Looking for workout ideas during lockdown? Sports stars around the world are giving them away for free.
Cameron van der Burgh shared on Twitter that he had contracted COVID-19, sending a warning about how it made him feel.
Ghana captain Andre Dede Ayew has released a long message as the world continues its fight against the coronavirus.
The Coronavirus epidemic has already caused most of Africa to stop football-related activities.
Al Masry president Samir Halabia believes that Al Ahly should be crowned Egyptian Premier League champions. The Red Devils are sitting pretty at the top of the league standings – 16 points above their closest rivals having remarkably recorded 16…
Brazilians boss Pitso Mosimane jokingly requested that Wits beat Kaizer Chiefs in their two scheduled league tussles against the Amakhosi this season. but Hunt believes Sundowns can do it on their own.
Amidst the doom and gloom, there are people doing what they can to help.
Sports teams around the world, much like other businesses and individuals, fear financial ruin and bankruptcy with many income streams cut off amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Manchester United and City have come together (yes, you can sing the tune), setting aside their on-field rivalries and helping local foodbanks.
World Rugby wants to fill the giant sport sized hole in your Saturday afternoon with a free live stream on Facebook.