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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Sixteen years after hurtling down the ice on a borrowed luge at the 1998 Nagano Games, India's Shiva Keshavan will make his fifth Winter Olympic appearance in Sochi next month, still supported more by goodwill than the system.
MADRID (Reuters) - Gareth Bale will have to find his place within a star-studded Madrid line-up quickly because the world's most expensive player is sure to be compared constantly with his new team mate Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona's Neymar.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi's investment in Manchester City and other European clubs tops one billion pounds ($1.5 billion) but most clubs in the United Arab Emirates' domestic league play in near-empty stadiums and often rely on government largesse to survive.
LISBON (Reuters) - Benfica TV became a pay channel on Monday and will be the sole broadcaster for the club's Portuguese Premier League home matches - a groundbreaking move among Europe's top clubs.
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Former Chelsea star Didier Drogba has taken a stake in an Ivory Coast gold mine, the latest sign of his increasing engagement in his homeland which is recovering from a decade of crisis that ended in a brief 2011 war.
SEOUL: Australian Matthew Griffin won his second OneAsia title in less than a year yesterday when the final round of the Korean SK Telecom Open was called off without a shot being played because of thick fog.
KAPAR: The fluorescent yellow outfit of Vini Fantini shone the brightest as Italian Francesco Chicchi captured Stage Four of the Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) by pipping compatriot Andrea Guardini of Astana and Lithuanian Aidis Kruopis of Orica GreenEdge at the finish line yesterday.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portuguese football club Benfica - who plan to move the screening of league matches to their own Benfica TV - will be forced by the country's anti-trust authority to allow all national pay-TV operators to access the broadcasts, analysts say.