By Kiyoshi Takenaka (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga told the United Nations General Assembly on Friday Japan is determined to host the Tokyo Olympics in 2021 after the games were
IMOLA, Italy (Reuters) – Pre-race favourite Filippo Ganna won his maiden individual time trial world title on home soil as the Italian crushed his rivals over 32 kilometres on Friday.
DOHA (Reuters) – Swedish pole vaulter Armand ‘Mondo’ Duplantis completed a perfect season when he beat world champion Sam Kendricks at the Doha Diamond League meeting on Friday, the last of a campaign
PARIS (Reuters) – Fresh from becoming the newest member of the elite Grand Slam winners’ club Dominic Thiem knows he can ill afford any hangover as he prepares for the Grand Slam that he most desires.
By Njeri Mwangi NAIROBI (Reuters) – Keysha Atiki is only 10 but she can already lift her own weight as she trains with a weightlifting coach who once competed in the Olympics – her grandmother.
PARIS (Reuters) – Rafa Nadal may have won the French Open a record 12 times but the Spaniard feels this year’s conditions will be the most difficult he has ever faced at Roland Garros and mean he must
By Alan Baldwin (Reuters) – Valtteri Bottas set the practice pace on Friday for a Russian Grand Prix that could see Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton equal Michael Schumacher’s all-time record of 91
PARIS (Reuters) – If one player is going to miss massive crowds at the French Open, it is Gael Monfils, a former Roland Garros semi-finalist who will struggle to hit his stride in an almost-empty
By Martyn Herman (Reuters) – Former world number one Victoria Azarenka has questioned why the French Open is allowing spectators to attend the two-week tournament despite rising COVID-19 infection