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Ex-Wresting Coach Sakae Apologizes for Abuse of Power

June 14, 2018

Tokyo- Kazuhito Sakae, former chief of the Japan Wrestling Federation’s training headquarters, apologized on Thursday for his abuse of power against four-time Olympic gold medalist Kaori Icho. Sakae was meeting with reporters in Tokyo. It was the first time for

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Special Gym Built in Tokyo’s Daiba ahead of 2020 Paralympics

June 14, 2018

Tokyo- A gymnasium dedicated for disabled athletes aiming to compete in the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games has been completed in Tokyo’s Daiba waterfront district, great news particularly for wheelchair athletes, although the use of the new facility will be limited

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2020 Tokyo Olympic Committee Sets Ticket Prices

June 12, 2018

Tokyo- The 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic organizing committee has drafted a plan to set ticket prices between 2,000 yen for competition events and 300,000 yen for the opening ceremony, it was learned Tuesday. The price plan for the general

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Head Coach Akira Nishino in preparation for 2018 Fifa World Cup, Friendly Soccer Match

June 9, 2018

Switzerland- Japan’s Head Coach Akira Nishino, top right, an international friendly soccer match in preparation for the upcoming 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia between Switzerland and Japan at the Cornaredo stadium in Lugano, Switzerland, Friday, 08 June 2018. EPA-Jiji

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WC Football 2018, Futsal pitch

June 8, 2018

Tokyo- In this file photo taken on December 20, 2017 Picture shows a futsal pitch on the rooftop of a department store next to the Shibuya crossing in Tokyo. Playing football, nothing could be simpler. Around the world and whatever

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1st Meeting Held for Tokyo Olympics “Host Towns”

June 7, 2018

Tokyo- A first meeting for the leaders of Japanese municipalities registered as “host towns” to welcome guests from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics participant nations was held at the prime minister’s office on Wednesday. In the meeting, Shunichi Suzuki,

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Ex-Football Coach Quits Nihon Univ. Board

June 2, 2018

Tokyo- Masato Uchida, former coach of Nihon University’s American football team, has resigned as a member of the Japanese university’s board over a controversial personal foul by a member of the team, the university said Friday. Uchida, 62, Wednesday offered

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Ohtani Becomes Most Favorite Athlete in Japan

June 2, 2018

Tokyo- Japanese major leaguer Shohei Ohtani became the most favorite athlete in Japan this year for the first time, a survey showed Friday. Ohtani, a Los Angeles Angels pitcher and designated hitter, replaced another Japanese major leaguer Ichiro Suzuki, according

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