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THE Olympic Games is supposed to highlight excellence, unity and good sporting behaviour — of what’s exemplary, of what’s outstanding and noble.
IZU, Japan (Reuters) -Britain's Tom Pidcock became the youngest ever Olympic mountain bike champion as he left his rivals in a cloud of dust as he stormed to the gold medal on the Izu course on Monday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Former Manchester United player Ryan Giggs pleaded not guilty on Friday as a court heard allegations he threw his naked ex-girlfriend out of a hotel bedroom after she accused him of flirting with other women.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - British & Irish Lions centre Robbie Henshaw will be up against a familiar foe when his side tackle world champions South Africa in the first of three tests in Cape Town on Saturday, and is well aware of the physical onslaught coming his way.
TOKYO (Reuters) - More than 160 openly lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer athletes are due to participate in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, making this year's Games the most inclusive ever.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - No fans. No snack stands. No tour buses or hotel bookings. To many, this year's Tokyo 2020 Olympics may seem like no fun. But to environmentalists, the pared down approach is exactly what's needed in a world confronting climate change.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Tokyo Olympics organisers have fired the opening ceremony director on the eve of the event after reports emerged of a past joke he had made about the Holocaust, while media said former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, a strong advocate of the Games, would not attend.
TOKYO (Reuters) - If Jason Kenny and his wife Laura were a country, their five track cycling golds at the Rio Olympics would have put them in the top 20 in the medals table.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Hernán Mastrángelo, a 100-year-old grandfather in Argentina, has gone viral after it emerged that for years he had been taking handwritten notes of almost every goal scored by local hero and Barcelona star Lionel Messi.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan should use the Olympics as a chance to commit to tackling discrimination over gender identity and sexual orientation in sport and prevent physical abuse of youth athletes, activists said on Monday, just days before the start of the Tokyo Games.