Chess was at the forefront of the news but not for the best reasons. What was that about, in brief?
Even after a near-tragedy, the NFL is apparently not addressing the main issue regarding its concussion protocol: its lack of suspensions.
Boxing has been part of the Olympic program since 1904 but the run might come to an end, following the IBA’s decision not to hold elections.
Russia can’t play so they want to start their own game. But they have no ball or opponent to play with. Except for Belarus.
With Carlos Alcaraz as the new #1 in tennis and a Novak Djokovic that could come back well rested, we could be up for a treat in tennis.
The US is unlikely to have a Formula 1 driver next year, and a system where feeder series score more than top series is to blame.
The UFC has dominated the MMA scene for a while but ONE has a legitimate shot at challenging as the best promotion in the middle-term.
Women’s Football is ready for a Club World Cup but FIFA hasn’t even sorted its men’s version. The private sector is currently solving it.
With five drivers for two seats and grooming drivers from other teams, McLaren is making the F1 “silly season” even sillier, and apt to its name.
Napoli’s President suggested he won’t sign African players unless they opt out of the African Cup of Nations, a likely soon-to-be non-problem.