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TOKYO (Reuters) - Buses may not be the most glamorous mode of transport but at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games, they will represent Toyota Motor Corp's <7203.T> best bet for wider acceptance of hydrogen power - technology so far eclipsed by electric vehicles.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Irrespective of how Joe Schmidt's time with Ireland ends in the coming weeks, the New Zealander will still depart as the national team's greatest ever coach.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Novak Djokovic was feeling right at home on the Arthur Ashe Stadium hardcourt on Monday, which may be bad news for anyone hoping to deny the defending champion from adding to his Grand Slam tally.
Former Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) secretary Datuk Sieh Kok Chi strongly feels that NSI should extend a helping hand to independent shuttlers Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying who are in need of a sports performance analyst.
DES MOINES, IOWA (Reuters) - Whether it's Monaco or Austin, Texas, Michael Norman wants to check out a Formula One race.
CAIRO (Reuters) - A former Egypt coach called for a military officer to head the Egyptian Football Federation (EFA) after the host nation was knocked out of the Africa Cup of Nations.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - Indian advertisers are on track to spend more than $400 million (315.73 million pounds) during this year's ICC Cricket World Cup, looking to cash in on a mania that is smashing viewing records in the world's biggest market for the sport.
LONDON (Reuters) - British ultra-cyclist James MacDonald's attempt to set a new 24-hour distance record in a velodrome ended in heartbreak on Sunday when a crash scuppered his hopes of travelling the 941.873km required to beat Austrian Christoph Strasser's mark.
LONDON (Reuters) - Riding a bicycle round and round a velodrome non-stop for 24 hours sounds like a form of penance but for 48-year-old James MacDonald it is just another extreme two-wheeled challenge that needs to be crossed off his list.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's Bali United this week became the first club in Southeast Asia to list its shares, a move that officials and fans hope could be a step towards developing a league that has been dogged by allegations of corruption.