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PETERBOROUGH, England (Reuters) - The Jamaican bobsleigh team is used to training without snow, but the coronavirus lockdown has seen its male athletes resort to pushing a car around the streets of an English city to stay in shape, with an eye on Olympic qualification.
(Reuters) - This year's Multisport World Championships, scheduled to take place in Almere from Sept. 4-13, have been pushed back to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, World Triathlon said on Friday.
(Reuters) - The European health regulator has vowed to conduct a speedy review of Gilead Sciences'
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Women's cricket appeared poised for a great leap forward when Australia beat India in the Twenty20 World Cup final in front of a record 86,174 crowd at Melbourne Cricket Ground in March.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The FA Cup final will be held on Aug. 1, the Football Association announced on Friday, after the Premier League said on Thursday that its season will restart on June 17.
JAKARTA: Indonesia plans to extend a high-speed rail project being built with China and bring in Japanese investors, as part of 89 priority projects slated for Southeast Asia's biggest economy over four years, a minister said on Friday.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Hosting the 2021 World Cup was a factor in deciding to push ahead with New Zealand's women's provincial competition despite financial issues, the head of women's rugby in the country has told Reuters.
XAG, one of China’s largest makers of agricultural drones, expects its JetSeed direct seeding system to become more widely adopted. Competition with DJI in China remains heated, as the world’s biggest maker of commercial drones sharpens its focus on industrial applications.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Cricket Australia boss Kevin Roberts has downplayed the prospect of the Twenty20 World Cup going ahead in 2020, saying the October-November schedule was under "very high risk" due to the coronavirus pandemic.