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FT.com, not traditionally known for its sports coverage, has tied up with Sportinglife.com. The sports site, which was set up by the Press A…

FT.com, not traditionally known for its sports coverage, has tied up with Sportinglife.com. The sports site, which was set up by the Press Association and Trinity Mirror before being sold last year to UKBetting, will supply FT.com with coverage of all sports. The sports content will be available to all FT.com users, not just subscribers to the site’s premium service. Since it introduced a subscription charge for some areas of the site in July, FT.com has attracted about 20,000 paying customers.

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