Ex-Wales coach Lynn Howells to leave Romania role Former Wales coach Lynn Howells is to leave his role as Romania boss as they face a struggle to make the 2019 World Cup in Japan. BBC Sport 4 days ago
Cheika to walk if Wallabies don't win World Cup Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he will likely quit if he fails to lead Australia to victory at the World Cup in Japan next year. SuperSport 3 weeks ago
RUSSIA — Goal-line technology will be back again at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.
Here's a guide of the two goal-line systems that will be used to help referees decide whether a goal has been.. Source: TomoNews US - 1 week ago Laffront continues her winning ways while Horishima delights the home fans in the World Cup freestyle moguls Source: Reuters - Sports - 2 weeks ago 170 athletes from 29 different countries compete in the Sabre World Cup in Baltimore Source: ABC 2 News WMAR - on January 26, 2018
Team World Cup: Groups revealed for England men & women England's men to face Japan and Egypt in the Team World Cup in London, while the women are drawn against Hong Kong and Singapore. BBC Sport on February 21, 2018
Cheikhou Kouyate proud to lead Senegal to Russia 2018 World Cup Since their debut appearance at Korea/Japan 2002, the Teranga Lions will return to the global fiesta in Russia later this year Goal.com on February 20, 2018 Winter Olympics 2018: Nao Kodaira becomes first Japanese woman to win speed skating gold Kodaira, who has won her past 15 World Cup 500m starts, is only the second speed skater from her homeland to take Olympic gold after Hiroyasu Shimizu in the men's 500m in 1998. Firstpost on February 19, 2018
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