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24 July

Chinese weightlifter Hou Zhihui won the gold medal of the Olympic Games in Tokyo in the weight category up to 49 kg. According to the sum of the snatch and push, the Chinese woman gained 210 kg (snatch-94 kg, push-116 kg), setting an Olympic record. The second was Saikhom Mirabai Chanu (202 kg; 87+115) from […]

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24 July

Iranian Javad Foroughi won a gold medal in air pistol shooting from a distance of 10 meters at the Tokyo Olympics. Foroughi was the first in the final with a score of 244.8 (an Olympic record). The second place was taken by the Serbian Damir Mikec – 237.9. The bronze was won by the Chinese […]

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23 July

SEOUL – Only about 900 people attended the opening ceremony. The Olympic Games, postponed for a year due to the pandemic, officially began in Tokyo on Friday. The opening ceremony was held in a shortened, but still solemn format. The event was planned at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo among tens of thousands of empty […]

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23 July

Sue Bird is a model of legal circumvention of WADA restrictions. At the age of 40, he shows the top level and goes to Tokyo for a record gold in basketball. Basketball player Sue Bird, 40, will be the US flag bearer at the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony. She will be accompanied by baseball player […]

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22 July

The United States will contribute more than half of the annual contribution to the budget of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the rest of the amount will be paid depending on the implementation of reforms, said Richard Baum, coordinator for combating doping in sports of the US Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP). “We […]

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21 July

Inter Milan football club will not play at the pre-season tournament in the United States due to the risks associated with international travel in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the team’s website. Earlier, Arsenal announced their refusal to participate in the tournament. The tournament is scheduled to take place in Orlando (Florida) […]

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21 July

Baseball player Eduardo Alvarez and basketball player Sue Bird will be the flag bearers of the US national team at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, according to the microblog of the American team on Twitter. The opening of the 2020 Games will be held at the National Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on Friday. The Olympic […]

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21 July

The organizing committee of the Tokyo Olympics told that it is giving 120 percent to hold a successful tournament and prevent its cancellation. The Olympic Games in Tokyo will be held from July 23 to August 8. The softball competition started on Wednesday. On Tuesday, the executive director of the organizing committee of the Tokyo […]

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21 July

At the Tokyo Olympics, a participant was suspended from the competition for the first time due to a positive analysis of COVID-19, the NHK TV channel reports. An athlete from the Chilean national taekwondo team will not be able to participate in competitions due to the need to comply with ten-day quarantine. Earlier, it was […]

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20 July

Mark Adams, a representative of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), explained why the Olympic motto “Faster, higher, stronger” was changed. According to him, an athlete without the help of the team is not able to follow the above three principles. On Tuesday, the IOC decided to change the Olympic motto, approved in 1894, by adding […]

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