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British Grand Prix organisers said Sunday they could host two consecutive races if required at Silverstone in an effort to help salvage the coronavirus-hit world

Arsenal's executive team have agreed to cut more than a third of their salary as the club warned it is facing "one of the most challenging periods" in its history on

Bill Beaumont has pledged an independent review of World Rugby's governance should he be re-elected as the global body's chairman next month.

England cricket team chief Ashley Giles has forecast a significant delay to the home series against the West Indies in June should the coronavirus relent sufficiently to allow the three Tests

Lee Blackett has been appointed head coach on a permanent basis of Premiership side Wasps after impressing in his interim role following the departure of long-time boss Dai Young, the club

Ben Stokes has ended Virat Kohli's three-year reign as Wisden's leading cricketer in the world after playing a starring role in England's World Cup win last year.

Wayne Rooney has criticised the government and the Premier League for placing footballers in a "no-win situation" over proposed pay cuts after a warning from players'

Tottenham Hotspur's decision to furlough 550 of their non-playingstaff due to the economic fall-out from the coronavirus pandemic has been sharply criticised by former Spurs and England


Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek admits battling to return from a serious Achilles injury while dealing with back problems has been a draining experience.