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Fraser-Pryce rockets win Jamaican 100m title and book ticket to Tokyo

Athletics – Jamaica Olympic Destiny Track Meet – Kingston, Jamaica – June 5, 2021 Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce reacts after the women’s 100m. Fraser-Pryce, two-time Olympic 100m champion, achieved the world’s fastest women’s 100m in almost 33 years and the fourth fastest time in history REUTERS / Gilbert Bellamy TPX IMAGES …

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Coburn dominates the steeplechase, Felix progresses over 200m at American trials

June 25 (Reuters) – Emma Coburn claimed victory in the women’s 3,000-meter steeplechase at the US Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon on Thursday to secure her spot at the Tokyo Games, while six-time Olympic champion Allyson Felix advanced to the semi-final of the 200 m -finals. Rio Games bronze medalist …

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Panasonic Announces Signature of Professional Tennis Player Naomi Osaka as Brand Ambassador |

OSAKA, Japan – (BUSINESS WIRE) – June 24, 2021– Panasonic Corporation has signed a Brand Ambassador Agreement with professional tennis player Naomi Osaka. The term of the agreement is two years from April 22, 2021. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210624005399/en/ Naomi Osaka, Panasonic Brand …

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Joan Ullyot dies at 80

Dr Joan Ullyot, whose running accomplishments and medical expertise made her a major pioneer in women’s running, died on June 18 at her home in Snowmass Village, near Aspen, in Colorado. She was 80 years old. The cause was a heart attack. Ullyot’s book, Running For Women, published in 1976, …

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Hospital workers celebrate zero Covid patients after more than a year of frontline combat

Kemah Zinnah, an intensive care nurse at the suburban hospital in Bethesda, Md., Waited “impatiently” hoping that no more Covid-19 patients would arrive after the deaths of two more than ‘one week. “Maybe we see the end of this influx of patients, and so far fingers crossed we are in …

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Hockey at the Tokyo Olympics

Rio 2016 Olympics – Maddie Hinch Britain (R) saves a penalty corner by Maartje Paumen (NED) of the Netherlands in the Women’s Gold Medal match – Olympic Hockey Center – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – 19 / 08/2016. REUTERS / Matthew Child June 22 (Reuters) – Focus on hockey at …

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Recap of days 2 and 3 | US Olympic Team Trials – Athletics

History links EUGENE, Oregon – Mizzou Track & Field second year Arianna Fisher set a new school record in the women’s triple jump at the US Olympic Team Trials – Track and Field Sunday night at Hayward Field on the University of Oregon campus. Fisher, who also holds the record …

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Vaccine watchdog ‘closely monitoring’ reports of period issues after Covid jab

The UK’s vaccine watchdog is “closely monitoring” reports of women with period irregularities after receiving their Covid vaccination, it has been reported. Data obtained by Sunday Times showed that nearly 4,000 reports have been made to the Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) regarding period issues related to jabs …

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Women Test – England vs India

New England captain praised her team’s efforts despite India’s lower order challenge Heather Knight hailed the one-time England-India test as prime publicity for the game, saying she would welcome five-day contests for women. Having lost a significant amount of the game to rain on day three in Bristol, England were …

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Fisher in Tokyo – Stanford University Athletics

EUGENE, Ore. – Grant Fisher ’19 is an Olympian. 2017 NCAA champion for Stanford, Fisher placed second in the men’s 10,000-meter at the US Olympic Track and Field Trials on Friday to win a trip to Tokyo. Fisher ran 27: 54.29 to finish second behind Bowerman Track Club teammate Woody …

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