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Karate will make long-awaited Olympic debut in Tokyo

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WHAT'S NEW: After nearly a half-century of attempts to add karate to the Olympics, the Japanese martial art finally makes its debut on a...

4 riders to 3: a big change for team jumping at Tokyo Games

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM RIO: The individual defending champions from London 2012 all won gold again — Germany's Michael Jung in eventing, Charlotte Dujardin in dressage...

US men seeking 4th consecutive Olympic basketball gold

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Kobe Bryant, a few months before he died, made an appearance at the Basketball World Cup in China and was asked about the future...

Veteran Alves but no Neymar as Brazil eyes soccer gold again

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM RIO: Brazil winning gold lifted the footballing mood of the nation two years after a humiliating, 7-1 loss to Germany at the...

Simone’s Showcase; Biles bidding for history in Tokyo

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Simone Biles is aware of the pressure. She welcomes it. Practically invites it. Look no further than the sequined goat she's nicknamed “Goldie” that...

Skateboarding and the Olympics: New friends, put to the test

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CHELLES, France — For skateboarding, a sport where the No. 1 rule is that there are no rules, the straight jacket of the Olympic...

US women’s hoops looks for seventh consecutive gold medal

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Diana Taurasi and Sue Bird will try and become the first players ever to win five Olympic gold medals in basketball when the United...

Australia’s Fox targeting gold in women’s kayak slalom

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM RIO: France's Denis Gargaud Chanu won an unexpected gold in the men's canoe slalom in his first Olympics. Slovakia's Matej Benus earned...

Modern pentathlon field wide open for Tokyo Olympics

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM RIO: First off, an explanation of the event. The modern pentathlon consists of fencing, freestyle swimming (200 meters), equestrian show jumping and...

Hungarian fencer Aida Mohamed to compete in her 7th Olympics

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BUDAPEST, Hungary — Hungarian fencer Aida Mohamed is about to join a very small group of women by competing in her seventh Olympics. ...