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Olympic Travel Sickness

Japan has escaped FIFA censure after the coach of the women's football team admitted he wanted to avoid a result which would have meant his team playing their Olympic quarter-final in Glasgow....
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Olympic Travel Sickness

Japan has escaped FIFA censure after the coach of the women's football team admitted he wanted to avoid a result which would have meant his team playing their Olympic quarter-final in Glasgow....
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T In The Park Sells Out…Again

DF Concerts & Events has reported sell out sales for T in the Park’s early bird ticket offer, which was launched last week, with thousands of music fans using the new £50 deposit scheme to secure their place at T20, the festival’s 20th year, in 2013....
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Numbers Boost For LOCOG

More than two million people watched Olympic events during the first three days of London 2012, statistics have revealed, giving a welcome boost to organisers under fire for empty seats at some venues....
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Numbers Boost For LOCOG

More than two million people watched Olympic events during the first three days of London 2012, statistics have revealed, giving a welcome boost to organisers under fire for empty seats at some venues....
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Golden Balls At The Helm

London 2012 Ceremonies and the BBC tasked Chris Livett and company, Livett Launches, with helping to plan and execute David Beckham’s River Thames sequence in Danny Boyle’s opening extravaganza....
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Golden Balls At The Helm

London 2012 Ceremonies and the BBC tasked Chris Livett and company, Livett Launches, with helping to plan and execute David Beckham’s River Thames sequence in Danny Boyle’s opening extravaganza....