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(Reuters) - Billy Vunipola could miss England's Six Nations campaign after suffering a suspected broken arm during Saracens' Champions Cup match against Racing 92 on Sunday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Saracens have apologised for the "mistakes" made in relation to the salary cap regulations and accepted their imposed relegation from the English Premiership at the end of the season.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Cricket is barely on the radar in Japan, where baseball, soccer and sumo wrestling dominate the sporting landscape, but all that could be about to change after its under-19 (U-19) team qualified for the World Cup in South Africa.
MEMBERS of the public can witness the thrilling showdown of various combat sports at the twelfth season of “We’re On Our Own” Any Martial Art Fighting Championship (AMAFC) come January 18 at Citta Mall.
WITH more senior players added to the injury list, surely there will be questions on whether Liverpool can maintain their current hot streak.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Emily Overholt spent time in hospital for depression after the 2016 Rio Olympics and even contemplated giving up swimming but the Canadian's smile has returned and her eyes are set firmly on the Tokyo Games.
(Reuters) - Italy's most-capped rugby player Sergio Parisse will get a chance to finish his 18-year career in front of his home fans at this year's Six Nations tournament when the Italians play Scotland and England at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
PETALING JAYA: Tenaga Nasional goalkeeper S. Kumar is looking to celebrate his 20th year in the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) by winning a double in 2020.
PETALING JAYA: For a top-class athlete, it takes a herculean effort to return to the same form after a long period of inactivity due to injuries.
PETALING JAYA: It’s the time of the year when athletes go on a break, especially those coming off a year-end assignment.