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Olympic champ Farah unfazed by reporter
LOS ANGELES, USA February 27 - Double Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah appeared perplexed but kept his poise after being asked by a New Orleans television presenter if he had ever run before. Britain's Farah, the 5,000 metres and 10,000 metre champ in the 2012 Summer Olympics, won the New Orleans Rock 'n' Roll half-marathon in record time which earned him a live interview with local WSDU television reporter LaTonya Norton. "Now haven't you run before?" asked Norton, who also confused the half-marathon with the marathon. "Haven't you run before? This isn't your first time." Farah grinned and said he More...
G4S loses Sh9.95b over Olympics fiasco
LONDON, England, February 12 - British security giant G4S is to lose £70 million ($110 million, 82 million euros, Sh9.95b) over its failure to provide More...
Coaches ‘beat’ Japan female Judokas
TOKYO, Japan, January 30- Japan's Olympic female judokas were beaten with bamboo swords and slapped by their coaches, officials said, weeks after a schoolboy suicide More...
Bolt, Fraser-Pryce earn top awards
KINGSTON, Jamaica January 9 - Sprinting hero Usain Bolt and back-to-back Olympic 100 metre More...
Bolt dumped by Brit office girl
LONDON, England, December 25- The British office girl who ­captured the heart of More...
Govt distances itself from leaked Olympics report
NAIROBI, Kenya, December 18- The Government has denied authenticity of a leaked report More...

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