Iain Axon

I'm no hero, says F1 medic who helped save Grosjean

Nov 30 2020

LONDON The Formula One medical car team who helped Romain Grosjean make a 'miracle' escape from a fiery Bahrain Grand Prix crash played down their heroics on Monday and said they would learn from it to do better if such an horrific accident happened again.

Hamilton sees bright and diverse future for changing F1

Nov 19 2020

LONDON Seven times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton says he is confident his sport has a bright and more diverse future but he will not take his foot off the accelerator in pushing for change.

Governing bodies must balance calendar, says Becker

May 05 2020

LONDON Tennis governing bodies should use the time during the lengthy coronavirus shutdown to align their interests and fix the imbalance in the calendar, six-times Grand Slam winner Boris Becker told Reuters on Tuesday.

UEFA expects Euro 2020 to be free of racism

Nov 30 2019

BUCHAREST European soccer's governing body UEFA expects Euro 2020 to be free of racism despite a flurry of incidents across the continent, it said on Saturday.

‘I’m running clean,' Coleman tells fans

Sep 24 2019

DOHA United States sprinter Christian Coleman, only cleared to compete at the world athletics championships after a charge of breaking the anti-doping whereabouts rule was withdrawn, told Reuters television on Tuesday that he was "running clean".

Peru fans outnumber France's 7-to-1 in Yekaterinburg

Jun 21 2018

YEKATERINBURG, Russia Thousands of red-shirted Peru supporters streamed through the streets of Yekaterinburg on Thursday, outnumbering France's by more than seven to one and looking to striker Paolo Guerrero to bring them an upset victory in their World Cup Group C clash.

Yekaterinburg stadium goes 'inside out' for World Cup

Jun 13 2018

YEKATERINBURG, Russia Twelve thousand Egypt and Uruguay fans will find themselves perched under open skies at either end of the Yekaterinburg Arena when Russia's easternmost World Cup venue hosts its first match on Friday.

Ledecka won gold on Shiffrin cast offs: coach

Feb 17 2018

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea Ester Ledecka won her shock super-G Olympic gold medal on skis previously owned by American double World Cup champion Mikaela Shiffrin, the Czech skier and snowboarder's coach confirmed late on Saturday.

South Korean moguls team falls short, but future bright: Dawson

Feb 14 2018

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea South Korean skiers fell well short of winning a medal in the men's moguls at the Pyeongchang Olympics, but coach Toby Dawson sees a promising future.

Snowboarding: Race director defends wind-hit slopestyle final

Feb 12 2018

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea Women’s Olympic slopestyle race director Roby Moresi shrugged off suggestions the event should have been postponed for a second day due to high winds on Monday.

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