Women’s football star Anouk Hoogendijk will be the special guest on this week’s Generation Amazing Instagram Live.
Al Rayyan Stadium has achieved a significant FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 milestone by becoming the first project site to reach 20 million working hours on two occasions without a lost time injury.
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has said that captain Lionel Messi will end his career at the Catalan club, dismissing a report saying the Argentine no longer wishes to renew his current contract when it expires next year.
Antoine Griezmann answered his critics in style on Sunday night by scoring with a sensational chip as Barcelona thrashed Villarreal 4-1 to keep their faint La Liga title hopes alive. After the humiliation of being brought on in the 90th minute against his former club Atletico Madrid
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola admitted his side cannot lose games in the manner they did in going down 1-0 at Southampton on Sunday if they are to take the Premier League title back from Liverpool next season.
Garrett Temple remembers the day Trayvon Martin’s killer was set free. He was in Los Angeles, when George Zimmerman — a neighbourhood watch co-ordinator in Sanford, Florida, who claimed self-defense after shooting and killing the unarmed, 17-year-old Martin — was acquitted on murder charges.
Former Scotland skipper Greig Laidlaw has joined NTT Communications Shining Arcs from Clermont, the Japanese club announced yesterday.
A scheduled yesterday workout was cancelled by the Washington Nationals as a precaution as they await results of team-wide coronavirus testing.
Former Formula One driver and Paralympic champion Alex Zanardi has been operated on for a third time following his June 19 road crash, doctors said yesterday.
Roger Federer yesterday said he is “missing” Wimbledon after the grass-court Grand Slam was cancelled, but hopes to play the tournament in 2021.