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# Tokyo

This year
'Winning silver in Tokyo was amazing… But it’s hard staying at the top'
Last year
Glitch halts Toyota factories in Japan
Japanese politicians and public mark first anniversary of Shinzo Abe assassination
All time
'Monster' Inoue batters Butler to become first undisputed bantamweight champ in 50 years
Tokyo begins same-sex partnership recognition
Japan executes man who killed seven people in truck ramming and stabbing
Taoiseach meets Prime Minister of Japan to discuss trade, Ukraine and nuclear disarmament
Japan holds election in shadow of Shinzo Abe assassination
Biden says US would intervene militarily if China invaded Taiwan
Tokyo residents warned of potential blackouts as a result of earthquake
Tsunami alert lifted after powerful 7.3-magnitude earthquake in Japan
Rare snow in Tokyo forces over one hundred domestic flight cancellations
'I was certainly quite a rare item in Japan at 6ft 5ins with red hair'
Man dressed as Joker injures at least 17 people in knife attack on Tokyo train
Paralympic Breakfast: Pat O'Leary wins B final in Tokyo
Paralympic Breakfast: Pat O'Leary paddles on as Patrick Flanagan takes the stage
Róisin Ní Riain claims another PB to finish fifth in 400m freestyle final
'I just knew I was capable of doing something great' - Ellen Keane's nerveless gold medal performance in Tokyo
Paralympic flame arrives in Tokyo as virus surges days before opening
President Higgins sends best wishes to Ireland's Paralympics team
British Olympic silver medallist Ujah suspended for alleged doping
Man held after 10 passengers stabbed on Tokyo train
'I feel sorry for the athletes': Olympics opening ceremony to take place in empty stadium
‘I’m ready to fight for a medal’: Sanita Puspure on her final shot at Olympic glory for Ireland
Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony director fired over old Holocaust skit
'I don’t know if there is much to look forward to' - McIlroy's mixed feelings on Olympics
Tokyo will be under state of emergency for Olympics due to rising Covid infection rates
Olympics likely to go behind closed doors amid Tokyo state of emergency
Qualifying for the Olympics was six years in the making for the Ireland 7s
Up to 10,000 fans allowed at Tokyo Olympics events, organisers reveal
Caster Semenya fails again in 5,000m Olympic qualifying bid
Plans for six Tokyo sites to livestream Olympics scrapped
Irish Olympian Barr: 'There’s no point in worrying about what you can’t control'
Jenny Egan misses out on Olympics spot in Canoe Sprint qualifier
Disappointment for Ireland's Hendrick as he just misses out on Olympic spot
Restrictions will make Tokyo the most challenging Games ever for athletes - Olympic Federation of Ireland chief
Cork native Cooke secures Olympic qualifying standard for marathon in Tokyo
Olympic torch relay banned from public roads across Japan's Osaka region
'Ray of light': Olympic torch relay begins after year's delay
Magnitude 7.2 earthquake felt in Japanese capital