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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Cricket Australia (CA) could slap indefinite bans on any fans found to have racially abused the visiting India players during the third test in Sydney, its interim chief executive Nick Hockley said on Monday.
IN a week that saw golf brought to a standstill in England, the Malaysian Golf Association (MGA) issued mandatory standard operating procedures (MSOPs) of their own.
PETALING JAYA: Bowling has made a major leap towards shedding its image as a parlour sport.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The International Skating Union (ISU) on Wednesday lost its bid to overturn an EU antitrust order that it stop penalising speed skaters for taking part in new money-spinning events, as Europe's second-highest court backed the earlier order.
(Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Tuesday acknowledged the passing of the Rodchenkov Anti-Doping Act (RADA) in the U.S. Senate but questioned why American professional and college athletes are exempt from the legislation.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Tuesday rejected what it called a U.S. attempt to extend its jurisdiction beyond its borders, after the U.S. Senate approved a bill allowing U.S. officials to pursue anyone involved in doping at international events involving Americans.
(Reuters) - World 100 metres champion Christian Coleman will miss next year's Tokyo Olympics after being banned for two years for breaching whereabouts rules, the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) said on Tuesday.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy will allow up to 1,000 supporters to attend top flight Serie A soccer matches from Sunday following an agreement between the regions and various government departments, sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora said on Saturday.
TORONTO (Reuters) - America's top athletes could be banned from the Olympics and other major international sporting events if the United States follows through on its threat to withdraw funding from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), anti-doping leaders told Reuters.
(Reuters) - A handful of prominent late withdrawals may have taken some of the sheen off the Palermo Ladies Open but the importance of the claycourt event is not lost on the sport as it marks the return of professional tennis on Monday after the COVID-19 shutdown.