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Sepang International Circuit (SIC) and Kuala Lumpur City Hall are organising an F1 walk-hunt in conjunction with the launch of the 2003 Petronas Malaysian F1 Grand Prix campaign at the Dataran Merdeka on Saturday.
Last year's runners-up CSKA Moscow beat champions Lokomotiv 3-1 in a tense derby on Tuesday to extend their lead at thetop of the Russian league table.
South African Sports Minister Ngconde Balfour has summoned rugby chiefs to an urgent meeting to find out about a military-style #8220;boot camp#8221; Springbok players were put through before the World Cup.
More than 2,000 police, troops and rescue workers, dressed in little seen protective clothing, suddenly descended on the Greek capital from Friday night to Sunday night to train for worst case scenarios during the August 13-29 Games.
Greece said on Tuesday it was reconsidering plans to cover the Athens Olympics swimming stadium with a roof after the contractor in charge of building it told organisers he could not complete it.
Concerns over stadium roofs, marathon routes and transport infrastructure will not get in the way of Athens staging a spectacular Olympics, a defiant 2004 Games chief Gianna Angelopoulos said on Friday.
Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava promised his controversial roof over Athens main Olympic Stadium would be ready on time, breaking his silence on Friday over an outcry about the pace of preparations.