Cyclist Jakobsen out of induced coma after crash
Tour organisers have announced that Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen is out of a coma after crashing on Wednesday.
London Marathon mass race off; elite race set
The Boston, Berlin, New York and Chicago marathons have all been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cyclist Jakobsen stable after 5-hour surgery
Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen endured a five-hour surgery and remained in a serious but stable condition on Thursday after a controversial crash with Dylan Groenewegen near the finish line of the Tour of Poland.
Tokyo Bay's Olympic rings sent for maintenance
The five Olympic rings floating on a barge in Tokyo Bay were towed away Thursday for what is being called "maintenance," but officials say the iconic Olympic symbol will return to greet next year's Games.
Dutch cyclist placed in induced coma after crash
Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen was put into an induced coma after suffering serious injuries in a crash on the final stretch of the Tour de Pologne race in southern Poland.
USOPC opens books detailing sports funding
New financial reports from the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee include unprecedented detail about money that goes to the sports organizations it oversees.
New Wisconsin justice sworn in at ultramarathon
New Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Jill Karofsky finished a 100-mile ultramarathon after being sworn in midrun.
Copenhagen Tour de France start moved to '22
Danish organizers say the Tour de France start due to take place in Copenhagen next year has been moved to 2022 to avoid being held in the same month as the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics and the European Championship soccer tournament.
NZ gov. concerned over gymnastic abuse claims
New Zealand's sports minister, Grant Robertson, has said allegations of psychological and physical abuse in gymnastics in the country are "deeply concerning."
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