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SEOUL (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur striker Son Heung-min will be exposed to tear gas, undertake live-fire drills and go on a 30km loaded march during three weeks of intense military training in South Korea this month, a Marine Corps official told Reuters on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Ferrari's Charles Leclerc was a dominant winner on his Formula One esports debut on Sunday while World Cup-winning England cricketer Ben Stokes brought up the rear in a virtual Vietnam Grand Prix.
LONDON (Reuters) - McLaren Formula One driver Lando Norris fulfilled a fundraising pledge by shaving his head live on his Twitch streaming channel on Thursday, even if he stopped short of becoming "Baldo Norris".
(Reuters) - Streaming service DAZN Group has told sports leagues it will not pay rights fees for any suspended or cancelled games amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to a source familiar with the matter.
LONDON (Reuters) - McLaren Formula One driver Lando Norris will have to shave his head after raising more than $10,000 from esports racing in the fight against coronavirus.
LONDON (Reuters) - Parents with captive children may wince at the 'broken vase potential' of them copying Max Whitlock and using the sofa as an improvised Pommel Horse, but they might thank the two-time Olympic champion in the weeks ahead as he brings gym classes straight to the living room.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - When the mighty Indian cricket board decided this week that only the chief among its national selectors would travel business class, it merely confirmed straitened times for the game amid the coronavirus outbreak.
(Reuters) - Football Manager, the video game that has diehard football fans spending hours glued to their screens as they manage virtual teams, will be free to play for a week as more people self-isolate due to the coronavirus pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: The national badminton team can finally afford a long break – but it’s one that they are not looking forward to.
(Reuters) - With football matches cancelled across Europe to stop the spread of the coronavirus, La Liga players Borja Iglesias and Sergio Reguilon found a novel way to attract 60,000 online fans - by battling out a thrilling Seville derby on the FIFA 20 videogame.