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Forest Green appoint first woman to manage English men's academy

LONDON (Reuters) - Fourth tier side Forest Green Rovers appointed Hannah Dingley on Thursday as the first woman to manage a club academy in English men's league soccer.


Tsitsipas aims higher after semi-final success

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Having already achieved his 2019 goal of reaching a Grand Slam semi-final, Greek sensation Stefanos Tsitsipas is thrilled that he can now set the bar even higher at the Australian Open.


Kohli's India shed 'poor traveller' tag Down Under

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India justified their top ranking with their breakthrough overseas win in Australia on Monday and captain Virat Kohli has reasons to be optimistic about leading a team which can dominate test cricket for years to come.


How one humble English club is greening up soccer

LONDON (Reuters) - Tucked away in the leafy Cotswold hills, English fourth-tier club Forest Green Rovers rarely make sporting headlines, but have become unlikely trailblazers for something more pressing than three points on a Saturday afternoon.


Global body pleased with Asian convention

THE 7th Asia Golf Tourism Convention (AGTC) was held in Manila, the Philippines and left International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO) chief executive Peter Walton to declare it “a huge success”.


Azarenka looks forward to special Wimbledon after son's birth

(Reuters) - Victoria Azarenka is still coming to grips with carrying a stroller around with her tennis rackets when she travels to tournaments these days, but is looking forward to a special Wimbledon after arriving with an "extra member" in tow.

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New research finds low risk of Zika virus at Olympics

CHICAGO (Reuters) - New research attempting to calculate the risk of the Zika virus at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro may reassure organizers and many of the more than 500,000 athletes and fans expected to travel to the epicentre of the epidemic.