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MUMBAI (Reuters) - Tennis could lose the remainder of the 2020 season to the coronavirus pandemic, Tennis Australia (TA) chief executive Craig Tiley has said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Cincinnati schoolteacher Bryce Carlson set a record for the fastest solo unsupported west-east row across the North Atlantic ocean on Saturday and also became the first U.S. citizen to complete the feat.
DUBROVNIK, Croatia — When Croatia’s national soccer team scored the goal that took it past England and into its first World Cup final, delirious fans lit flares and burned tires outside the towering limestone walls of the old city in Dubrovnik.
MOSCOW — Under normal circumstances, a single Muscovite can hold a sign on a sidewalk without a parade permit. But if another person turns up, it becomes an illegal gathering and police can make arrests.
(Reuters) - The Italian FA's federal tribunal has fined Lazio 50,000 euros (43,507 pounds), saying it was "objectively" responsible for the distribution by fans of anti-semitic stickers showing Holocaust victim Anne Frank wearing the jersey of city rivals AS Roma.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's soccer authorities ruled on Tuesday that stadiums will hold a minute's silence at their next matches while a passage from Anne Frank's diary is read out, in response to anti-Semitic stickers posted by Lazio fans.
ROME (Reuters) - Italian police and soccer authorities on Monday opened investigations after Lazio fans posted anti-Semitic stickers of Holocaust victim Anne Frank wearing the jersey of their top-flight city rivals AS Roma.
LONDON (Reuters) - Cyclists considering turning to blood doping to boost their racing speeds may find it does little for their performance, according to the results of a rare study published on Friday.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Tennis star Serena Williams' plan to return to competition in 2018 will depend on how quickly her body recovers from giving birth this fall and how hard she trains through her pregnancy, said researchers who study pregnancy in high-performing athletes.