Football | Atalanta, Atlético complete Champions League lineup

For the first time in history only five countries will be represented in the last 16 of the Champions League. Atalanta and Atlético Madrid became the

Russian boxers to boycott Olympics if sanctions not lifted

Russian boxers will only take part in the Tokyo Olympics if doping sanctions forcing them to compete as neutral athletes are overturned, the general secretary of

Football | English clubs on the march again in the Champions League

The English are on the march again in the Champions League. Liverpool and Chelsea completed a sweep of Premier League clubs into the knockout stage of

Baseball | Balkovec looks forward to breaking barrier as hitting coach

Rachel Balkovec wants to be a hit with the New York Yankees — and the way to do that is to help their minor leaguers get

Football | France coach Deschamps signs new contract until end of 2022

France coach Didier Deschamps has extended his contract until 2022, giving him a chance to defend the World Cup title. Since taking charge after

RUGBY ACADEMY | Impressive Bats U12 performance at HK festival

Last week Sunday saw the Macau Bats compete in the Flying Kukri’s rugby festival at King’s Park, Hong Kong. The Bats had entered teams in the

Boxing | Joshua set to defend heavyweight titles at Tottenham stadium

Anthony Joshua is set for a London homecoming to start his second reign as world heavyweight champion, with his next fight likely to take place at the

Russia banned from global sports for four years

The Russian flag and national anthem were banned from next year’s Tokyo Olympics and other major sports events for four years yesterday. Russia’s hosting of world

Figure skating | Hanyu, Chen face off at Grand Prix Finals

Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu owns the last two Olympic gold medals. No man has won three in a row. American Nathan Chen owns the last two world

Boxing | Joshua out to regain aura, belts in rematch

Anthony Joshua didn’t just lose three world heavyweight titles and an undefeated record when he was beaten by Andy Ruiz Jr. in one of boxing’s biggest upsets in a generation. He

Football | Ronaldo crowned Italian league player of the year

Cristiano Ronaldo was named the Italian league’s player of the year yesterday following his debut season at Juventus. Ronaldo was at the Gran Gala del Calcio in Milan to collect

Rugby Australia signs Melbourne Storm’s Vunivalu

Melbourne Storm winger Suliasi Vunivalu has signed with the Queensland Reds and Rugby Australia in a code-switch that could re-unite the flyer with his former teammate Marika Koroibete in the

Football | Inter leapfrogs Juventus to top Serie A as Bianconeri draw

A teenage goalkeeper restricted Juventus to a 2-2 draw at home to Sassuolo yesterday (Macau time) which dropped the eight-time defending champion into second place. Juventus needed Cristiano Ronaldo’s penalty to

Golf | Larrazabal stumbles, then rallies to win in South Africa

Pablo Larrazábal won the European Tour’s season-opening Alfred Dunhill Championship after losing a three-shot overnight lead and then making three birdies on his last four holes for a 3-over 75

Hamilton cruises to victory at season-ending Abu Dhabi GP

World champion Lewis Hamilton cruised to victory from pole position at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday, capping another stellar season with an 11th win and 84th overall. The six-time

Boxing | Gervonta Davis taking step up in pursuit of superstardom

Gervonta Davis wrapped both arms around his 1-year-old daughter, whispering in her ear and revealing a tender side as he promoted his next bout. In the

Golf | European Tour lets players wear shorts for first time

Golfers were allowed to wear shorts during a European Tour event for the first time yesterday because of sweltering temperatures. The decision to relax rules

Football | Ibrahimovic buys stake in Swedish soccer team Hammarby

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is back in Swedish soccer, not as a player but as the part-owner of a club. The country’s biggest sports star outlined his

Sailing | Ben Ainslie adds SailGP to his America’s Cup chase

Sailing star Sir Ben Ainslie and his main America’s Cup sponsor are taking over the British team for the second season of the SailGP global league. It’s an interesting crossover for

Japan looking for big ‘medal bounce’ as Olympic host nation

Countries playing host to the Olympics usually get a medal “bounce,” pushed by cheering fans and the advantage of being at home. Mitsugi Ogata also brought up the opposite possibility —

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