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(Reuters) - John Terry has left his role as Aston Villa assistant head coach in the hope of becoming a manager elsewhere, the Premier League side announced on Monday as the former England international ended his four-year association with the club.
TOKYO (Reuters) - As a nutritionist for South Korean Olympians for 35 years, Han Jung-sook says Tokyo Olympics is a challenging mission.
IZU, Japan (Reuters) -Britain's Tom Pidcock became the youngest ever Olympic mountain bike champion as he left his rivals in a cloud of dust as he stormed to the gold medal on the Izu course on Monday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - France's Martin Thomas came first in the men's canoe slalom on Monday, beating medal favourites including past silver medalists Matej Benus from Slovakia and Germany's Sideris Tasiadis who did just enough to proceed to the final later in the day.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Games by the official Olympic broadcaster will focus only on athletes' performances and adopt a more gender-neutral approach to filming than may have been the case in the past, its CEO said on Monday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - For a man brought up in the chilly climes of Bergen in Norway it was something of a surprise to hear Kristian Blummenfelt say he was a bit disappointed that the temperature had not been a bit higher at Monday's Olympic men's triathlon.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The Dutch rowing team has agreed to separate itself from other competitors after one of its athletes, a coach and a staff member all tested positive for COVID-19, the team's performance director told Reuters on Monday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The waves at the Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach are getting bigger and more powerful by the day, but picking the perfect one to surf their way into gold medal contention is proving to be the biggest challenge of all for the Olympic competitors.
TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. skateboard star Nyjah Huston nursed his bruising Sunday loss in the inaugural men's street event at the Tokyo Olympics, apologising to his supporters and extolling the importance of athletes taking care of their mental health after competitions.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Australia's hopes of a surfing gold medal suffered a crushing blow as world no.5 Stephanie Gilmore crashed out of the women's competition, losing to rank outsider Bianca Buitendag of South Africa in their last 16 heat early on Monday morning.