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(Reuters) - When Al Unser took a show car off the floor of a hotel lobby and drove it to victory at the 1987 Indianapolis 500 he not only joined the Brickyard's most exclusive club of four-time winners but cemented his place as one of motor racing's all-time greats.
ROME (Reuters) - After weeks of wrangling, with several U-turns on the way, Italy is due to decide on Thursday if and when its top-flight Serie A soccer league can resume after the coronavirus stoppage.
PETALING JAYA: Women’s doubles shuttler Pearly Tan Koong Le has paid tribute to outgoing head coach Rosman Razak, who has been instrumental in helping her to find her feet in the national team.
(Reuters) - The prize-money is paltry, the field lacks star power and the tournament director is busy hammering out the draw while locked down in quarantine.
KUALA LUMPUR: Lin Dan of China won the world men’s singles title five times, his compatriots Chen Long and Yang Yang twice each, Japan’s Kento Momota has also won it twice while our very own Lee Chong Wei took the silver three times.
PETALING JAYA: National track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang’s four-month reign on the top of the world keirin ranking has come to an end.
LONDON (Reuters) - Heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn is planning to organise fights in his own back garden when professional boxing returns in July from the COVID-19 lockdown.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One and Silverstone have agreed terms for two races without spectators at the circuit this season, subject to government approval, the track's managing director Stuart Pringle said on Friday.
(Reuters) - At the 1972 Munich Olympics, an unheralded 17-year-old gymnast broke the Cold War stereotype that the Soviets were stone faced performers who displayed no emotions as she sobbed on the bench after her performance on the uneven bars went horribly wrong.