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PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - When fast food chef Cha Gwen Sol added a one-million-won ($920) "Flying Tomato" burger to the menu of his Pyeongchang restaurant as an Olympic gimmick, he never expected the owner of the nickname, snowboarding star Shaun White, to turn up and order one.
PYEONGCHANG (Reuters) - Even for cold weather warriors hardened by years of winter sports training, the icy chill of South Korea's frigid February has come as a shock to the system in the leadup to this month's Pyeongchang Olympics.
LONDON (Reuters) - Luxury sports carmaker McLaren Automotive said on Thursday it expected to post another record performance this year after reporting a 70 percent increase in pre-tax profits in 2016 off the back of an all-time high in sales.
CHAPECO, Brazil (Reuters) - An outpouring of support for the Brazilian soccer team devastated by an air crash this week has nearly wiped out retailers' inventory of their shirts, forcing an emergency meeting with producer Umbro for an extra run.
PARIS (Reuters) - Adidas expects sales of football boots, shirts and balls to rise 14 percent to a new record of 2.5 billion euros (£2 billion) in 2016, helped by reclaiming leadership of top European markets for football footwear from arch rival Nike.
LONDON (Reuters) - Race organisers have reassured Formula One fans that Azerbaijan's inaugural Grand Prix in June will go ahead as planned despite a slump in global oil prices and the weakness of the local currency.
MANILA (Reuters) - Sales of Manny Pacquiao boxing gear and effects have soared as much as 10 times ahead of his May 2 megafight with Floyd Mayweather, with Philippine retailers struggling to cope with demand from fans snapping up any paraphernalia they could find.