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World Cup: Japan

Travel › Japanese tourists flock to Brighton home of 2015 World Cup glory

Brighton's Amex Stadium where Japan caused the greatest upset in World Cup history with a 34-32 win over two-time world champions South Africa in 2015 has become a magnet for many Japanese tourists...
Japan Today

Cox extends skiing World Cup-winning lead

After claiming the World Cup title a day earlier, Australian mogul skier Britt Cox has increased her lead in the rankings in Japan.
SBS

Videos for World Cup: Japan

News video: Rio's Maracaña Stadium Owes Nearly $1 Million in Power Bills

Rio's Maracaña Stadium Owes Nearly $1 Million in Power Bills 01:06

Maracaña Stadium was short nearly $1 million on its power bill.
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News video: Leo Messi & Luis Suarez shoot down drones on Japanese TV

Leo Messi & Luis Suarez shoot down drones on Japanese TV 06:47

Leo Messi & Luis Suarez shoot down drones on Japanese TV Leo Messi & Luis Suarez shoot down drones An excellent new segment was aired on Japanese TV this weekend featuring FC Barcelona stars..
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News video: Ronaldo hails 'perfect year' after Club World Cup win

Ronaldo hails 'perfect year' after Club World Cup win 00:42

Cristiano Ronaldo smashes a hat-trick as Real Madrid survive a colossal scare to beat Japan's Kashima Antlers 4-2 and lift the Club World Cup.
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News video: Real Madrid can't underestimate Kashima Antlers - Zidane

Real Madrid can't underestimate Kashima Antlers - Zidane 00:52

Zinedine Zidane says his players have to be fully prepared in order to beat Kashima Antlers in Sunday's FIFA Club World Cup final.
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News video: Real Madrid can't underestimate Kashima Antlers - Zidane

Real Madrid can't underestimate Kashima Antlers - Zidane 00:52

Zinedine Zidane says his players have to be fully prepared in order to beat Kashima Antlers in Sunday's FIFA Club World Cup final.
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Sports › Takanashi clinches World Cup ski jumping title

Sara Takanashi of Japan clinched her fourth World Cup ski jumping overall series title on Wednesday with a second-place finish in a test event at Pyeongchang, site of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Yuki Ito..
Japan Today Also reported by •New Zealand Herald

Sir Clive Woodward tips England to win 2019 World Cup

Former England coach Sir Clive Woodward is convinced Eddie Jones can lead the Red Rose to World Cup glory in Japan in 2019..
Sport.co.uk

Francois Hamelin wins bronze in 500 metres at World Cup short-track event

*By The Canadian Press* MINSK, Belarus — Canada's Francois Hamelin earned his first medal of the season, a bronze in the men's 500 metres on Sunday at the final World Cup stage of the..
CJME

Sports › Watabe wins Nordic combined World Cup event

Akito Watabe of Japan won his first title in two years at a World Cup individual Nordic combined event on Saturday. Watabe, who was runner-up on Friday, overcame a 25-second deficit in the 10-kilometer..
Japan Today Also reported by •New Zealand Herald

Ski jumping: Prevc and Kot share first place in Sapporo

Defending overall world cup champion Peter Prevc and Maciej Kot tied for first place at a ski jumping World Cup competition in Sapporo, Japan on Saturday.
euronews

Sports › Kircheisen edges Watabe to win Nordic Combined event in Japan

Bjorn Kircheisen of Germany edged local favorite Akito Watabe to win a Nordic combined World Cup event on Friday. Kircheisen had jumps of 132.5 meters for 125.3 points to finish fourth in the jumping..
Japan Today Also reported by •New Zealand Herald

World Cup ski jumping from Japan

Watch Canada's Mackenzie Boyd Clowes and the rest of the world's best ski jumpers compete in Sapporo, Japan.
CBC.ca

Nordic combined World Cup from Japan

Watch as the world's best nordic combined athletes compete at the World Cup stop in Sapporo, Japan.
CBC.ca

Sports › Takanashi nears ski jumping World Cup record with 52nd win

Sara Takanashi of Japan won her second ski jumping World Cup competition in two days on Sunday to close in on the overall record for most World Cup wins. Her 52nd career victory left Takanashi one..
Japan Today Also reported by •New Zealand HeraldCNSNews.com

Sports › Takanashi wins for 7th time this season and 51st overall

Sara Takanashi won a women's ski jumping World Cup meet on Saturday for her seventh victory of the season and 51st overall. Takanashi, the defending overall World Cup champion from Japan, had jumps of..
Japan Today

Takanashi win's ski jumping World Cup meet for 51th victory

HINZENBACH, Austria (AP) " Sara Takanashi won a women's ski jumping World Cup meet on Saturday for her seventh victory of the season and 51st overall.Takanashi, the defending overall World Cup champion..
New Zealand Herald

Okano, Japan's organizer of 2002 World Cup, dies at 85

TOKYO (AP) " The soccer official who led Japan's organizing committee of the 2002 World Cup has died. Shun-Ichiro Okano was 85.Japan's soccer federation announced on Friday that Okano died from lung..
New Zealand Herald


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