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Olympics: Tokyo 2020 venues to be 100 percent smoke-free - organisers

TOKYO (Reuters) - All the venues for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be 100 percent smoke-free, the organisers said on Thursday.

Moscow mania hits Klang Valley

After a month of non-stop football, the World Cup finally reached its climax as first-time finalists Croatia took on a star-studded France in Moscow, Russia.

Watching the 2018 World Cup? Polyglot New York Has Got You Covered

NEW YORK — I was trying to watch the match on the TV over the bar, but it was hard to see around some very tall Belgian women wearing red devil costumes and brandishing tridents.

Five decades of promoting rugby

FIFTY-year-old Combined Old Boys Rugby Association (Cobra), now known as Cobra Rugby Club, has many reasons to celebrate.

Analysis - Fancy fast food shares surge in U.S. as Shake Shack draws shorts

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Investors seem willing to pay just about anything for a better burger.

AFF Suzuki Cup embodies region’s footballing prowess and its people

It’s not just a sporting spectacle. In fact, the AFF Suzuki Cup has contributed to a greater understanding between Asean nations and its people.

Olympians and old blazers on show at English regatta

HENLEY-ON-THAMES (Reuters) - It's one of England's great days out: a combination of gruelling sports event and high-society picnic.

Wrecking ball awaits art deco Olympic volleyball venue

LONDON (Reuters) - Permission to flatten London's art deco Earls Court exhibition centre and its 1930s-style fixtures should come shortly after the venue finishes playing host to the Olympic volleyball tournament, its owners said on Tuesday.

London Games glitches

LONDON: Athletes began arriving in London for the Olympic Games on Monday – to be greeted by road chaos, a deepening security shambles, bungling bus drivers and pouring rain as Britain’s damp squib summer continued.

IOC boss gives Rio thumbs up for 2016 preparations

RIO DE JANEIRO: Jacques Rogge, the head of the International Olympic Committee, said he saw Rio de Janeiro well on its way to preparing to host the 2016 Olympic Games.