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TOKYO (Reuters) - Greece have withdrawn from the Tokyo Olympics artistic swimming competitions after four of their athletes tested positive for COVID-19, the Greek Olympic Committee (HOC) said on Tuesday.
TOKYO: A surfer jumping in to translate for the rival who’d just beaten him. Long-jumping friends agreeing to share a gold medal rather than move to a tiebreaker. Two runners falling in a tangle of legs, then helping each other to the finish line.
IZU, Japan (Reuters) - After more than a week of spectatorless Olympic arenas, fans arriving to the Izu Velodrome on Monday to view the action at close quarters are a welcome tonic for the beleaguered Games.
TOKYO (Reuters) - At 43, New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard is nearly twice the average age of her Tokyo 2020 competitors. Having shifted 285 kg in qualifying, she is also one of the strongest in the field.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Dutchwoman Sifan Hassan confirmed on Sunday that she will attempt an unprecedented Olympic treble on the Tokyo track, adding the 1,500 metres event to her 5,000m and 10,000m runs.
TOKYO (Reuters) - France secured a comfortable win over Iran in Olympic men's basketball on Saturday to qualify for the quarter-finals and remain undefeated in the preliminary round.
(Reuters) - Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus released a joint statement https://www.fcbarcelona.com/en/club/news/2202247/statement-on-the-european-super-league welcoming a court's decision on Friday asking European soccer governing body UEFA to revoke action against all European Super League founding clubs.
TOKYO: Ethiopian distance runner Selemon Barega stormed to a stunning 10,000m victory to claim the first gold medal of a spectator-less athletics competition.
(Reuters) - The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) will make player and staff welfare the main priority as it discusses provisional plans to visit Australia for the upcoming Ashes series, the board said on Friday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - In an Olympic first, more than 100 archers are broadcasting their heart rates as they go for bullseye at the Tokyo Games, pushing forward contactless health monitoring despite disquiet in some quarters on accuracy and surveillance implications.