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(Reuters) - The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) and FIFPRO, the global players' union, have called on football's lawmakers to consider launching trials into temporary concussion substitutes to better protect players who suffer head injuries.
(Reuters) - When each Formula One car generates more than a million data points per second from 300 sensors, teams need serious computing power to trawl through the data to help them make split-second decisions in a sport where milliseconds make a big difference.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Karmichael Hunt's storied football career could be set for another chapter with the Australian dual code international expected to return to the Brisbane Broncos 12 years after leaving the National Rugby League side.
TOKYO (Reuters) -A senior Japanese ruling party official said on Thursday that cancelling this year's Olympics in Tokyo remains an option if the coronavirus crisis becomes too dire, dropping a bomb on a hot-button issue and sending social media into a frenzy.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has warned that the intensity of the domestic Super Rugby Aotearoa competition is not sustainable after All Blacks midfielder Jack Goodhue was ruled out for the entire 2021 season with a serious knee injury.
KUALA LUMPUR: The prayers of the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) have been answered as the national footballers will be vaccinated before they head to the United Arab Emirates for the 2022 World Cup-2023 Asian Cup qualifiers in June.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Pakistan captain Babar Azam ended India counterpart Virat Kohli's more than three-year reign as the top ranked one-day batsman in the latest official rankings published on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - While most Japanese residents remain opposed to the Tokyo Games going ahead in 100 days' time, the International Olympic Committee hopes the mood will shift when people realise how much emphasis has been placed on minimizing the risk of COVID-19 infections.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian swimming will check its progress in the leadup to the Olympics at national championships on the Gold Coast this week with swimmers adapting to the Tokyo Games' scheduling.