Racing Point accused Formula One rivals Renault yesterday of making a “misconceived and poorly informed” protest against them at the Styrian Grand Prix and said they were confident of winning.
England lose and there is so much to applaud. In the wake of West Indies’ victory heated debates have long since commenced. Where was Stuart Broad? Fancy batting in those conditions. What about Joe Denly and Jos Buttler?
Well this is odd, being a just a week away from the start of the pre-season … and a mere month from the start of the playoffs.
The Washington Redskins confirmed yesterday the team is changing its name following pressure from sponsors over a word widely criticised as a racist slur against Native Americans.
The first names happen to be the same, but there actually is a deep bond between Rays high-end pitching prospects Shane McClanahan and Shane Baz. “We’re like a singular being,” McClanahan said. “We do everything together. We throw together. We live together. We run together.”
American Collin Morikawa tapped in a putt on the third playoff hole to outduel Justin Thomas in a wild Sunday finish and capture the US PGA Tour Workday Charity Open.
Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike, often floated as a future Japanese premier, said yesterday the Olympics must go ahead next year as a symbol of world unity in overcoming the novel coronavirus, even as her city grapples with stubborn spikes in cases.
Angelique Kerber has a special relationship to New York but that does not mean the German tennis star will definitely travel to this year’s US Open.
Sevilla all-but secured Champions League qualification by beating relegation battlers Real Mallorca 2-0 on Sunday night. Lucas Ocampos scored a first-half penalty before Youssef En-Nesyri added a second late on to move Sevilla nine points clear of fifth-placed Villarreal.