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(Reuters) - The global chip shortage has grounded major automotive factories to a halt but pushed technology giants to become more flexible by diverting existing supplies to their most profitable products, analysts and executives said.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Even without Simone Biles the United States will still offer a steely defence of the Olympic women's gymnastics all-around crown worn by an American since the 2004 Athens Summer Games.
TOKYO (Reuters) - When Simone Biles decided she was dropping out of the team gymnastics competition and told her teammates, for a few seconds they were in shock.
ICHINOMIYA, Japan (Reuters) - Australian surfer Owen Wright suffered a traumatic brain injury in 2015 after a training wipeout, but all that was forgotten on Tuesday as he crowned his remarkable comeback with an Olympic bronze medal.
YOKOHAMA, Japan (Reuters) - The 14 youngest softball players during Tokyo 2020's opening round fared worse by some measures than the dozen oldest, but the newcomers are committed to getting on top at future Games - if they get the chance.
THE Olympic Games is supposed to highlight excellence, unity and good sporting behaviour — of what’s exemplary, of what’s outstanding and noble.
TOKYO (Reuters) - As a nutritionist for South Korean Olympians for 35 years, Han Jung-sook says Tokyo Olympics is a challenging mission.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The men's Olympic triathlon suffered a rare and embarrassing false start on Monday as half the field dived in while the others were blocked by a media boat, leading to frantic action by a mini-flotilla of boats and jet skis to haul back swimmers.
TOKYO: Tunisia’s Ahmed Hafnaoui was so shocked to see his name in the gold medal position for the 400m freestyle, he did not believe his eyes but after letting his stunning win at the Tokyo Olympics sink in he said he hoped to have made his family proud.