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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton has a week to wait for his sixth Formula One championship and the sport's U.S. owners could hardly have wished for a better backdrop to the celebrations.
PARIS (Reuters) - The corporate "caravan" that motors across valleys and mountains ahead of the cyclists competing in the Tour de France has been a crowd-pleaser for decades, but ecologists want organisers to put an end to the avalanche of plastic it generates.
PARIS (Reuters) - Simona Halep's path to a second successive French Open title cleared up in spectacular fashion on Saturday after 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams and world number one Naomi Osaka exited Roland Garros in the third round on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Formula One and local organisers have given up on plans to hold a race in downtown Miami because of the disruption for businesses and residents, the Miami Herald reported on Wednesday.
THE MKH Walk 2018 saw 900 participants complete a 5km racewalking challenge at MKH Bhd’s expanding flagship development, Kajang 2.
PARIS — The bells of Notre Dame rang out, subway conductors sounded their horns across Paris and crowds packed the Champs-Élysées for the second day running Monday — an explosion of joy washing over France even greater than 20 years ago, when the country last won the men’s soccer World Cup.
PARIS/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Millions of French fans were overwhelmed with joy on Sunday as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win soccer's World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow, sparking ecstatic scenes of celebration from Paris to Marseille, from Lyon to Lille.
NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia (Reuters) - With fears of hooliganism and animosity from Russians disappearing fast, England fans are streaming into the tranquil, riverside city of Nizhny Novgorod for their next game, mingling happily with locals in old streets and sun-kissed squares.
SARANSK, Russia (Reuters) - Sustained by Portuguese wine, cheese and sausage, and battling off swarms of mosquitoes, friends Carlos Brum and Pedro Lobito have driven their spectacularly decorated camper van 7,000km from Lisbon to Russia to cheer on their heroes in the World Cup.