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LONDON (Reuters) - Renault have furloughed most of their British-based Formula One race team until the end of May due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with management also taking a pay cut, the French carmaker announced on Friday.
(Reuters) - British bookmaker William Hill on Monday suspended its dividend and said its full-year core earnings may fall by up to 110 million pounds as several global sports events get cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Goals from Michael Obafemi and Nathan Redmond earned improving Southampton a surprise 2-0 win at Chelsea in the Premier League on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Newcastle United have criticised Britain's Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn for a lack of knowledge about football after he hit out at what he called "bad owners like Mike Ashley" in reference to the Premier League club's boss.
LONDON (Reuters) - With one year to go until the Tokyo Olympics, and the pressure mounting, Britain's double gymnastics gold medallist Max Whitlock is already thinking ahead.
(Reuters) - Golf's biggest prize will be awarded at the European Tour's season finale in Dubai as part of changes to the final three Rolex Series events announced on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Steve Brown is to step down as CEO of England's Rugby Football Union (RFU), the governing body said on Friday, days after the sport's biggest and richest union defended itself against claims by one his predecessors of poor financial management.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A Rugby Championship that fizzled out a week early delivered a late dividend on Saturday with a pair of stunning comebacks that restored pride in New Zealand and brought a sliver of hope to Michael Cheika's Wallabies a year out from the World Cup.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Nearly half a century after Evonne Goolagong-Cawley became the first Aboriginal Australian to win a grand slam title at the 1971 French Open, the nation still waits for another indigenous talent to emerge and claim the game's highest honours.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Spain's dramatic defeat by Russia on penalties in the World Cup round of 16 on Sunday ensured that at least one of this year's finalists will not have reached the title decider for half a century, if at all.