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TOKYO (Reuters) -Tokyo's 2,848 COVID-19 infections on Tuesday were the Olympic host city's highest since the pandemic began, officials said, as media reported that authorities had asked hospitals to prepare more beds for patients as the Delta variant drives the surge.
TOKYO (Reuters) - When a 3x3 basketball https://fiba3x3.com match goes into sudden death overtime, the haunting beat of Kanye West's "Power" is just the right track to heighten the intensity on the court.
(Reuters) - The world was shocked when Simone Biles withdrew from the women's Olympic gymnastics team finals on Tuesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -France will take on New Zealand for the women's Olympic rugby sevens gold medal after both countries edged through thrilling semi-finals at the Tokyo Stadium on Saturday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The post-Usain Bolt era in the men's Olympic 100 metres began on Saturday in Tokyo with Dorian Keletela, who is competing as part of the Olympic Refugee team, advancing to the next round with a personal best 10.33 seconds.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson, who was ruled out of the Olympics after being temporarily banned for testing positive for cannabis, on Sunday applauded Jamaica's sweep of the 100 metres led by Elaine Thompson-Herah's record-breaking performance.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Jun Mizutani, who has become a target of cyberbullying after scoring Japan's first Olympic gold medal in table tennis, said on Monday he will fight against the online abuse.
TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. gymnast Simone Biles on Tuesday stepped onto the balance beam and threw off a week of doubts, fears and mental pressure to do what she has long done best - win an Olympic medal, this time a bronze she hadn't even thought she could try for.
CHIBA, Japan (Reuters) - American David Taylor edged Iran's Hassan Yazdanicharati to win the Olympic freestyle middleweight gold medal on Thursday, turning the bout around in the dying seconds to clinch victory.
LISBON (Reuters) - Former Germany and Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack's 18-year-old son Emilio died in a quad-bike accident near Lisbon on Thursday, Setubal's emergency services said.