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(Reuters) - The World Test Championship (WTC) should be held every four years on the lines of the World Cup in the shorter formats of cricket, batting great Sachin Tendulkar told Reuters on Tuesday.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South African teams could feature in Europe’s elite club rugby competitions from the 2022-23 season following the formation of the United Rugby Championship (URC) which was unveiled on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - New Zealand have a long history of producing world class cricketers and making it to major tournament finals, and the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC) decider against India presents another opportunity for them to finally reign supreme.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - An Australian mother has denied a media report her teenage son was forced to wear a women's swimsuit as punishment by a coach amid scrutiny of the country's elite swimming culture in the leadup to the Olympics.
MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - France coach Didier Deschamps said it is not just his own side's attacking threat that can cause problems as he prepares to take on Germany in the European Championship in Munich on Tuesday.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Deciding the World Test Championship (WTC) in a best-of-three final is not a realistic idea in a crowded calendar, the governing International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Monday.
ADELAIDE (Reuters) - Australia's Ariarne Titmus confirmed she is one to watch at the Tokyo Olympics by smashing the Commonwealth record in the women’s 200m freestyle on Monday, a day after swimming the second fastest 400m freestyle of all time.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia test skipper Tim Paine has tipped Marnus Labuschagne to be a future captain and says the top-order batsman's natural leadership qualities make him a great fit for the role.
ADELAIDE (Reuters) -Australia’s young guns are threatening to make a serious splash at next month’s Olympic Games with teenager Kaylee McKeown proving herself the best in the world on a thrilling, record breaking day two of Australia’s swim-offs.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Lock Sitaleki Timani returned to the Wallabies set-up after eight years in self-imposed exile as Australia coach Dave Rennie named a bumper 38-man squad for next month's three-test series against France on Sunday.