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Japan eyes use of robots to boost COVID testing
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Olympic hurdles champion McNeal suspended for violating anti-doping rules
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Olympic gold medalist charged for alleged role in Capitol riots
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Team GB Olympic chief 'hugely confident' Tokyo games will go ahead
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Suntory CEO not certain Japan can hold Olympics
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Meet child prodigy from Gaya who amazes everyone with yoga, skating skills
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Vaccines hold the key for Olympics to go ahead
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"It's impossible" - Japanese concerned over prospects of hosting Games
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'Aim to represent India in Olympics': 13-year-old Amairah Chadha
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Wrestler Sushil Kumar files FIR against SGFI secretary general
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New training device helps Olympic swimmers shoot for gold
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Cody Simpson wins the chance to compete for Olympics swimming spot
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Parkour community 'happy' sport not to be included in Olympics
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Breakdancing is coming to the Olympics
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Breakdancing gets Olympic status to debut at Paris in 2024
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Brianna McNeal: Olympic 100m hurdles champion provisionally suspendedOlympic 100m hurdles champion Brianna McNeal is provisionally suspended from athletics after being charged with breaching anti-doping rules.
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Tokyo 2020: Organisers say Games will go ahead despite Covid-19 surgeTokyo 2020 organisers say they will be ready to host the Olympic Games - despite the city declaring a state of emergency over Covid-19.
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Vijender Singh says will return Khel Ratna if farmers' demands not acceptedIndia's first Olympic medallist in boxing and Congress leader Vijender Singh on Sunday threatened to return his Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award if the demands of farmers protesting against new..
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Rickshaws, kimonos, but no tourists - Tokyo's Asakusa hit by coronavirus, Olympics delayJapanese and foreign tourists flock in their hundreds of thousands every spring to this old district of Tokyo to see the cherry trees in full bloom and the bright red gate to the Sensō-ji temple, and..
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Japan's Abe faces struggle on coronavirus, economy, as Olympics delayedPostponing the Olympics due to the coronavirus pandemic has turned a hoped-for year of triumphant celebration for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe into a struggle to stem the outbreak and save the..
U.S. could become 'coronavirus epicenter', UK locks down, Olympics in doubtThe United States could become the global epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday, as Britain went into lockdown and Olympic organizers considered..
Coronavirus concerns overshadow Olympic flame arrival in JapanAn Olympic cauldron was ignited in Japan on Friday with a flame carried from Greece, with officials again pledging the Tokyo 2020 Games will proceed despite mounting pressure to halt the world's..
Japan coronavirus panel discourages large gatherings, but mum on OlympicsAn expert panel guiding Japan's coronavirus response recommended on Thursday that schools in some regions could be re-opened but that large gatherings and enclosed areas that could reignite the..
Forty-year cycle: Top Japan minister calls 2020 the 'cursed Olympics'First, the cancellation in 1940. Then, the mass boycott in Moscow in 1980.
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Japan says Olympics on track as Abe and Trump talk on coronavirusJapan on Friday said it was determined to hold a "safe and secure" Tokyo Olympics on schedule, after U.S. President Donald Trump suggested a one year delay because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Japan committed to hosting Olympics on schedule but Xi visit delayedJapan's Olympics minister signaled on Thursday the Summer Games would go ahead as planned from July even as the coronavirus outbreak spread to new parts of the country.
Japanese coronavirus cases top 1,000, government insists Olympics plans on trackThe number of confirmed coronavirus infections in Japan topped the 1,000 mark on Wednesday, mostly from the Diamond Princess cruise liner, as the government reiterated that plans to host the Tokyo..
Japan PM Abe seeks citizens' help in coronavirus fight as Olympics to go aheadJapanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday called on the public to cooperate in a "tough battle" to contain the coronavirus outbreak in coming weeks as the country prepares to hold the Olympic..
PM Abe vows Japan's utmost efforts to coronavirus; Xi visit, Olympics on trackJapanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday promised his government's utmost efforts to curb the spread of the new coronavirus, while acknowledging the authorities alone could not tackle the threat.
Qualify first, worry later: Marathoners say no time to fear Olympic cancellationAspring Olympians at the U.S. marathon trials said on Thursday that they were concerned first with securing one of the coveted few tickets to Tokyo 2020 - and less, at least for now, about whether..
Tokyo postpones training for Olympics volunteers over virus fearsOrganizers for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics have postponed training for volunteers because of the spread of the coronavirus in Japan.
Trump considering travel to Tokyo for Summer OlympicsU.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he is considering a visit to Japan this summer for the Olympic Games in Tokyo, a trip that would take him off the campaign trail as he seeks re-election.
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Fukushima says radiation poses no threat to Olympic torch relayFukushima prefecture, home to the wrecked Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, on Tuesday reassured participants and spectators at the Olympic torch relay this year that they would not need to worry..
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Iran's only female Olympic medalist moving to Germany: coachIran's only female Olympic medalist Kimia Alizadeh, who has said she had left her homeland because she had had enough of being used as a propaganda tool, is moving to Germany, her Dutch coach said.
Iran's only female Olympic medalist says she has defectedIran's only female Olympic medalist has said on social media she had left her homeland because she had had enough of being used by its authorities as a propaganda tool.
Putin says Moscow could appeal Russia sports banRussian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday Moscow had grounds to appeal a decision by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to bar Russia from major sporting events, a move he said violated the..
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