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(Reuters) - Japanese swimmer Rikako Ikee won the women's 50 metres freestyle and 50m butterfly events at the national championships on Saturday, less than eight months after she returned to competition following her recovery from leukaemia.
(Reuters) - Katie Ledecky and other U.S. Olympic hopefuls will get a taste of Tokyo at a Mission Viejo swim meet this weekend that will provide a dress rehearsal for the Games with morning finals and evening preliminaries.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese swimmer Rikako Ikee powered to a second Tokyo Olympic berth by winning the women's 100-metre freestyle at the national championships on Thursday, less than eight months after she returned to competition following her recovery from leukaemia.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. is not discussing a boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing due to alleged human rights abuses, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said on Wednesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Koji Murofushi, an Olympic gold medalist who until Sept. 2020 was sports director for the Tokyo 2020 Games, is undergoing treatment for brain lymphoma, a rare type of cancer, according to a media report on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Tuesday said that it is looking to discuss with partners and allies how to proceed with participation in the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics in a coordinated way, amid growing calls for a boycott of the Games over China's human rights record.
ROME (Reuters) - Former AS Roma owner James Pallotta has accused ex-sporting director Ramon Rodriguez "Monchi" of making expensive mistakes during his time at the Serie A club.
(Reuters) - Former England striker Alan Shearer criticised the handling of a head injury to Sheffield United defender George Baldock in Saturday's 2-1 defeat by Leeds United, calling for the introduction of temporary concussion substitutes.
(Reuters) - Arsenal defender David Luiz faces a spell on the sidelines because of a knee injury that may require surgery, manager Mikel Arteta said.
BELGRADE (Reuters) - The captain's armband which Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo threw away angrily during a World Cup qualifier against Serbia was bought by a betting company at a charity auction to help fund life-saving surgery for a six-month-old baby.