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PETALING JAYA: Archery is not targeted for an Olympic medal and Malaysia coach Lee Jae-hyung is not counting on his charges proving otherwise at the Yumenoshima Park.
NOTTINGHAM (Reuters) - Liam Livingstone smashed the fastest Twenty20 century by an Englishman in just 42 balls against Pakistan but it was in vain as England lost a white ball match for the first time this summer, falling short by 31 runs in Trent Bridge on Friday.
PETALING JAYA: Despite being touted as medal hopefuls for the national contingent, Malaysian archers had fallen short of expectations in the past editions of the Olympics.
COLOMBO (Reuters) - India beat Sri Lanka by three wickets in the second one-day international to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series after Suryakumar Yadav and Deepak Chahar guided the tourists home with maiden half-centuries on Tuesday.
TOKYO, Japan - Four key men's doubles teams - dubbed by the Badminton World Federation as "the group of death" - will take over two courts side-by-side on Saturday just after noon in Tokyo, in matches that already have the badminton world a-buzz.
(Reuters) -Cleveland's Major League Baseball team said on Friday it will change its name to the Guardians from the Indians following the 2021 season, drawing praise from Native American groups who had long viewed the old name as disparaging.
DAMASCUS: Syria’s Zaza Hend was just five when she first picked up a table tennis paddle, and now the 12-year-old is the youngest person to compete at the Tokyo Olympics.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's judoka siblings, Uta Abe and her older brother Hifumi, both advanced into semi-finals at the Tokyo Games on Sunday, handily beating their opponents as they chase gold medals on the same day, the first such feat in the sport in Olympic history.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Reigning Olympic champions Serbia got their title defence off to a rocky start when they were stunned 13-12 by a clinical Spain in their opening match of the men's water polo competition at Tatsumi Water Polo Centre on Sunday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The rules on the use of cannabis by athletes should be reviewed, World Athletics President Sebastian Coe said on Tuesday, after rising track and field star Sha'Carri Richardson will miss the Tokyo Games following a positive test for the substance.