tennis great Chris Evert.
(Reuters) - The World Test Championship (WTC) should be held every four years on the lines of the World Cup in the shorter formats of cricket, batting great Sachin Tendulkar told Reuters on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - New Zealand have cleared captain Kane Williamson and wicketkeeper BJ Watling to play in the inaugural World Test Championship final against India, while retaining Ajaz Patel as specialist spinner in their 15-man squad.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - A moment of world-class quality from David Alaba earned Austria the breakthrough they had toiled so hard to find against North Macedonia on Sunday, sending Franco Foda’s side on their way to a first-ever European Championship win.