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HAROLD Varner III and Bubba Watson clinched a nine-hole charity exhibition match – part of the build-up to this week’s Rocket Mortgage Classic.
(Reuters) - England centre Manu Tuilagi cannot represent the national team if he joins a foreign club after his departure from Leicester Tigers, with the Rugby Football Union (RFU) saying it has no plans to alter its selection policy.
LONDON (Reuters) - Norwich City manager Daniel Farke said he has turned down job offers before and during the season but has no regrets despite his side being bottom of the Premier League.
LONDON (Reuters) - Major sports events working to get back up and running after the coronavirus crisis are likely to have to do so without cancellation insurance for communicable diseases as insurers remove cover or ramp up the cost.
(Reuters) - The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Friday it was blindsided by a U.S. report that was riddled with misleading information and inaccuracies and which threatened to cut its funding.
LONDON (Reuters) - Renault will work as closely as ever with Daniel Ricciardo this season despite the Australian's decision to join Formula One rivals McLaren at the end of the year, team principal Cyril Abiteboul said on Friday.
(Reuters) - The United States is threatening to cut off funding to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) unless it immediately enacts serious reforms, according to a report by the White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP).
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Incoming Wallabies coach Dave Rennie is cautious about scrapping Australia's 'Giteau Law', which limits selection of overseas-based players to those with 60 test caps or more, fearing it may lead to an exodus of talent and harm the domestic game.
(Reuters) - Former United States soccer coach Bruce Arena questioned the relevance of playing the country's national anthem before matches in professional sports leagues, saying it was inappropriate.
LONDON (Reuters) - Health minister Matt Hancock apologised on Wednesday to England soccer player Marcus Rashford for getting his name wrong, suggesting that confusion with the star of the Harry Potter films was behind the slip-up.