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TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Olympic delay has upended years of careful planning by organisers and spawned costly headaches for small businesses, hotels and even pro baseball teams, compounding a $12 billion (9.68 billion pounds) price tag.
MAEBASHI, Japan (Reuters) - Abraham Majok, a South Sudanese 1,500m runner training in Japan for the Tokyo Olympics, aims to bring back two things to his war-torn country after the Games: an Olympic medal and a message on the importance of peace.
DOHA (Reuters) - Dina Asher-Smith seized her golden opportunity to win the world championship 200 metres on Wednesday and become the first British woman to claim a global sprint title.
TOKYO (Reuters) - About 15,000 fans attended Wales's open training session in the southern Japanese city of Kitakyushu on Monday ahead of the Rugby World Cup.
LONDON (Reuters) - Wales fullback Leigh Halfpenny is likely to miss the first two games of the Six Nations against France and Italy as he recovers from concussion, head coach Warren Gatland said on Wednesday.
THE weather has been somewhat kind in Odense at this year’s Danisa Denmark Open.
PARIS (Reuters) - Crowds of cheering French soccer fans gathered in Paris on Sunday, draped in red, white and blue and singing the Marseillaise, as excitement grew head of the France-Croatia showdown at the World Cup final in Moscow.
SEPANG: The Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix is still six months away but tickets have been fast selling for the penultimate round of the world championship this year.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A minnow of English football, Stevenage FC, is an unlikely candidate to be at the forefront of financial innovation in the game.