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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two-time Olympic medallist Michelle Kwan was uninjured after an auto accident on Friday, when a mattress flew off of another vehicle causing a collision, according to her recounting of the bizarre incident.
LIVING in a country where there are almost no major natural disasters, I must say I had no idea of what to expect when the news came that Typhoon Tisoy was going to hit the Philippines – just as my mates and I are there to cover the SEA Games.
AS we left for Manila, the news was not good. The stadiums were not ready, the organisers were ill-prepared, food was going to be a problem – it was worse for Muslims who needed halal food – and the accommodation and facilities for athletes and the media were well below par.
ONE can never get hungry in the vibrant city of Manila. There are countless home-grown fast food chains such as Jollibee, Chowking and Mang Inasal, apart from the McDonald’s, KFC and Burger King located almost just a few metres away from each other on the streets. And most are operating 24 hours
(Reuters) - Team by team analysis of Sunday's season-ending Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix (listed in championship order):
THE last-minute inclusion of the individual all-around event in the women’s artistic gymnastics has brought a smile to Tan Ing Yueh’s face.
THE big day is here. The months of preparations, the training and the competitions all come to a head when the 30th SEA Games begins in earnest in the Philippines with the opening ceremony today.
TRANSPORT delays, footballers training in the streets and two toilets in one stall: a chaotic final build-up has put the Philippines under pressure before the Southeast Asian Games open on Saturday.
MANILA (Reuters) - Soccer players sleeping on the floor or stranded at the airport, transport hiccups and handwritten fixture lists, not enough drinking water and food unfit for athletes - the Philippines' hosting of the Southeast Asian Games is off to a chaotic start.
IT was all fumble and grumble in Manila as teams started arriving for the SEA Games but, luckily, the national Under-23 football team did not face any issues in Manila apart from the traffic. Other teams reported having to wait for hours for the team bus and even being brought to the wrong hotel.