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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Olympic gymnast Simone Biles held back tears on Wednesday, as she told lawmakers how the FBI and U.S. gymnastic and Olympic officials failed to stop the sexual abuse that she and hundreds of other athletes suffered from former doctor Larry Nassar.
TOKYO (Reuters) - With four gold medals from a team of just seven fighters, Cuba put on another show of flair and Olympic flamboyance in Tokyo, reminding the world of its decades of dominance in a boxing contest where no other country came close.
TOKYO (Reuters) - From his breezy manner and unwavering confidence, you'd never guess that Keyshawn Davis had suffered from mental health issues just four years before his Olympic debut as a lightweight boxer for Team USA.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The head of World Athletics said on Wednesday that, rather than lamenting that only 10 Russians will be able to compete in the Tokyo Olympics, the country should be grateful they have anyone here at all given their long history of "obfuscation".
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.
TOKYO (Reuters) - American Keyshawn Davis's dream of winning an Olympic gold, improbable till last month, was back on track on Sunday when the men's lightweight won his debut fight in Tokyo with a unanimous decision on points against Dutch Enrico Lacruz.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Transparency and gender equality are the highlights for boxing at the Tokyo Olympics as the sport aims to turn the page on the acrimonious 2016 Games which was marred by persistent disputes over judging quality.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Boxing will start with a clean slate for the Tokyo Olympics following an acrimonious contest at the 2016 Games, with the sport's troubled governing body and all 36 of the Rio officials barred from any involvement in the competition.
GENEVA (Reuters) -The World Health Organization said on Monday it would discuss managing COVID-19 risks with Japanese authorities and the International Olympic Committee, after organisers announced some spectators would be permitted to attend the Tokyo Games.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on Thursday called on the public to watch the upcoming Tokyo Olympics on TV to avoid the spread of COVID-19 infections, as the organisers debate whether to allow domestic spectators into Olympic venues.