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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will do everything possible to block a new European soccer Super League and is examining options to penalise the six English teams that have signed up, sports minister Oliver Dowden said on Monday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The International Skating Union (ISU) on Wednesday lost its bid to overturn an EU antitrust order that it stop penalising speed skaters for taking part in new money-spinning events, as Europe's second-highest court backed the earlier order.
MADRID (Reuters) - Riders in the Vuelta a Espana on Sunday criticised a change to the time gap rule implemented by UCI judges at the end of Friday's stage 10, which led to a change in the overall leader.
PETALING JAYA: The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) have given the assurance that they will be impartial in the dispute between Malaysian international Mohamadou Sumareh and the Pahang Football Association (PFA).
PETALING JAYA: Pahang’s wantaway winger Mohamadou Sumareh will be hauled to court after it was revealed that he may be joining Thai Premier League outfit Police Tero FC.
WITH the new season of the English Premier League starting in a week’s time, StarSport is introducing “Saturday Sidelines”, a weekly column where our StarSport journalists and guest writers from the local football fraternity talk about selected matches and likely scorelines.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A Human Rights Watch report has found child athletes in Japan often suffer physical and verbal abuse and sometimes sexual abuse during training after documenting the experiences of over 800 athletes in 50 sports.
LONDON (Reuters) - England coach Eddie Jones says he did not hesitate to agree to having his temporary 25% pay cut made permanent as the Rugby Football Union (RFU) battles to deal with a financial crisis brought about by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One's governing body suspected Ferrari's engine was not always operating within the rules last year but lacked conclusive evidence, the FIA said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Seven of Formula One's 10 teams united in a joint statement on Wednesday threatening legal action against a confidential settlement between the governing FIA and Ferrari over the Italian team's 2019 power unit.