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SAPPORO, Japan (Reuters) - Tokyo Olympic organisers acknowledged on Tuesday that Sapporo residents were concerned about a marathon test event being held in the northern Japanese city amid a rise in COVID-19 cases and said they were implementing measures to hold the event safely.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One's 'Paddock Club' hospitality has gone from vroom to Zoom in the age of COVID-19 and it looks like the virtual version is here to stay with the sport excited by the revenue potential.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday no action was off the table to stop the planned breakaway European Super League by 12 soccer clubs, saying the government was exploring all options including new laws.
(Reuters) - Former Wimbledon semi-finalist Roberto Bautista Agut predicted a great future for Jannik Sinner after going down to the Italian teenager for the second straight time in the last few weeks.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Some of the world's best surfers, including twice world champion John John Florence, are enjoying the relative freedom of life in Australia as they resume their preparations for surfing's Olympic debut at a World Surf League event this week.
(Reuters) - American tennis player Christian Harrison has been fined $3,000 by the ATP after refusing to take part in a mandatory on-court interview at the Delray Beach Open in Florida as it required him to wear a mask.
CHAMONIX, France (Reuters) - Business owners at France's Chamonix ski resort, their earnings slashed because of the COVID-19 lockdown, are worried they might not be able to welcome back skiers at all before the snows melt and the season ends.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Brisbane will go into three days of strict lockdown later on Friday as the government tries to contain a more contagious variant of COVID-19, raising more doubts about the Gabba hosting next week's fourth cricket test between Australia and India.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Cricket Australia boss Nick Hockley has dismissed speculation that India is weighing a boycott of the fourth test in Brisbane over the need to re-enter strict quarantine conditions.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - India's cricketers and staff have been cleared of COVID-19 following reports some of the team's players breached health protocols while on tour in Australia.