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LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton's record-equalling seventh Formula One world championship has fuelled expectations of a knighthood but the Briton, overlooked in the past, pointed instead to the ranks of 'unsung heroes'.
THE golf industry continues to soldier on in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, like all other spheres of society, including those establishments who temporarily ceased operations because of members and/or staff who contracted the virus.
THE great Nelson Mandela once said: “Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does.”
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One teams and drivers have sent 100th birthday congratulations to Captain Tom Moore, the World War Two veteran whose own laps have raised more than 29 million pounds for Britain's National Health Service.
(Reuters) - Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has issued a rallying cry to his injury-stricken squad to leave everything they have on the pitch when they look to extend their unbeaten run against Everton in Sunday's FA Cup tie.
SKATING to the tune of AC-DC’s Highway to Hell and Seven-Nation Army by the White Stripes, national figure skater Julian Yee was greeted with loud cheers from the Filipino crowd as he twisted and turned on the ice rink.
CASTLEFORD, England (Reuters) - A former British army soldier who lost both his legs in a bomb explosion in Northern Ireland is hoping to snowboard in the 2022 Winter Paralympic Games in China thanks to new 3D-printed bindings which can absorb shock and give him greater speed.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The tackles that the All Blacks got away with in their victory over Ireland in Dublin in 2016 would have been red cards in today's game and probably changed World Rugby's thinking on high contact, Ireland flyhalf Johnny Sexton said on Friday.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Pulling with smooth, steady strokes along a rowing course on an artificial lake, South Korean Paralympic hopeful Ha Jae-hun is the picture of calm determination, but it has taken him four years and 21 rounds of surgery to find this peace.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Ireland must frustrate the All Blacks to the point of error if they are to win on Saturday and reach the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup for the first time, according to 83-cap former Irish centre Gordon D'Arcy.