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Gulbis withdraws from LPGA event with malaria

PHOENIX, Arizona: The LPGA Tour has stepped up its healthcare services for players and caddies taking part in this week's Founders Cup tournament, following Natalie Gulbis' withdrawal Wednesday due to malaria.

Medics get athletes "back out there to do it"

LONDON (Reuters) - Olympic doctors have had 20,000 consultations with athletes, spectators, staff and journalists during London 2012, but the Games' head medic is quietly confident at how they have been able to fix most people up to get on with the show.

Anti-doping lab to become research centre

LONDON (Reuters) - The anti-doping laboratory being used to test athletes at the London Olympics is to be developed after the Games into what officials say will be a world-class research facility that could help revolutionise healthcare.

London anti-doping lab to become drug research centre

LONDON (Reuters) - The London 2012 Olympic anti-doping laboratory will be developed after the Games into what officials say will be a world-class research facility that could help revolutionise healthcare.

South-East Asian countries will find medals hard to come by

BANGKOK: Shoddy management and a lack of funds look set to condemn South-East Asia to yet another dismal Olympics, with one expert warning the region’s sport even faces “collapse” without a drastic re-think.

Formula One joins other firms in hitting IPO brakes

LONDON/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Motor sport racing company Formula One has delayed its Singapore initial public offer worth up to $3 billion, the fifth big Asian IPO to be postponed or pulled in a week, as weak markets bring the global market for new listings to a shuddering halt.

Formula One joins other firms in hitting IPO brakes

LONDON/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Motor sport racing company Formula One has delayed its Singapore initial public offer worth up to $3 billion, the fifth big Asian IPO to be postponed or pulled in a week, as weak markets bring the global market for new listings to a shuddering halt.

Colombian rider wins overall title, Guardini makes history

KUALA TERENGGANU: Andrea Guar­dini stole the limelight in the Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) by winning his sixth stage here yesterday, but it was Jose Serpa who bagged the overall title.

No stopping Guardini

KUALA TERENGGANU: An­­drea Guardini of Farnese Vini revelled in the rain to grab his fifth stage win of this year’s Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) yesterday, setting a record of 10 stage wins – the most ever won by a rider in the history of the Tour.

No more uphill task as Anuar eyes elusive win

GENTING HIGHLANDS: With the steepest climb in the Tour of Langkawi (LTdL) out of the way, Anuar Manan of Champion System is ready to resume his quest for the elusive stage win today.