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China lead the Olympic medals standings after day one. 11 medal events already done and dusted. #Tokyo2020  is in full swing

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China still has the lead, but Japan and USA won the most gold medals on day 2 of the Olympics. #Tokyo2020  #Olympics 

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Simone Biles said she pulled out of the team event because she had to put her mental health first. Her goal at the #Olympics  : "To focus on my well-being, there's more to life than just gymnastics. It is very unfortunate that it had to happen at this stage. " #Tokyo2020 

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DE Germany's hockey captain will be allowed to display rainbow colors in support of the LGBTQ community at #Tokyo2020 . Her case has put the IOC's rules on athlete protests under the spotlight, with some criticizing a lack of clarity. 🌈🏑 Full story:

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BREAKING Lena Hentschel and Tina Punzel secure Germany's first medal at #Tokyo2020 ! DE 🥉 #Olympics 

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Germany have won their second #Tokyo2020  gold medal! 🥇🐎 #Olympics  #GER 

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No rainbow lights? No problem! Local LGBT rights activists are equipping matchgoers with 11,000 rainbow flags outside Munich's Allianz Arena in response to UEFA's refusal to illuminate the stadium in LGBT flag colors for Germany's game against Hungary. #GERHUN  #EURO2020 

The day that German football changed forever? #TSGFCB  #Bundesliga 

It appears that stewards in the stadium have confiscated a 🌈-flag from two Denmark fans... #EURO2020  #CZEDEN  #Baku 

BREAKING UEFA approve the suggested Champions League reform, which will take place from 2024.

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A fan holding a rainbow flag broke onto the pitch while Hungary's national anthem was playing. #GERHUN  #EURO2020 

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The fan zone in Rome as Italy wins #EURO2020 . Scenes. #ITAENG 

Former Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has been removed from Hertha Berlin's board after referring to former Germany international Dennis Aogo as 'a token Black guy' in a WhatsApp message.

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