Sprinter accuses London cops of racial profiling
British sprinter Bianca Williams has accused London police of racial profiling after a traffic stop on Saturday.
Diver Blagg retires at 23 because of shoulder
British diver Alicia Blagg is retiring from the sport because of a shoulder injury that has ended her chances of competing in a third Olympics at next year's Tokyo Games.
Tokyo governor, Abe to cooperate on Olympics
Tokyo's newly reelected governor and her political rival, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, agreed Monday to cooperate on handling the coronavirus outbreak to safely hold the Olympics next year.
Russia miss deadline to pay $6m doping fine
Russia's suspended athletics federation said on Thursday it had missed a July 1 deadline to pay $5 million of a fine to World Athletics.
Carlos calls on IOC to end rule banning protests
John Carlos, who was sent home from the 1968 Olympics after he and Tommie Smith protested racial inequality on the medals stand, wants the IOC's ban on protests to be abolished.
This Special Olympics athlete is on the front lines of the coronavirus
Johanna Schoeneck is at high risk for contracting COVID-19, but so are the people she takes care of at a group home. As an essential worker, she wasn't about to walk away when they needed her most.
Softball players who protested GM start new team
All 18 former members of the Scrap Yard Dawgs pro softball team, who protested a since-deleted tweet by the team's GM, have formed a new team called This Is Us.
Paraplegic rower dies on solo Pacific Ocean trek
Paraplegic rower Angela Madsen died over the weekend while attempting a solo expedition across the Pacific Ocean, the U.S. Coast Guard said Thursday.
Tokyo organizers to start sponsor talks in July
With the Tokyo Olympics delayed for a year, sponsors will be asked to sign up again. Tokyo spokesman Masa Takaya said talks would begin next month.
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