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TOKYO (Reuters) - The Simone Biles show got underway at the Tokyo Games on Sunday, but it did not live up to advance billing as the American's Olympics campaign experienced a rocky start.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Hundreds of residents braved Japan's scorching summer heat to gather along the streets of the Olympic women's cycling road in Fuchu, on the outskirts of Tokyo, on Sunday, resisting calls to avoid the Games due to the threat of COVID-19 infection.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Mandy Bujold won a lengthy fight outside the ring to punch her ticket to the Tokyo Olympics but the Canadian flyweight ultimately ran out of steam on Sunday, going down to Serbian Nina Radovanovic in the opening round.
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Taylor Swift has celebrated the anniversary of her Grammy-winning 'Folklore' album by giving fans an gift: an alternate, "original" version of bonus track 'The Lakes'.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Skateboarding star Nyjah Huston of the United States and hometown favourite Yuto Horigome advanced to the finals of the men's street event on Sunday in skateboarding's historic debut at the Olympics.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Adam Peaty said he was just shaking off the cobwebs, and felt weird without fans watching, but he still won his Olympic 100m breaststroke heat on Saturday with a time faster than any other man has ever swum.
TOKYO: Britain’s Adam Peaty clocked a scorching heat time to kickstart the defence of his Olympic 100m breaststroke crown on the opening day at the Tokyo pool, but Japanese world champion Daiya Seto failed to make the 400m medley final.
TOKYO: Sport stretched out over Tokyo and gold medals rained down as the Olympic Games burst into life, finally casting aside some of the shadow of Covid-19 and controversy that has plagued the global showpiece.
PETALING JAYA: The Selangor Health Department is ramping up preparations in hospitals in the state to face a surge in capacity needed for Covid-19 patients, especially those in Categories 3 to 5, says Datuk Dr Sha'ari Ngadiman.