The coronavirus pandemic has forced the world's athletes to keep fit in confinement, and for top Iranian athlete Maryam Toosi, that has meant training on the rooftop of her apartment.
Athletics star takes to rooftop to train in virus-hit Iran
England defender Danny Rose said players are being treated like "lab rats" after Watford and Burnley revealed they were among the Premier League clubs affected by six positive tests for the coronavirus.
Premier League players treated like 'lab rats': Rose
Bulgarian boxer Kubrat Pulev said he will not step away from his shot at the world heavyweight belts and warned Anthony Joshua "you either fight or vacate the title."
Pulev says he would not step aside for Joshua-Fury fight
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin is confident "good old football with fans will come back very soon" despite the chaos caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Football with fans will be back soon, says UEFA chief
Tyson Fury has set his sights on emulating Wladimir Klitschko's sustained dominance as the British fighter warned he can remain a world champion until he retires.
Fury plans to emulate Klitschko's longevity
Disgraced former American cyclist Lance Armstrong revealed he first started doping from the age of 21, during his first season as a professional.
Armstrong admits to first doping 'probably at 21'
LeBron James reiterated that he is hopeful the NBA season can resume, with the caveat that the health and well-being of players won’t be jeopardized by a return to play.
LeBron: Definitely not giving up on season
Watford captain Troy Deeney said he will not return to training because he fears for his family's health amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Watford captain Deeney says he will not return to training
Bundesliga players will be reminded of the return-to-play guidelines before next weekend's matches after Hertha Berlin's players ignored them during Saturday's 3-0 win at Hoffenheim.
Bundesliga players reminded to respect social distancing guidelines

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