Carneiro says she received death threats
LONDON • Former Chelsea team doctor Eva Carneiro said that she received death threats after her departure from the English football club last year.
"Even though I don't have a presence on social media, some of the threats of sexual violence and death threats make it through," she told the Daily Telegraph. "(The abusers) seem to be faceless cowards and they should be answerable to legislation."
Marin loses to Tai in Hong Kong Open semis
HONG KONG • Badminton women's world No. 1 Carolina Marin's season-long superseries drought continued yesterday, after the Olympic gold medallist lost to Taiwan's Tai Tzu-ying 21-17, 14-21, 21-16 in the Hong Kong Open semi-finals.
Third-ranked Tai will meet P.V. Sindhu in today's final, after the Indian beat Hong Kong's Cheung Ngan Yi 21-14, 21-16 in yesterday's second semi-final.
Danish duo pull ahead at World Cup of Golf
MELBOURNE • Soren Kjeldsen and Thorbjorn Olesen remained on course to claim a first World Cup of Golf for Denmark after shooting a two-under 70 in yesterday's foursomes to extend their overnight lead to four strokes. Americans Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker were second on 206, a shot better than China's Wu Anshun and Li Haotong.