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Olympics ticket holders must win lottery to attend games due to coronavirus crowd limits

Stars and Stripes 24 Jun 2021
TOKYO – Coronavirus crowd restrictions mean Olympics ticket holders must win the right to hold onto their seats in a lottery to be held two weeks before next month’s opening ceremony ... “I would like to go but, at the same time, if I don’t have tickets, I’m going to leave the Tokyo area,” he told Stars and Stripes by phone on Thursday.
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Leica’s Leitz Phone 1 is a rebadged Sharp Aquos R6

Shenzhen Daily 23 Jun 2021
Announced at a Tokyo press conference last week, the Leitz Phone 1 is Leica’s first self-branded mobile phone. The camera maker isn’t afraid to admit that the Leitz Phone 1 is actually a rebadged Sharp Aquos R6, with the former emphasizing a “true Leica experience” down to the level of industrial design and user interface.
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Every Fast & Furious Movie Ranked

Empire 22 Jun 2021
With Vin Diesel merely cameoing and Paul Walker out of the picture, the focus flips to Lucas Black's Sean Boswell, a drippy Southern-drawling American teen hopelessly out of his depth in the Tokyo drift-racing scene ... Han aside, Tokyo Drift is best remembered for its, well, ...
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Soccer newsletter: Mexico may face more penalties thanks to homophobic chant

The Los Angeles Times 22 Jun 2021
Vlatko Andonovski, coach of the women’s national team, is facing some difficult choices as he tries to pare his roster down to the 18-player limit for next month’s Olympic Games in Tokyo ... People will be getting phone calls,” defender Becky Sauerbrunn said in reference to the calls from Andonovski she and her teammates are expecting.
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Helene Elliott: Allyson Felix’s desire to win gold on the Olympic stage continues to shine bright

Ravalli Republic 21 Jun 2021
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit and stalled runner Allyson Felix’s preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics — which she planned as her fifth and last — she had to find new ways to squeeze in her workouts ... Olympic trials in Eugene, Ore., for berths in the 200- and 400-meter races and a spot in the relay pool in the delayed Tokyo Games ... Tokyo 2020.
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Barrett says timing 'perfect' for Canadian basketball team

TSN Canada 17 Jun 2021
Instead of celebrating out on the town with friends and family, the New York Knicks guard marked the milestone in a hotel room in Tampa, Fla., on Monday, waiting to join his Canadian national men's basketball teammates as they push for a spot at the Tokyo Olympics ... I was just on the phone with everybody, family and stuff.
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Knicks' RJ Barrett says timing 'perfect' for Canadian basketball team

Moosejaw Today 17 Jun 2021
Instead of celebrating out on the town with friends and family, the New York Knicks guard marked the milestone in a hotel room in Tampa, Fla., on Monday, waiting to join his Canadian national men's basketball teammates as they push for a spot at the Tokyo Olympics ... I was just on the phone with everybody, family and stuff.
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American duo plead guilty to helping former Nissan chief Ghosn flee Japan

Yahoo Daily News 14 Jun 2021
TOKYO (Reuters) -A U.S ... Extradited to Japan from the United States in March, they are being held at the same jail in Tokyo where Ghosn was detained ... The statement also said that Ghosn's wife Carole Ghosn sought help from Michael Taylor, with Ghosn later contacting the him from Tokyo with a phone he had hidden from Japanese authorities.
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Americans who helped Ghosn escape Japan plead guilty

Al Jazeera 14 Jun 2021
Extradited to Japan from the US in March, they are being held at the same jail in Tokyo where Ghosn was imprisoned ... Their statement also said Ghosn’s wife Carole sought help from Michael Taylor, with Ghosn later contacting him from Tokyo with a phone he had hidden from the Japanese authorities.
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Father and son plead guilty to helping Carlos Ghosn flee Japan

The Irish Times 14 Jun 2021
... described as Japan’s “punitive and inhumane” bail conditions as the former chairman frequently communicated with the Taylors via messaging app Signal using a phone contract set up by his sister, and held secret meetings in Tokyo at his lawyer’s office, according to prosecutors.
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US Special Forces veteran and son plead guilty to helping former Nissan chief flee Japan in box on private jet

Irish Independent 14 Jun 2021
Extradited to Japan from the United States in March, they are being held at the same jail in Tokyo where Mr Ghosn was detained ... The statement also said that Mr Ghosn's wife Carole Ghosn sought help from Michael Taylor, with Mr Ghosn later contacting him from Tokyo with a phone he had hidden from Japanese authorities.
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UPDATE 4-American duo plead guilty to helping former Nissan chief Ghosn flee Japan

Yahoo Daily News 14 Jun 2021
&nbspTOKYO, June 14 (Reuters) - A U.S ...   Their statement also said that Ghosn's wife Carole Ghosn sought help from Michael Taylor, with Ghosn later contacting him from Tokyo with a phone he had hidden from Japanese authorities.  ... standing trial in Tokyo.
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Tokyo Olympics: Australia find the Olympic ‘bubble’ a challenge in Japan

Taipei Times 12 Jun 2021
AFP, TOKYO. No meeting fans, no eating out and no sightseeing — life in the Tokyo Olympic COVID-19 “bubble” could be “challenging” for athletes, the first team to arrive in Japan have warned ... “It is challenging,” Harrow said in an online interview from the team’s base in Ota City, about 100km north of Tokyo.
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Life in Olympic bubble is a 'challenge'

Straits Times 12 Jun 2021
TOKYO • No meeting fans, no eating out and no sightseeing - life in the Tokyo Olympic bubble could be "challenging" for athletes, the first team to arrive in Japan have warned ... "It is challenging," he said from the team's base in Ota city, 100km north of Tokyo.
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Aussie softball team finds Olympic bubble ‘challenging’

The Wire Network 12 Jun 2021
No meeting fans, no eating out and no sightseeing — life in the Tokyo Olympic bubble could be "challenging" for athletes, the first team to arrive in Japan has warned ... "It is challenging," Harrow said in an online interview from the team's base in Ota City, around 100 kilometres (60 miles) north of Tokyo.

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