ZURICH (Reuters) - Soccer's rule-makers have begun looking into whether changes to the laws are needed to allow for better treatment of players who suffer concussion during a game. Both the world players'
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - More than an hour after Tuesday's season-opening showdown between the NBA's two Los Angeles teams, a crammed room of reporters awaited the man of the hour – new Clippers star KawhiLeonard.
(Reuters) - Former world number one Rory McIlroy will represent Ireland at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo and not the Great Britain and Northern Ireland team. McIlroy, ranked second, is one of the favorites
(Reuters) - Iran has been banned indefinitely from international judo competition until it can give strong guarantees that its athletes will be allowed to face Israelis, the International Judo Federation
(Reuters) - Belgian sixth seed Elise Mertens beat Maria Sakkari 6-2 3-6 6-1 in their round-robin match on Wednesday to end the Greek's hopes of making the WTA Elite Trophy semi-finals in Zhuhai, China.
CHIBA, Japan (Reuters) - It took the PGA Tour a long time to officially touch down in Japan but now that it finally is here the organisation plans to put down roots and never leave, Commissioner Jay Monahan
(Reuters) - Washington Nationals' youngster Juan Soto looked anxious and overmatched in his first career World Series at-bat on Tuesday in Houston, striking out swinging on a blistering fastball from ace
TORONTO (Reuters) - Before the start of a new NBA campaign on Tuesday the Toronto Raptors and their fans spent the final few moments before tip-off basking in last season's glory by unfurling a championship
TORONTO (Reuters) - Hong Kong pro-democracy supporters crashed the NBA's opening night party on Tuesday handing out thousands of black t-shirts as the Toronto Raptors prepared to begin the defense of championship
CHIBA, Japan (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy has backed Tiger Woods to do an excellent job as either a playing or non-playing captain of the United States team that will take on the Internationals at the Presidents
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia has discussed a $2 billion to $3 billion settlement with Goldman Sachs over the U.S. bank's alleged role in the 1MDB scandal, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday, less than
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - National Basketball Association Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal on Tuesday said he agreed with Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey, who came under fire from China after voiced
(Reuters) - A Houston Astros executive who Sports Illustrated said yelled toward a group of female reporters after the team advanced to the World Series apologized on Tuesday for using inappropriate language.
(Reuters) - American Taylor Fritz notched up his fourth top 10 win of the year when he upset German second seed Alexander Zverev 7-6(7) 6-4 in the first round of the Swiss Indoors championship in Basel
(Reuters) - Golfing great Arnold Palmer will be recognized with a commemorative stamp in 2020 to honor the positive impact he had on the sport, the United States Postal Service announced on Tuesday. Palmer,