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Rio <strong>Olympic</strong> village 50 percent complete: Officials

Rio Olympic village 50 percent complete: Officials

19 Sep 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Construction work at Rio's 2016 Olympic village has reached 50 percent completion, authorities said.

Construction work,   Rio de Janeiro,   Rio Olympic village,   Rio Olympic Games,   2016 Olympics ,  
Rio <strong>Olympic</strong> village 50 percent complete: Officials

Rio Olympic village 50 percent complete: Officials

19 Sep 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Construction work at Rio's 2016 Olympic village has reached 50 percent completion, authorities said. Located in the neighbourhood of Barra da Tijuca, west of Rio's city centre, the village will accommodate 18,000 athletes and officials.

Rio de Janerio,   Olympics 2016,   Rio's 2016 Olympic village,  Paralympic Games,  
Indonesia will host 2018 Asian Games: OCA

Indonesia will host 2018 Asian Games: OCA

19 Sep 2014

Incheon: The Executive Board of the Olympic Council of Asia on Friday decided that Indonesian capital Jakarta will host the 18th Asian Games in 2018.

Incheon,   Olympic Council of Asia,   OCA,   Indonesian capital,   Jakarta,   18th Asian Games,   2018 Asian Games ,  
US hospitals prepares for <strong>trials</strong> of Apple's HealthKit

US hospitals prepares for trials of Apple's HealthKit

16 Sep 2014

San Francisco: Two prominent U.S. hospitals are preparing to launch trials with diabetics and chronic disease patients using Apple Inc's HealthKit, offering a glimpse of how the iPhone maker's ambitious take on healthcare will work in practice.

U.S. hospitals,   Diabetics,   chronic disease,   Apple Inc,   Apple HealthKit,   iPhone,   Healthcare,  
Pistorius free to compete, SA <strong>Olympic</strong> body says

Pistorius free to compete, SA Olympic body says

15 Sep 2014

Stellenbosch: Oscar Pistorius is free to compete for South Africa again, as long as his running doesn't go against the ruling of the judge. Pistorius, who is to be sentenced next month after being found guilty in the negligent killing of his girlfriend, could compete at any time because the South African Olympic committee has no regulations preventing someone with a criminal record from representing the country.

Oscar Pistorius ,  
Spencer, James grab headlines in Birmingham

Spencer, James grab headlines in Birmingham

25 Aug 2014

Birmingham: Jamaican Kaliese Spencer raced to her second fastest time of the year while Grenada's Olympic champion Kirani James also cruised, as they racked up wins in the Birmingham Grand Prix in Birmingham.

Birmingham,   Jamaican,   Kaliese Spencer,   second fastest time,   Grenada's Olympic champion,   Kirani James,   Birmingham Grand Prix,  
Asian Games: 2020 vision for <strong>Olympic</strong> hosts Japan

Asian Games: 2020 vision for Olympic hosts Japan

12 Sep 2014

Tokyo: Japan hope the appliance of science can trigger an Asian Games gold rush but admit they will struggle to steal hosts South Korea's thunder, insisting that building momentum for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics is their top priority.

Asian Games,   Japan,   South Korea,   Tokyo Olympics,   Olympic Games,   Incheon,   China,  
Gagan Narang misses <strong>Olympic</strong> quota by a place

Gagan Narang misses Olympic quota by a place

11 Sep 2014

Granada: Gagan Narang missed out on an Olympic quota by just one place as he finished sixth in the finals of 50-metre rifle prone while Prakash Nanjappa and Jitu Rai narrowly missed out on finals of men's 10-metre air pistol in the 51st Shooting World Championships on Thursday.

Gagan Narang,   Prakash Nanjappa,   Jitu Rai,   men's 10-metre air pistol,   Shooting World Championships,  
Hockey: India draw tough opponents in Champions Trophy

Hockey: India draw tough opponents in Champions Trophy

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Indian hockey team has been drawn in a tough group alongside Olympic champion Germany and World Cup runner-up the Netherlands among others for the Champions Trophy to be held in Bhubaneswar from December 6-14.

Indian hockey team,   Hockey India,   Olympic champion,   Germany hockey,   World Cup hockey,   Netherlands hockey,   Champions Trophy hockey,  
IOC president believes in success of Rio 2016 Olympics

IOC president believes in success of Rio 2016 Olympics

13 Sep 2014

Bucharest: International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach stated that 2016 Olympics Games to be held in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro will be a successful event as people has special love for the sports in the South American country. Brazil has successfully hosted the FIFA World Cup in June last.

Rio de Janeiro,   International Olympic Committee,   2016 Olympics Games,   Brazil,   Rio 2016 Summer Olympics,  

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