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World Cup legend Just Fontaine dies aged 89
The French football great who scored a record 13 goals at the 1958 World Cup, has died.
FFF head Noël Le Graët resigns amid sexual harassment investigation
The head of the FFF Noël Le Graët has resigned after an audit found he was not fit to lead because of his behaviour toward women
War and sport: the Ukrainian athletes forced to fight or flee
A year of war has devastated Ukraine's sports facilities and forced its competitors to fight or leave their families behind to train abroad
Raz Hershko gives Israel triumphant conclusion to Tel Aviv Grand Slam
The beautiful city of Tel Aviv played host to the final day of an amazing Grand Slam as the sun set on another successful Judo competition in Israel.
Sagi Muki is Tel Aviv’s hero on Grand Slam Day Two
Former world champion Sagi Muki secured his gold medal since his world championship triumph in 2019.
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Judo-loving Israel cheers the return of the World Tour
Just three months after Israel hosted the prestigious Masters' tournament in Jerusalem, the World Judo Tour has returned to Tel Aviv.
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Meet the football team floating to success in Thailand
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Kansas City Chiefs pull off dramatic comeback to win Super Bowl 57
The Kansas City Chiefs pulled off a thrilling late comeback to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in the Super Bowl.
Paris Grand Slam Day 2: The king is back
The crowd at the 2023 Paris Grand Slam buzzed with excitement over the return of 10-time World Champion Teddy Riner
Here's how Green Football Weekend is gamifying climate action
Football fans are being encouraged to score ‘green goals’ for their team in a new climate campaign.
Baltic leaders threathen to boycott Olympic Games if Russians compete
The prime ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have threatened to boycott the Paris Games in 2024 if Russian athletes are allowed to compete. This follows the International Olympic Committee's decision to allow Russian or Belarusians to participate as neutral athletes.
Meet the Kenyan hockey team roaring on ice
I want to see the Kenya Ice Lions playing with other countries in Africa. I want to see us going to the Olympics, representing the Kenyan flag.
The Olympic legend steering a new generation of sailors to success
The Dialogue sits down with inspirational people from across the globe with links to the Middle East and North Africa.
The 2023 World Judo Tour kicks off in Portugal
The first day of the 2023 World Judo Tour sees Japan’s Yamato Fukuda and Britain’s Chelsie Giles both bag golds in the opening day in Almada.
To build inclusive classrooms, let young people with intellectual disabilities take the lead
Children with intellectual disabilities routinely encounter ostracism and bullying. They grow up apart and unequal, their gifts and abilities rejected, their vast potential thwarted.
Frank Lampard sacked as Everton manager
Frank Lampard was fired as the manager of English club Everton on Monday after winning just nine of his 38 Premier League matches since taking over.
Brazilian footballer Dani Alves arrested on charges of sexual abuse
Brazilian football player Dani Alves was arrested on Friday after being accused of sexually abusing a woman in Spain. Charges he denies