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Boardroom putsch threatens weightlifting's...

Weightlifting has been in turmoil since January .

World Athletics President Coe says Tokyo...

"We are absolutely committed to working with the organizing committee for the delivery of a fantastic games, though there have to be some adaptions."

Tokyo Olympics will go ahead 'with or without...

The Olympics have never been cancelled outside of the world wars and Coates, speaking in a phone interview, was adamant that the Tokyo Games will start...

No room for error as Nakaayi eyes golden...

The Doha 2019 women’s 800m world champion wants to join that rare club of champions who have won the two prestigious titles.

Olympics could have 'limited spectators'...

The Tokyo 2020 games are now scheduled to open on July 23, 2021, after a historic postponement forced by the global march of the pandemic.

Sports clubs in Uganda seek coronavirus bailouts...

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to fears of ladies being married away from sport and others abandoning the industry for different sectors.

Two-thirds of sponsors unsure about 2021...

Two-thirds of Tokyo 2020's corporate sponsors are undecided on whether to continue supporting the Games now the event has been pushed to 2021, according...

Tokyo weighs scaled-back Olympics, says governor...

Tokyo 2020 officials are looking at ways to scale back next year's postponed Olympics, the city's governor said Thursday, amid reports the opening ceremony...

Japan city aims to ban phone use while walking...

JAPAN   SMART PHONES LIFESTYLE It is a scene repeated the world over: pedestrians glued to their phones while walking, causing collisions and sometimes...

Nationwide probe after Tokyo med school excludes...

The education ministry has asked all 81 private and public medical schools to check their admission procedures for possible discrimination against female...

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