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LONDON (Reuters) - BT has retained the UK broadcast rights to Champions League soccer for three years from 2021 at an annual cost of 400 million pounds, despite reported competition from rival Sky.
KUALA LUMPUR: The women’s national team ended their campaign in the Maba Malaysia Basketball Invitational on a high but head coach Yoong Sze Yuin (pic) is still not satisfied.
KUALA LUMPUR: The SEA Games-bound women cagers suffered a demoralising defeat in their first real test at the Maba Malaysia Basketball Invitational tournament when they were outmatched 58-77 by Taiwanese professional side Chunghwa Telecom at the Maba Stadium.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Noisy India and Pakistan cricket fans brought a taste of the subcontinent to Manchester on Sunday, their enthusiasm undimmed by the threat of rain looming over a World Cup match between the regional rivals that will draw a massive global audience.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Williams are set to miss at least the first two days of Formula One's opening pre-season test after failing to get their new car ready in time.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's plan to privatise its football clubs could be delayed beyond the targeted 2020, the head of the country's football federation told Reuters, in what would be the latest setback to economic reforms.
LONDON (Reuters) - When soccer's governing body in Europe began to get tough on the sport's finances from 2009 onwards, the British club Manchester City came up with a two-pronged counter-attack, a trove of documents relating to soccer shows.
JAKARTA/BANGKOK (Reuters) - "Slay the dragon!" Thailand's national coach yells, rallying his players as they rehearse an elaborate assault for the 2018 Asian Games.
MILAN (Reuters) - Media group Perform has signalled its intent to become a leading force in streaming sports content in Europe, clinching broadcasting rights for Italy's Serie A soccer.
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - The Pyeongchang Winter Games was supposed to be the coming-out party for 5G, the next generation of wireless technology -- but few people noticed. And some of those who did were unimpressed.