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B. 2018-04-16 American woman and Japanese man win Boston Marathon
2. 2018-02-16 Yuzuru Hanyu Wins Figure Skating Gold Medal Pyeongchang, South Korea
3. 2018-02-12 Japan's Kei Saito given first doping ban in Pyeongchang South Korea
E. 2017-10-08 Hamilton extends title lead as Vettel's challenge misfires Suzuka Circuit, Japan
F. 2017-05-28 Takuma Sato wins Indianapolis 500
G. 2016-12-18 Club World Cup: Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick sinks brave Antlers Yokohoma, Japan
H. 2016-09-07 US Open 2016: Kei Nishikori stuns Andy Murray Arthur Ashe Stadium, Queens, New York
2016-08-21 Spectacular closing ceremony as Olympic flag goes to Tokyo
9. 2016-08-10 Kohei Uchimura retains Olympic crown in all-around gymnastics final Rio de Janeiro

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American woman and Japanese man win Boston Marathon Map of Copley Square Boston MA USA  Desiree (Desi) Linden, a two-time Olympian, battled the rain and wind to win the 122nd running of the storied race Yuzuru Hanyu Wins Figure Skating Gold Medal Map of Pyeongchang South Korea


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   South Korea: Hanyu becoming the first menís repeat champion since Dick Button of the United States in 1948 and 1952
Feb.12 Japan's Kei Saito given first doping ban in Pyeongchang
   South Korea: Japanese speed skater Kei Saito has become the first athlete to be excluded from the 2018 Winter Olympics for a doping violation


year 2017 Top ^

Oct.8     Hamilton extends title lead as Vettel's challenge misfires   Lewis Hamilton took full advantage of rival Vettel's latest misfortune to win the Japanese Grand Prix Sunday and extend his advantage in the... May.28   Takuma Sato wins Indianapolis 500   Sato became the first Japanese driver to win the Indianapolis 500 as F1 star Fernando Alonso was forced to retire with smoke billowing from his...

year 2016 Top ^

Dec.18   Club World Cup: Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick sinks brave Antlers
Map of Yokohoma Japan  A Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick helped Real Madrid to avoid a major upset against Kashima Antlers to win the final 4-2 after extra time Sep.7 US Open 2016: Kei Nishikori stuns Andy Murray. New York Aug.21     Spectacular closing ceremony as Olympic flag goes to Tokyo
Map of Maracana Rio de Janeiro Brazil
  Rio de Janeiro: The Rio Olympics ended with a spectacular carnival-inspired closing ceremony, and the official handover to 2020 hosts Tokyo
Aug.10     Kohei Uchimura retains Olympic crown in all-around gymnastics final  Rio de Janeiro: A virtuoso performance from the 27-year-old ensured gold in the men's all-around gymnastics final Wednesday for the second Games in succession

year 2015 Top ^

Oct.16 Rugby World Cup 2015: Japan secure third win
. England Sep.27 Lewis Hamilton wins to match Ayrton Senna mark Sep.26 Japanese climber who lost 9 fingers nears Everest summit. Nepal Sep.19 Rugby World Cup 2015: South Africa 32-34 Japan. England Sep.1 Tokyo 2020 Olympics logo scrapped Jul.5   USA beat Japan 5-2 in World Cup final Map of Vancouver  Vancouver: Carli Lloyd scored an incredible 13-minute hat-trick as the United States thrashed Japan to win their third Women's World Cup title Jul.2 Women's World Cup 2015: Japan edges England. Western Canada

year 2014 Top ^

Oct.5 Injured F1 driver is out of surgery   Jules Bianchi is out of surgery and breathing on his own after suffering a severe head injury in a crash at the Japanese Grand Prix Sep.6   Kei Nishikori beats Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals   New York: Kei Nishikori stunned world number one Novak Djokovic at the US Open to become Japan's first Grand Slam singles finalist Jun.19  Japan and 10-man Greece played out stalemate Jun.14  Ivory Coast fight back to beat Japan Jun.7  Qatar 2022: Fifa sponsor demands 'appropriate investigation'

year 2013 Top ^

Sep.7   Tokyo wins race to host 2020 Olympics
   Argentina: Tokyo has been chosen to host the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games ahead of Istanbul and Madrid.    Tokyo won a final round of voting by International Olympic Commit...
  Cities in final bid for 2020 Olympics    Argentina: Madrid, Istanbul and Tokyo bidding to host the Olympics and Paralympics are revealing their presentations Jun.4  Japan first into 2014 World Cup May.22 Japanese 80-year-old claims Everest record   Nepal: 80-year old Yuichiro Miura has reached the summit of Mount Everest, making him the oldest man to scale the world's highest peak

year 2012 Top ^

Dec.16   Corinthians win Club World Cup over Chelsea   Benitez failed to win his first trophy as Chelsea manager as his team lost to Brazilian side Corinthians. Guerrero scored the only goal Aug.1 Uchimura takes indvidual gold
. London Jun.8 Solo round-the-world explorer rescued after storm

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.18 Barcelona secure Club World Cup
Oct.9 Vettel finishes third to retain world title Jul.17   Japan celebrates World Cup win  Japan had come into the tournament helping rally a nation that had been devastated by the earthquake and nuclear disaster Japan win World Cup on penalties over US. West Germany Feb.5 Sumo event cancelled amid scandal Jan.29 Japan clinch fourth Asian Cup. Qatar

year 2010 Top ^

Sep.5 MotoGP rider dies in crash
. San Marino Jun.29 Paraguay beat Japan on penalties, 5-3. South Africa Jun.24 Japan beat Denmark to join last 16. South Africa

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.21 Rooney wins Club World Cup for Man Utd
Dec.4 Global crisis ends Honda F1 dream Apr.25 Japan leg of torch relay begins Apr.19 Danica Patrick makes IndyCar history Feb.8 Sumo hazing allegations

year 2007 Top ^

Sep.1 U.S. relay win secures Gay treble


year 2006 Top ^

Sep.4     Spain wins world basketball over Greece  The final was a one-sided affair with Spain dominating from the start and limiting Greece to scoring only 47 Mar.20 Japan beats Cuba in baseball final
. Southern California Feb.23 Arakawa wins historic skating gold. Northern Italy

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.18 Sao Paulo lift World Clubs trophy


year 2004 Top ^

Oct.10 Schumi won record 13th race in season
Aug.7  China loss to Japan sparks protest

year 2002 Top ^

Jun.30     Brazil wins World Cup
  Brazil 2-0 Germany. Ronaldo scored both goals and gets Golden Boot award
Jun.26   Brazil beats Turkey 1-0 in semifinal  Ronaldo's shot, which Turkey goalkeeper Recber got a hand to but could not keep out, decided a tight tussle Jun.22     Turkey shoots into semis
  Substitute Mansiz swept home a golden goal four minutes into extra time against Senegal Jun.21     Brazil beat England 2-1 in quarterfinal  Ronaldinho made one goal and scored a second before being sent off as Brazil reached the World Cup semifinals Jun.17  Brazil past Belgium 2-0, into quarterfinals Jun.16  Senegal 2-1 Sweden

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.27   Bayern wins world club championship  Kuffour goal gives Bayern 1-0 victory over Argentina's Boca Juniors in Toyota Cup Oct.14   Schumacher wins final Grand Prix  Michael ninth victory of 2001, tying Nigel Mansell's all-time record Jun.10  France wins Confederations Cup


Solo round-the-world explorer rescued after storm American woman and Japanese man win Boston Marathon Map of Copley Square Boston MA USA  Desiree (Desi) Linden, a two-time Olympian, battled the rain and wind to win the 122nd running of the storied race U.S. relay win secures Gay treble Injured F1 driver is out of surgery   Jules Bianchi is out of surgery and breathing on his own after suffering a severe head injury in a crash at the Japanese Grand Prix US Open 2016: Kei Nishikori stuns Andy Murray. New York   Kei Nishikori beats Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals   New York: Kei Nishikori stunned world number one Novak Djokovic at the US Open to become Japan's first Grand Slam singles finalist Japan beats Cuba in baseball final. Southern California Rugby World Cup 2015: Japan secure third win. England Rugby World Cup 2015: South Africa 32-34 Japan. England Club World Cup: Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick sinks brave Antlers Map of Yokohoma Japan  A Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick helped Real Madrid to avoid a major upset against Kashima Antlers to win the final 4-2 after extra time   USA beat Japan 5-2 in World Cup final Map of Vancouver  Vancouver: Carli Lloyd scored an incredible 13-minute hat-trick as the United States thrashed Japan to win their third Women's World Cup title Women's World Cup 2015: Japan edges England. Western Canada Corinthians win Club World Cup over Chelsea   Benitez failed to win his first trophy as Chelsea manager as his team lost to Brazilian side Corinthians. Guerrero scored the only goal Barcelona secure Club World Cup   Japan celebrates World Cup win  Japan had come into the tournament helping rally a nation that had been devastated by the earthquake and nuclear disaster Japan win World Cup on penalties over US. West Germany Japan clinch fourth Asian Cup. Qatar Paraguay beat Japan on penalties, 5-3. South Africa Japan beat Denmark to join last 16. South Africa Rooney wins Club World Cup for Man Utd Sao Paulo lift World Clubs trophy   Brazil wins World Cup




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Jun.14  Ivory Coast fight back to beat Japan
Jun.7  Qatar 2022: Fifa sponsor demands 'appropriate investigation'
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  Brazil 2-0 Germany. Ronaldo scored both goals and gets Golden Boot award
Jun.26 Brazil beats Turkey 1-0 in semifinal
  Ronaldo's shot, which Turkey goalkeeper Recber got a hand to but could not keep out, decided a tight tussle Jun.22   Turkey shoots into semis  Substitute Mansiz swept home a golden goal four minutes into extra time against Senegal Jun.21   Brazil beat England 2-1 in quarterfinal  Ronaldinho made one goal and scored a second before being sent off as Brazil reached the World Cup semifinals Jun.17  Brazil past Belgium 2-0, into quarterfinals Jun.16  Senegal 2-1 Sweden 2001 Nov.27 Bayern wins world club championship  Kuffour goal gives Bayern 1-0 victory over Argentina's Boca Juniors in Toyota Cup Jun.10  France wins Confederations Cup



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2006 Sep.4   Spain wins world basketball over Greece  The final was a one-sided affair with Spain dominating from the start and limiting Greece to scoring only 47



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2008 Apr.19 Danica Patrick makes IndyCar history




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2017 Oct.8   Hamilton extends title lead as Vettel's challenge misfires   Lewis Hamilton took full advantage of rival Vettel's latest misfortune to win the Japanese Grand Prix Sunday and extend his advantage in the... May.28 Takuma Sato wins Indianapolis 500   Sato became the first Japanese driver to win the Indianapolis 500 as F1 star Fernando Alonso was forced to retire with smoke billowing from his... 2015 Sep.27 Lewis Hamilton wins to match Ayrton Senna mark
2011 Oct.9 Vettel finishes third to retain world title 2010 Sep.5 MotoGP rider dies in crash. San Marino 2008 Dec.4 Global crisis ends Honda F1 dream 2004 Oct.10 Schumi won record 13th race in season 2001 Oct.14   Schumacher wins final Grand Prix  Michael ninth victory of 2001, tying Nigel Mansell's all-time record



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2018 Feb.12 Japan's Kei Saito given first doping ban in Pyeongchang
   South Korea: Japanese speed skater Kei Saito has become the first athlete to be excluded from the 2018 Winter Olympics for a doping violation
2011 Feb.5 Sumo event cancelled amid scandal
2008 Feb.8 Sumo hazing allegations



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2018 Feb.16 Yuzuru Hanyu Wins Figure Skating Gold Medal
Map of Pyeongchang South Korea
   South Korea: Hanyu becoming the first menís repeat champion since Dick Button of the United States in 1948 and 1952
2016 Aug.21   Spectacular closing ceremony as Olympic flag goes to Tokyo Map of Maracana Rio de Janeiro Brazil
  Rio de Janeiro: The Rio Olympics ended with a spectacular carnival-inspired closing ceremony, and the official handover to 2020 hosts Tokyo
Aug.10   Kohei Uchimura retains Olympic crown in all-around gymnastics final  Rio de Janeiro: A virtuoso performance from the 27-year-old ensured gold in the men's all-around gymnastics final Wednesday for the second Games in succession 2015 Sep.1 Tokyo 2020 Olympics logo scrapped 2013 Sep.7 Tokyo wins race to host 2020 Olympics
   Argentina: Tokyo has been chosen to host the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games ahead of Istanbul and Madrid.    Tokyo won a final round of voting by International Olympic Commit...
Sep.7   Cities in final bid for 2020 Olympics    Argentina: Madrid, Istanbul and Tokyo bidding to host the Olympics and Paralympics are revealing their presentations 2012 Aug.1 Uchimura takes indvidual gold
. London 2008 Apr.25 Japan leg of torch relay begins 2006 Feb.23 Arakawa wins historic skating gold. Northern Italy



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2015 Sep.26 Japanese climber who lost 9 fingers nears Everest summit
. Nepal 2013 May.22 Japanese 80-year-old claims Everest record   Nepal: 80-year old Yuichiro Miura has reached the summit of Mount Everest, making him the oldest man to scale the world's highest peak