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LONDON (Reuters) - Sports banter at work can alienate women and soccer talk in particular risks becoming a gateway to "laddish behaviour", the head of Britain's Chartered Management Institute (CMI) said on Monday.
PETALING JAYA: After the ugly events at the last Malaysia Games, which saw three athletes being caught for doping and the sport itself almost being kicked out, the Malaysian Weightlifting Federation (MWF) are taking no chances this time.
(Reuters) - Brazilian Joao Souza has been banned from tennis for life after being convicted of multiple match-fixing and other corruption offences, the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) said on Saturday.
LUENEN, Germany (Reuters) - Iran's only female Olympic medallist, Kimia Alizadeh, wants to compete for Germany as soon as the next Games in Tokyo, but regardless of whether she achieves that ambition, she never expects to return to her home country.
KUALA LUMPUR: Sprinter Mohd Syazrul Adli Saiful Adili from Penang has been banned four years for doping, after taking supplements that he says were given to him by a friend.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian anti-doping agency official said on Friday that Viktor Chegin, a prominent race walking coach serving a lifetime doping ban, is continuing to work with athletes at training camps.
ZURICH (Reuters) - The global players' union FIFPRO has denied offering any sort of role to former UEFA president Michel Platini, whose four-year ban from football for ethics violations ended in October.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Temba Bavuma will return to South Africa’s batting lineup for the fourth and final test against England, with Zubayr Hamza dropped, captain Faf du Plessis said on Thursday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - An outbreak of a new virus in China has raised fears of a global pandemic, forcing Japan to confront the possibility of deadly contagion and disruption as it prepares to host the 2020 Summer Olympics.
(Reuters) - The UK Anti-Doping agency (UKAD) said it has not received any requests by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to reanalyse blood and urine samples of athletes, including that of four-times Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah.