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BERLIN (Reuters) - Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov came out on Monday as the mystery buyer of the original 1892 Olympic manifesto, the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia ever sold at auction, when he donated it to the Olympic museum in Lausanne.
MILAN (Reuters) - AS Roma said on Monday it was in talks with a group led by U.S. billionaire Dan Friedkin about a sale of the Serie A soccer club, though no formal deal had yet been agreed.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The original Olympic manifesto outlining the foundation of the modern Games shattered the world record for the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia sold at auction, fetching $8.8 million on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Ticket demand for the NFL's five international games this season has jumped 55% compared to 2018 thanks to the American football league's efforts to grow its global fan base, ticket retailer StubHub said on Thursday.
MANCHESTER (Reuters) - One of English football's oldest clubs, Bury, face expulsion from the professional game if they fail to prove on Friday to the Football League (EFL) that they have solved their financial problems.
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.
DOHA/DUBAI (Reuters) - Qatar's Doha Tower, a spike-tipped cylinder that glows orange at night, won an award when finished in 2012 amid a Gulf-wide real estate boom, but today about half of its 46 floors are empty.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Some spectators had complaints ranging from problems with the ticketing systems to transport arrangements on the third day of competition at the 18th Asian Games as organisers in Indonesia pledged quick fixes.
A DELEGATION from Malaysia and Brunei saw first-hand what it’s like to organise an expo of genuine international repute when they visited the Thailand Golf Travel Mart 2018 in Phuket.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A Chinese kitchen appliance maker is paying out up to 79 million yuan (£8.9 million) in refunds to its customers after vowing last month that it would do so if France won the soccer World Cup competition.