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  • Rio Games ramp up infrastructure investment to outstrip LondonRio Games ramp up infrastructure investment to outstrip London

    Brazil will spend 24.1 billion reais ($10.8 billion) on infrastructure projects for the 2016 Rio Olympics in an effort to ensure South America's first Games are delivered on time, organizers have announced.

  • Barca blow as foot injury rules Neymar out for four weeksBarca blow as foot injury rules Neymar out for four weeks

    Brazilian star Neymar could miss the rest of the club season after being ruled out for four weeks with an injured left foot, dealing Barcelona a worrying blow to their La Liga hopes.

  • Heat playoff run could decide James' future in Miami

    The Miami Heat may not be entering the playoffs as the top seed but they are still very much the team to beat, and anything less than a third consecutive NBA title could lead to the breakup of their Big Three. No club has won three straight titles since the Los Angeles Lakers in the early 2000s, and the 16-team field for this year's playoffs, which begin on Saturday, has no shortage of contenders for the NBA's Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy. The San Antonio Spurs, who were a whisker away from winning last year's NBA Finals, and the Indiana Pacers, eager to avenge last season's loss to Miami in the Eastern conference finals, are just two of the many teams feeling good about their chances.

  • Ex-All Black Reihana retiresEx-All Black Reihana retires

    Former All Blacks full-back Bruce Reihana announced his retirement on Thursday after the 38-year-old revealed that his contract with French side Bordeaux Begles was not being renewed.

  • Violence, cash problems hit Brazilian footballViolence, cash problems hit Brazilian football

    Brazil has the best footballers but a championship confronting violence, racism and money problems.

  • FIFA's Valcke back in Brazil for Cup visitsFIFA's Valcke back in Brazil for Cup visits

    FIFA on Thursday announced that its secretary general Jerome Valcke will return to Brazil next week to visit World Cup host cities Sao Paulo, Curitiba, Cuiaba and Fortaleza from Tuesday to Thursday.

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