LONDON (AP) — Motor racing great Stirling Moss has died at the age of 90. The daring and speed-loving Englishman was widely regarded as the greatest Formula One driver never to win the world championship. Moss' wife said he died peacefully at his London home following a long illness.
UNDATED (AP) — A Spanish soccer team plans to have its players resume training individually this week. It would Real Sociedad the first Spanish club to resume activities during the coronavirus pandemic. The club says players will have the option to start practicing at the team’s training center after the Spanish government decided to ease some of its lockdown measures.
UNDATED (AP) — British soccer great Kenny Dalglish has expressed “immense gratitude” to National Health Service staff after returning home from the hospital following his coronavirus diagnosis. The 69-year-old former Celtic, Scotland and Liverpool forward was hospitalized on Wednesday for treatment on gallstones and subsequently tested positive for COVID-19 despite not showing symptoms.
LONDON (AP) — Peter Bonetti, the former Chelsea and England goalkeeper nicknamed “The Cat” for his outstanding reflexes and agility, has died. He was 78. Chelsea says Bonetti died after suffering from long-term illness.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Smaller cities and communities are dealing with the cancellation of showcase sporting events. For Oklahoma City, that means losing the Women's College World Series. The annual event determines the NCAA softball championship. It has been hosted by Oklahoma City every year but one since 1990. Last year, it brought in an estimated $14 million to the city and its businesses. Even more was expected this year because of a stadium seating expansion.