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Olympics 2021 - Today's event schedule, medal tracker and what to watch in Tokyo

The Olympic Games pick up the action with a widened slate of competitions. Simone Biles also makes her return to Olympic competition. The first swimming medals are awarded and Nyjah Houston highlights the skateboarding competition. What else is on at the Olympics? We've got you covered. Among Saturday's events, archery,...
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What to know about track and field at the Tokyo Olympics

Among the glamour events of every Summer Olympics, track and field promises to provide a stage for dramatic competition and historic performances at the Tokyo Games. Concerns about the heat have been part of the story line leading into this summer, but for U.S. athletes, conditions probably will not be as severe as what they faced during their trials last month in Eugene, Ore., which experienced record temperatures that required some schedule modifications.
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Tokyo Olympics schedule, day by day

Warning: This graphic requires JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript for the best experience. The Tokyo Olympics officially begin Friday with the Opening Ceremonies and end Aug. 8 with the Closing Ceremonies. Some events, such as softball and the men’s and women’s soccer tournaments, began Wednesday, before the official start of the Games.
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Tokyo Olympics schedule: Men's soccer live stream Brazil vs. Ivory Coast, Mexico vs. Japan and more

The second matchday of men's soccer at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Toyko is on Sunday with some of the biggest teams desperate for a result after underwhelming openers. Meanwhile, teams like Mexico and Brazil hope to make it two for two with promising starts. It will be another full morning of action with eight more games on the slate, highlighted by Brazil taking on Ivory Coast.