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MANAMA (Reuters) - Formula One drivers who contract COVID-19 should be able to race if they feel well and can do so without endangering other people, Red Bull's Sergio Perez and others said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Wales have suspended wing Josh Adams for the first two matches of the Six Nations after he breached the team’s strict COVID-19 protocols, coach Wayne Pivac confirmed on Wednesday.
PEPARATIONS for the start of the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour season are well in hand and at this stage, everything points to an explosive tee-off amid great expectations of a compact and competitive circuit.
THE announcement by the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour this week that the circuit would get started, was welcome news for all those associated with the local pro game and indeed the region.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One starts its season in Austria this week with teams, drivers and fans coming to terms with the 'new normal' as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The following details some of the changes:
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - West Indies captain Jason Holder wants racism to be treated as seriously as doping and match-fixing in cricket, the 28-year-old has said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's elite athletes will have to respect social distancing guidelines and be aware of the risks when they resume individual performance training after the coronavirus lockdown, guidance published on Wednesday said.
(Reuters) - The Premier League and its clubs are "frightened to death" about publicly backing the resumption of the season as they do not want to be held liable if someone dies because of the coronavirus, television pundit Gary Neville said on Sunday.
ATHENS (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Tuesday kicked off a round of internal briefings and discussions with federations and national Olympic Committees to assess the impact of the coronavirus on the Tokyo Games.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The official Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics Games Twitter account offers no inkling that the novel coronavirus pandemic has threatened the Games - and the account's cheery tone is prompting sarcastic online replies.