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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - More players were forced into hard quarantine ahead of the Australian Open with officials confirming on Monday that four additional participants, including an athlete, tested positive for COVID-19 among those arriving in Melbourne.
PETALING JAYA: World No. 7 mixed pair Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying are sticking to their semi-final targets in the back-to-back Thailand Opens, which kick off next week.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian authorities are asking fans at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) not to cheer too loudly during the third test against India next week as the city grapples with an outbreak of COVID-19.
TABOAO DA SERRA, Brazil (Reuters) - When the women's team of Taboao da Serra lost a league match 29-0 last month it looked like things could hardly get much worse for the small club based outside Brazil's biggest city Sao Paulo.
PETALING JAYA: It’s never too late to chase one’s dream, even if it seems impossible. Ask Chan Wan Seong. The man is a living testament of the aged old cry of nothing being impossible.
LONDON (Reuters) - England's Nations League game against Iceland will take place at Wembley Stadium next week after the visitors were granted a travel exemption by the UK government, the soccer governing body said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Honda's exit from Formula One at the end of next year is bad news for all motorsport, the founder of the electric Formula E series Alejandro Agag said on Friday.
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.