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TOKYO (Reuters) -Simone Biles will not compete in Monday's floor exercise final, leaving her with just one more event to win another medal at the Tokyo Games.
TOKYO: Guatemalan badminton player Kevin Cordon says his parents have never seen him play – but they might have to tune in now that the world No. 59 is in the Olympics semi-finals.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Sunisa Lee came to Tokyo thinking the best she might do was win an all-around Olympic silver but the youngest member of the U.S. gymnastics team grabbed the gold on Thursday after Simone Biles dropped out of the event over mental health concerns.
PETALING JAYA: Young father Aaron Chia has an extra motivation to get off to a good start in the men’s doubles competition at the Musashino Forest Sports Plaza today.
TOKYO: A Tokyo Olympics spectator ban means superfan Kyoko Ishikawa will miss her first Games since 1992 – so instead she’s turning her home into a flag-waving, whistle-blowing virtual stadium.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) will be forced to watch as Russian athletes don uniforms in their country's colours of red, white and blue and compete at the Tokyo Olympics, having received softened sanctions over the nation's doping scandals.
, 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.
GENEVA: Expect referees to keep awarding lots of penalties at major football tournaments in the VAR era.
SEVILLE, Spain (Reuters) - Spain coach Luis Enrique said he is not worried about his side's chances of reaching the knockout stages of Euro 2020 following a 1-1 draw with Poland on Saturday, and backed the team to get the job done with a win over Slovakia in their final Group E game.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy, who serves as chairman of the Player Advisory Council (PAC), said on Wednesday he would support a ban on green-reading books which he feels have made golfers lazy and diminish one of the game's innate skills.