SAMARA, Russia (Reuters) – FIFA warned on Wednesday that a huge amount of work still needs to be done to get the stadium in Samara ready for the World Cup which kicks off on June 14.
By Steve Keating
(Reuters) – Chicago has joined Vancouver in pulling out of the chance to be a host city in a joint United State-Canada-Mexico bid for the 2026 World Cup, citing uncertainty over potential costs and
MOSCOW (Reuters) – It does not matter if British officials boycott the soccer World Cup, which will be hosted by Russia, Interfax news agency cited Russian Football Union Vice President Nikita
(Reuters) – Italy’s Olympic champion Sofia Goggia won the women’s World Cup downhill title by three points on Wednesday despite finishing second to Lindsey Vonn at the season-ending showpiece in Are.
KVITFJELL, Norway,(Reuters) – Germany’s Thomas Dressen piped Switzerland’s Beat Feuz to win the men’s downhill at Kvitfjell on Saturday, just as he did at Kitzbuehel two months ago.
(Reuters) – American Mikaela Shiffrin claimed a second successive overall Alpine skiing World Cup title when she finished third in the giant slalom race at Ofterschwang on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) – The proposed radical revamp of the Davis Cup format to create an end-of-season tennis World Cup would be welcomed by the players, according to Croatia’s former U.S.
By Brian Homewood