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On this day: Born April 8, 1912 - Sonja Henie, Norwegian figure skater

(Reuters) - Oslo's shock April snowfall of 1912 is remembered as one of the city's more memorable events of the last century, but it pales in comparison to the emergence of Sonja Henie, the precocious figure-skater who went on to become a hugely successful Hollywood movie star and performer, in its wake.


Colombian pop star loses over 50 million rubles in valuables at World Cup - reports

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Colombian pop singer Maluma was robbed of luxury items worth over 50 million roubles (£594,418) from his hotel room near Moscow's Red Square, Russian media reported on Tuesday, citing police sources.


Deadly Turin soccer stampede was caused by pepper spray thieves -prosecutor

TURIN, Italy (Reuters) - A stampede last year that killed a woman during the screening of a soccer match in the Italian city of Turin was started by thieves using pepper spray to rob their victims, the city's chief prosecutor said on Friday.

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Jewellery group employees shine at inaugural Sports Day

HABIB Group recently held it inaugural Sports Day 2017 over the course of three circuits.


Venus overpowers Riske at Cincinnati Masters

(Reuters) - Ninth-seeded Venus Williams used her powerful serve and pinpoint shot making to defeat fellow American Alison Riske 6-2 6-0 in the first round of the Cincinnati Masters on Tuesday.


All for the love of sport

SO, this was what sports used to be like back in the good old days.

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America's Cup enters new era with post-Bermuda team deal

LONDON (Reuters) - America's Cup teams have agreed a new framework for sport's oldest trophy which aims to make it easier to meet the multi-million dollar costs of hi-tech boats, raise sponsorship and give clarity for sailors, fans and broadcasters.


Nothing left for me to prove, says new world number one Kerber

MUNICH (Reuters) - Newly-crowned world number one Angelique Kerber has nothing left to prove after clinching the U.S. Open for a second grand slam this year and securing a place in the record books, the German said on Tuesday.


FIFA files for compensation in U.S. as victim of corruption

ZURICH/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global football body FIFA has applied to United States authorities for tens of millions of dollars compensation from ex-officials indicted there and recognised that executive committee members had in the past sold their votes in World Cup hosting contests.


Ex-FIFA official asks to live at home with pool tied to alleged bribe

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former high-ranking football official charged with soliciting bribes, including $500,000 (324,576 pounds) that allegedly went to build a swimming pool at his house, wants to stay in that house near Atlanta while he awaits trial, his lawyer said on Thursday.