You have searched for "EU leaders"
Showing 1-10 of 10000
DES MOINES, Iowa (Reuters) - The United States, loaded with talented hurdlers and top men's sprinters, will head to September's world athletics championships with another powerhouse team.
PARIS (Reuters) - Egan Bernal became the first Colombian to win the Tour de France on Sunday with his youthful brilliance looking set to cement Team Ineos's domination of cycling's greatest race for years to come.
VAL THORENS, France (Reuters) - Climbing phenomenon Egan Bernal was poised to become the first Colombian to win the Tour de France and the youngest race champion in 110 years when he retained the overall lead after Saturday's 20th stage, a 59-km ride from Albertville.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian golfer Mirabel Ting wasted no time in making her presence felt at the European Young Masters in Prague, the Czech Republic.
VALLOIRE, France (Reuters) - Ineos's Egan Bernal and Geraint Thomas are ideally-placed at the Tour de France to turn up the pressure on yellow-jersey holder Julian Alaphilippe, but the British team are facing a leadership conundrum as the race reaches its climax.
TOKYO (Reuters) - As Tokyo celebrated one year to go until the 2020 Olympics on Wednesday, at least 100 people gathered in the Japanese capital to protest the hosting of the Games.
(Reuters) - The speed show that is the backbone of the American athletics championships takes on added significance in Des Moines, Iowa this week when the United States select a team for this year's worlds which are being held in Doha.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Corinthians drew 1-1 at home with Flamengo on Sunday in another Brazilian league game in which the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) played a key role.
COL DU TOURMALET, France (Reuters) - An enraged Thibaut Pinot put the hammer down on the first major mountain test of the Tour de France, leading a French one-two ahead of overall leader Julian Alaphilippe to triumph at the top of the iconic Col du Tourmalet on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Quiet Australian achiever Cameron Smith was the lone bright spot on a poor day for a proud golf nation, sneaking within two strokes of halfway leaders Shane Lowry and J.B. Holmes at the British Open on Friday.