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NEW YORK (Reuters) - American teenager Kyle Giersdorf won $3 million (2.4 million pounds) on Sunday in New York after taking the top prize in a tournament for the popular online video game Fortnite.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's banking association said on Friday that the restructuring of the mounting debts of the country's top football clubs was moving forward, adding that the debts would be matured for five years, with two years without paying the principal on the loans.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee outlined plans to overhaul the bidding process for future Games, stating that cities interested in hosting the Games should hold referendums before submitting official tenders to avoid having to withdraw their candidacy at a later date.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The 2028 Summer Games will see host city Los Angeles record a profit of at least $1 billion (£784.3 million), mayor Eric Garcetti told a sports summit on Monday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Sacked Australia fullback Israel Folau has launched a crowd-funding campaign seeking A$3 million (£1.6 million) to help fund his legal action against Rugby Australia and the New South Wales Waratahs as he fights his termination in court.
LONDON (Reuters) - If Formula One shot itself in the foot in Canada on Sunday, as some said after the race, then a cynic might suggest it was remarkable there was anything left to hit.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Lennart Johansson, a Swede who presided over European soccer for 17 years as its new Champions League turned into a global commercial juggernaut, has died after a short illness aged 89, Sweden's Football Association said on Wednesday.
PARIS/DOHA (Reuters) - The Qatari president of French soccer club Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser al-Khelaifi, is under formal investigation in France for alleged corruption related to Doha's bid to host the athletics world championship, his lawyers said on Thursday.