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LONDON (Reuters) - Sport is 'floating on a sea of high-carbon sponsorship' with soccer top of the league for deals with car makers, airlines and fossil fuel companies, according to a study published this week.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas has every reason to rejoice on Sunday after MotoGP rider Fabio Quartararo won in Barcelona and Petronas Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas earned his second win of the season in Formula 1 in Russia.
(Reuters) - Jim Thorpe, a two-time Olympic gold medallist and formidable American football and baseball player, was one of the greatest U.S. athletes of all time but the public often failed to recognise him as one of their own during his lifetime.
KUALA LUMPUR: International motor racing could be back at the Sepang International Circuit (SIC) as early as September, pending approvals from the relevant stakeholders and the improving Covid-19 situation.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing movement control order (MCO) to control it will inevitably result in loss of revenue for Sepang International Circuit (SIC). Chief executive officer Azhan Shafriman Hanif, who took over from Datuk Razlan Razali earlier this month, talks to StarSport’s LIM TEIK HUAT on his plans to overcome the setback and steer the home of Malaysian motorsports to greater heights.
LONDON (Reuters) - State-owned Saudi Aramco announced a long-term global sponsorship deal with Formula One on Tuesday in what could also be another step towards the country eventually hosting a grand prix.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Major concerts and sporting events in Gulf Arab states have been cancelled or postponed and Saudi Arabia stepped up health screening measures in response to the spreading coronavirus.
PARIS (Reuters) - After becoming the first sport to ban Tramadol, cycling is looking to use the same "health reasons" justification to prohibit the use of corticosteroids by 2020, International Cycling Union (UCI) president David Lappartient told Reuters.
PARIS (Reuters) - Team Sky's takeover by chemical giant Ineos raises questions on financial fair play in cycling as the new outfit is expected to increase its monetary advantage over rival teams.