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TOKYO (Reuters) - Olympic organisers have capped the number of spectators allowed into venues, but will offer Japanese students special access under a programme that would let hundreds of thousands of children see the world's best athletes compete.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Olympic sponsor Panasonic will back any decision by Olympic 2020 organizers on whether to allow spectators at the Tokyo games as a rise in COVID-19 infections in Japan's capital triggers tighter lockdown measures, the company's CEO said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Sports ruling bodies expressed their disappointment at the decision of Olympics organisers to ban spectators from the July 23-Aug. 8 Tokyo Games but understood Japan's need to take drastic action to curb the spread of COVID-19.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Kazunori Takishima's Olympic dream of setting a world record - a plan that had cost him almost $40,000 - ended this week when organisers said spectators would be banned for most of the Games events.
PRETORIA (Reuters) -The British & Irish Lions overcame spirited opposition to beat the Sharks 71-31 at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Saturday and win the third match on their South African tour in a 16-try extravaganza.
(Reuters) - Pandemic-driven limitations on the number of spectators allowed into French stadiums will be lifted when the Ligue 1 season resumes, though fans will need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative PCR test, the French sports minister said on Tuesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Global interest in the Tokyo Olympics is muted, an Ipsos poll of 28 countries showed, amid concerns over COVID-19 in Japan and withdrawals of high-profile athletes, with the host country among the most disinterested.
TOKYO (Reuters) -International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said on Thursday there was "zero" risk of Games participants infecting Japanese residents with COVID-19, as cases hit a six-month high in the host city.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Olympic gold medallist turned chief of the Japan Sports Agency, Koji Murofushi, said on Friday that Olympics organisers needed flexibility and swift decision-making in reacting to the spread in COVID-19 infections with the Games only a week away.