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(Reuters) -The Grand National was Britain's biggest ever online sports betting event as shop closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic meant punters had to go online or use mobile apps to bet on one of the annual highlights of the horseracing calendar.
LONDON (Reuters) - Lawrence Stroll is new to Formula One team ownership but when he says he is in it to win it with Aston Martin, and believes he can, he speaks as someone who has been around the sport for decades.
PETALING JAYA: Top Malaysian cyclist Azizulhasni Awang is not one to go for a lesser challenge. He lives by the Malaysian track cycling team’s motto: “To inspire the nation to believe.”
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The International Cricket Council (ICC) has agreed "in principle" to reverse the 2014 decision which effectively put India, England and Australia in control of the game's finances and administration.
ZURICH (Reuters) - The Danish football league's chief executive believes teams like FC Copenhagen are justified in studying the prospect of a cross-border Atlantic League in response to recent changes to the Champions League.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman Shashank Manohar has flayed the imbalance of power within the governing body and criticised last year's revamp which, he believes, allows India, England and Australia to "bully" the organisation.
LONDON (Reuters) - There was the usual frenzy of last-minute deals as the Premier League brought the curtain down on another bumper European transfer window in which Manchester City again flexed their financial muscle as the continent's top spenders.
LONDON (Reuters) - Sportwear company Nike came under fire on Tuesday after England World Cup shirts went on sale for a price of up to 90 pounds ahead of this year's tournament in Brazil.