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ROME (Reuters) - American-born Swede Armand Duplantis produced the highest-ever outdoor pole vault jump on Thursday when he cleared 6.15 metres to win gold at the Rome Diamond League meeting and continue his remarkable, unbeaten season.
COL DU GRAND COLOMBIER, France (Reuters) - Defending champion Egan Bernal was at a loss to explain the brutal failure that ruled him out of contention on the Tour de France in the 15th stage on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Belgium defender Brandon Mechele has tested positive for COVID-19, the Belgian FA said on Monday, while an official said that more than half the players in the under-17 squad had been infected during a trip to Germany.
MONT AIGOUAL, France (Reuters) - Kazakh Alexey Lutsenko claimed his maiden victory on the Tour de France when he won the sixth stage, a 191-km trek from Le Teil on Thursday as the top guns again delayed the fight for the general classification.
PRIVAS, France (Reuters) - Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe lost the overall lead in the Tour de France to Briton Adam Yates after being handed a 20-second penalty for illegal feeding at the end of stage five, won by Belgian Wouth van Aert on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: Any team facing Petaling Jaya City will have to bring a bulldozer to find a way past their “parked bus”.
PETALING JAYA: When the final whistle went, Selangor coach B. Sathianathan cut a forlorn figure. His side had been held to a 0-0 draw by the ultra-defensive Petaling Jaya City at the UiTM Stadium.
LISBON (Reuters) - There was something appropriate in the way that Bayern Munich's Joshua Kimmich celebrated his team's Champions League triumph over Paris St Germain on Sunday.
SOUTHAMPTON, England (Reuters) - England must tour Pakistan in 2022 reciprocating the visit of Azhar Ali and his men despite the coronavirus pandemic, Pakistan pace great Wasim Akram said.
LISBON (Reuters) - The Champions League knockout stages produce great drama and the single-game format for this season's quarter-finals intensified the emotions as Paris St Germain struck twice in the final minutes to end the fairytale for debutants Atalanta.