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PETALING JAYA: American Travis McCabe of UnitedHealthCare pipped three other riders at the finish line to claim victory in the Stage Two of the Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL).
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Budapest could decide as soon as next week whether to withdraw its bid to hold the 2024 Olympic Games, the Hungarian capital's mayor said on Friday, in another blow to organisers' attempts to find a host city.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - The Olympic Games have been the catalyst for a positive transformation of Rio de Janeiro, the International Olympic committee said on Monday.
DOHA (Reuters) - Larsen & Toubro Ltd has secured a contract to build a $135 million stadium for Qatar's 2022 World Cup, an official told Reuters on Monday, a boost for the Indian firm facing a slowdown in its key Middle East market due to low oil prices.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Qatar has cut its planned spending on building healthcare facilities by about two-thirds this year following the drop in energy prices but expenditure on its World Cup-related projects should be unchanged, an official said on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Mercedes motorsport head Toto Wolff has sold his remaining stake in the Williams Formula One team to U.S. shareholder and healthcare executive Brad Hollinger, both parties said on Wednesday.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Google's AlphaGo computer programme on Wednesday won the first of a series of five matches against one of the world's best players of the complex board game, Go, marking a new milestone in the development of artificial intelligence (AI).
(Reuters) - Kenyan athletes, sports officials and medics face up to three years in jail or heavy fines if convicting of doping offences under a draft law to be submitted to parliament, according to the official who has overseen the bill.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The women's world number one golfer Lydia Ko said she will continue to monitor news of the mosquito-borne Zika virus sweeping across South America before the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in August.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - World soccer body FIFA has moved a World Cup preliminary round tie from the Central African Republic to Madagascar for safety reasons due to clashes in Bangui that led to around 40 deaths last week.