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U.S. Will Not Punish Olympic Athletes for Peaceful Protests

The United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee announced on Thursday that it would no longer punish athletes who participate in peaceful protests, such as kneeling…

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Tokyo Olympics Organizers Promote Games as Light at End of Pandemic Tunnel

TOKYO — Thomas Bach, the president of the International Olympic Committee, this week articulated nothing but optimism for a glorious Summer Games next year in…

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A New U.S. Law Would Target Doping’s Enablers. International Watchdogs Don’t Like It.

New legislation that would expand the ability of law enforcement officials in the United States to prosecute people who participate in doping is garnering criticism…

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After Doping, Russia Moves on to Hacking Olympics, U.S. and Britain Say

LONDON — After the unmasking of its state-orchestrated doping program turned it into a sporting pariah, Russia hardly quietly accepted its punishment. Angered and humiliated,…

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