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(Reuters) - Duncan Paia'aua was a surprise inclusion for Australia as head coach Dave Rennie announced his 42-man squad for the upcoming Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Opposition to the International Olympic Committee's ban on podium protests at the Tokyo Games intensified on Friday with more than 150 athletes, academics and social justice advocates signing an open letter demanding changes to Rule 50.
(Reuters) - UEFA have been sent an official report on a homophobic banner at Tuesday's Euro 2020 match between Hungary and Portugal.
LONDON (Reuters) - Children will not be allowed to attend England's second test against New Zealand at Edgbaston next month after the match was chosen as one of the British government's pilot events to allow bigger crowds.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter has been handed a further six years and eight months ban from the game and fined a million Swiss francs ($1.07 million) by the body's Ethics Committee after a probe into massive bonus payments.
THE Royal & Ancient Golf Club (R&A) and the United States Golf Association (USGA), the two world governing bodies that oversee the global game, this week announced proposals for “significant changes” to the Rules of Amateur Status.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona must press on with plans to renovate Camp Nou in order to replenish revenues lost because of the COVID-19 pandemic, vice-president Jordi Moix told Reuters, adding that the 815-million-euro ($957 million) project will pay for itself.
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Formula One stewards fined Racing Point 400,000 euros (360,922.7 pounds), stripped them of 15 points in the constructors' championship and issued a reprimand on Friday after upholding a Renault protest about the legality of their rival's car.
(Reuters) - Soccer's world governing body FIFA has banned Markus Kattner, a former leading official in the Zurich organisation, for 10 years and has fined him one million Swiss francs ($1.06 million) after a probe into bonus payments.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - New Zealand were awarded the men's and women's World Sevens Series titles on Tuesday after World Rugby cancelled the remainder of the season because of the coronavirus outbreak.