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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - More players were forced into hard quarantine ahead of the Australian Open with officials confirming on Monday that four additional participants, including an athlete, tested positive for COVID-19 among those arriving in Melbourne.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan will temporarily suspend exemptions allowing foreign athletes to train in the country ahead of the Summer Olympics, Kyodo News reported, as it closes its borders to contain a surge in COVID-19 cases just six months before the Games.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Tennys Sandgren was granted special permission to board a chartered flight from Los Angeles bound for the Australian Open in Melbourne on Wednesday despite testing positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week, Tennis Australia said.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Australian Formula One Grand Prix in Melbourne looks set to be rescheduled from its season-opening slot to later in the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a tightening of local quarantine rules.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan aims to allow "large-scale" numbers of overseas visitors to attend next year's Tokyo Olympics without mandatory vaccinations or quarantine provided they submit negative COVID-19 test results and download tracking apps, the Nikkei business daily reported on Wednesday.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Norway are scrambling to save their Nations League campaign by pulling together a second squad after a row over COVID-19 precautions with the country's health ministry caused the cancellation of Sunday's game away to Romania.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden plans to give competitors in elite sports an exemption from rules banning travel to the country from outside the European Union, the government said on Tuesday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The first four rounds of Australia's first class Sheffield Shield competition will be held in Adelaide to mitigate the threat of disruption due to COVID-19, Cricket Australia said on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: The Thomas and Uber Cup Finals look set to go ahead in Aarhus, Denmark, from Oct 3-11 – at least for now – despite a resurgence of Covid-19 cases in Europe in the past two weeks.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany agreed on Monday to extend a ban for spectators in stadiums at Bundesliga soccer matches until at least the end of October due to the coronavirus pandemic, authorities said.