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LONDON (Reuters) - Eighty seven changes have been made to the 2013-14 edition of the "Decisions on the Rules of Golf" manual but one in particular will be of interest to world number one Tiger Woods.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's top-flight football clubs have picked Swiss-based sports marketing group Infront as the main adviser to negotiate a new package of television rights for the coming three-to-six seasons, league chairman Maurizio Beretta said on Monday.
MILAN (Reuters) - When Italy's cash-strapped football clubs meet on Monday to prepare for a new deal on broadcast rights, their deliberations will be coloured by the unhappy knowledge that Italian football is in a dismal state and viewers are switching off.
MIAMI (Reuters) - Retired England football star David Beckham told a live online Facebook event in London on Wednesday that he is "very interested" in launching a Major League Soccer team in Miami, appearing to confirm media reports he had chosen the Florida city over other destinations.
Gary Hershorn, now Global Editor, Sports Pictures, for Reuters, has covered sport for 35 years. A Canadian, he gained the trust of compatriot Ben Johnson in the run-up to the 1988 Seoul Olympics and had special access to the sprinter's training. Here, Hershorn, looks back at that time and at Johnson's downfall:
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Fans going to Sunday's match between Colon and San Lorenzo in Santa Fe will be guinea pigs for a cutting-edge biometrics system aimed at combating hooliganism that has been blamed for 70 deaths in the last decade.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Televised coverage of turbocharged 72-foot catamarans vying for the 34th America's Cup has changed the channel from boring to thrilling on yacht racing.
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Television evidence has played an increasingly significant role in deciding rules violations on the PGA Tour and Tiger Woods, the most scrutinized player of his era, believes further discussions are needed over its use.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Capturing even a small slice of Asia's four billion consumers is a salivating prospect for any European soccer club and Premier League giants Liverpool see social media as the Trojan horse to unlock the region's vast commercial potential.