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TOKYO (Reuters) - A well-known Japanese politician has called on Olympic chief Thomas Bach to move the Tokyo 2020 golf tournaments to somewhere cooler, saying keeping them in their planned location would be irresponsible because of the heat.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo has little choice but to accept an International Olympic Committee (IOC) move to shift the 2020 marathon to a cooler northern island in Japan despite opposition to the plan in the capital, the president of Tokyo 2020 Olympics said on Thursday.
SINGAPORE: Holding an umbrella did not only provide world No. 2 Park Sung-hyun of South Korea the cover she needed from the scorching sun – but it also helped her win the HSBC Women’s World Championship.
PETALING JAYA: It’ll be an experience to savour as Perak get set for their debut in the AFC Champions League.
SEPANG: Even MotoGP riders can get a little scared sometimes.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A heat wave scorching Japan is raising questions about timing the Tokyo 2020 Olympics during July and August, typically the annual peak for temperatures and humidity, and the health risks that might pose for athletes and spectators.
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (Reuters) - Former champion Todd Hamilton believes the unusual conditions prevalent at this week's British Open could prompt a "quirky winner", maybe even the first 50-something to land a major championship victory.
LONDON (Reuters) - Argentina's Juan Martin del Potro earned himself a chance to set the record straight against Rafael Nadal after sealing a place in the Wimbledon quarter-finals on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - A shortage of carbon dioxide has hit Britain's biggest brewers and soft drink makers, disrupting production just as drinkers' thirst peaks due to a heatwave and a World Cup soccer tournament in which England is doing unusually well.
London (Reuters) - Chelsea won the Women's FA Cup for only the second time by beating Arsenal 3-1 in front of a record crowd of 45,423 at Wembley on Saturday.