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50,000 new Olympic tickets released

A new batch of about 50,000 tickets to events in the Olympic Park are on sale, London 2012 said today.

NBA propose under-23 format for Olympic basketball

The NBA wants to pull basketball's top players out of future Olympic Games and model the competition on the under-23 format used in football.

Deng clear to play for Team GB – but at a cost

British Basketball's performance director, Chris Spice, has opened a war of words with the NBA and the Chicago Bulls over Luol Deng's availability for this summer's Olympic Games.

Basketball: O2 confirmed as Final Four venue

The O2 Arena in London will host the 2013 and 2014 Final Four tournaments – Europe's premier club basketball competition – Euroleague officials said yesterday ahead of this season's final in Istanbul.

A test event at the Olympic Stadium yesterday

900,000 Olympic tickets to go on sale this Friday

Those unlucky enough to have missed out on London 2012 Olympics tickets twice may discover their fortunes have changed after organisers announced they will be given first bite at the remaining 900,000 seats on Friday morning.

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Andrew Luck is one of the names to watch at the NFL draft

American Football: Do believe the hype! NFL draft is the craziest show in town

It is fantasy football come true. Thirty-two teams picking future gridiron superstars live on prime-time television. What's not to like?

Olympic protest declared unlawful

Protesters camping at Leyton Marshes in east London to stop the construction of Olympic training facilities have failed to block a High Court eviction order.

Order gives go ahead for Olympic basketball protest camp eviction

A High Court official today granted a possession order paving the way for the eviction of protesters opposed to the building of an Olympic basketball training facility in parkland.

Stratford sunset: the stadium and the Orbit observation tower

How the internet will solve an Olympian puzzle

Millions of spectators and tourists are expected to flock to London this summer, placing a huge strain on essential services. Rhodri Marsden looks at IT's role in keeping things running

Messi scoring his third goal last night, the 234th of his Barcelona career

Lionel Messi hat-trick sees him become Barcelona's all-time top scorer

Lionel Messi last night surpassed the goal record set by Cesar Rodriguez during the 1940s and 50s to become Barcelona's all-time top scorer.

Going for gold: Hotels are raising prices for the 2012 Olympics

Second World War bomb found at Olympic training venue

As time ticks down to the Olympic Games, workmen were forced to come to a standstill after discovering a Nazi bomb left over from the Blitz.

Obama has learnt to talk British

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Putin may offer his rival candidate Mikhail Prokhorov a position in his government

Was Putin's presidential 'rival' really an undercover ally all along?

Vladimir Putin suggested yesterday that when he returns to the Kremlin in May he may offer the oligarch Mikhail Prokhorov a position in his government.

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A photography exhibition opposing discrimination across Europe opens in Croatia this weekend. We showcase the inspirational pictures

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