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Qatar denies U.S allegations of World Cup bribes

(Reuters) - The organisers of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have strongly denied allegations from the U.S. Department of Justice that bribes were paid to secure votes for the hosting rights to the tournament. Read More

 

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MLB plays down talk of May return to action amid coronavirus

(Reuters) - Major League Baseball threw cold water on reports it is developing plans to restart play as early as May in an isolation bubble protected from the novel coronavirus outbreak, saying on Tuesday several options were being considered. More »

 

Golf: Immelman says Masters in November presents new challenge

(Reuters) - Trevor Immelman may not be putting the finishing touches on his Masters preparations this week but the former champion already has a good understanding of what to expect should the postponed tournament be contested in November. More »

 

Cam Newton uncomfortable without NFL home

Cam Newton is focusing on self-improvement during his first foray into free agency. More »

 

McVay: Rams didn't expect to lose Gurley

Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay is planning to turn to a committee of running backs to replace Todd Gurley. More »

 

Buccaneers new uniforms a tribute to the past

Tom Brady and his new teammates in Tampa Bay will take the field in 2020 in a look that resembles what the Buccaneers wore when they won Super Bowl XXXVII. More »

 

Rivera: Redskins QB battle 'will be a good competition'

Washington Redskins coach Ron Rivera expects newly acquired Kyle Allen to provide 2019 first-round pick Dwayne Haskins with a strong challenge for the starting quarterback job next season. More »

 

Steelers QB Roethlisberger 'on schedule' for next step

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was ready to put his surgically repaired right elbow on display at organized team activities. More »

 

Pandemic forces postponement of Canadian F1 Grand Prix

(Reuters) - The June 14 Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal joined a growing list of Formula One races postponed due to the new coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday, with the 2020 season yet to get on the starting grid. More »

 

Formula One furloughs staff as bosses take pay cuts

LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One has put almost half its staff on furlough until the end of May due to the novel coronavirus with chairman Chase Carey and senior management also taking a pay cut, an F1 spokesman said on Tuesday. More »

 

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