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(Reuters) -Major League Soccer (MLS) is invoking a clause to renegotiate its collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the players' union after the COVID-19 pandemic cost it nearly $1 billion in 2020.
(Reuters) - Major League Baseball's (MLB) Cleveland team will drop its "Indians" name, following persistent criticism that it was offensive to Native Americans, the franchise said on Monday, but will continue to use it during the 2021 season.
LONDON (Reuters) - When Yoshiro Mori, president of the Tokyo Olympics organising committee, claimed defiantly in February that the greatest show on earth would go ahead in spite of a looming pandemic few realised what wishful thinking that was.
LONDON (Reuters) - Not many forwards live by the 'Hakuna matata', or 'No worries', philosophy of Disney's "Lion King" but England's Maro Itoje has that unusual combination of laid-back ferocity that makes him one of the most dangerous players in Test rugby.
(Reuters) - The Los Angeles Lakers will switch to their "Black Mamba" jerseys in honour of the late Kobe Bryant when they seek a record-tying 17th NBA championship on Friday.
(Reuters) - An unexpected NBA Finals matchup between the LeBron James-led Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat begins this week, capping an unprecedented season interrupted by the COVID-19 outbreak before resuming without fans at Disney World in Florida.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Olympic Minister insists the rearranged Tokyo 2020 Games must be held "at any cost", while the International Olympic Committee says only that it is committed to delivering a safe event.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A number of competitors at the U.S. Open have expressed their frustration after they were moved into a so-called "bubble within a bubble" as they had been in contact with Frenchman Benoit Paire, who tested positive for COVID-19.
(Reuters) - NBA players who boycotted games as part of a protest against racial injustice have agreed to resume the playoffs on Saturday in a deal that includes increased access to voting in the U.S. presidential election, the league and players association (NBPA) said on Friday.
(Reuters) - The National Basketball Association (NBA) said on Thursday it hopes to resume play in a day or two after a boycott by players protesting racial injustice and police brutality, while President Donald Trump denounced the league.