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TOKYO (Reuters) -A Nigerian Olympic delegate became the first visitor to the Tokyo Games admitted to hospital with COVID-19, broadcaster TV Asahi said on Friday, as Japan battles to stem rising local infections a week before the showpiece event starts.
(Reuters) - Kyogo Furuhashi will leave Vissel Kobe to join Celtic after the J-League club said they had reached an agreement to transfer the Japan winger to the Scottish Premiership side.
I LIBOURNE, France (Reuters) -Slovenian Matej Mohoric gave Bahrain Victorious something to cheer with his second stage win in this year's Tour de France two days after French police searched his team's accommodation and vehicles amid an investigation into potential doping.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Tokyo Olympics organisers on Saturday reported the first case of COVID-19 at the athletes' village, along with 14 other new cases connected to the Games that begin next week, raising fresh doubts over promises of a "safe and secure" event.
(Reuters) - Grand National-winning jockey Rachael Blackmore has had ankle surgery after falling off Merry Poppins at Killarney races, the Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board (IHRB) said on Saturday.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Georgia head coach Levan Maisashvili is in severe condition in a Johannesburg hospital after testing positive for COVID-19, the Georgia Rugby Union confirmed on Saturday.
PETALING JAYA: An unidentified overseas visitor has tested positive for Covid-19 at the Tokyo Olympics athletes’ village but Malaysians have been told not to panic.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Tokyo Olympics organisers on Sunday reported the first COVID-19 cases among competitors residing in the athletes' village, as its population swells ahead of the start of the pandemic-hit Games next week.
(Reuters) - Olympic swimming champion Adam Peaty has said there is no right answer to questions on the Tokyo Games taking place during the COVID-19 crisis but he is among the "biased" athletes who want the event to happen and is taking every precaution to compete.
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) -Red Bull's Formula One world championship leader Max Verstappen crashed out of the British Grand Prix on Sunday after colliding with Mercedes title rival Lewis Hamilton on the opening lap, with the race temporarily halted.