Football | Löw to quit as Germany coach after European Championship

Germany coach Joachim Löw will step down after this year’s European Championship, bringing forward his previous plan to quit after the next World Cup. The German soccer federation said yesterday that

Football | European clubs target global fans with Champions League plan

European soccer clubs were urged Monday to support a Champions League expansion plan and help please a new type of global fans who have different supporting habits. A UEFA-led proposal to

Twenty20 cricket | NZ beats Australia by 7 wickets, wins T20 series 3-2

Ish Sodhi led a concerted attack by New Zealand’s spin bowlers before Martin Guptill smashed a quickfire 71 runs to set up a seven-wicket win over Australia in the fifth

Wrestling | O’Neal ready to rumble in tag team match

Hack-a-Shaq is coming to All Elite Wrestling. Shaquille O’Neal may again absorb some intentional hits in his tag team match this week. The 7-foot-1 basketball Hall of Famer gets his chance

Football | Chinese champion Jiangsu FC says it will ‘cease operations’

Chinese Super League champion Jiangsu FC announced it would “cease operations” with immediate effect, just three months after winning its first title. Nanjing-based Jiangsu, which is owned by retail giant Suning

Auckland Covid outbreak hits cricket, sailing, rugby

The fourth Twenty20 cricket international between New Zealand and Australia has been shifted and the first weekend of racing in the America’s Cup sailing match has been postponed after new

Golf | Analysis: Tiger Woods survives but his career might not

The sheared-off front of the wrecked SUV told part of the story, and the officers on the scene filled in the rest. Tiger Woods was lucky to be alive, they

Football | Champions League: Chelsea tops Atlético in CL with Giroud’s bicycle-kick goal

  Atletico 0, Chelsea 1 After his great overhead kick found the net to break the deadlock in a difficult match, all Olivier Giroud could do was wait. And wait and wait. Giroud’s 68th-minute

Football | Man City earns 18th straight win, Spurs lose again in Premier League

Exactly three months ago, Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham was outwitting Manchester City to go top of the Premier League and leave Pep Guardiola doubting the direction he was taking his slumping

Tennis | Djokovic beats Medvedev for 9th Australian Open, 18th Slam

Novak Djokovic’s Australian Open dominance is intact — nine finals, nine championships. And he keeps gaining on Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the Grand Slam standings, now up to 18

After 170 years, the America’s Cup still eludes Britain

Britain’s attempt to recover the America’s Cup sailing trophy after 170 years has again ended in failure, this time on the opposite side of the world from where the Cup

Motosport: Faye Ho collaborates with Roadhouse to support Irish racer McCormack

McCormack, a racer in the Macau Grand Prix, will ride for entrepreneur Faye Ho’s FHO Racing BMW, along with Roadhouse, in a partnership for the 11 round BSB series. Through this

Football | Bayern beats Al Ahly to reach Club World Cup final

Al Ahly 0, Bayern 2 Robert Lewandowski scored twice as Bayern Munich cruised into the Club World Cup final with a controlled 2-0 win over Egyptian club Al Ahly yesterday . Bayern

Snowboarding | World championships moved to Aspen from China

The snowboarding world championships were moved yesterday from China to the United States because of travel restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic. The International Ski Federation said Aspen will stage slopestyle,

Tokyo 2020 | Opposition remains strong to Olympic Games after Mori remarks

Public opposition remains strong in Japan to holding the postponed Tokyo Olympics following derogatory remarks about women made last week by the head of the local organizing committee. A telephone survey

The tennis crowd: players thrive with fans back in Australia

Novak Djokovic was about to respond to a question about Australian Open crowds when he paused, thought for a moment, and then asked an official if fans were still allowed

Football | Man United beats Southampton by landslide, ties biggest EPL win

Man U 9, Southampton 0 Manchester United beat nine-man Southampton 9-0 yesterday to tie the biggest margin of victory in a Premier League match. It came 15 months after Southampton lost

Football | Atlético forward João Félix tests positive for Covid-19

Portugal forward João Félix has tested positive for the coronavirus, Atlético Madrid said yesterday. The club said the 21-year-old player is in isolation at home and is following the recommendations of

Football | FIFA pledges taking no health risks in World Cup qualifiers

With 3,000 soccer players due to travel internationally for World Cup qualifying games next month, FIFA President Gianni Infantino said yesterday all will conform to health rules in the

Tokyo 2021 | Japan extends emergency amid vaccine, Olympic uncertainty

Japan announced yesterday that it is extending a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and nine other areas through March 7. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s announcement of the one-month extension comes

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