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SBD Global/January 29, 2014/Olympics
Int'l Olympic Committee Denies Reports Of North Korea Participation In Sochi Olympics
Published January 29, 2014
PRIZE MONEY: In Seoul, Na Jeong-ju wrote oil refiner S-Oil said Monday that "it will give rewards to Korean skaters who win medals" at the upcoming Sochi Olympics. The company will pay 20M won ($18,460) each to Gold Medalists in individual races, 10M won ($9,200) to Silver Medal winners and 5M won ($4,600) to Bronze Medal winners (KOREA TIMES, 1/27).