The route for the 7th Angkor Beer Sihanoukville International Half Marathon on March 11 has been modified, with new parts of the city included for the first time.
Jurgen Klopp says his current Liverpool squad is the strongest he has ever worked with as the players prepare for a return to action after a warm-weather training camp in Spain.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte believes the English champions can do “something incredible” by knocking Barcelona out of the Champions League at the Camp Nou on March 14, despite blowing a lead to draw the first leg of their last-16
Red Bull unveiled their new car for the 2018 Formula One season on Monday, well before the start of preseason testing, as the team looks to challenge for a first championship in five years.
Cambodian martial art kun Khmer has been confirmed as one of the kickboxing combat sports included in ONE Championship’s upcoming professional kickboxing league that aims to showcase the best in local and international striking tale
The start of a two-month search for Cambodia’s 2018 “King of Chess” to be coronated at the Angkor Sangran Khmer New Year festival begins today as regional heats start across the Kingdom.
Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky, who tested positive for the banned substance meldonium at the Winter Olympics, said today that he had never knowingly doped and welcomed an investigation into the “shock” result.
After holding the No1 ranking for a month last autumn, Dubai Championships second seed Garbine Muguruza remains keen for another taste of life at the top of the WTA.
England have been given a clean bill of health for Saturday’s Six Nations clash against Scotland in Edinburgh, with Nathan Hughes on course to start at No8.
The Pyeongchang Winter Olympics was hit by a third doping scandal today, casting a shadow over the magic on ice served up by peerless Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.