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SIVERSTONE, England (AP) - The Formula One Teams Association has made a late attempt to resolve its feud with the sport's governing body over rule changes before Friday's deadline to unconditionally enter next season's championship.
LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigeria's football federation (NFF) has signed an agreement with its players which it says will avoid the bonus and pay rows that have blighted the team's past World Cup campaigns.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia captain Lisa de Vanna has broken ranks from team mates who have resolved to boycott two matches against the United States women's football team in protest against pay and conditions.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Improving pay and conditions for Australia's disgruntled women's team would require the country's top male players to give up a portion of their incomes, the country's FA boss David Gallop said on Monday.
DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar inaugurated the first of seven new World Cup 2022 stadiums on Thursday, just weeks before a crucial FIFA summit will decide whether to expand the tournament and potentially push it beyond the tiny Gulf state's borders to accommodate a larger format.
(Reuters) - FIFA will advance $2 million in prize money to each of the five African teams that have qualified for the World Cup to help them prepare for the tournament, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) said.
Cricket-mad India rejoiced after its cricket team registered a historic maiden Test win on Pakistan soil.
LONDON, Nov 8 (Reuters) - Staging the 2017 world championships in London would complete the circle following the 2012 Olympic Games in the capital and go a long way to fulfilling Britain's athletics legacy promise, UK Athletics chairman Ed Warner said on Tuesday.
MONACO (Reuters) - London will fulfil a promise of a legacy for track and field following next year's Olympics after it was chosen to host the 2017 world athletics championships on Friday by beating Doha for the right to stage the global showpiece for the first time.
LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal can complete a quick double over managerless Cardiff City and consolidate their position at the top of the table when the relentless Premier League holiday schedule continues on New Year's Day.