A list of sports events affected by the viral outbreak which started in China and has been declared a global health emergency

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A spokesman for the Japanese government says the International Olympic Committee is going ahead as planned with the Tokyo Olympics

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The organization is keeping a wary, watchful eye on the spread of the illness.


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Should Tokyo Olympics go on? Too early to say, but it’s hard to trust Olympic officials.

A list of sports events affected by the viral outbreak which started in China and has been declared a global health emergency

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Olympic champion Wayde van Niekerk is competing again after more than two years out with a career-threatening knee injury and is facing a race against time to be ready to defend his title at the Tokyo Games

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A senior member of the International Olympic Committee is casting doubt on the possibility of postponing, moving or scattering this summer’s Tokyo Games because of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, saying organizers will probably either hold the event or cancel it

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The first board meeting for the Milan-Cortina Olympics was being held by video conference as authorities sought to contain the spreading virus that has made northern Italy the focal point of the outbreak in Europe

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An eye-opening survey finds that the majority of elite and Olympic athletes struggle to make ends meet

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Most of the players from the 1980 Olympic team that shocked the Soviet Union came onstage at the rally in Las Vegas. Also wearing the red hat was the daughter of the team's late coach, Herb Brooks, who said she thought her father wold have been a Trump supporter.

A list of sports events affected by the viral outbreak which started in China and has been declared a global health emergency

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The Tokyo Olympics open in five months on July 24

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China’s anti-doping regulators will restart testing that was suspended earlier this month due to the virus outbreak in the country

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The modest venue, just 7,700 seats, is mostly unchanged since 1980, when the U.S. Olympic hockey team stunned the Soviet Union in the most famous upset in American sports history.

Tai Babilonia never hesitated

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A list of sports events affected by the viral outbreak which started in China and has been declared a global health emergency

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The Asian Football Confederation says China’s scheduled home match against South Korea in the final round of qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics will be held in Sydney due to concern over the China virus

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Saturday marks exactly four decades since perhaps the greatest upset in the history of sports

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The victory by the U.S. men’s hockey team over the heavily favored Soviet Union at the 1980 Winter Olympics is widely regarded as one of the greatest upsets in sports history

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Wrestling’s international governing body has approved moving next month’s Asian Olympic qualifier to Kyrgyzstan because of the coronavirus outbreak in China

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