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'Simone’s bravery is teaching us all a lesson,' Colorado doctor and former gymnast commends Olympian

Fox31 Denver 01 Aug 2021
She sees this pattern in her clinic and in studies. Simone Biles makes mental health the talk of the Tokyo Games. “We did a study on former collegiate athletes, that over 58% of them had an injury that required surgery, so gymnastics has a lot of injuries so anything we can do to try to minimize those,” Sweeney said.
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Tokyo 2020 seeks to prevent heatstroke with AI

Yahoo Daily News 01 Aug 2021
Tokyo 2020 seeks to prevent heatstroke with AI ... The Tokyo Olympics is battling through a global health crisis but athletes, officials and staff also face another health threat ... This is a Tokyo 2020 volunteer who guides Olympic participants at the National Stadium. ... A study last year by a Games adviser anaylzed data from 1984 ... Tokyo Olympics 2020.
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Olympics: Tokyo heat roasts outdoor athletes amid heatstroke risk

Straits Times 01 Aug 2021
"Before the outset of the coronavirus problem, the important issue for the Tokyo Games was a response to heat illness," Mr Muto told reporters ... A study last year by a Games adviser, analysing data back to 1984, found that Tokyo had the highest average temperature and precipitation of any host city for the period the Olympics were held.
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Tokyo heat roasts outdoor athletes amid heat-stroke risk

Reuters 01 Aug 2021
"Before the outset of the coronavirus problem, the important issue for the Tokyo Games was a response to heat illness," Muto told reporters ... A study last year by a Games adviser, analysing data back to 1984, found that Tokyo had the highest average temperature and precipitation of any host city for the period the Olympics were held.
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Athletes battle Tokyo summer as staff suffer heat illness

Reuters 01 Aug 2021
"Before the outset of the coronavirus problem, the important issue for the Tokyo Games was a response to heat illness," Muto told reporters ... But a study last year by a Games adviser, analysing data back to 1984, found that Tokyo had the highest average temperature and precipitation of any host city for the period the Olympics were held.
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Olympics-Tokyo heat roasts outdoor athletes amid heat-stroke risk

Metro USA 01 Aug 2021
“Before the outset of the coronavirus problem, the important issue for the Tokyo Games was a response to heat illness,” Muto told reporters ... A study last year by a Games adviser, analysing data back to 1984, found that Tokyo had the highest average temperature and precipitation of any host city for the period the Olympics were held.
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Olympics-Athletes battle Tokyo summer as staff suffer heat illness

Metro USA 01 Aug 2021
“Before the outset of the coronavirus problem, the important issue for the Tokyo Games was a response to heat illness,” Muto told reporters ... But a study last year by a Games adviser, analysing data back to 1984, found that Tokyo had the highest average temperature and precipitation of any host city for the period the Olympics were held.
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The Olympics treats trans athletes like cheaters. Now Republicans want to do the same to ...

Business Insider 31 Jul 2021
There are no studies that indicate that trans women's levels of testosterone - which vary widely - afford them an advantage over their cis competitors ... "The question shouldn't be 'Why are there three trans athletes in Tokyo?'," Joanna Harper, a medical physicist who has authored two studies on trans women in sports, told me.
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Organisers seek to prevent heatstroke with AI gadget

Reuters 31 Jul 2021
TOKYO, July 31 ... A study last year by a Games adviser of data back to 1984 found that Tokyo had the highest average temperature and precipitation of any host city for the period the Olympics were held. And Tokyo's five hottest days since 1964 fell in or around the July 23-Aug.
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Tokyo Olympics 2020 odds, picks, predictions for July 31: Proven expert reveals best bets for ...

CBS Sports 31 Jul 2021
Caeleb Dressel and Team USA Swimming will get one final night in the spotlight Saturday at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and the track stars will continue to shine at the Olympics 2020 ... Now, Tierney has been studying the 2020 Tokyo Olympics event schedule and digging down into the individual sports ... Top 2020 Tokyo Olympics predictions ... 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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Tokyo Olympics primed to lose $30 billion with no way to recoup losses

New York Post 31 Jul 2021
Each Olympic Games since 1960 has overrun its budget by 172 percent on average, according to a University of Oxford study. However, economists believe the Tokyo Olympics will cost around 400 percent more than its original budget ... Zimbalist expects the local committee will lose at least $30 billion on Tokyo 2020.
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Beijing's Winter Games plans firmly on track

China Daily 31 Jul 2021
With international attention drawn to the ongoing Tokyo Summer Olympics, Beijing's preparations for hosting the winter edition six months later are also gaining momentum ... "We are monitoring and studying the Tokyo model closely and will make necessary adjustments to our plans accordingly," he said.
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In Olympic swimming, overcoming challenges has helped this Canadian ride the wave back to success

Canoe 31 Jul 2021
“I’d say finding balance for sure was one of the challenges of the last three years,” Ruck said in an interview with Postmedia prior to the Tokyo Games ... Given the internal strife, just making it to Tokyo was an accomplishment for Ruck, who was born in B.C ... Tokyo Olympics avoided a COVID disaster so far.
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Eliza Stone vows to keep fencing after a tough Olympics — and difficult attempts to ...

Finger Lakes Times 31 Jul 2021
TOKYONothing has been easy for Chicago’s Eliza Stone in the past year — including these Olympics ... “The fact that I made the Olympics is wonderful,” she said ... “I got creative ... A few days after arriving in Tokyo, she told the Tribune she would stick with the sport if she could find a way to both study and compete at a world-class level ... .
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Schauffele clings to lead as 3 medals up for grabs in golf

Yahoo Daily News 31 Jul 2021
Tokyo Olympics Golf ... Tokyo Olympics Golf ... Tokyo Olympics Golf. Xander Shauffele of United States studies his bunker shot on the first hole during the third round of the men's golf event at the 2020 Summer Olympics on Saturday, July 31, 2021, in Kawagoe, Japan ... Tokyo Olympics Golf ... Tokyo Olympics Golf ... Tokyo Olympics Golf ... Tokyo Olympics Golf ... Tokyo Games.
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