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ENOSHIMA, Japan (Reuters) - The sailors at the Tokyo Games might be surrounded by water, but it's the wrong kind - and the risk of dehydration during an intense period of racing is a major factor to take into account as they plot their course for Olympic gold.
TOKYO/SEOUL (Reuters) - Yoo Hyo-jeo, a South Korean marketing specialist based in Tokyo, wept with joy when she watched her countryman Heo Kwang-hee knock the world's number one men's singles player out of the Olympics.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Bassa Mawem was a 15-year-old living in the Alsace region of northeast France when one day a friend invited him to check out the climbing wall at school.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Male puberty is not the sole factor in ascertaining whether transgender athletes have an advantage over competitors, the International Olympic Committee's medical chief said on Thursday.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa will be hoping an additional week of work on the training pitch will provide them with the necessary physical prowess to overcome the British & Irish Lions in Saturday’s second test and level the three-game series.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Norway's middle-distance prodigy Jakob Ingebrigtsen has been keeping things very much in the family as he aims for Olympic gold in Tokyo, training together with his brothers under the watchful eye of his father to get ready for the games.
(Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton can become the first Formula One driver to win 100 races but Red Bull's world championship leader Max Verstappen intends to be the one celebrating in Hungary on Sunday.
(Reuters) - The decision by American gymnast Simone Biles to prioritise her wellbeing at the Tokyo Olympics will go a long way in helping to fight the stigma of mental illness, an expert in the field said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Rebeca Andrade's career has been plagued with injuries, but she has a chance to bring home Brazil’s first ever Olympic medal in women’s artistic gymnastics in the all-around final on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: It’s going to be an arduous challenge for sailors Juni Karimah Noor Jamali and Nuraisyah Jamil to get Malaysia into the top 10 medal race for the women’s 470 class sailing event.