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Jill Biden joins French President Macron to watch Olympic basketballFirst Lady Jill Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron watched their countrywomen tangle on the 3x3 basketball court at the sport's Olympic debut in Tokyo on Saturday. And the citizens of this country aren’t allowed to enjoy these games. One rule for the elite. One rule for everyone else Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga does not support the players. Because the Japanese have a high infection rate because the unvaccinated rate is 80%. Besides, the people are prohibited from going out because of an emergency in Tokyo. He is timid and timid. Tokyo2020 TokyoTogether How do you clap with two left hands?
Meet the radical Black surf school shaping youth culture in Cape TownOlympic hopefuls and casual gliders: Black Girls Surf’s new South African arm are riding the waves and championing a new generation of surfers
Surf’s up: a watershed moment for boarders at the Tokyo GamesForty competitors will paddle out into Tsurigasaki Beach on the morning of 25 July hoping to grab the first Olympic surfing medals good luck 🔥🔥🔥Gettr is a marketplace of ideas, where you can speak your mind without ever worrying about being politically censored.💥💥 Are not the waters around Japan full of sharks?
End-to-same-end stuff as 3x3 basketball makes Olympic debutThree-a-side version of sport made its Games bow with French president Emmanuel Macron and US first lady Jill Biden among the smattering of onlookers permitted into the arena
Charlotte Fry dazzles on Olympic debut to cruise into individual dressage finalFry’s strong performance also boosted Great Britain’s dressage team hopes in Tokyo. Well done!!!!
Olympic gold: China wins first top prize of Tokyo 2020 – Russia takes silverOlympic gold: China wins first top prize of Tokyo 2020 - Russia takes silver Britain's athletes better take their 'supplements'...