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(Reuters) - The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Friday it would ask German broadcaster ARD to share any evidence detailed in a documentary looking into possible doping sabotage where banned substances were passed through the skin of athletes.
(Reuters) - Action at the Tokyo Olympics is scheduled to start on Wednesday as Japan meet Australia in softball with each team holding vastly different stakes in the sport's return to the Games.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Mist-spraying stations for Olympic horses and cooling vests for referees are among the tools organisers are rolling out for the Tokyo 2020 Games, where participants will face scorching heat and intense humidity - on top of a worsening pandemic.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece on Tuesday unveiled a plan to tap European Union and private funds for a revamp of its biggest sports complex, which hosted the 2004 Olympic Games but had been left deteriorating since then.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese pilots drew the five Olympic rings over Tokyo on Wednesday in a practice flight ahead of a similar manoeuvre which is scheduled for later this week to mark the official start of the Tokyo Games, a rare festivity surrounding the COVID 19-hit Olympics.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The passwords and usernames of Olympics and Paralympics' ticket-buyers and volunteers have been stolen and shared on the internet, Kyodo News reported on Wednesday, citing government officials.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) will be forced to watch as Russian athletes don uniforms in their country's colours of red, white and blue and compete at the Tokyo Olympics, having received softened sanctions over the nation's doping scandals.
TOKYO: Defending champions Fiji set up a Pool B decider with reigning silver medallists Britain after scraping past hosts Japan and outgunning Canada on the opening day of the rugby sevens.
ZURICH (Reuters) - A Swiss court has rejected world soccer body FIFA's bid to revive a criminal probe against its former president, Sepp Blatter, over a 2005 deal with the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) to sell World Cup broadcasting rights.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Novak Djokovic was inconsolable following his surprise loss to Germany's Alexander Zverev at the Tokyo Games on Friday, saying he was finding it hard to stay positive after his bid to become the first man to complete the Golden Slam came to an end.