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MOSCOW (Reuters) - High jumper Maria Lasitskene, a three-time world champion, is getting a feeling of deja vu as she readies for the prospect of missing a second consecutive Olympics because of doping scandals at Russia's athletics federation.
LONDON (Reuters) - Injured Manchester United and England striker Marcus Rashford said on Wednesday he would return before the end of the season to help his side's bid for a top four finish in the Premier League.
LONDON (Reuters) - A post-World Cup Six Nations always feels like something of a fresh start but this year's championship, featuring four new coaches and four new captains, is about as clean a slate as it gets.
LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland's players fear it could take several years before they can close the gap with England and France in women's rugby as they head into a Six Nations tournament that risks seeing repeats of some of last year's one-sided games.
LONDON (Reuters): Terry Jones, one of the British Monty Python comedy team, has died at the age of 77, the BBC said on Wednesday (Jan 22).
LONDON (Reuters) - Chris Froome will make his competitive return to the peloton at next month's UAE Tour after a coming through a rigorous training block in the Canary Islands, the four-time Tour de France winner said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Aston Villa Women have named former England striker Eniola Aluko as their first sporting director, the club announced https://www.avfc.co.uk/News/2020/01/22/aluko-villa-women-sporting-director on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah will begin his Tokyo Games preparations by going head-to-head with Kenenisa Bekele at the Big Half race in March, organisers said on Wednesday.