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A special prosecutor in Switzerland has opened criminal proceedings against the president of soccer’s world governing body, Gianni Infantino, for alleged collusion with the country’s attorney general Michael Lauber during a Swiss federal investigation into FIFA.
Unresolved border restrictions and quarantine requirements could hamper athletes’ ability to play the U.S. Open and the French Open.
More than two dozen players across the NFL have already said they’re sitting out, with more expected in the coming days.
The NBA is back nearly five months after basketball stopped. It’s been the most tumultuous season in the league’s history.
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All extra innings begin with a runner automatically on second, an experimental rule designed to prevent marathon affairs this season.
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Tests showed that a dozen or more players and staff members from the Miami Marlins have contracted Covid-19, prompting MLB to postpone two games previously scheduled for Monday.
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The NFL and its players struck an agreement to steer the league’s finances through an uncertain pandemic season that executives project will lead to a multibillion-dollar drop in revenue.
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