Round-Up: Adidas rebounds in China, Spurs take loan, IWF corruption report, and more

The Adidas store is closed during the quarantine decreed in Munich due to the Covid-19 outbreak on March 30, 2020 (Photo by Roland Krivec/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

Adidas returned to year-on-year revenue growth in China in May, as sales rebounded quicker than expected after Covid-19 restrictions were lifted. However, the company repeated its warning that global sales would be down more than 40 per cent in the current quarter - Financial Times

An investigation by Richard McLaren into the International Weightlifting Federation has reported widespread corruption and drug test cover-ups under the leadership of former president Tamas Ajan - Channel News Asia/AFP

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