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Sport has the power, Brave People of JAPAN

By the Olympics Sports team Abdul Rahim and Muhammad Saeed, Tokyo Japan, Sept 22, 2018: Optional Media Tour to disaster affected area in conjunction with (World Press Briefing) WPB, hosted by Tokyo Metropolitan Government from Friday September 7 to 9, 2018 (Brave People JAPAN). Day 1: Saturday, Sep 8 in Miyagi Prefecture Miyagi

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Turkey 2024 welcomes UEFA EURO 2024 Evaluation Report

By Tom Lloyd, Istanbul, Turkey, Sept 21, 2018: The Turkish Football Federation (TFF) today welcomed the positive UEFA EURO 2024 Evaluation Report published by UEFA on Turkey’s bid for UEFA EURO 2024. The UEFA administration released its assessment of Turkey’s UEFA EURO 2024 candidature, following a thorough technical analysis of the bid

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IJF & IBSA renew Memorandum of Understanding to further promote Judo

Baku, Sept 20, 2018: On 20 September, at the first day of the 2018 Judo Worlds in Baku, Azerbaijan, the International Judo Federation renewed its Memorandum of Understanding with IBSA, the International Blind Sports Federation. The continuous aim of this collaboration between both international sports bodies is to continue to work jointly

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Beaumont anticipates special and game-changing Rugby World Cup 2019 as Japan celebrates one year to go

Tokyo, Sept 20, 2018: World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont believes that Japan 2019 will be “a very special and game-changing Rugby World Cup” as the one year to go milestone marked with a series of celebrations across the host nation (Rugby World Cup 2019 Japan celebrates one year). On 20 September, 2019,

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Ukraine’s brilliant BILODID becomes the youngest world judo champion in history

Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept 20, 2018: 48kg, Ukraine’s brilliant BILODID becomes the youngest world judo champion in historyParis Grand Slam gold medallist Daria BILODID (UKR) was crowned the Daria BILODID youngest world judo champion in history with a sensational performance in Baku. Daria BILODID youngest world judo champion Daria BILODID youngest world judo champion

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Nippon TV, NHK and J SPORTS appointed Japan rights holders for Rugby World Cup 2019 as tournament targets record audience

Dublin, Sept 19, 2018: Rugby World Cup 2019 ™ is set to deliver a record domestic broadcast audience after World Rugby announced the appointment of Nippon TV, NHK and J SPORTS as broadcast rights-holders for Japan (Japan rights holders). The appointment of Japan’s leading sports broadcasters as rights-holders will ensure that the

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Beijing 2022 leveraging Olympic Winter Games to leave legacy for tomorrow

Beijing, Sep 18, 2018: During the third International Olympic Committee (IOC) Coordination Commission meeting (17-18 September), the Beijing 2022 Organising Committee expanded on plans to leverage the Olympic Winter Games 2022 to leave a legacy for tomorrow. “We have continued to emphasise the importance for the Organising Committee of producing an intelligent

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Allianz to become Worldwide Olympic Insurance Partner

Lausanne, Sep 18, 2018: The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Allianz today announced that the insurer will join the ”Worldwide Olympic Partner” (TOP) Programme in 2021 (Allianz Olympic Insurance Partner). Through this sponsorship agreement, Allianz will work with the IOC to provide innovative and integrated insurance solutions to support the Olympic Movement,

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World’s Best National Teams Impress at 2018 UR ISA World Surfing Games

Tahara, Japan, Sept 17, 2018: The typhoon swell continued to pulse on the second day of competition at the 2018 UR ISA World Surfing Games (WSG), creating non-stop action and impressive performances from the world’s best National Surfing Teams in Tahara, Japan. Italy’s Angelo Bonomelli caused the thousands on the beach in

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Olympic qualification pathway for rugby sevens confirmed for Tokyo 2020

Dublin, Sep 17, 2018: Rugby sevens’ Olympic qualification pathway for Tokyo 2020 has today confirmed (rugby sevens confirmed) by the International Olympic Committee and World Rugby. Twelve teams will compete for medals in both the men’s and women’s rugby sevens competitions from 27 July- 1 August at Tokyo Stadium. Japan’s men’s and