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(Reuters) - A plan to give COVID-19 vaccines to professional footballers in Brazil hit a snag on Wednesday when the health authority (Anvisa) said any privately imported vaccines must go directly to the public health system.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - The coronavirus has kept all but a few Japanese reporters from the Masters, something that leader Hideki Matsuyama is very happy about.
(Reuters) - Brazilian top-flight club Athletico Paranaense said it wants to buy COVID-19 vaccines and make them available to fans with paid-up memberships, as well as players and officials, free of charge.
(Reuters) - FIFA will be ready to implement an automated system for offside calls at next year's World Cup in Qatar, Arsene Wenger said.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Boycotts protesting the introduction of a new Georgia voting law could end up hurting the state's most vulnerable citizens, Augusta National chairman Fred Ridley said on Wednesday.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Cameron Champ, the only American player of Black heritage at the Masters, said he was disappointed in the new voting restrictions in Georgia, where the Augusta tournament takes place.
(Reuters) - Scotland flyhalf Finn Russell has been handed a three-week ban for his red card in last week's Six Nations win over France when he elbowed Brice Dulin, the tournament's disciplinary committee said on Monday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Over the years FIFA has been opposed to players, teams and fans engaging in protests or sloganeering but it seems global soccer's governing body is perhaps now prepared to tolerate a blurring of the line it once drew between politics and sport.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Cashed-up Japanese rugby clubs are going to lure more and more players away from Australia in the future and holding onto talent like Marika Koroibete is going to be a major struggle, according to Wallabies coach Dave Rennie.
(Reuters) - Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton said he had spoken to Bahrain officials about human rights in the country after promising last year he would not let any abuses go unnoticed.