IOC's Thomas Bach says vaccines won't be 'silver bullet' for staging Tokyo Olympics
Amid uncertainty about planning the Tokyo Olympics, IOC president Thomas Bach said Wednesday that progress with vaccines and rapid testing for COVID-19 would not be the complete answer for staging the rescheduled games.
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The 16th Summer Paralympic Games are slated to be the largest of their kind, as Scott Russell writes, with nearly 4,500 athletes from 83 countries expected to converge on Japan and take part in a record 22 sports and 540 medal events.
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Tokyo Paralympic competition schedule will be same next year
Swimmer Benoit Huot named Canada's chef de mission for Commonwealth Games
Canadian wheelchair basketball players ruled eligible to compete at Tokyo Games
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Paralympic cyclist Chernove chasing BC Epic 1000 record, but Tokyo remains top of mind
Paralympian Tristen Chernove about to embark on 1000 km cycling journey
Gary Longhi, Canada's flag-bearer at 2000 Paralympics, dies at 56
Canada's sports ethics body calls for Olympics to amend rule banning protests
Bureaucratic fight forcing some athletes to miss out on Tokyo Games
Canadian wheelchair basketball player ruled ineligible to compete at Tokyo 2020
Canadian athletes, organizers brace for difficulties of flying in COVID-19 era
Nancy Morin, 2-time Canadian Paralympic champion, dies at 44
In 2 crazy weeks, Erica Gavel defended masters thesis and qualified Canada for Tokyo 2020
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