On the rocky cliffs of the Himalayas, the path to snow leopard conservation is paved in feces. Their population decimated by poaching and habitat destruction, only about 4,000 of the endangered cats remain in the wild, according to the World Wildlife Fund.
Jordan Spieth made an encouraging start to the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am before play was suspended due to strengthening wind and heavy rain on the opening day.
DJIBOUTI — The 10:24 a.m. train out of Djibouti’s capital drew some of the biggest names in the Horn of Africa last month. Serenaded by a chorus of tribal singers, the crush of African leaders, European diplomats and pop icons climbed the stairs of the newly built train station and merrily jostled their way into the pristine, air-conditioned carriages making their inaugural run.
Andy Murray expects to return to Great Britain’s Davis Cup team for the April quarter-final against France.
A man everyone calls Cheese won Somalia’s presidency on Wednesday, and the streets of the beleaguered capital, Mogadishu, exploded in cheers.
The European Tour has confirmed to Sky Sports News HQ that it remains confident that the Ryder Cup in 2022, which is due to played in Rome will go ahead as planned.
They found the first carcasses in late December, on the frozen steppes of Mongolia’s western Khovd province. By the end of January, officials in the region had recorded the deaths of 2,500 endangered saiga antelopes — about a quarter of the country’s saiga population — and scientists had identified a culprit: a virus called peste des petits ruminants, or P.P.R.
Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from this month’s World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam.
Andy Murray warned Roger Federer to avoid deep-fried Mars bars after the 18-time grand slam champion accepted an invitation to play in Scotland for the first time.
Johanna Konta and Heather Watson were victorious in the singles rubbers as Great Britain secured a second Fed Cup victory, beating Latvia in Tallinn.