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TOKYO (Reuters) - The Olympic athletics programme opened with a huge surprise and a shock disqualification on Friday as Ethiopian youngster Selemon Barega claimed a stunning 10,000 metres gold and the U.S. blew their chances in the 4x400m mixed relay.
TOKYO (Reuters) - France made their best start to the Olympic men's handball competition in 13 years by outclassing Spain 36-31 at Tokyo's Yoyogi National Stadium on Friday to remain unbeaten before Egypt booked their spot in the quarter-finals.
(Reuters) - The world was shocked when Simone Biles withdrew from the women's Olympic gymnastics team finals on Tuesday.
KINGSTON (Reuters) - Usain Bolt is disappointed with how Jamaican men's sprinting has developed since he retired and predicts his compatriots will find it tough in Tokyo after his glorious domination of the last three Olympics.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard has thanked the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for the inclusive policies that will allow her to be the first openly transgender athlete to compete at the Games on Monday in Tokyo.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Neil Duncanson, the man who has analysed every Olympic 100 metres final in forensic detail, is predicting three Americans in the Tokyo showdown and says Trayvon Bromell has gold in his grasp if he gets a clean start.
ENOSHIMA, Japan (Reuters) - The British pairing of Hannah Mills and Eilidh McIntyre have had to struggle with rolling waves and gusting winds at the Tokyo Games, but they would much prefer rough seas to the chess match that evolves when trying to win in much calmer conditions.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tennis governing bodies take mental health issues extremely seriously but are aware that more needs to be done to support players in that area, International Tennis Federation chief David Haggerty told Reuters.
TOKYO (Reuters) - In an Olympic first, more than 100 archers are broadcasting their heart rates as they go for bullseye at the Tokyo Games, pushing forward contactless health monitoring despite disquiet in some quarters on accuracy and surveillance implications.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The women's 100 metres preliminary heats kicked-off the track and field portion of the Tokyo Games on Friday at a spectator-less Olympic Stadium.