Part 4 of 4 of the list of sports events affected by the coronavirus outbreak

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Part 3 of 4 of the list of sports events affected by the coronavirus outbreak

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Part 2 of 4 of the list of sports events affected by the coronavirus outbreak

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A four-part list of sports events affected by the coronavirus pandemic

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Olympian Daiya Seto, one of the world’s top swimmers, was caught having an affair and now cannot compete for the rest of 2020.

Three long-distance records have fallen in recent weeks, all aided by an innovation that helps the pace.

Tokyo is planning to hold an international gymnastics meet next month that will exempt non-Japanese athletes from a 14-day quarantine period

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Part 4 of 4 of the list of sports events affected by the coronavirus outbreak

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Part 3 of 4 of the list of sports events affected by the coronavirus outbreak

  • Associated Press
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Part 2 of 4 of the list of sports events affected by the coronavirus outbreak

  • Associated Press
  • ·

A four-part list of sports events affected by the coronavirus pandemic

  • Associated Press
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The IOC denies claims President Thomas Bach intervened to help steer an Olympic official implicated in corruption away from France where the investigation is being led

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The USOPC is in mediation with hundreds of Nassar's victims, who sued it and USA Gymnastics.

Even before the coronavirus pandemic wiped the Summer Olympics off the 2020 sports calendar, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee was an organization in peril

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The 2022 Winter Games are becoming far more contentious than China’s 2008 Olympic host debut.

Sebastian Coe has repeated his support for the right of athletes at next year’s Tokyo Olympics to “take the knee” on the medal podium to protest social or racial injustice

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The International Olympic Committee is investigating claims from Belarusian athletes who say they face reprisals for protesting the disputed re-election of President Alexander Lukashenko

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Accusations of doping and mistreating athletes have cast a dark cloud over Nike’s distance-running efforts, and executives who were major track boosters have stepped aside, stirring uncertainty throughout the track world about Nike’s future support.

The IOC and local organizers are trying to “simplify” the postponed Tokyo Olympics

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Athletes would get more power under the sweeping bill, which previously passed the Senate and now awaits President Trump's signature.

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