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Tokyo Paralympics Opening Ceremony: Live Updates

Tokyo Paralympics Opening Ceremony: Live Updates Tokyo Paralympics Opening Ceremony: Live Updates Here’s what you need to know: Credit…Chang W. Lee/The New York Times Credit…Chang W. Lee/The New York Times Credit…Chang W. Lee/The New York Times Credit…Chang W. Lee/The New York Times Credit…Chang W. Lee/The New York Times Athletes from the Japanese Paralympic team at the Olympic Stadium during the …

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Tokyo Olympics Draw Smallest Summer Games TV Audience Since 1988

Tokyo Olympics Draw Smallest Summer Games TV Audience Since 1988

Tokyo Olympics Draw Smallest Summer Games TV Audience Since 1988 Tokyo Olympics Draw Smallest Summer Games TV Audience Since 1988 The Tokyo Olympics pulled in the smallest audience since NBCUniversal began covering the Summer Games in 1988, pulling in an average of 15.5 million viewers for its prime-time broadcast and digital presentations each night, the company said on Monday. From …

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Gold Medals in Style From the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Gold Medals in Style From the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Gold Medals in Style From the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Gold Medals in Style From the 2020 Tokyo Olympics The 2020 Olympics in Tokyo have been among the strangest in memory. Delayed by a year, and unloved and underway in a host city that didn’t want them, the Games have still provided a bevy of brilliant sporting stories, including bold debuts …

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U.S. Medal Count at Tokyo Olympics Is Relatively Low

U.S. Medal Count at Tokyo Olympics Is Relatively Low

U.S. Medal Count at Tokyo Olympics Is Relatively Low U.S. Medal Count at Tokyo Olympics Is Relatively Low TOKYO — The Summer Games forced Olympians to prepare for dastardly heat and pandemic protocols that added stress and complicated the normal rigors of the run-up. The Americans’ efforts have produced results that might be the envy of the world but have …

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The Olympic Marathon in Sapporo: A Test of Survival at the Tokyo Games

The Olympic Marathon in Sapporo: A Test of Survival at the Tokyo Games

The Olympic Marathon in Sapporo: A Test of Survival at the Tokyo Games The Olympic Marathon in Sapporo: A Test of Survival at the Tokyo Games At 30 kilometers, or 18.6 miles, Seidel ran at the front of nine runners as the course was dappled in shade. The temperature on the tarmac was above 100 degrees, according to the NBC …

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Olympics Live Updates: Gold Medal Standings, Women’s Marathon Results and Tokyo News

Olympics Live Updates: Gold Medal Standings, Women’s Marathon Results and Tokyo News Olympics Live Updates: Gold Medal Standings, Women’s Marathon Results and Tokyo News Current time in Tokyo: Aug. 7, 9:31 a.m. Here’s what you need to know: Peres Jepchirchir of Kenya won the women’s marathon by 16 seconds.Credit…Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters Peres Jepchirchir of Kenya broke away late in the race …

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Olympics Live: U.S. Women’s Basketball Will Play for Gold; Schedule and Results in Tokyo

Olympics Live: U.S. Women’s Basketball Will Play for Gold; Schedule and Results in Tokyo Olympics Live: U.S. Women’s Basketball Will Play for Gold; Schedule and Results in Tokyo Current time in Tokyo: Aug. 6, 6:35 p.m. Here’s what you need to know: Breanna Stewart of the United States scored 12 points against Serbia.Credit…Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times TOKYO — The …

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Two Belarus Coaches Expelled From Tokyo Olympics

Two Belarus Coaches Expelled From Tokyo Olympics

Two Belarus Coaches Expelled From Tokyo Olympics Two Belarus Coaches Expelled From Tokyo Olympics TOKYO — Two coaches involved in the attempt to force an Olympic athlete home to Belarus against her will have been stripped of their credentials and expelled from the Olympic Village, Games organizers said Friday. The case of the 200-meter specialist Kristina Timanovskaya, 24, briefly turned …

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Second Best in the World at the Tokyo Olympics, but Still Saying Sorry

Second Best in the World at the Tokyo Olympics, but Still Saying Sorry

Second Best in the World at the Tokyo Olympics, but Still Saying Sorry Second Best in the World at the Tokyo Olympics, but Still Saying Sorry TOKYO — Kenichiro Fumita was crying so hard that he could barely get the words out. “I wanted to return my gratitude to the concerned people and volunteers who are running the Olympics during …

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Karate Gets Its Own Showcase at the Tokyo Games

Karate Gets Its Own Showcase at the Tokyo Games

Karate Gets Its Own Showcase at the Tokyo Games Karate Gets Its Own Showcase at the Tokyo Games Karate made its debut as an official Olympic sport at the Tokyo Games on Thursday as 120 men and women from around the world vied for medals. The Japanese organizers successfully lobbied for karate to be included as a medal sport, an …

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