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German Bundesliga football season and Olympic Games at DW-WORLD.DE

Deutsche Welle's official Web presence and its staff of polyglot journalists are on the ball, literally.


New season, new (abortive) attempt? - Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Dortmund

At DW-WORLD.DE, you can find frequent reports and background features on Germany's premier soccer league, the Bundesliga, in English. A highlight of the site is the Bundesliga game "TIP 4 THE TOP," which lets you bet on the season's games, which begin on August 6, as an individual or as part of a team. The game, first introduced during the Euro 2004 soccer championships, has already proven a favorite among thousands of users worldwide. Among the prize winners -- some of whom won signed uniforms from the German national soccer team -- were players from countries like Russia, China and Eritrea. The site also offers a live ticker of major games and scores and statistics for every game and team in the Bundesliga. You can find our Bundesliga coverage online at the following link:

But at DW-WORLD.DE, we've got far more than soccer on our minds this summer. We'll also be offering comprehensive coverage of the Summer Olympics in Athens, which kick off on August 13 and run through the 29th. Deutsche Welle's Olympics portal offers daily reports of the Athens events. Additionally, we've put together features on Olympic history and the bidding process for the 2012 Games. With our Olympics Quiz, DW-WORLD.DE users can test their knowledge of the Olympiad. They will also have the chance to win great prizes. DW-WORLD.DE's Olympic special can be found at:

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August 3, 2004