LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (OCTOBER 23, 2017) (FIFA) – Real Madrid’s Portugal striker Cristiano Ronaldo was crowned the best soccer player in the world for the second year running at FIFA’s The Best awards gala on Monday (October 23). Continue reading
SILVERSTONE, ENGLAND, UK (FEBRUARY 23, 2017) (REUTERS) – Mercedes won the Formula One constructors’ title for the fourth year in a row on Sunday (October 22) but Lewis Hamilton must wait another week at least to become Britain’s first four times world champion. Continue reading
FA Chief Executive Martin Glenn apologises to Eniola Aluko and Drew Spence after a report concluded the players were subject to discriminatory remarks by their former manager.
DARWIN, AUSTRALIA (OCTOBER 8, 2017) (BRIDGESTONE WORLD SOLAR CHALLENGE) – The World Solar Challenge began on Sunday (October 8) with nearly 40 solar cars crossing Australia’s tropical north to its southern shores, a gruelling 3,000 km (1,864 mile) race through the outback. Continue reading
SUZUKA, JAPAN (OCTOBER 8, 2017) (FOM) – Lewis Hamilton was within reach of his fourth Formula One title on Sunday (October 8) after winning the Japanese Grand Prix for Mercedes while Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel suffered engine problems and failed to finish. Continue reading
China Global Television Network (CGTN) – Drifters from all corners of South Africa converged in Johannesburg to rev up their engines, drop the clutch and drift side-ways in the tire-shredding SupaDrift Series. Continue reading
Russell Westbrook signs richest contract in NBA history to stay with Oklahoma City Thunder, the team announced. Continue reading
U.S. President Donald Trump “forced black athletes to take action” with kneeling protest, says New Orleans saints quarterback Drew Brees.
CLEVELAND, OHIO, UNITED STATES (SEPTEMBER 25, 2017) (NBC) – Basketball player Lebron James lashed out on Monday (September 25) against U.S. President Donald Trump over his verbal battle with the National Football League (NFL) over players who drop to one knee during the national anthem. Continue reading
National Football League players sat out, knelt and linked arms during pre-game national anthems played across the country and in London on Sunday, after a weekend of tweets by President Donald Trump criticizing protesting players. Nathan Frandino reports. Continue reading