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OYAMA TOWN, Japan (Reuters) -Primoz Roglic shrugged off Tour de France disappointment to claim Slovenia's first-ever Olympic cycling gold medal on Wednesday with a perfectly-executed ride in the road time trial.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Sam Walsh, a former chief executive of Rio Tinto Ltd, has joined the board of an Aboriginal group on whose traditional lands in Western Australia Rio Tinto and BHP Group have operations.
TOKYO (Reuters) -World middleweight boxing champion Lauren Price dominated in her opening bout at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday, saying she was "massively" inspired by Britain's performance in taekwondo, a sport in which she has also competed.
(Reuters) - Former England captain Michael Vaughan has called for Australian authorities to relax stringent pandemic entry regulations to allow players' families to travel to the country or else delay the upcoming Ashes series by a year.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Italy raced their way to an Olympic bronze in the men's four medal race on Wednesday, but team stalwart Bruno Rosetti missed out on his chance for a treasured piece of hardware after a COVID-19 test came back positive hours before the final.
KUALA LUMPUR: Market sentiment was soft on Wednesday amid the ongoing rout in Chinese markets, even as investors turned their attention towards a recovery theme.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Britain won the gold medal in the men's 4x200m freestyle relay at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: Over a million vaccine doses have been administered over the past two days, says Khairy Jamaluddin.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Wing Regan Ware and inspirational captain Scott Curry scored two tries each as New Zealand defeated Britain 29-7 in their semi-final at the Olympic Rugby Sevens to set up a gold medal meeting with old foes Fiji at the Tokyo Stadium on Wednesday.
First it was Naomi Osaka, now weeks later a tearful Simone Biles. Two of the biggest names in sport have publicly revealed that they are struggling with their mental health -- and they could be the catalyst for wider change.