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TOKYO (Reuters) - Five years before Simone Biles was born, Oksana Chusovitina was already an Olympic gold medallist in a sport whose brightest stars often fade early, their bodies battered by years of gruelling training.
LONDON (Reuters) -British health minister Sajid Javid apologised for and deleted a tweet urging people to take a COVID-19 vaccine and not to "cower" from the virus, saying on Sunday he had made "a poor choice of word".
TOKYO (Reuters) - No matter how many times Olympic athletes are told they should be proud of their silver medals, for many of them, second best can never be good enough.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Slovenia's Benjamin Savsek led the men's Olympic canoe slalom after the first run at the sun-baked Kasai slalom centre on Sunday, with Germany's Ricarda Funk ahead in the women's kayak.
TOKYO (Reuters) - It's beginning to look like third time is the charm for Sanita Puspure.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Mountain bike king Nino Schurter faces a formidable challenge to his Olympic crown from a couple of hungry young road warriors on Monday but says the Izu course gives him a shot at a second successive gold medal.
CHIBA, Japan (Reuters) - Top-ranked taekwondo champion Lee Dae-hoon lost in the first match of his final Olympics on Sunday, dashing South Korea's best hope for a gold medal in the national sport it once dominated.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Britain's defending Olympic champion Andy Murray pulled out of the Tokyo 2020 men's singles tournament on Sunday ahead of his first-round match.
(Reuters) -NBC's broadcast of the Tokyo Olympic Games opening ceremony drew 16.7 million viewers, the smallest U.S. television audience for the event in the past 33 years, according to preliminary data from Comcast-owned NBCUniversal on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Jake Dennis won the first of two home London Formula E races for BMW Andretti on Saturday while fellow-Briton Sam Bird retired but stayed top of the overall standings in the all-electric series.