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(Reuters) - ViacomCBS Inc said on Thursday it had signed an agreement with European soccer's governing body UEFA to live-stream Champions League matches on CBS All Access in the United States, starting this season through 2024.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The world of tournament Scrabble is split over whether to remove racial and anti-LGBT+ slurs from official dictionaries, as governing bodies debate the rules in light of the global Black Lives Matter protests.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two former 21st Century Fox executives and a South American sports marketing company pleaded not guilty on Thursday to criminal charges in New York in the long-running corruption probe surrounding FIFA, the world governing body for soccer.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Toyko's 2020 Olympic Games mascots headed out from the capital's Haneda airport on Wednesday for a promotional tour of Europe, bemusing travellers with a ceremony featuring a clapping routine and a video message from veteran pop act the Backstreet Boys.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo 2020 organisers held an earthquake drill on Thursday at Ariake Gymnastics Centre, a newly built venue for next year’s Olympics, to test their readiness should a disaster strike during the Games.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese organisers on Wednesday cancelled a fan event on the eve of a National Basketball Association (NBA) exhibition game in Shanghai, the latest fallout in a growing dispute over a tweet by a team official supporting protests in Hong Kong.
ADAM Alif Mustafa and Muhammad Firdaus Amirrudin had an eye-opening experience when they attended the Allianz Explorer Camp (AEC) – Football Edition in Munich, Germany.
MANCHESTER City has extended its partnership with Asian direct selling company QNET, taking the relationship to 10 years.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - "No worries" is one of Australia's more notable contributions to the English language but Ash Barty has preferred the mantra "no panic stations" over the last few weeks as she hit the American hardcourts to prepare for the U.S. Open.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Pep Guardiola made an impassioned defence of Manchester City and his players after criticism in China's state media over his club's "arrogance" during their stopover in Nanjing and Shanghai for last week's Premier League Asia Trophy.