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SPORTS schools are normally busy in the month of October and November when the national trials begin for the new intake.
(Reuters) - England have withdrawn their men's and women's teams from next month's tour of Pakistan, the country's cricket board (ECB) said on Monday, three days after New Zealand abandoned their tour https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/new-zealand-unilaterally-suspends-odi-series-pakistan-after-security-alert-2021-09-17 of the country amid security concerns.
LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) -Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson struck a rare Champions League goal to earn his side a 3-2 victory over AC Milan in a rip-roaring Group B opener at a rocking Anfield on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Sophia Popov has embraced her status as the defending champion at the AIG Women's Open at Carnoustie this week, telling reporters on Tuesday that she is ready to build on her fairytale triumph from last year.
SAPPORO, Japan (Reuters) - Italy's Massimo Stano won the Olympic men's 20km race walk in Sapporo on Thursday.
(Reuters) - British taekwondo athlete Jade Jones said she is petrified by the prospect of COVID-19 ruining her chances of winning a third Olympic gold medal, but her "anti-social" nature means she has a ready excuse to keep distance from people and stay safe.
LONDON: Young Londoners getting their first vaccine jabs this week will be entered in a draw to win tickets for the Euro 2020 football final, the city’s mayor announced.
GREAT athletes will not back down even when the odds are heavily stacked against them.
LONDON (Reuters) - Japan's world number two Naomi Osaka must take the time to be in a "safe space" and seek help to figure out the dilemma she finds herself in, according to American tennis great Chris Evert.