E-sports: Arsenal's Aubameyang considering own team after virtual F1 debut

LONDON (REUTERS) – Arsenal’s top-scoring striker and captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who raced for McLaren in Sunday’s (May 24) virtual Monaco Formula One Grand Prix, is considering setting up his own e-sports team. The Gabonese is a keen video gamer, and has been getting in plenty of practice during the Covid-19 lockdown with the Premier League out of action. He is […]

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Florida baseball stadium listed on Airbnb for $1,500 a night

Player’s union continues to balk at MLB revenue split for salaries: Gasparino Sources tell FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino MLB team owners are still confident players will eventually agree to a revenue split despite pushback. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Continue Reading Below Baseball fans looking for a fun way […]

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NFL: Tom Brady, Eli Manning exchange good-natured barbs on Twitter

(REUTERS) – The Brady-Manning trash talk started a day early on Saturday (May 23). Retired New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning launched his first Twitter account, and one of the first comments he got came from Tom Brady, who Manning beat twice in the Super Bowl with come-from-behind, fourth-quarter wins. “Welcome @EliManning,” the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback wrote to Manning. […]

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Coronavirus: Door still open for Sunwolves to join Aussie mini Super Rugby league, talks over new TV deal on

SYDNEY (REUTERS) – The door was not quite closed on Japan’s Sunwolves joining an Australian domestic competition involving Super Rugby teams, while negotiations for a new broadcast agreement had been “fruitful”, Rugby Australia (RA) said on Saturday (May 23). Super Rugby was postponed after seven weeks in mid-March as governments imposed travel bans due to the coronavirus crisis, and Australia […]

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Big Sky reduces conference basketball schedule for 2020-21 season

The Big Sky will reduce its men’s and women’s basketball conference schedules to 16 games for each team during the 2020-21 season, the conference announced Friday. The change will remove four games from the 20-game round robin played each of the previous two seasons by the 11-school league, which includes the University of Northern Colorado. Finances played at least a […]

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London Knights: Back in time — May 22

This is part of an ongoing series in which we look back on amazing moments in London Knights history. Each day, we’ll bring you a new memory leading up to the anniversaries of the team’s Memorial Cup championships in 2005 and 2016. The Memorial Cup is a tournament at which anything can happen. Teams can come in on a roll and fall […]

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Cricket: Australia confident of hosting India, could tour England

MELBOURNE (REUTERS) – Australia are a “nine out of 10” chance to host India for a test series in the home summer and could also tour England for limited overs series beforehand, Cricket Australia boss Kevin Roberts said. Cricket has been shut down since March owing to the coronavirus pandemic and while travel curbs remain Australia has begun easing social […]

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Motor racing: Indycar cancels two more races

NEW YORK (REUTERS) – IndyCar cancelled two more races on Thursday (May 21), forced to tweak its schedule due to restrictions put in place by the coronavirus outbreak. Races in Toronto on July 12 and Richmond, Virginia on June 27 were cancelled while REV Group Grand Prix at Road America was rescheduled from June 21 to July 11-12, making a […]

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Cubs institute pay cuts, Pirates announce furloughs

Fox Business Flash top headlines for May 21 Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here. Continue Reading Below The Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates are trimming payroll while they await word on the fate of the Major League […]

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Olympics: IOC's John Coates says Tokyo Games face "real problems" due to Covid-19

MELBOURNE (REUTERS) – Tokyo Games organisers face “real problems” staging the Olympics next year as coronavirus infections continue to soar, senior international Olympic official John Coates said. Coates, Australia’s Olympic chief and head of the International Olympic Committee’s inspectorate for Tokyo, said organisers had to assume there would be no vaccine for Covid-19, or none in sufficient quantity, in time […]

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