The government's stimulus package will take into account the fact that the postponement of the Tokyo Olympic Games will push back several trillions of yen worth of demand until next year, Japan's economy minister Yasutoshi Nishimura said on Sunday.
The inevitable became official on Saturday. The New York Racing Association (NYRA) canceled what remained of the winter meet as well as the entire spring meet at Aqueduct. Governor Andrew Cuomo has…
British Olympic Association chairman Sir Denis Follows was determined not to join the Moscow Games boycott in 1980, to the fury of the prime minister
England’s all-time record run-scorer is set to be part of the Essex squad again this season
New coach took over from Warren Gatland following November’s World Cup in Japan
The Premier League is ready to tell its players to take a break from training as doubts increase over the likelihood of restarting the season in early May
Ehsan Hadadi, Iran's first Olympic track and field medalist, has tested positive for coronavirus, World Athletics reported on Saturday.
Tokyo 2020 Olympics organizing committee president Yoshiro Mori has told international federations that deciding who foots the bill for postponing the Games to 2021 will be a "major challenge", Olympic news website insidethegames https://www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1092504/tokyo-2020-president-warns-ifs-costs reported on Saturday.
The Russian authorities may have put the final nail in the coffin for the UFC's plans to go ahead with the Khabib Nurmagomedov versus Tony Ferguson bout, after locking down all the country's borders.
Organising committee president Yoshiro Mori has contacted all 33 international sporting federations, raising concerns that individual sports will be asked to foot the bill for the postponed Olympic Games
Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka, the poster girl of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, took to social media on Saturday to show her support for the decision to postpone the Games until next year
With the global sporting calendar currently on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, former pro footballer Gary Neville and professional provocateur Piers Morgan have very contrasting views on how and when to resume play.