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"Every day when I wake up, I think of representing my nation at the Olympics. That has always been my goal and that's the only thing that motivates me every day. I'm working hard for it and I know that I will reach there."
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A team of Ukrainian sumo wrestlers are aiming for glory at this year's World Games. But how did the Russian invasion affect their training?
Why are these French towns refusing to host the Olympic torch in 2024?
These French towns say the exposure of hosting the Olympic flame is not worth the bother - or the cost.
Beijing wakes up to the city's first new snowfall of the Winter Olympics
The city of Beijing awoke to a fresh snowfall on Sunday morning. It was the first time snow has fallen on the capital since the Winter Olympics opened on February 4th.
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Spanish Olympic gold medalist in karate, Sandra Sánchez, recalls her experience at the Tokyo 2020 Games on and off the mat.
Team USA wheelchair basketball Paralympian shares her Tokyo highlights
Team USA wheelchair basketball player Courtney Ryan is keen to return to Tokyo to do some more exploring after attending the Paralympics there in 2021.
Scottish island sweeps up Olympic curling
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Finnish inventor builds spinning Olympic Rings out of a frozen lake
"A few weeks ago I got a call from Switzerland saying, 'Hey this is cool a cool thing, you can use the logo'," says artist Janne Käpylehto.
Tokyo Olympics: A sports photographer's take on the 2020 Games
From levitating athletes and dazzling wooden stadiums, Getty Images sports photographer Patrick Smith shares his highlights from the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Tokyo Olympics: Sports reporter gives his highlights from the Games
From a towering sky observation tower to famous martial arts stadiums, sports reporter Olivier Pron gives us a rundown of his favourite elements from the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.
Early snowfall covers 2022 Winter Olympics host city of Beijing
Beijing, the city due to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, sees unexpectedly early snowfall for the season arriving in the month of November. Having awoken to streets covered in white, residents play in the snow at landmarks around the city
Kuwaiti Olympic power broker Sheikh Ahmad found guilty of forgery
Olympic power broker Sheikh Ahmad al-Fahad al-Sabah of Kuwait has been found guilty by a Swiss court of forgery.
Hi-tech repair shop for Paralympians opens in Tokyo
With over 100 specialists staffing the shop, athletes in the Paralympic village can be sure their prosthetics, wheelchairs and other equipment is in mint condition during the Games.
Italy's citizenship law back in focus as multicultural stars triumph
The debate was sparked anew after complaints about the bureaucratic headaches confronting Italian-born athletes who want to compete for their country but lack citizenship.
Climate change could force us to rethink sporting calendars
As Tokyo becomes one of the hottest Olympic Games on record, the World Athletics president says we may have to revisit what is possible.
Today at the Olympics: French men win gold in handball, volleyball
It's the penultimate day of action at the Tokyo Olympics. Here's a recap of who won what on Saturday.
VR gives kids with disabilities a front row seat to the Olympic Games
While stadia are empty of spectators, Tokyo 2020 is making sure everyone is included in the Olympic experience through virtual reality.
Today at the Olympics: Portugal's Pichardo wins triple jump gold
The Summer Olympics continue with several gold-medal races in kayak, swimming and athletics, the men's basketball semifinals and the women's football bronze medal match.
Today at the Olympics: Dutch teammates tie for cycling record
From cycling to skateboarding, here is a roundup of what's happening today at the Olympics.
What does it take to time an Olympic event? Short answer: innovation
With motion sensors and touchpads, official Olympics timekeeper Omega, is striving to record more accurate data.
It's red hot in Tokyo. Here's how the Olympic athletes are coping
Ice vests, air conditioners, and a whole lot of preparation. We asked the experts how the world's best athletes can beat the heat in Japan
Welcome u-turn as Simone Biles decides to return for gymnastics final
Last week she quit saying poor mental health was affecting her performance. Now she's decided to return.
Today at the Olympics: US gymnastics star Simone Biles is back
Today at the Olympics: US gymnastics star Simone Biles announces comeback; Dutch runner falls and wins 1,500-metre heat.
Today at the Olympics: Italy's Marcell Jacobs wins 100m
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Today at the Olympics: Europeans take gold in BMX
Friday sees the start of track and field events at the Tokyo Olympics, with one medal up for grabs today in the men’s 10,000 meters.
Six Polish Olympic swimmers sent home after administrative error
"Imagine dedicating five years of your life and striving for another start at the most important sporting event, giving up your private life and work, sacrificing your family and your dedication results in a total flop."