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China's Wanda Sports raises $190.4 million in downsized IPO

HONG KONG/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wanda Sports Group, a sport events owner whose interests include the distribution of media rights in Asia for the FIFA World Cup, said on Friday it priced a smaller-than-expected U.S. initial public offering (IPO) below its targeted range to raise $190.4 million (£153.07 million).

Golf

Golf - Women get their day at Augusta but Burk still teeing off

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Women will have their day at Augusta National on Saturday when the golf club, once ground zero in the gender equality battle, hosts the final round of the Augusta National Women's Amateur (ANWA).

Motorsport

Chinese drivers take baby steps towards F1 dream

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The tyres of the Aston Martin Racing team car screech and the engine roars as it leaves the pits on its way back into the race at the Shanghai international circuit, one of China's premier motor racing venues.

Football

Chicago Cubs owners interested in controlling stake in AC Milan

MILAN (Reuters) - The Ricketts family, owner of the Major League baseball team Chicago Cubs, expressed interest on Friday in acquiring a controlling stake in Italian top-rank football club AC Milan.

Other Sport

Goal! Investors line up World Cup winners off the pitch

LONDON (Reuters) - The soccer World Cup is a massive money-spinner and stock market players are busy picking brewers, betting firms, pub chains and sportswear brands that will benefit from the associated global spending surge.

Football

Crowds to crowdfunding - Football ace targets fans' hearts and wallets

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A minnow of English football, Stevenage FC, is an unlikely candidate to be at the forefront of financial innovation in the game.

Motorsport

Fresh F1 owner Liberty Media looks to expand number of races

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Liberty Media is looking to expand the number of Formula One races, hoping to cash in on the glamorous appeal of its newly acquired asset, chief executive Greg Maffei said on Wednesday.

Other Sport

From the Olympics to Wall Street - The athletes who become brokers

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Emily Samuelson competed at the highest level as an ice dancer over the course of her 15-year career, retiring after skating in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. But like many Olympians, she never earned enough to cover her expenses.

Football

Winner takes all in mega football shirt deals

BERLIN (Reuters) - A battle between Adidas and Nike for dominance of the global football gear market is driving a steep rise in sponsorship payments to elite clubs - and cutting into the two manufacturers' profits.