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NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - For someone who lost a season to a nagging elbow injury that needed surgery, Indian javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra understandably welcomed the postponement of the Tokyo Games last year.
(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.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -Eight England players returned to London on Wednesday after the abrupt suspension of the Indian Premier League (IPL), with tournament organisers planning an airlift to Maldives or Sri Lanka for the stranded Australian cohort.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former test opener and cricket commentator Michael Slater has pilloried the Australian government over its decision to ban citizens in COVID-ravaged India from returning home, saying Prime Minister Scott Morrison has "blood" on his hands.
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Gymnastics Australia has apologised to athletes under its care who experienced abuse and vowed to investigate all matters of misconduct after the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) published an independent review on the culture and practices of gymnastics in the country.
(Reuters) - Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he hopes the club's progress this season will convince French midfielder Paul Pogba and Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani to extend their stay at Old Trafford.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Diving and volleyball on Saturday became the first Olympic test events to include international athletes since such competitions resumed last month, as both began under close supervision in Tokyo.
(Reuters) - The European elite athletes' body has expressed deep concern about the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) decision to maintain a ban on competitors' protests at the Tokyo Olympics, saying it undermined their human rights.
(Reuters) - The following are highlights from UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin's speech to UEFA's congress in Montreux, Switzerland on Tuesday where he addressed the formation of a breakaway Super League by 12 top clubs from England, Spain and Italy.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - There was an evident anger bristling inside UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin as he tried to deal with the aftermath of Sunday's shock breakaway Super League split by 12 of Europe's top clubs.