The "first thing" Premier League footballers can do is "take a pay cut and play their part" to help out during the coronavirus pandemic, says health secretary Matt Hancock.
La Liga giants Atletico Madrid have announced that they have cut players' wages by 70% in order to maintain the salaries of the club's lower-paid employees during the coronavirus crisis.
A call for help from Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker prompted an unorthodox mission from the New England Patriots, who sent their team jet to China this week in order to retrieve 1.7 million N95 medical masks, the NFL side said on Thursday.
Tennis may not return until 2021 after the coronavirus pandemic caused the cancellation of the entire grasscourt season and most of the claycourt campaign, All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) chief executive Richard Lewis said on Thursday.
To support Refuge, Chelsea women’s manager Emma Hayes, with players from the women’s and men’s team, have taken part in a digital campaign and the Blues will match all donations received in the next six weeks
Vince Carter on Wednesday dove deeper into his mindset as the Atlanta Hawks took on the New York Knicks in what could have been the NBA great’s final professional basketball game of his career.
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The New England Patriots answered the calls for help as Massachusetts became the latest state to struggle with supply shortages amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Canadian law professor Richard McLaren, who wrote a report into state-sponsored doping in Russia for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), was appointed Integrity Officer for the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) on Wednesday.