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Malaysian sport has been thrown into a gloomy chasm following the new Movement Control Order (MCO). I believe hope is the key word to turn things around.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Professional athletes in all sports have been impacted by the global shutdown caused by COVID-19 but women may end up the biggest losers due to ingrained bias and discrimination, Australia's Winter Olympic trailblazer Zali Steggall has said.
PETALING JAYA: World No. 11 Tan Kian Meng-Lai Pei Jing (pic) are set to be the biggest losers among the Malaysian shuttlers if the Badminton World Federation (BWF) continue to delay their proposed move to freeze the world rankings due to the current suspension of the international circuit.
MONACO (Reuters) - UEFA announced significant changes to their flagship Champions League on Friday, saying they had managed to "keep it in the family" after staving off the threat of a breakaway league by Europe's top clubs.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - New Zealand's long dominance of world rugby shows no sign of coming to an end any time soon but England's historic sweep of Australia and Ireland's June tour of South Africa offered some hope of a northern hemisphere resurgence.
LONDON (Reuters) - Bournemouth, Watford and Middlesbrough all scored convincing wins at the top of the tightest league in Europe on Saturday but Derby County faltered in the English Championship title race by drawing at fellow promotion hopefuls Norwich City.
ASTANA (Reuters) - The Premier League is booming, player car parks overflow with Ferraris and Bentleys and season ticket prices at top clubs have reached eye-watering levels, but grassroots football is withering, according to Sport England.