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ZURICH (Reuters) - The annual Engadin ski marathon, one of the world's largest cross-country skiing events with around 14eu,000 participants, has been cancelled because of concerns over the coronavirus outbreak, organisers said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - As infections of the novel coronavirus rise steadily in Brazil and threaten to cause chaos in its densely populated favelas, some of the country's leading athletes are stepping up to help the most vulnerable communities.
PETALING JAYA: Para badminton would not have come this far in Malaysia if not for the dedication, devotion and determination of one man - Moe Chin Kiat.
LONDON (Reuters) - Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford faces big decisions as he attempts to keep four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome and this year's champion Geraint Thomas happy, according to Irish road great Sean Kelly.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Like a holy pilgrimage they gather in Amen Corner for one week every year to worship at golf's grand altar tucked away in the farthest corner of the Cathedral of Pines.
LONDON (Reuters) - As the man who carried athletics on his back through dark days sprinted off into the sunset in 2017, the sport itself was left to ponder an uncertain future without its shining beacon, Usain St Leo Bolt.
ST GALLEN, Switzerland (Reuters) - Switzerland made it seven wins out of seven in their World Cup qualifying group when they beat Andorra 3-0 helped by a double from Haris Seferovic in a rain-soaked match which was twice interrupted to clear water off the pitch on Thursday.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian Adilson da Silva will strike the first tee shot as golf returns to the Olympic Games after an absence of more than 100 years on Thursday. Monday's draw for the withdrawal-hit men's event, announced by the International Golf Federation (IGF), grouped da Silva with Canada's Graham DeLaet, whose countryman George Lyon won the last Olympic golf tournament in 1904.