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(Reuters) - Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton questioned the appointment of Vitaly Petrov as a Portuguese Grand Prix steward on Thursday after the Russian ex-racer criticised his campaigning anti-racism stance.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian soccer great Pele, who celebrates his 80th birthday this week, is still revered in his home country even if his once unassailable position as the greatest player of all time is now a matter for hot debate.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Training offers some normality to Ireland’s rugby players amid the COVID-19 pandemic, captain Johnny Sexton said on Tuesday after tough new restrictions were imposed on the country at the start of the week.
LET us spare a thought for the athletes who are again forced to go into seclusion or have to forgo training due to the Covid-19 pandemic worldwide.
Japan’s Dentsu lobbied for and funded campaign for Tokyo games, documents show, despite Olympics contract
TOKYO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Dentsu Inc donated more than $6 million to Tokyo's successful campaign to host the 2020 Olympics, according to bank records seen by Reuters, and it lobbied members of the International Olympic Committee on behalf of the city, according to three people involved in the lobbying. The activities created a potential conflict of interest for the Japanese advertising company, which had a separate contract with the IOC to market the games.
PETALING JAYA: The joint training sessions between the national and independent shuttlers have been put on hold after the Badminton Association Malaysia’s (BAM) imposed strict Covid-19 preventive measures at the Academy Badminton Malaysia (ABM) until Oct 24.
PARIS (Reuters) - Polish teenager Iga Swiatek decided to put off going to university for two years in order to try to make it in tennis - a decision which was richly rewarded on Thursday when she reached the French Open final.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Organisers of the rearranged Tokyo Olympics announced on Wednesday that they will be introducing cost-cutting measures to save 30 billion yen (220 million pounds) as they plan to be a 'role model' for future Games.
PARIS (Reuters) - Two years ago, Nadia Podoroska could not afford to travel to tournaments after her earnings dropped following a wrist injury, but on Tuesday she ensured money would not be a problem for a while.