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BELLINZONA, Switzerland (Reuters) - Former FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke and Qatari sports and broadcasting executive Nasser Al-Khelaifi go on trial on Monday in the appeals court of Switzerland's federal criminal court, in a bribery case involving World Cup media rights.
(Reuters) - American figure skating champion Mariah Bell is proof that a little bit of madness and "shameless belief" can go a long way in helping a late bloomer stay competitive in an event dominated by teenagers, according to proud coach Adam Rippon.
DOHA (Reuters) - On the outskirts of Doha, low-rise apartment blocks are starting to take shape that will house many of the soccer fans due to descend on the Qatari capital next year for the World Cup 2022.
PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian-born shuttler wins titles for Singapore. A Singapore-born former international sets up a new badminton centre in Malaysia.
TOKYO (Reuters) - When Ariel Torres was 11, he stood with a collection jar at a traffic light, day in and day out, striking karate poses as his father stood next to him holding a sign that read 'Donations for Karate Competition'.
(Reuters) - Former Wimbledon semi-finalist John Isner has called on the ATP Tour to give players a clearer picture of the decision-making process behind cuts to prize money, though the American walked back some of his fiery criticism from last month.
SHEREGESH, Russia (Reuters) - A Siberian ski resort is aiming to replace the Alps as Russians' preferred winter holiday destination this season as travel to many countries remains forbidden because of the coronavirus pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: More moolah will be channeled to athletes and national sports associations affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
BELLINZONA, Switzerland (Reuters) - Former FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke and the chairman of Qatar-based media group BeIN Sports, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, went on trial in Switzerland on Monday over the award of television rights for the World Cup and Confederations Cup.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - World number one Novak Djokovic heads into the U.S. Open as red-hot favourite to win his 18th Grand Slam and has played down the absence of perennial rivals Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.