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Photo: Shauna-Kay Hines, (kicking) has been selected to promote next year's postponed Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

 

 

 

 

Jamaican athlete, Shauna-Kay Hines, has been selected by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) - the worldwide governing body for para sports - for an ongoing initiative in social media to promote next year's postponed Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

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Photo: Didier Drogba on the go for the Ivory Coast (Getty Images)

 

Didier Drogba is the real big man. He proved that once again yesterday, inspiring the Ivory Coast to a come from behind 2-1 win over Japan in their Group C opening encounter of the FIFA World Cup 2014. Cutting a very unhappy figure on the bench and having to watch his countrymen struggle against the slick passing Japanese, the largest “Elephant in the room” just could not wait to join the action.

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Photo: Gervinho and Drogba celebrate Ivory Coast winner over Japan in their Group C opener in the FIFA World Cup 2014. (Getty Images)

 

African powerhouse Ivory Coast found it tough against a very disciplined Japanese team in their opening fixture of the 2014 World Cup. The 'Golden Generation', in their last chance on the world stage had to fight hard to come from behind to clip the Samurai Blue 2-1 orchestrated by young right back Serge Aurier.

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Photo: Ivory Coast (Getty Images)

 

Group C

There is always a group in the World Cup which least excites the general footballling public, except of course for those fans of the countries. Group C is one such group. However, in a group such has this one there is always a team who manages to get in the round of 16 (knock out phase) and create some major upsets.