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(Reuters) - New Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has bemoaned the club's lengthy pre-season tour to the United States and said it is not helping preparations for the English domestic campaign.
COPENHAGEN: World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei had expected a huge fight from former world junior champion Wang Zhengming of China in the quarter-finals of the World Championships. But it turned out to be a one-sided affair.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Robot porters and wearable translation devices are just some of the innovations Panasonic Corp would like to launch for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, an event it hopes will earn it at least $1.5 billion (890 million pounds).
LONDON (Reuters) - As race director of the London Marathon Hugh Brasher was not exactly short of things to do with his time but when the invitations went out for bidders to organise and run a mass cycling event on a similar scale he jumped at the chance.
LONDON (Reuters) - Rugby supporters hoping to purchase tickets for next year's World Cup had to wait that little bit longer on Friday when the website selling the much-heralded tickets left many of them with a frozen screen.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Formula One has back-tracked on a planned clampdown on radio and pitboard messages for reasons of fairness but remains determined to end driver 'coaching' during races, the world governing body said on Friday.