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At a quiet airport west of Paris every Wednesday morning, they board a plush eight-seat Piper Cheyenne III propeller aircraft for an hour-long flight across the Channel. Most of them look like managers in a multi-national company on a trip to discuss global product strategy #8211; and in a way, they are.
If there is one thing the Germans are famous for, it's ruthless efficiency. And that's exactly they are applying as they prepare for the 2006 World Cup Finals, a tournament they want to famously host and win. STARSPORT'S ERIC SAMUEL was in Germany to see how things are going along.
The Tour of Langkawi this year will prove to be a major logistics job with a massive daily movement of over 1,450 people including competitors, race officials and event personnel from one location to another.
International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge said Tuesday that a test for human growth hormone could be used at the Athens Olympics in August without the athletes' knowledge.
No clear threat had been identified so far that the Athens Olympics had been marked for likely terror attacks, the security chief for the Games organisers (ATHOC) said on Tuesday.
Athens will impose a no-fly zone over the city a week before the Olympics and has drawn up contingency plans to shoot down hijacked planes than could be used in a Sept 11-style attack, a senior Greek air defence official said on Tuesday.