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The groups for the 2018 edition are now known and FIFA has already kicked off pre-tournament festivities, including the World Cup Trophy Tour, which is taking place for the fourth time. With the big kick-off not far away, Goal takes a look at the tour and brings you everything you need to know. The World Cup Trophy Tour is a part of the build-up to the tournament which allows fans around the world to see the original trophy up close and take a photograph with it. Run in association with FIFA's long-term partner Coca-Cola, the tour is billed as an "exciting and exclusive experience" for lovers of the game, who would otherwise only be able to see the trophy in Zurich at the World Football Museum. The concept was first rolled out ahead of the 2006 World Cup in Germany, when the trophy visited 29 countries. It became a bigger attraction as part of the build-up to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, touching down in 84 countries (including 50 in Africa). Before the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the tour took in its greatest number of countries to date, visiting 90 destinations over 267 days. The promotional exercise involves World Cup winners and dignitaries from different countries takingthe opportunity to pose with the historic accolade. What countries and cities will the trophy visit? As mentioned, the trophy is taken to a number of different countries as FIFA promotes its showpiece event around the world. The 2018 World Cup Trophy Tour began in September 2017 in Russia, where it stayed for 78 days, visiting 16 cities, before moving on to the international leg of the tour.
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(AP Photo/David Banks) Sung Hyun Park, of South Korea, reacts after making a birdie putt during the first hole of a playoff on the 18th hole during the final round of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship golf tournament at Kemper Lakes Golf Club in Kildeer, Ill., Sunday, July 1, 2018. (AP Photo/David Banks) Sung Hyun Park, of South Korea, celebrates on the 16th green after defeating So Yeon Ryu, also of South Korea, during the second playoff hole during the final round of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship golf tournament at Kemper Lakes Golf Club in Kildeer, Ill., Sunday, July 1, 2018. (Mark Black/Daily Herald via AP) KILDEER, Ill. Sung Hyun Park beat So Yeon Ryu on the second hole of a playoff in the KPMG Womens PGA Championship for her second major title. After a brief rain delay on the par-4 16th hole at Kemper Lakes, Ryus birdie try rolled past, and Park finished off her South Korean compatriot with a 10-footer. Park raised her arms and placed her hands on her head before hugging her caddie and wiping away tears. Japanese teen Nasa Hataoko, after shooting an 8-under 64 to post at 10 under, dropped out of the playoff with a par on the par-4 18th. Ryu made a 20-footer for birdie from the fringe, and Park followed from 10 feet. Park closed with a 3-under 69.
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