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ISLAMABAD (Reuters) -New Zealand abruptly abandoned their tour of Pakistan on Friday citing a security alert in a massive blow to the South Asian country's hopes of staging regular international cricket.
PETALING JAYA: Shuttler S. Kisona and women’s pair Pearly Tan-M. Thinaah are poised to make their World Championships debut in Huelva, Spain, from Dec 12-19.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s Rachel Arnold earned a tough second-round test against Egyptian top seed Hania El Hammamy after she reached the last 16 of the Manchester Open.
TOKYO (Reuters) - With world records smashed and dozens of personal best times achieved on its speedy track, Tokyo's Olympic athletics programme is proving to be one of the most memorable for decades.
TOKYO (Reuters) - It was difficult for American Rai Benjamin to comprehend how he ended up finishing second best despite running a massive half a second inside the existing world record in the men's 400 metres hurdles final at the Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday.
TOKYO: Elaine Thompson-Herah (pic) sets out to follow up her Olympic 100m gold medal in the 200m today with the athletics world wondering how much faster she can run.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Defending champion Elaine Thompson-Herah led home a Jamaican clean sweep in the Olympic women's 100 metres final on Saturday, posting an amazing 10.61 seconds to become the second-fastest woman in history.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Jamaica's 1,500m runner Aisha Praught-Leer will "line up in Tokyo" despite tearing her meniscus on Sunday, an injury which her doctor said needs surgery.
, ISUMI, Japan (Reuters) - Whenever Teruo Adegawa arrives at Taito Beach, other surfers recognize him right away. Dressed in a Hawaiian shirt and shorts, the 78-year-old steps out of his car, leaving his walking stick by the passenger seat.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese vending machines dispense everything from pizza to cigarettes and edible insects. Now there are even ones where you can buy Olympics souvenirs.