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AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Masters champion Scottie Scheffler is golf's new leading man but his family will make sure success does not go to his head, according to his caddie Ted Scott.
Rory McIlroy shares a few tips on how to deal with making mistakes, nerves and hard work. He reckons learn from your mistakes – there’s nothing wrong with that. Indeed, if anything, it is a good thing.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) -Jhye Richardson will replace injured paceman Josh Hazlewood but opener David Warner has been cleared to play against England in the second day-night Ashes test, Australia captain Pat Cummins said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton said he would waste no time worrying about a collision with Red Bull rival Max Verstappen, a man he called crazy only days ago, ending his hopes of a record eighth title.
Under expert tuition, thrill-seekers can “channel their inner firefighter” and pilot a bright red Dennis Sabre XL engine with a top speed of 130kph.
Veteran Philippine journalist Maria Ressa on Saturday said her Nobel Peace Prize was for "all journalists around the world", as she vowed to continue her battle for press freedom.
(Reuters) - Gianmarco Tamberi will never regret sharing the high jump gold with friend Mutaz Essa Barshim at the Tokyo Olympic Games but believes the choice to stop competing in such instances should be taken away from athletes.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - With their Euro 2020 campaign looking over by halftime in the opening game after Christian Eriksen's collapse, Denmark somehow came blazing back to reach the semi-finals, only to finally run out of steam as they lost to England after extra time.
(Reuters) - Keshav Maharaj was too excited to come up with a celebration after becoming the first South African to claim a test hat-trick in 61 years as his side completed a 2-0 series sweep against West Indies with a 158-run victory in Saint Lucia on Monday.
Vietnam: Vaccinated people nears 900,000 mark, as health ministry in talks for mRNA technology transfer
A total of 892,454 people in Vetnam have been given Covid-19 vaccine shots to date, according to Tuesday's morning report from the National Expanded Programme on Immunisation (NEPI).