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The World Cup
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Course workers added 40 meters (130 feet) to the biathlon track for the Sochi Olympics on Friday because it was too short.
A worker was killed in an accident outside the World Cup stadium in the jungle city of Manaus, local organizers said Friday, in the latest incident tarnishing Brazil's image as it tries to get ready for soccer's showcase event in June.
Brazilian players are preparing to go on strike and halt the country's leading championship this weekend to demand more security after an attack by fans of a top club.
With the World Cup just months away, Brazilian football is under the spotlight for the wrong reasons again after players from one of the country's most popular clubs were attacked by fans upset with the team's struggles.
In two or 10, or even 20 years' time a visitor to South Africa might turn to a football fan and ask: "So, what did that 2010 World Cup do for you?"
Less than 10 percent of ticket requests will be filled in FIFA's second phase of allocations for the World Cup.
Constructors say they have removed the giant roofing structure that destroyed part of the World Cup stadium in Sao Paulo after a crane collapsed last year.
England coach Roy Hodgson seems to have made up with local officials in the Brazilian jungle city of Manaus.
Brazil assistant coach and former world champion Carlos Alberto Parreira says it's "a joke" that the Brazilian government took so long to start working on some of the infrastructure projects needed for the World Cup.