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LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin said he will ensure 3,000 trees are planted for every victory by his team over the rest of the season to highlight the need to tackle climate change.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The days of English football's once notorious drinking culture are long gone and few professionals would now list the once obligatory 'steak and chips' as their favourite meal but things are moving to a different level entirely when it comes to what players used to call 'looking after yourself'.
(Reuters) - Tough-tackling midfielder Graeme Souness was the engine room of Liverpool's great team of the late 1970s and early '80s and the no-nonsense Scot made a huge impression on and off the pitch.
KEEP your chin up, maintain a positive outlook and observe a decent semblance of physical fitness – these are some of the key things professional Malaysian golfer Kemarol Baharin is adhering to during the movement control order.
(Reuters) - The anti-coronavirus lockdown may have left plenty of Britons ready to scale their walls in frustration, but runner John Griffin has put his pent-up energy to better use - by climbing the height of Mount Everest up his staircase.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The exhibition of the Olympic Flame, due to remain on display in Fukushima until the end of the month, will be cancelled over coronavirus concerns, the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee announced on Tuesday.
FUKUSHIMA, Japan (Reuters) - It was meant to be the start of a triumphant march to the Tokyo 2020 Games: the torch relay would begin on Thursday in Fukushima, battered by the 2011 earthquake and nuclear disaster, as a poignant symbol of the "Recovery Olympics."
ISHINOMAKI, Japan (Reuters) - An Olympic torch event in Japan drew hundreds of spectators on the day of the flame's arrival on Friday, creating the type of packed gathering the government and Tokyo 2020 organisers have warned against to prevent coronavirus from spreading further.
AIZU WAKAMATSU, Fukushima (Reuters) - The earth in Fukushima still trembled when Yoshihiro Miyamori drove in the dark towards his sake brewery. When he got back after midnight, he found smashed sake bottles and a crack in the wall of the building. It was March 11, 2011.
(Reuters) - A bullet header from Billy Sharp gave Sheffield United a 1-0 win over bottom side Norwich City to lift the Blades to sixth place in the Premier League and move them closer to their dream of European football next season.