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SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Nico Hulkenberg will continue as a stand-in for Racing Point at Formula One's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix on Sunday after Mexican Sergio Perez again tested positive for COVID-19, the team said on Friday.
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Mexican Sergio Perez was waiting for the go-ahead to race in Formula One's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix after ending quarantine for COVID-19 on Thursday.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy on Wednesday said golf should stage more of its biggest tournaments at public courses to make the game more accessible.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Joseph Suaalii has "world class" attributes to succeed in rugby sevens but playing at the Tokyo Olympics would be a big ask of the schoolboy prodigy, Australia head coach Tim Walsh said on Tuesday.
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - A half-built hotel and empty grandstands provide the backdrop to the starting grid at Sunday's fan-free British Grand Prix but Silverstone circuit boss Stuart Pringle hopes for a full house next year.
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Formula One teams may need to keep drivers within protective 'bubbles' all season after Sergio Perez contracted COVID-19 following a trip home to Mexico, Racing Point boss Otmar Szafnauer suggested on Friday.
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Racing Point's Sergio Perez, who will miss Sunday's British Grand Prix after becoming the first Formula One driver to test positive for COVID-19, revealed on Friday that he went home to Mexico after the previous race in Hungary.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's Serie A soccer league has deferred a decision over a project to sell a minority stake of its media business, as representatives of the country's top flight clubs have asked for more time to assess private equity fund proposals.
KUALA LUMPUR: National woman bowler Syaidatul Afifah Badrul Hamidi (pic) is recovering from pneumonia but her thoughts are still on the lanes, especially on the Asian Championships in Hong Kong next January.
KABUL (Reuters) - For 16-year-old Negin Afshar, riding a motorbike around a dirt track in Kabul isn't just about the excitement. It is also a way to show that Afghan women can be tough too in a country where concerns are growing that hard-earned rights might be lost.