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BERLIN (Reuters) - The handover of power at the Tokyo Olympic organising committee to Seiko Hashimoto from Yoshiro Mori has been seamless with Hashimoto showing she is fully prepared to take on the job, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Wednesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - In just a week, the metamorphosis was complete: former Japanese prime minister Yoshiro Mori went from being a political asset seen as vital to the Tokyo Olympics' success to a liability threatening the already cloudy outlook for the Summer Games.
FORMER IMG senior vice-president and managing director, Grant Slack has been elevated to executive vice-president and managing director, Golf Events.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - U.S. private equity firm Silver Lake is in advanced talks to acquire a minority stake in the commercial activities of New Zealand Rugby, home of the world-renowned All Blacks team, a source with knowledge of the negotiations told Reuters.
(Reuters) - Football clubs in England are being at best being ignored and at worst victimised by the UK government during the COVID-19 pandemic, English Football League (EFL) chairman Rick Parry has said.
(Reuters) - Williams' deputy team principal Claire Williams has said she will remain in charge at the former Formula One champions for the time being after the team was sold to new owners last week.
THE Asia-Pacific Golf Confederation (APGC) Senior Amateur Championship has fallen victim to the Covid-19 pandemic and cancelled for this year.
IN a move seen as one to bolster its portfolio, the region’s leading circuit has announced three additions to “Asian Tour Destinations”.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Work on the A$730 million (400.65 million pounds)rebuild of the Sydney Football Stadium will get underway in earnest this week and is on schedule for completion in September 2022, the New South Wales government said on Wednesday.
Manchester City lost 1-2 away to Chelsea, handing Liverpool FC their first Premier League title and ending their 30-year wait to be crowned champions of English football.