"We are focusing on the games going ahead," IPC President Andrew Parsons said, prior to marking 200 days until the opening of the world's biggest event for athletes with disabilities.
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The decorated World War II veteran, a towering figure in the U.S. legislative branch, was known for his efforts toward deepening Japan-U.S. relations.
One counseling service saw daily queries jump from around 200 to about 1,800 shortly after the death of popular actress Yuko Takeuchi in an apparent suicide.
Ileana Rodriguez hopes the team of up to six athletes will inspire refugees and asylum-seekers around the world.
With President Donald Trump having referred to the 'Chinese virus,' many people in the U.S. have felt racial tensions rise.
Japan is now planning to exempt foreign visitors traveling to the games from its 14-day quarantine requirement if they are from countries or regions with relatively few coronavirus cases.
The IOC faces a challenge to strike a balance between embracing activism in sports and preventing the games from turning into a stage for political demonstrations.
International Paralympic Committee President Andrew Parsons said the body is working to streamline next year's postponed Tokyo Paralympics but will cut no corners regarding athletes, competitions or spectators. With just a year to go until the Paralympics, which were pushed back from 2020 due to ...
Bengt Yamada has been taking the stories of children with disabilities to Tokyo's embassies.
A Japanese expert on infectious diseases has called for society-wide mobilization to make the best use of limited coronavirus testing resources, saying swifter testing of people suspected of infection is needed to ensure they receive timely treatment. Currently in Japan, people can be tested when ...