• Kyodo


Veteran Asuka Teramoto will be joined by four teenagers and first-time Olympians in the women’s gymnastics this summer in Rio de Janeiro, the Japan Gymnastics Association announced Saturday.

The 20-year-old Teramoto, who was 11th in the individual all-around at the London Games four years ago, will captain the team, which is aiming to win its first medal since the 1964 Tokyo Games.

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