You have searched for "Telecom"

Showing 21-30 of 212

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Choi soldiers on in Korea, young duo close with course record

SEOUL (Reuters) - Overnight-leader Choi Jin-ho will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the SK Telecom Open after the chasing pack closed in following course record performances by Wang Jeung-hun and Lee Soo-min on Saturday.


Ramsey goal of season contender seals Arsenal win

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey scored a contender for goal of the season when he blasted home a 30-metre volley to help his team cruise past Galatasaray 4-1 to finish second in Champions League Group D on Tuesday.


Scotiabank to become major sponsor of football in the Americas

TORONTO (Reuters) - Bank of Nova Scotia said on Tuesday it has become the official bank and first official partner of the governing body of football in North America and the Caribbean, a move that adds to the Canadian lender's growing branding efforts in the sports world.


Steady Kim holds nerve to win fog-hit Korea Open

SEOUL (Reuters) - Kim Seung-hyuk sank two nerve-shredding par putts at the 16th and 17th holes on the way to a two-shot victory at the fog-hit Korea Open on Monday.


Factbox - Brazil's World Cup infrastructure: still a work in progress

(Reuters) - Brazil has come through with only half of the infrastructure improvements it had planned to modernize the country before the start of the World Cup at a cost of 25.8 billion reais (6.72 billion pounds).


'Phil the Thrill' Mickelson, the people's champion in golf

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Throughout his Hall of Fame career, Phil Mickelson has richly entertained fans with his swashbuckling, sometimes high-risk, approach to golf and his dazzling skills around the green.


Brazilian stadium holds first test ahead of World Cup opener

Sao Paulo (Reuters) - Organisers of the 2014 Soccer World Cup conducted the first and only official test of facilities at Sao Paulo's still-incomplete Arena Corinthians stadium on Sunday, 25 days before it will host the opening match between Brazil and Croatia.

Other Sport

Worker killed in electrical accident at Brazil World Cup stadium

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - An electrical accident at a World Cup stadium killed a worker in the Brazilian city of Cuiaba on Thursday, temporarily halting construction and adding to setbacks in the rushed preparations for the tournament.


World Cup rush leaves gaps in Brazil cell network

SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Rio de Janeiro's legendary Maracanم stadium was in a frenzy. Brazil had trounced the Spanish world champions. Yet 73,000 football fans could scarcely send a text message to celebrate.


Loss-making Man City to break even this season - Soriano

DUBAI (Reuters) - Manchester City will break even this season, their chief executive said on Tuesday as he refuted the idea their losses of 150 million pounds ($245.99 million) in the last two campaigns breached Financial Fair Play rules.