(Reuters) – Major League Baseball will soon propose health and safety guidelines to the players’…
LONDON (Reuters) – Elite athletes should adhere to government guidelines on social distancing unless an exception has been made when they restart training, Britain said in guidance for how sports can resume after the coronavirus lockdown.
A vending machine that dispenses masks made by Razer is seen in Singapore in May…
TOKYO (Reuters) – A 28-year-old sumo wrestler infected with the novel coronavirus has died, becoming the first sumo wrestler to die from the deadly virus, the Japan Sumo Association announced on Wednesday.
(Reuters) – This year’s international athletics season will begin with a Continental Tour Gold event…
MUMBAI (Reuters) – The French Open, which was postponed to September from May due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, could be held without fans, the organisers of the claycourt Grand Slam have said.
NEW TAIPEI, Taiwan (Reuters) – Taiwan reopened baseball games to a limited number of fans on Friday for the first time since controls were imposed to limit the spread of the coronavirus, part of government efforts to slowly allow normal life to resume.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – A court asked the Indian government on Friday to respond to a challenge against its order for compulsory use of a contact tracing app by public and private sector employees returning to work amid the world’s biggest coronavirus lockdown.
(Reuters) – The main event of Saturday’s UFC 249 card in Florida is billed as being for the interim lightweight title but Tony Ferguson says he should be considered the real champion if he beats opponent Justin Gaethje.
(Reuters) – This year’s World Amateur Team Championships (WATC), scheduled for October, have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Golf Federation (IGF) said on Tuesday.
MUMBAI (Reuters) – U.S. Open champion Bianca Andreescu has discovered a powerful tool to compensate for limited training opportunities amid the COVID-19 lockdown as the Canadian teenager remains focused on her goal to climb to the top of the women’s rankings.
SEOUL (Reuters) – As Mo Chang-min of South Korean baseball club NC Dinos tossed the bat after knocking the ball over the fence for the season’s first back-to-back home-runs on Tuesday, elated American fans watching the game on ESPN flocked to social media.