Backers of Boston Olympics forecast operating surplus

BOSTON (Reuters) – Backers of Boston’s controversial bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games unveiled a revised plan for the Games on Monday that they said would run a $210 million operating surplus, addressing concerns the event would leave city taxpayers on the hook.









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Serena and Djokovic up and running at Wimbledon

LONDON (Reuters) – Serena Williams moved past the halfway mark in her quest for a rare calendar year grand slam and Novak Djokovic clicked smoothly back into gear as the 129th Wimbledon Championships opened for business on Monday.









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Messi bemoans scoring difficulties at Copa America

CONCEPCION, Chile (Reuters) – World Cup runners-up Argentina came to the Copa America in Chile as favorites and were expected to put plenty of goals past their opponents.

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Team Sky bends toward mountains for Tour

PARIS (Reuters) – Team Sky named a climbers’ team to help Chris Froome win the Tour de France for the second time, with Richie Porte being included despite uncertainty following his Giro d’Italia withdrawal.

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Japan stadium to cost over $2 billion, stick with basic design

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s trouble-plagued new National Stadium, the centerpiece of the 2020 Summer Olympics, will cost more than $2 billion to build, nearly twice the original estimate, and be completed two months later than first thought, officials said on Monday.









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Feud over female Davis Cup captain damaging, Nadal says

LONDON (Reuters) – The feud between the Spanish tennis federation and top players over Gala Leon’s appointment as the nation’s first female Davis Cup captain is damaging for the sport and could deter sponsors, Rafa Nadal said on Saturday.







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Murray hails Mauresmo after recent resurgence

LONDON (Reuters) – A feminine touch has helped Andy Murray get back to his best and the Briton has hailed the supportive influence of coach Amelie Mauresmo in his recent resurgence.

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