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Hollywood star Bill Murray to host Laureus Awards

Hugely popular Hollywood legend, comedian, actor and writer Bill Murray, famous for landmark roles in blockbuster films such as Groundhog Day, Ghostbusters, Lost In Translation and The Grand Budapest Hotel, is to host the 2016 Laureus World Sports Awards in Berlin.

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‘This is what Laureus is all about’

Sporting Legends give back to youngsters at Laureus Sport For Good Jam

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Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Toto Wolff and Niki Lauda fly in for Laureus Awards

Four key members of the triumphant Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One team will be flying in for the Laureus World Sports Awards, just 24 hours after the Chinese Grand Prix.

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Catching up with Laureus Nominee Katie Ledecky

Swimming superstar and Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year Nominee Katie Ledecky answers your questions.

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Laureus welcomes Allianz as Official Partner of 2016 Laureus Awards

Allianz, the world’s leading insurance and financial service provider, is to be the Official Partner of the this year's Laureus World Sports Awards. 

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Catching up with Laureus Nominee Carli Lloyd

Carli Lloyd became the first player to score three goals in the final of a FIFA Women’s World Cup, during the United States’ 5-2 victory over Japan.

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Chart-topper Marlon Roudette on stage at Laureus Awards

A massive star in Germany, where he has had three No.1 hits, Marlon’s 2011 single New Age spent eight weeks at the top of the German singles chart.

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The growing world of sport as a ‘nation builder’

‘Sport has the power to change the world’.

Nelson Mandela, the first Patron of Laureus Sport for Good, used those words back in 2000, and in every sense they ring true today

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Laureus football legend Cafu says Neymar should stay at Barcelona and become the best in the world

Brazilian star Neymar should remain at FC Barcelona and he will take over from Lionel Messi as the best player in the world, says Laureus World Sports Academy Member and football legend Cafu.

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Berlin the goal as Löw and Bierhoff lead football stars at Laureus Awards

Joachim Löw, coach of world champions Germany, and team manager Oliver Bierhoff, will be among the guests at the 2016 Laureus World Sports Awards Ceremony in Berlin on Monday, April 18.

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