Japan Olympics


'Japan Olympics' - 15 News Result(s)

  • Toyota Fetches New Way To Use AI, Self-Drive Tech In Tokyo Games

    Toyota Fetches New Way To Use AI, Self-Drive Tech In Tokyo Games

    The Japanese automaker on Monday unveiled a prototype of its next-generation field support robot, a miniature shuttle bus-shaped contraption based on its "e-Palette" ride-sharing vehicle under development, to be used at the Tokyo Games.

  • He's Head Of Japan's Cybersecurity But Has "Never Used A Computer"

    He's Head Of Japan's Cybersecurity But Has "Never Used A Computer"

    Japan's recently appointed cybersecurity and Olympics minister has told parliament he has never used a computer in his life, though he is responsible for overseeing cybersecurity preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Games.

  • Bill Gates Links Up With Tokyo 2020 Olympics For Development Goals

    Bill Gates Links Up With Tokyo 2020 Olympics For Development Goals

    Co-founder of Microsoft and the world's second-richest person Bill Gates, has devoted much of his time in recent years to his family foundation, which aims to help reach the SDG objectives, including ending extreme poverty and combating climate change by 2030.

  • Japan Wrestles Over Smoking Ban As Olympics Loom

    Japan Wrestles Over Smoking Ban As Olympics Loom

    Tokyo risks being one of the unhealthiest Olympic Games hosts in years, as an anti-smoking law exposes deep rifts over tobacco tax revenue, personal freedom and the dangers of passive smoking, which kills thousands of Japanese each year.

  • Li Na to play in Japan despite tensions

    Li Na to play in Japan despite tensions

    China's Li Na will play in Japan in the coming week, despite athletes from both countries pulling out of tournaments over tensions between Beijing and Tokyo, organisers said on Friday.

  • Olympics: Japanese medalists return to rousing celebration

    Olympics: Japanese medalists return to rousing celebration

    Thousands of fans screamed, cheered and snapped photos as Japan's Olympic medalists paraded through downtown Tokyo on Monday.

  • London 2012 Football: Carli Lloyd's golden double gives USA revenge over Japan

    London 2012 Football: Carli Lloyd's golden double gives USA revenge over Japan

    The United States clinched a 2-1 victory over Japan in the Olympic women's final on Thursday as Carli Lloyd's double gave her country a third successive gold medal and avenged last year's World Cup final defeat against the Asian giants.

  • London 2012: Obara claims Gold after coming out of retirement

    London 2012: Obara claims Gold after coming out of retirement

    Japan's Hitomi Obara justified her decision to come out of retirement by winning the women's 48kg freestyle wrestling gold in her first Olympic Games at London's Excel Arena on Wednesday.

  • London 2012: Japan knock Brazil out of women's football

    London 2012: Japan knock Brazil out of women's football

    World champions Japan ended Brazil's quest for a first Olympic women's football title with a 2-0 quarter-final win in Cardiff on Friday.

  • The Netherlands beats Japan 3-2 in Olympic hockey

    The Netherlands beats Japan 3-2 in Olympic hockey

    Kim Lammers scored twice as defending champion the Netherlands beat Japan 3-2 on Tuesday to move to the top of Group A in the Olympic women's field hockey tournament.

  • Yasuhiro Yamashita (Japan)

    Yasuhiro Yamashita (Japan)

    Japan's Yasuhiro Yamashita won gold in the open-class judo competition at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.

  • Japan earn shot at Olympic glory in football

    Japan earn shot at Olympic glory in football

    Japan booked their place at the London Olympics with a 2-0 win over Bahrain on Wednesday, earning the country a shot at its third major title in a row.

  • Japan in box seat for Olympic place

    Japan in box seat for Olympic place

    Japan are primed to join South Korea at the London Olympics as they head into Wednesday's final round of qualifying pool games with a three-point cushion.

  • Olympics: Japan government backs Tokyo's 2020 bid

    Olympics: Japan government backs Tokyo's 2020 bid

    Japan's government has officially endorsed Tokyo's bid to host the 2020 Summer Olympics, saying the event would symbolise recovery from a devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck this year.

  • Tokyo's bid for 2020 Olympics in need of lobbying power

    Tokyo's bid for 2020 Olympics in need of lobbying power

    Tokyo has launched another bid for the Olympics, but pundits at home fear it could go the same way as the unsuccessful tilt at the 2016 Games because of a lack of lobbying power.

'Japan Olympics' - 15 News Result(s)

  • Toyota Fetches New Way To Use AI, Self-Drive Tech In Tokyo Games

    Toyota Fetches New Way To Use AI, Self-Drive Tech In Tokyo Games

    The Japanese automaker on Monday unveiled a prototype of its next-generation field support robot, a miniature shuttle bus-shaped contraption based on its "e-Palette" ride-sharing vehicle under development, to be used at the Tokyo Games.

  • He's Head Of Japan's Cybersecurity But Has "Never Used A Computer"

    He's Head Of Japan's Cybersecurity But Has "Never Used A Computer"

    Japan's recently appointed cybersecurity and Olympics minister has told parliament he has never used a computer in his life, though he is responsible for overseeing cybersecurity preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Games.

  • Bill Gates Links Up With Tokyo 2020 Olympics For Development Goals

    Bill Gates Links Up With Tokyo 2020 Olympics For Development Goals

    Co-founder of Microsoft and the world's second-richest person Bill Gates, has devoted much of his time in recent years to his family foundation, which aims to help reach the SDG objectives, including ending extreme poverty and combating climate change by 2030.

  • Japan Wrestles Over Smoking Ban As Olympics Loom

    Japan Wrestles Over Smoking Ban As Olympics Loom

    Tokyo risks being one of the unhealthiest Olympic Games hosts in years, as an anti-smoking law exposes deep rifts over tobacco tax revenue, personal freedom and the dangers of passive smoking, which kills thousands of Japanese each year.

  • Li Na to play in Japan despite tensions

    Li Na to play in Japan despite tensions

    China's Li Na will play in Japan in the coming week, despite athletes from both countries pulling out of tournaments over tensions between Beijing and Tokyo, organisers said on Friday.

  • Olympics: Japanese medalists return to rousing celebration

    Olympics: Japanese medalists return to rousing celebration

    Thousands of fans screamed, cheered and snapped photos as Japan's Olympic medalists paraded through downtown Tokyo on Monday.

  • London 2012 Football: Carli Lloyd's golden double gives USA revenge over Japan

    London 2012 Football: Carli Lloyd's golden double gives USA revenge over Japan

    The United States clinched a 2-1 victory over Japan in the Olympic women's final on Thursday as Carli Lloyd's double gave her country a third successive gold medal and avenged last year's World Cup final defeat against the Asian giants.

  • London 2012: Obara claims Gold after coming out of retirement

    London 2012: Obara claims Gold after coming out of retirement

    Japan's Hitomi Obara justified her decision to come out of retirement by winning the women's 48kg freestyle wrestling gold in her first Olympic Games at London's Excel Arena on Wednesday.

  • London 2012: Japan knock Brazil out of women's football

    London 2012: Japan knock Brazil out of women's football

    World champions Japan ended Brazil's quest for a first Olympic women's football title with a 2-0 quarter-final win in Cardiff on Friday.

  • The Netherlands beats Japan 3-2 in Olympic hockey

    The Netherlands beats Japan 3-2 in Olympic hockey

    Kim Lammers scored twice as defending champion the Netherlands beat Japan 3-2 on Tuesday to move to the top of Group A in the Olympic women's field hockey tournament.

  • Yasuhiro Yamashita (Japan)

    Yasuhiro Yamashita (Japan)

    Japan's Yasuhiro Yamashita won gold in the open-class judo competition at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.

  • Japan earn shot at Olympic glory in football

    Japan earn shot at Olympic glory in football

    Japan booked their place at the London Olympics with a 2-0 win over Bahrain on Wednesday, earning the country a shot at its third major title in a row.

  • Japan in box seat for Olympic place

    Japan in box seat for Olympic place

    Japan are primed to join South Korea at the London Olympics as they head into Wednesday's final round of qualifying pool games with a three-point cushion.

  • Olympics: Japan government backs Tokyo's 2020 bid

    Olympics: Japan government backs Tokyo's 2020 bid

    Japan's government has officially endorsed Tokyo's bid to host the 2020 Summer Olympics, saying the event would symbolise recovery from a devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck this year.

  • Tokyo's bid for 2020 Olympics in need of lobbying power

    Tokyo's bid for 2020 Olympics in need of lobbying power

    Tokyo has launched another bid for the Olympics, but pundits at home fear it could go the same way as the unsuccessful tilt at the 2016 Games because of a lack of lobbying power.

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