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TOKYO (Reuters) - Any decision to delay the Olympics should be made before May, an organising committee board member told Japanese broadcaster TBS late on Wednesday, as doubts over the Summer Games may grow with the coronavirus now declared a pandemic.
TOKYO: Postponing or cancelling the Tokyo Olympics is “inconceivable”, Japan’s Olympic minister said , as the new coronavirus outbreak raises fears the event could be scrapped.
LONDON (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund is in talks to buy English soccer club Newcastle United for about £340 million, a source familiar with the situation told Reuters, confirming a report in the Wall Street Journal earlier on Saturday.
DOHA (Reuters) - Travis Tygart, the head of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), on Thursday called for sponsors to step up their efforts in the fight against performance-enhancing drugs.
DOHA (Reuters) - American Alberto Salazar, who has coached some of the world's top distance runners, including Olympic and world champion Mo Farah, has been banned for four years for doping violations.
(Reuters) - The United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) said on Friday it was cooperating with government inquires after it was reported U.S. agencies were conducting a widespread investigation into U.S. Olympic sport organizations.
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Amid confetti and chants of "equal pay," New York honoured the U.S. women's soccer team on Wednesday with a ticker-tape parade up the "Canyon of Heroes," celebrating its World Cup triumph and hailing the players' emergence as icons of women's rights.
LYON, France (Reuters) - The run to the World Cup final by the United States women's team has boosted their campaign for equal pay, but it should not have to be the responsibility of the players to force through change, former international Kristine Lilly said this week.
(Reuters) - With the United States preparing to play in the women's World Cup final the team's fight for pay equity resurfaced on Wednesday with the Democratic Women's Caucus demanding answers from U.S. Soccer chief Carlos Cordeiro.