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WITH the successful vaccine rollout against Covid-19, Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, Yas Links Abu Dhabi and Abu Dhabi Golf Club have started welcoming back international golfers.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Olympic officials are confident their anti-pollution measures will prevent an expected tropical storm from triggering a surge of sewage into the waters of Tokyo Bay - just in time for next week's triathlon events.
PETALING JAYA: The rising number of Covid-19 cases is alarming but the Malaysian athletes at the Games Village in Tokyo are not fretting. They are just doubling up the safety measures.
(Reuters) - Deaf-blind American swimmer Becca Meyers said on Tuesday she had withdrawn from the Tokyo Paralympics after being told by the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee that she could not bring a personal care assistant (PCA) to Japan.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The chief of the Tokyo 2020 organising committee on Tuesday did not rule out cancelling the Olympics if COVID-19 cases spiked, as more athletes tested positive for the virus and sponsors ditched plans to attend Friday's opening ceremony.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The International Olympic Committee on Saturday said it was aware of scepticism within Japan about staging the Tokyo Olympics during a pandemic but it is hoping success on the field of play for the host nation could change the mood.
TOKYO (Reuters) - International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said on Saturday that finally meeting Tokyo Olympics officials after months of virtual contacts was an "emotional" moment, less than a week before the start of the troubled Games.
PETALING JAYA: Health and safety measures have been doubled for athletes and coaches heading to Tokyo for the Olympic Games from July 23-Aug 8.
REDON, France - The Tour de France riders put their collective foot down one kilometre into the fourth stage on Tuesday - literally - bringing the race to a halt for about a minute in a silent protest for safer racing conditions after numerous crashes.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia have replaced midfielder Andrei Mostovoy with defender Roman Yevgenyev in their Euro 2020 lineup after the former's latest coronavirus test came back with "unfavourable results", the team said on Friday.