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Japan is likely to spend at least $25 billion on the Games, nearly four times what was predicted.
When an enforcement agency fails to enforce, those who play by the rules are justifiably incensed.
It's part of a larger development toward peace and denuclearization on the Korean peninsula.
Seattle claims its third league title behind Breanna Stewart and Natasha Howard as Mystics’ late run falls short in Game 3 of the Finals.
Susanne Lyons will lead group overseeing Olympic sports beginning in 2019.
After two weeks away from her sport, the swimmer won’t rest until the 2020 Tokyo Games are over.
Out of football for a year, the former Redskins QB was training with Olympians. Now he’s fighting for a roster spot in Baltimore and feels called “to play football at a high level.”
At 38, the No. 14 women's player in the world has no plans to stop playing tennis and has her eyes set on the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
T.C. Williams product is among a group of young American sprinters already casting eyes toward the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
Olympic organization needs to overhaul its priorities to channel money toward athletes and away from executive compensation.
Veteran coach Tom Forster will assume role as team seeks to recover from Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal and set its sights on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
In the pools at California Berkeley and Georgia, seeing Olympic gold medalists is common.
Scores awarded by the two in men’s singles and pairs led to an investigation by the International Skating Union.
But not even the Couch Slouch longs for the days of Sansabelt baseball pants.
John Carlos and Tommie Smith were cast as villains after their protest on the medal stand.
As the national anthem played at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their fists to the sky amid a chorus of boos.
In civil suit , former Olympian alleges her sexual relationship with her coach while she was underage was an ‘open secret’ among top officials.
She campaigned for better cancer treatment after being diagnosed with a brain tumor.
Predatory behavior isn’t a Larry Nassar problem, or even a gymnastics problem. It pervades virtually all Olympic sports.
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