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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Memphis Depay was critical of his own performance in the Netherlands' victory over Turkey in Amsterdam on Tuesday despite the forward claiming a hat-trick in their 6-1 World Cup qualifying win.
KAWAGOE, Japan (Reuters) - In 1995, Nobuko Hirayama inherited her father's membership at one of Japan's most exclusive country clubs. It took another 23 years and a looming Olympics before she could play golf there on Sundays, however.
TOKYO (Reuters) - When Japanese wrestler Risako Kawai won her second straight Olympic gold medal at the Tokyo 2020 Games on Thursday, it was her sister Yukako she turned to wave at, who had won her gold a day before.
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.
TOKYO: A Japanese skateboarder claimed a piece of Olympic history as the host nation enjoyed a gold rush on a day of upsets.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Judoka Hifumi Abe, 23, won the gold medal in the men's 66 kg category at the Olympics on Sunday, defeating Georgia's Vazha Margvelashvili in the final.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese judoka Uta Abe, 21, won the gold medal in the women's -52 kg category at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics on Sunday, defeating Amandine Buchard of France in the final.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's judoka siblings, Uta Abe and her older brother Hifumi, both advanced into semi-finals at the Tokyo Games on Sunday, handily beating their opponents as they chase gold medals on the same day, the first such feat in the sport in Olympic history.
(Reuters) -NBC's broadcast of the Tokyo Olympic Games opening ceremony drew 16.7 million viewers, the smallest U.S. television audience for the event in the past 33 years, according to preliminary data from Comcast-owned NBCUniversal on Saturday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The Tokyo Olympics like no other opened on Friday with fireworks illuminating an empty stadium and a moment of silence to honour those lost to COVID-19, with a nod to Japanese tradition represented by wooden Olympic rings linked to the 1964 Games.