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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.
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.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German sportswear brand Puma plans to rejoin the basketball market as it makes a push to grow in the United States and China and bring its profitability closer to that of larger rivals Adidas and Nike.
(Reuters) - Nike Inc on Thursday signalled an end to revenue declines in North America as the world's largest footwear maker reaps the benefits of its efforts to sell directly to customers and focus on new launches.
BEIJING/LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One is in talks with potential Chinese partners to set up a new local venture, four sources have told Reuters, which would help it push deeper into the huge but still nascent China market.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Adidas
LONDON (Reuters) - A shortage of carbon dioxide has hit Britain's biggest brewers and soft drink makers, disrupting production just as drinkers' thirst peaks due to a heatwave and a World Cup soccer tournament in which England is doing unusually well.
AS the advancements of technology continues to creep into golf, we explore one of the new innovations available in the market in an interview this week. Cobra Puma Golf head of South-East Asia and Japan, Clay Gary, who recently travelled from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, shed some light on what they have introduced to the market and what it means to the sport.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - The death of Leicester City soccer club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha adds to challenges his King Power International empire faces as its dominance of the lucrative Thai duty-free industry comes under scrutiny.