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(Reuters) - Tests on 167 people have proved negative for coronavirus after they were feared to have been exposed to two infected Italian participants of the UAE Tour, Abu Dhabi's health department (DoH-AD) has said.
GWANGJU, South Korea (Reuters) - The executive director of swimming' s governing body FINA Cornel Marculescu said on Sunday he hoped there would be no repeat of the podium protests that marred the world championships this week and that athletes would lose their medals if there was.
KUALA LUMPUR: Some licenced clubs in Malaysia have not paid their players for months and many have criticised the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) for allowing these teams to compete in the league.
LONDON (Reuters) - Botswana's Isaac Makwala was cleared to run in the men's 200 metres at the World Athletics Championships on Wednesday by the IAAF which had previously barred him for medical reasons - and celebrated his reprieve by qualifying for the semi-finals.
LONDON (Reuters) - Botswana's Isaac Makwala was refused entry to the London Stadium on Tuesday after earlier being withdrawn from the night's 400 metres final at the World Championships after falling victim to an outbreak of sickness that has hit scores of competitors.
LONDON (Reuters) - The London hotel at the centre of an outbreak of sickness that has struck down scores of competitors at the World Athletics Championships said on Tuesday it was not the source of the illness.
GEORGE TOWN: Teen prodigies Goh Jin Wei (badminton) and Bryan Teoh (golf) have been given the blessings by the state to skip the biennial Sukma to represent Malaysia in world-class competitions.
MIAMI (Reuters) - The Caribbean has been at the epicentre of the corruption scandal that has rocked FIFA, but the head of the region's football body said there is no reason why another of their officials could not be the next head of region's troubled confederation, CONCACAF.
For those weary of players diving in the penalty area, rolling around on the pitch after minor fouls or brandishing imaginary yellow cards in the referee’s face, the Women’s World Cup has been a breath of fresh air.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Athletics Federation (VFLA) President Valentin Balakhnichev, who is standing down this month, will continue the fight against the German television company which alleged there was systematic doping in Russian sport, he said on Friday.