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ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Wearing a bright green helmet, cyclist Andy Costa weaves a dangerous path through trucks barrelling down the streets of Abidjan in the Ivory Coast.
LONDON (Reuters) - Active travel is booming in Britain as millions of commuters, shoppers and schoolchildren get on their bikes to avoid confined spaces on public transport during the COVID-19 pandemic, data from the fitness tracker app Strava showed on Wednesday.
LISBON (Reuters) - It is arguably the biggest sports event of this COVID-infected year -- eight of Europe's top teams in a knockout tournament over 12 days in the Portuguese capital, with the Champions League winner to be crowned at the final on Aug. 23.
LONDON (Reuters) - Former world heavyweight champion boxer David Haye launched a face mask on Thursday that he hopes will prove a stylish and eco-friendly way to protect people in gyms, shops and ringside, as the sport tries to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - A plan to allow supporters back into football matches in Rio de Janeiro from July 10 could be canceled if authorities cannot guarantee the safety of fans and officials, the city's mayor said on Tuesday.
TROY Deeney asks a very reasonable question: why is he not allowed to get a haircut but he is allowed to go back to training and in a few weeks play full contact football?
THE German Bundesliga returned to action last weekend, the first of the major European leagues to resume following the suspensions caused by the Covid-19 outbreak. The games were played behind closed doors with fans prevented from attending as part of restrictions that remain in place across most of the world.
KANIN, Slovenia (Reuters) - Hundreds of skiers hit the slopes at Slovenia's highest ski resort on Sunday after it reopened following a coronavirus lockdown that lasted nearly two months.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain could experience a transport revolution sparked by the coronavirus pandemic with up to 14 million people ready to swap cars for bikes, British Cycling believes.