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LONDON (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur and England midfielder Dele Alli was robbed at knifepoint at his North London home in the early hours of Wednesday and the assailants got away with hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of valuables, British media reported.
KEEP your chin up, maintain a positive outlook and observe a decent semblance of physical fitness – these are some of the key things professional Malaysian golfer Kemarol Baharin is adhering to during the movement control order.
(Reuters) - Premier League leaders Liverpool are helping feed vulnerable and elderly people within the community during the novel coronavirus outbreak with the help of local church members.
PETALING JAYA: The National Sports Council are planning to send equipment to athletes soon – but, many are already getting ingenious, turning everyday household items into training equipment.
(Reuters) - Simon Halep is trying to look on the bright side regarding the suspension of the tennis season due to the coronavirus pandemic, which means at least she will be referred to as reigning Wimbledon champion for two years.
(Reuters) - Nearly 400 miles away from his coach, world 100 meters champion Christian Coleman trains for an Olympics that may never take place in 2020.
PETALING JAYA: National shooter Mohd Lutfi Othman was gunning for three golds in the President Ally T. H. Ong Trophy meet but his dream was dashed due to measures taken to curb Covid-19.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Musicians and performers at the Grammy Awards paid tribute to Kobe Bryant on Sunday at his former home arena, the Staples Centre in Los Angeles, hours after the NBA great was killed some 40 miles (65 km) away in a helicopter crash.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Japan loose forward Amanaki Mafi has been discharged without conviction but ordered to pay NZ$50,000 (25,720 pounds) after he pled guilty to assaulting former team mate Lopeti Timani in New Zealand in 2018, local media reported on Tuesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Ranked 22nd in the world, Canada are not expected to go far at the World Cup but they have gone the extra mile in soaking up Japanese culture, with players donning yukata at every chance and trying their hands at traditional rice harvesting.