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Bells peal across Britain on Games opening day

LONDON (Reuters) - Bells rang across the nation on Friday to signal the final countdown to the Olympic Games, which open with an exuberant and eccentric ceremony celebrating the nation in an explosion of dance, music and fireworks inspired by Shakespeare's

World awaits eccentric and exuberant London ceremony

LONDON (Reuters) - The world's spotlight turned to London's Olympic Stadium on Friday where the opening ceremony kick starts the 2012 Games with an eccentric and exuberant celebration of British history, art and culture.

Strike threats loom over London Games

LONDON (Reuters) - Strikes by train drivers and passport officials threaten major disruptions to the London Olympics, prompting the government to warn unions on Thursday that they risked public anger if the industrial action went ahead.

Bells peal across nation on Games opening day

LONDON (Reuters) - Bells rang across the nation on Friday to signal the final countdown to the Olympic Games, which open with an exuberant and eccentric ceremony celebrating the nation in an explosion of dance, music and fireworks inspired by Shakespeare's

South Africa, India go ahead with one-day cricket series

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - The second one-day international between South Africa and India will go ahead in Durban on Sunday and will be marked by a tribute to former president Nelson Mandela

Kearney in the groove to defend moguls title

(Reuters) - Success in snow sports invariably boils down to rhythm and momentum and right now American moguls skier Hannah Kearney has both in abundance as she eyes the defence of her Olympic title in Sochi.

Khai Jei leads first round of AmBank junior meet

PETALING JAYA: Fancied Low Khai Jei of the Malaysian Golf Association (MGA) fired a four-under 68 to take the first round lead in the boys’ Under-18 category of the RSGC AmBank Junior Amateur Open Golf Championship.

Khai Jei and Princess Mary crowned champs in RSGC

KUALA LUMPUR: Perak’s Low Khai Jei and Princess Mary Superal of the Philippines were crowned champions in the boys’ and girls’ Under-18 category after the third round was cancelled due to heavy rain at the Royal Selangor Golf Club (RSGC).

Hockey: Nuraini aiming for more goals in double mission

KUALA LUMPUR: Forward Nuraini Abdul Rashid has a dual mission at the World League Round One hockey championship - help Malaysia emerge champions and win the top scorer award.

Ain't no mountain high enough for Brazil bound Dutchman

SALVADOR Brazil (Reuters) - A World Cup adventure in the vast expanse of Brazil is a demanding task for any fan but one Dutchman arrives having already clocked up 21,000 kilometres in his truck 'Nellie' before a ball is kicked.