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(Reuters) - Global soccer governing body FIFA said it held talks on Tuesday with a number of member associations and confederations to address concerns relating to workers' welfare and human rights in host nation Qatar ahead of the 2022 World Cup.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - While debate has raged over whether the Tokyo Olympics should go ahead this year, the Australian city of Brisbane has been moving closer to securing the hosting rights for the 2032 Summer Games - a deal that could be sealed as early as July.
(Reuters) - Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard is set to become the first transgender athlete to compete at an Olympics after qualifying for the rescheduled Tokyo Games due to a rule change, Inside the Games website reported on Wednesday.
PARIS (Reuters) - In four Champions League campaigns with Paris St Germain, Neymar has been criticised for his performance in knockout ties, but he is far from being the only one to blame for the his team's failure to succeed.
LONDON (Reuters) - A British soccer-instigated boycott of the world's biggest social media platforms by professional athletes, sports teams, governing bodies and broadcasters got underway on Friday in response to continued online racist abuse against a number of Black athletes.
LONDON (Reuters) - Mercedes had such an advantage early in Formula One's V6 turbo hybrid era that they rarely used full power in qualifying for fear the rules would be changed to rein them in, according to former technical director Paddy Lowe.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Indian Premier League (IPL) will continue as scheduled, a senior Indian cricket board official told Reuters on Wednesday, despite fierce criticism of the popular Twenty20 competition being played in the midst of a national health crisis.
PARIS (Reuters) - In-form Karim Benzema faces bench-warmer Olivier Giroud for the first time as Real Madrid take on Chelsea in the Champions League semi-final first leg on Tuesday, and while who prevails in that match is anyone's guess, only the latter is set to represent France at the Euros in June.
LONDON (Reuters) - British athletes are likely to have COVID-19 jabs before heading to Tokyo for the Olympics and none has expressed any opposition to vaccination, Team GB head Mark England said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday he would do everything possible to ensure that a proposed breakaway Super League of twelve major European soccer clubs would not go ahead as planned.