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PARIS (Reuters) - Former France and Stade Francais player Christophe Dominici, whose dazzling runs made him one of the country's best wingers, has died aged 48, his former rugby club said on Tuesday.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Kagiso Rabada has played down the significance of the battle between South Africa’s fast bowlers and the England speedsters in the limited overs series that starts at Newlands later this week.
(Reuters) - Double Olympic gold medallist Mikaela Shiffrin marked her return to the Alpine ski World Cup circuit after a gap of 300 days with a second-placed finish in the slalom in Levi, Finland, on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Players should stop heading the ball in training if research proves it leads to dementia when they are older, several Premier League managers have said since the topic came to the fore following the death of England's Nobby Stiles.
(Reuters) - Britain's Matt Wallace and Colombia's Camilo Villegas shared a one-stroke lead after players struggled through windy conditions in the first round of the RSM Classic on Thursday.
(Reuters) - The family of England's World Cup winning midfielder Nobby Stiles, who died aged 78 last month, has urged authorities to address the "scandal" of dementia in the professional game which have left many yesteryear heroes struggling after retirement.
LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton has said becoming the most successful Formula One driver of all time means nothing unless he can help tackle racism and push for change.
TOKYO (Reuters) - International Olympic Committee (IOC) chief Thomas Bach expressed confidence on Monday that the Tokyo Games will be held successfully next year, even allowing spectators to attend, as the world grapples with a sharp rise in coronavirus infections.
PETALING JAYA: The government’s decision to postpone the Malaysia Cup due to the rising Covid-19 cases has forced the Malaysia Football League (MFL) to call off the tournament. And it has left several football teams in a lurch.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - For fans of Hungarian club Ferencvaros (FTC), their recent success has been both long-awaited satisfaction on the pitch and a chance to forget the reality of the COVID-19 pandemic and economic woes.