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  • Malaysia hosts 29th South East Asian Games

    About 5,000 athletes have descended on the Malaysian city of Kuala Lumpur for the 29th edition of the South East Asian Games.

    Malaysia hosts 29th South East Asian Games
    Malaysia hosts 29th South East Asian Games

    About 5,000 athletes have descended on the Malaysian city of Kuala Lumpur for the 29th edition of the South East Asian Games.

    02:25Aug 18, 2017

  • Rio's Olympic game legacy lives on

    It is exactly one year since the Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro.

    Rio's Olympic game legacy lives on
  • Neymar signs PSG deal to complete world record transfer

    Neymar, the Brazilian football star, has completed his record-shattering transfer from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain, signing a five-year deal with the French club after it triggered his 222 million euros ($263m) release clause.

    Neymar signs PSG deal to complete world record transfer
  • NBA to stage Africa event in Johannesburg

    The second edition of the NBA Africa event is taking place in South Africa as the North American league bids to boost its popularity in the continent. Some of basketball's biggest names are in Africa for the event.

    NBA to stage Africa event in Johannesburg
  • Forest Green Rovers: Eco-friendly football team set for UK debut

    English football team Forest Green Rovers will be the smallest club to ever play in the English football league when their season starts on Saturday.

    Forest Green Rovers: Eco-friendly football team set for UK debut
  • South Africa plans to introduce racial quotas in sports

    The South African government plans to introduce racial quotas in its national sporting teams.

    South Africa plans to introduce racial quotas in sports
  • Canada hosts North American Indigenous Games

    Canada is hosting this year’s North American Indigenous Games.

    Canada hosts North American Indigenous Games
    Canada hosts North American Indigenous Games

    Canada is hosting this year’s North American Indigenous Games.

    02:03Jul 22, 2017

  • FIFA whistle-blower Chuck Blazer dies of cancer

    Chuck Blazer, a former FIFA official who became the main informant on corruption within football's governing body has died at the age 72.

    FIFA whistle-blower Chuck Blazer dies of cancer
  • Mexico re-play Germany in 1986 legends game

    Football fans in Mexico City had the chance to travel to the past and watch some of the games’ biggest legends. Players from Germany and Mexico who participated in the 1986 and 1998 world cups reunited on Sunday in a game called revenge.

    Mexico re-play Germany in 1986 legends game
  • Sweden holds first female-only jockeys championship

    The first women-only world championship in horse racing has been held in Sweden. The event, that took place north of Stockholm, could become a fixture in the racing calendar.

    Sweden holds first female-only jockeys championship
  • Germany hosts 104th Tour de France

    The German city of Dusseldorf is hosting the 104th edition of the Tour de France. Defending champion Chris Froome is aiming for a fourth title. Al Jazeera’s Dominic Kane reports from Dusseldorf.

    Germany hosts 104th Tour de France
  • Former NFL linebacker helps ‘adaptive athletes’

    David Vobora left the NFL and went back to the gym with a plan to train professional athletes. Now Vobora works with adaptive athletes. Al Jazeera’s Kristen Saloomey reports from Dallas, Texas.

    Former NFL linebacker helps ‘adaptive athletes’