The 10 sets of siblings representing Japan at the Beijing Olympics will use their family links to bring out the best in each other, with some tapping into long-standing rivalries while others work together for a common goal.
There were 11 sets of Japanese siblings at the Tokyo Games, but also a much larger team of 583 total athletes. This time the percentage is higher, with one-sixth of the team made up of siblings.
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