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New report warns of heat danger at Paris Olympics

New report warns of heat danger at Paris Olympics

A new report out Tuesday, backed by climate scientists and athletes, warned about the dangers posed by extreme high temperatures at this year's Paris Olympics. The "Rings of Fire" report —a collaboration between non-profit Climate Central, academics at Britain's University of Portsmouth and 11 Olympians— said conditions in Paris could be worse than the last Games in Tokyo in 2021.



Paris prepares epic Olympics dance show

Paris prepares epic Olympics dance show

Music pounds through an empty hangar on the outskirts of Paris as dancers perform a few snatches of a top-secret routine in front of giant mirrors. Audiences will get to see the fruits of their labours on 26 July when the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games is held in Paris.





Athletes reflect on 2023 Special Olympics World Games

Athletes reflect on 2023 Special Olympics World Games

As the Special Olympics movement marks the one-year anniversary of the 2023 World Games in Berlin, athletes from across Europe shared their experiences of the Games through compelling videos. These clips highlighted athletes from Germany, Italy, Spain, Great Britain, and Ireland.






"Shot of my life" helps Bryson DeChambeau to second US Open title

"Shot of my life" helps Bryson DeChambeau to second US Open title

Bryson DeChambeau, needing to get up and down from a bunker at 18 to win, delivered one of his greatest shots Sunday and sank a tension-packed putt to win the US Open. DeChambeau, having already escaped disaster once at Pinehurst's final hole, blasted a 55-yard bunker shot to four feet and rolled in the clutch putt to capture his second US Open crown.