Jack Charlton, a member of the England 1966 World Cup winning side who went on to become a cult hero as Republic of Ireland boss, has died aged 85, his family announced yesterday.
As part of the Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club’s (QREC) strategy to enhance Qatar’s presence at the world’s top racing events, the QREC-sponsored Qatar Prix Jean Prat will be run at Deauville, France, today.
Six-times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton lived up to his rain master reputation with an astonishing lap to put his Mercedes on pole position for the first Styrian Grand Prix at Austria’s Red Bull Ring yesterday.
United States Anti-Doping Agency chief Travis Tygart hopes the threatened withdrawal of US government funding from the World Anti-Doping Agency could force the global watchdog into long-called for reforms.
The National Hockey League’s board of governors and the players’ union signed off on a deal Friday that paves the way for the pandemic-disrupted season to resume on August 1.
Western Force were handed a rude awakening to the top-flight yesterday with NSW Waratahs scoring 23 unanswered points to overwhelm them in their first game of Super Rugby in nearly three years.
Collin Morikawa shot a 66 to grab a three-stroke clubhouse lead Friday at the PGA’s Workday Charity Open where they were playing catchup all day after being hit by rain storms.
Sheffield United dealt a major blow to Chelsea’s chances of a Premier League top-four finish by thrashing the Blues 3-0 at Bramall Lane, while Liverpool’s long winning run at Anfield came to an end in a 1-1 draw with Burnley yesterday.
The clash between Tottenham and Arsenal today may lack the usual furore of a derby, with no fans present and both sides seemingly out of the race for a place in next season’s Champions League. However, Jose Mourinho’s Spurs have a point to prove