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USA coach Vlatko Andonovski fiddled but his players burned at the Olympics. The USWNT tried different combinations and tactics in Japan but this was a talented team strangely lacking in joy on the pitch
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Campbell’s journey culminated in claiming silver in the women’s +68kg.
Hockey's profile in India could reach new heights after both the men's and women's teams ended decades in the doldrums by advancing into the semi-finals of the Tokyo Olympics. Indian men once ruled the Olympic hockey tournament, winning six successive golds from 1928 to 1956. But with India's men taking on Belgium in Tuesday's semi-final, while their female counterparts take on Argentina in the last four a day later, the sport appears to be enjoying a resurgence in a country where every sport has to compete with cricket to get any eyeballs.
Results of a new study show the risk of neurodegenerative disease for outfield players was almost four times higher than for the general population.
Emily Campbell secured Great Britain’s first women’s Olympic weightlifting medal.
Football should consider eliminating heading, dementia expert saysGame needs to come with a health warning, argues Dr StewartLatest research ‘missing link’ in search for dementia connection Leicester’s Wilfred Ndidi (right) and Dele Alli of Tottenham battle for a header in the Premier League in May. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images
Stokes has taken an indefinite break from the game to prioritise his mental health and fully recover from a finger injury.
It was Great Britain’s first Olympic team gold in eventing since Munich 1972.
A Belarusian athlete sought amnesty in the Polish embassy in Tokyo in a diplomatic controversy playing out on the sideline of the Games, as Simone Biles said she would be back to compete in the final gymnastics event. Belarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, who took refuge in the Polish embassy on Monday a day after refusing her team's orders to board a flight home from the Olympic Games, has been granted a humanitarian visa by the Warsaw government. Tsimanouskaya, 24, had been due to compete in the women's 200 metre heats on Monday, but her Games was cut short when she was taken to the airport to board a Turkish Airlines flight.
The 30-year-old opener was struck on the helmet during training.
The winger made more than 750 professional appearances during a 20-year career.
Romelu Lukaku has jumped back to the top of Chelsea’s wanted list of strikers with Borussia Dortmund showing no sign of altering their not for sale stance on Erling Haaland.
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen are battling to be champion.
Chinese gold medallists Bao Shanju and Zhong Tianshi wore badges featuring the head of the country's former leader Mao Zedong during a medal ceremony on Monday, in a potential breach of Olympic rules on the display of political paraphernalia. The duo wore the badges, commonplace in China for half a century but a potential breach of Article 50 of the Olympic charter, after retaining the women's cycling team sprint title at the Izu Velodrome.
Goalkeeper Maddie Hinch was once again the hero as Great Britain women, the reigning Olympic champions, set up a semi-final grudge match against the Netherlands after a tense penalty shoot-out win over Spain at the Oi Hockey Stadium. Hinch saved the first three of Spain's efforts as Britain moved 2-0 ahead after successful goals for Hannah Martin and Sarah Jones. Beatriz Perez Lagunas then struck the post on what was effectively a sudden death penalty but a video referral deemed Hinch had made a
The likes of Liam Williams, Josh Adams and Wyn Jones are options.
Asher-Smith is still due to run in the 4x100m relay heats on Thursday.
Sifan Hassan bagged the first of what she hopes will be an unprecedented hat-trick of track golds while Kenya's astonishing run of victories in the men's steeplechase ended as boiling sun gave way to torrential rain at the Olympic athletics on Monday. The conditions caused a delay to the field events, Valarie Allman eventually winning the women's discus with her opening throw - an unlikely source for the United States' first athletics gold of the Games. If Dutchwoman Hassan is going to bag her remarkable treble, nobody can say she had it easy as she began the day by falling on the last lap of her 1,500 metres heat, only to spring up and charge through the field to finish first.
Netherlands' Sifan Hassan unleashed her sizzling pace in the final lap to win the women's 5,000 metres gold medal on Monday and kick off her bid for an unprecedented Olympic treble. The Ethiopian-born middle-distance runner has confirmed that she will add the 1,500 metres event to her 5,000m and 10,000m runs at Tokyo's Olympic Stadium. The 28-year-old Hassan is the reigning world champion in the 1,500 and 10,000.