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LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives said on Friday they planned to invest 550 million pounds in grassroots soccer as part of plans for a bid to host the 2030 World Cup if they win next week's election.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - Paris, host of the 2024 Olympics, is free to take any action in relation to Airbnb, after the city's mayor Anne Hidalgo took issue with a deal between the rental company and the International Olympic Committee, IOC President Thomas Bach said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The police commander in charge of operations at the 1989 Hillsborough soccer stadium crush that killed 96 Liverpool supporters was found not guilty of manslaughter on Thursday.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Sonny Bill Williams, the world's highest-paid rugby player and the sport's biggest name, has in recent weeks visited Japan, New Zealand, Australia and England.
PARIS (Reuters) - French state-controlled power group EDF said on Tuesday it had become an official partner for the Paris 2024 Olympics.
PARIS (Reuters) - The mayor of Paris, due to host the Olympics in 2024, has taken issue with a sponsorship deal between the Games and Airbnb Inc., saying the short-term rental firm pushes working people out of the housing market, French media reported on Tuesday.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italian forward Mario Balotelli was allegedly subject to more racist abuse -- something he has suffered throughout his career -- during Brescia's 2-1 defeat by Verona in Serie A on Sunday.
MILAN (Reuters) - Serie A club Verona have been handed a one-match partial stadium closure over the racist abuse suffered by Brescia forward Mario Balotelli on Sunday while the club themselves have banned one of their leading ultras for more than 10 years.
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Formula One has hurdles to overcome if it is to have a race in Miami in May 2021, the sport's chairman Chase Carey said on Wednesday after new planning obstacles emerged.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Scottish Rugby have questioned whether misconduct charges levelled at them for their comments about the potential cancellation of their World Cup clash against Japan last weekend were "appropriate".