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Golf-Koepka confirms he will play in Ryder Cup

(Reuters) - Four-times major winner Brooks Koepka confirmed his participation in next week's Ryder Cup, after his commitment to the competition was called into question. Read More


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Soccer-FIFA says survey shows majority of fans back more frequent World Cups

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - FIFA says it has fan backing for the much-criticised plan to shift to a biennial World Cup after releasing a summary of the results of an opinion survey of supporters. More »


Tennis-Lengthy toilet breaks may soon be thing of the past

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Inordinately long toilets breaks or medical timeouts at critical moments could soon be a thing of the past in men's tennis with the ATP Tour planning to impose stricter rules, a source at the men's governing body told Reuters. More »


Soccer-England push France out of top three in FIFA men's rankings

(Reuters) - Euro 2020 finalists England pushed world champions France out of the top three in world soccer body FIFA's latest men's soccer rankings published on Thursday. More »


Athletics-Salazar's four-year ban upheld by CAS

(Reuters) -American Alberto Salazar, who has coached some of the world's top long-distance runners, had his four-year suspension for a series of anti-doping rule violations upheld by the highest court in sport. More »


Soccer-England to host new annual women's tournament starting 2022

(Reuters) - The English Women's soccer team will compete in a new annual international tournament on home soil starting in 2022, the national side announced on Thursday. More »


Seattle to host 2023 All-Star Game

The Mariners will host the 2023 All-Star Game, Major League Baseball announced Thursday at the Space Needle in Seattle. More »


Former No. 1 Simona Halep marries in Romania

Former world No. 1 Simona Halep is taking a break in her WTA schedule: She married boyfriend Toni Iuruc Wednesday in her hometown of Constanta, Romania. More »


Simone Biles condemns U.S. Olympic Committee, FBI for sex-abuse crisis

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Olympic gymnast Simone Biles held back tears on Wednesday, as she told lawmakers how the FBI and U.S. gymnastic and Olympic officials failed to stop the sexual abuse that she and hundreds of other athletes suffered from former doctor Larry Nassar. More »


MLB roundup: Padres halt Giants' 9-game winning streak

Fernando Tatis Jr. and Adam Frazier contributed four hits apiece to a 16-hit attack Wednesday night as the visiting San Diego Padres ended the San Francisco Giants' nine-game winning streak by overcoming four home runs for a 9-6 victory. More »


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