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LONDON (Reuters) - This year's Wimbledon men's and women's singles finals will be played with full crowds in attendance on Centre Court, the All England Club said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Swimming Australia (SA) will set up an all-female independent panel to investigate issues related to the experience of women and girls in the sport following Madeline Groves' complaint of "misogynistic perverts", the governing body said on Saturday.
THE SEA Games is supposed to embody Asean solidarity but the reluctance of Vietnam to host the 31st edition of the multisport event in November has not gone down well. Some of the member countries feel the show should go on.
STOCKHOLM: Denmark hope having thousands of passionate fans back in the stands in Copenhagen will help them to victory over a Finnish side making a first appearance at a major tournament finals.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's players were vaccinated against COVID-19 on Friday at their training centre, bringing an end to a long saga but provoking fears of potential side effects before kicking off their Euro 2020 campaign against Sweden on Monday.
CARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) -British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday gave the Tokyo Olympics a show of public support at a meeting with Japan's Yoshihide Suga and welcomed efforts to ensure the Games can take place safely.
TOKYO (Reuters) - One of Japan's sporting legends and an executive of the country's Olympic committee said on Friday the Tokyo Games should be held without spectators to ensure the safety of the public and accused the organisers of using a "double standard".
TOKYO (Reuters) - International Olympic Committee (IOC) leaders and the Japanese government appear set to press ahead with the Tokyo Games, delayed once due to COVID-19 outbreaks, despite worries the sporting extravaganza may trigger of a new wave of infections.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The Japanese government is considering ending a state of emergency in Tokyo and several other prefectures as scheduled on June 20, but keeping some curbs such as on restaurant hours until the Olympics start in July, the Mainichi daily reported.