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TOKYO (Reuters) -Organisers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics rolled out stricter coronavirus countermeasures on Wednesday, including a plan to test athletes daily, as they try to reassure a Japanese public made increasingly sceptical by the resurgent pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - England will launch a vaccine passport trial in a comedy club, a nightclub and FA Cup matches at Wembley in the coming weeks to determine how it can reopen the economy and host mass events safely.
(Reuters) - With Olympics officials reiterating their commitment to holding the Tokyo Games this year despite the COVID-19 pandemic, several sports will soon resume qualifying for athletes with less than six months to go.
WOMEN made their first appearance in the Olympics in 1900 with just 22 women taking part. By the time the Games came to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2016, there were 5,059 women, a 45% participation!
TOKYO (Reuters) - Olympic officials on Wednesday unveiled the first of many COVID-19 rules for the Tokyo Games this summer, starting by banning singing and chanting during events and mandating event participants to wear masks at "all times" except when eating, sleeping or outdoors.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Olympic officials on Wednesday unveiled the first of many COVID-19 rules for the Tokyo Games this summer, banning singing and chanting during events and mandating participants to wear masks at "all times" except when eating, sleeping or outdoors.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Iraia Arrue chases a ball down the soccer field until she loses it near the goal line amid shouts from the bleachers and from her own team, sprinting for 90 minutes under the Venezuelan sun in a sports complex in eastern Caracas.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian authorities are asking fans at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) not to cheer too loudly during the third test against India next week as the city grapples with an outbreak of COVID-19.
PETALING JAYA: It’s never too late to chase one’s dream, even if it seems impossible. Ask Chan Wan Seong. The man is a living testament of the aged old cry of nothing being impossible.
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Wearing a bright green helmet, cyclist Andy Costa weaves a dangerous path through trucks barrelling down the streets of Abidjan in the Ivory Coast.