After their 4-1 win over Paraguay, the Samurai Blue shifted their focus to an encounter with world No. 1 Brazil.
The Kenyan running great wins the high-profile race for the first time in 2 hours, 2 minutes, 40 seconds.
After collecting five medals at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Paralympics, the Japan delegation captain puts herself on course to replicate that sterling achievement on the ski...
The Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks skipper, who has guided his club to five Japan Series titles since 2015, is not expected to remain in charge in 2022.
The third-year pro leads the Japanese professional women's tour with eight victories this season.
The 29-year-old Omara Durand Elias’ unbeaten streak began in 2011.
The vision-impaired Karasawa explained: “The fellow runner is the eyes of the athlete and the strategic brain, making his role an important one for how to...
Some of the world’s most successful Para athletes are returning to the spotlight at the Tokyo Games.
But will the global athletics supremo’s comments give the Japanese capital a big boost in the next few years?
The Olympic flame is no longer flickering in the nation’s capital, but so many memories remain vivid and meaningful.
The 36-year-old pulled away from the pack at the 30-km mark and never looked back.
Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra became the second-ever gold medalist for the country in an individual event.