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Tokyo cancels public viewing sites, some to be vaccination centres

TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike on Saturday cancelled all public viewing sites for the summer Olympics, diverting some venues to be COVID-19 vaccinations centres instead. Read More


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MLB roundup: Shohei Ohtani homers twice as Angels rout Tigers

Shohei Ohtani slugged his 20th and 21st homers of the season Friday, the fourth multi-homer game of his career, as the Los Angeles Angels blew out the Detroit Tigers 11-3 in Anaheim, Calif. More »


Golf-Bland, Henley share halfway lead at U.S. Open

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Reuters) -The unlikely pair of Richard Bland and Russell Henley shared the halfway lead at the U.S. Open on Friday as Phil Mickelson trailed by seven shots in the one major he needs to win to complete his career grand slam. More »


Kenya unveils its team for the Tokyo Olympics

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya unveiled its Tokyo Olympics squad on Saturday with a list of more than 40 athletes including world champion Hellen Obiri and defending 1,500m Olympic gold medallist Faith Chepngetich. More »


Soccer-After Eriksen shock, Denmark eye last 16 before must-win match vs Russia

ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) -Denmark are determined to squeeze into the knockout stage of Euro 2020 with a win against Russia in their final Group B match on Monday, after recovering with poise from the shock of Christian Eriksen's cardiac arrest. More »


Tennis-Rublev through to Halle final

(Reuters) - Fourth seed Andrey Rublev churned out another win as he overcame qualifier Nikoloz Basilashvili 6-1 3-6 6-3 to reach the final in Halle on Saturday. More »


Golf-Feuding Koepka, DeChambeau avoid heavyweight pairing at U.S. Open

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Reuters) - The intriguing prospect of feuding Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau playing together in the third round at the U.S. Open has been narrowly avoided, even though they were locked on the same score after the second round on Friday. More »


Golf-British Open to welcome up to 32,000 fans per day - R&A

(Reuters) - The British Open will be able to accommodate up to 32,000 fans per day at Royal St George's, organisers the Royal and Ancient (R&A) said on Saturday after discussions with the government and public health authorities. More »


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