By Simon Evans MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) – FIFA’s plans for a biennial World Cup face being blocked by European and South American opponents, even if they are given the backing of the majority of
By Humphrey Malalo NAIROBI (Reuters) -Kenyan police said on Thursday they had arrested the husband of distance runner Agnes Tirop, a two-times World Championship bronze medallist who was found dead at
PARIS (Reuters) – Ivory Coast midfielder Souleyman Doumbia said he experienced racism on and off the pitch when he played in Italy five years ago.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – New Zealand captain Sam Cane is poised to play his first test of the season when the All Blacks meet the United States in Washington, D.C. next week, coach Ian Foster said.
(Reuters) -Ons Jabeur will become the first Arab player to crack the top 10 of the world rankings after reaching the Indian Wells semi-finals on Thursday and the Tunisian said she is just getting
MANAUS, Brazil (Reuters) – Raphinha turned in another eye-catching performance for Brazil on Thursday by scoring twice in the home side’s 4-1 victory over Uruguay in a World Cup qualifier.
(Reuters) – Becoming the British No. 1 is a “great bonus,” Cameron Norrie said on Thursday, after stunning Diego Schwartzman 6-0 6-2 to reach his first-ever Masters 1000 semi-final at Indian Wells.
(Reuters) – Deontay Wilder will have surgery on his right hand after his defeat in last weekend’s fight against Briton Tyson Fury, his co-manager told ESPN on Thursday.
By Frank Pingue (Reuters) – Major domestic leagues deserve to have a greater say in whether or not FIFA’s proposal to shift to a biennial World Cup becomes reality, Major League Soccer (MLS)