You have searched for "Haze"
Showing 1-10 of 169
KUALA LUMPUR: National marathon runner Muhaizar Mohd celebrated his 35th birthday on Sunday. There was no family with him, only friends.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The poor air quality which left players fighting for breath at Melbourne Park last week, and the extreme heat which disrupted the tournament in the past, will become the new norm if sports do not do more to address climate change, a report released on Monday said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Melbourne skies were largely clear of bushfire smoke on Thursday as Australian Open organisers defended their decision to continue playing qualifiers during two days when a thick haze enveloped the city.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Cooler temperatures and clearing skies following torrential rain on Wednesday allowed officials to continue the qualifying tournament for the Australian Open on Thursday, with forecast smoke haze expected to clear throughout the day.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Tennis greats Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal pledged A$250,000 ($172,000) towards the Australian bushfire relief efforts at a charity event on Wednesday in the leadup to the Australian Open.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Tempers flared at the Australian Open qualifying on Wednesday as players battled through another day of smoky air and two of the game's all-time greats were labelled "selfish" for not protesting about the conditions.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia coach Justin Langer found himself in the unusual position of hoping for rain ahead of the third test against New Zealand this week as the bushfires continued to rage around the country.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Hazardous smoke from bushfires raging over a large swath of eastern Australia have become a headache for the nation's cricket board, which faces the threat of disruptions to its lucrative summer schedule.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Smoke from bushfires raging across eastern Australia prompted match officials to abandon Saturday's Big Bash League cricket match in Canberra over what they called "dangerous and unreasonable playing conditions".