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PETALING JAYA: Athletes and officials from specific sports who will leave early for the Hanoi SEA Games from May 12-23 are required to undergo a seven-day sports bubble.
(Reuters) - Cricketers will not be allowed to use saliva to shine the ball while the rarely used but entirely permissible "Mankad" method of dismissing batters will not be listed under unfair play in new laws approved by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC).
(Reuters) - England's Ben Stokes feared it "might be the end" after he almost choked on a tablet while alone in his hotel room ahead of the Ashes.
SEPANG: The country’s para athletes are ready to keep the Malaysian flag flying high at the Paralympic Games from Aug 24-Sept 5 in Tokyo.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo Olympics organisers on Sunday reported 18 new Games-related COVID-19 cases including one athlete, bringing the total Games-linked number since July 1 to 259.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo Olympics organisers on Friday reported 27 new Games-related COVID-19 cases, including three athletes.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Spain's women's hockey coach Adrian Lock was expecting to be bawling out instructions at his players from the sidelines at the Tokyo Olympics but has instead been left watching their progress on a laptop in a quarantine hotel after a positive COVID-19.
TOKYO (Reuters) -One of the alternate, or replacement, gymnasts for the U.S. team has tested positive for the coronavirus, but the main team has moved to separate accommodation and is continuing preparation for the Olympics, USA Gymnastics said on Monday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -South Africa have confirmed three positive COVID-19 cases in their soccer squad for the Olympic Games in Tokyo, including players Thabiso Monyane and Kamohelo Mahlatsi.