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  1. Italian Middle Distance Ace Paolo Pigni. Age 75. Winner of the bronze medal at 1,500 meters at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. Italian middle distance great Pigni dies | World Athletics
  2. Vietnam to postpone SEA Games until next year: Report Vietnam plans to postpone this year's Southeast Asian Games, state media said on Wednesday (Jun 9), as the country grapples with a new virus outbreak. "The Vietnam Olympics Committee, the host for SEA Games 31, has sent a letter to countries informing them of its proposal to postpone SEA Games 31 to July 2022 due to the complicated situation of the COVID-19 pandemic," according to Phap Luat Online. The SEA Games Council, based in Bangkok, will meet on Wednesday to make a decision, it added. Vietnam to postpone SEA Games until next year: Report - CNA
  3. Swiss seek full transparency after losing spot in mixed medley relay Swiss Seek "Full Transparency" After Losing Olympic Spot In Mixed Medley Relay
  4. A historic day for Philippine sports. Yuka Saso wins the US Women's Open. She becomes the first player from the Philippines to win a golf major. Yuka Saso birdies third playoff hole, becomes second teen to win U.S. Women's Open
  5. Rick Mitchell – 1980 Olympics 400 meters silver medallist, Commonwealth and National Champion. 66 years old. News | Athletics Australia
  6. Murray Dowey, the last surviving member of the Canadian ice hockey team which won the gold medal at the 1948 Winter Olympic Games in St Moritz, has died at the age of 95. Canadian ice hockey legend Dowey dies age 95
  7. No problem. For a while there, I thought the women were now running faster times in the event than our national record in the steeplechase.
  8. Her time in the race is 9:26.73. Live Track & Field Results | Athletic Timing
  9. Cuban Baseball Federation President and Olympic gold medal-winning manager Higinio Velez dies from COVID-19 He was the manager of the Cuban baseball team that won the gold medal at the 2004 Olympics Cuban Baseball Federation President, Athens 2004 manager Velez dies of COVID-19
  10. Tenpin bowler Catherine Che Kuk-hung, the first athlete to win a gold medal for Hong Kong at the Asian Games, has died aged 69. Tenpin bowler who won Hong Kong’s first Asian Games gold in 1986 dies
  11. Ravindra Pal Singh and Maharaj Krishan Kaushik, members of the last Indian hockey team to win gold at the 1980 Olympic Games, died on the same day from COVID-19. Two Indian Olympic hockey gold medallists die from COVID-19 on same day
  12. Tamara Press. Soviet Union. Three-time Olympic champion 1960-64. Age 83. Tamara Press, three-time Olympic champion subject to gender hearsay, dies age 83
  13. Philippines rower Cris Nievarez qualifies for the men's single sculls at Tokyo 2020. He placed 9th in the single sculls at the Asia Oceania Continental Qualification regatta. PH rowing's Cris Nievarez qualifies for Tokyo 2020 Olympics
  14. Munich Olympics top basketball scorer Masatomo Taniguchi dies at 75 Munich Olympics top basketball scorer Masatomo Taniguchi dies at 75 | The Japan Times
  15. Australia's 1960 Olympic Champion John Konrads dies at 78 Australia's 1960 Olympic Champ John Konrads Dies At 78
  16. From the BBC just now: All 6 Premier League teams to withdraw from the Super League
  17. From the BBC a few minutes ago: Chelsea and Manchester City preparing to withdraw from the Super League
  18. The sporting calendar for 2022 just got more crowded
  19. Bibian Mentel-Spee dies after cancer battle Three-time Paralympic snowboarding champion Bibian Mentel-Spee has died aged 48 after battling cancer for more than 20 years. She won gold at Sochi 2014, where para-snowboarding made its Games debut, before claiming two titles at Pyeongchang 2018. Bibian Mentel-Spee dies after cancer battle - BBC Sport
  20. Former snowboard world champion Julie Pomagalski dies in avalanche Snowboarder Julie Pomagalski, who won the women's snowboard cross world title in 1999, has died at the age of 40 after being caught in an avalanche in Switzerland. Pomagalski was a two-time Olympian, competing at Salt Lake City 2002 and Turin 2006 in parallel giant slalom, finishing sixth on both occasions. The French athlete was also the Snowboard Cross World Cup runner-up in 2004, five years on from winning the world title in Berchtesgaden in Germany. She later claimed silver at the World Championships in parallel giant slalom in 2003. Former snowboard world champion Pomagalski dies in avalanche
  21. World and Olympic judo champion Toshihiko Koga dies aged 53 Tokyo 2020 President Seiko Hashimoto has led the tributes to her former team mate and Olympic judo gold medallist Toshihiko Koga who has died from cancer at the age of 53. In 1992 Koga was the reigning world lightweight - under-71 kilograms - champion and a firm favourite for gold but had injured his knee in a training bout before the Barcelona Olympics. He overcame the injury to defeat Hungarian Bertalan Hajtós in the gold-medal bout. Koga retired after the Games but returned to compete in Atlanta at the centennial Games where he won under-78kg silver. World and Olympic judo champion Koga dies aged 53
  22. Centro Caribe Sports to award 2022 Central American and Caribbean Games next month Centro Caribe Sports is set to announce the replacement for Panama as the host of the 2022 Central American and Caribbean Games at the end of next month. The organisation's President Luis Mejía Oviedo revealed the timeline following a two-day inspection by its Future Venues Commission of Mayagüez in Puerto Rico, one of the two candidates in the running to stage the Games. El Salvador's capital San Salvador is also bidding to stage the 2022 Games after Panama withdrew as hosts last July due to the financial constraints caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Centro Caribe Sports to award 2022 Central American and Caribbean Games in April
  23. Olympic bronze medallist and former JOC vice-president Kiyoko Ono dies from COVID-19 Kiyoko Ono, a former vice-president of the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) and gymnast who won bronze at Tokyo 1964, has died from coronavirus. She received treatment for the infection only for her situation to worsen and passed away on March 13 at the age of 85. Born in Iwanuma in 1936, Ono represented her country in gymnastics at the Olympic Games in 1960 and 1964 and gave birth to her first two children in between those appearances. Ono was part of the Japanese women’s gymnastics team that claimed a bronze medal at Tokyo 1964. Her husband Takashi Ono is considered one of Japan’s all-time great gymnasts having achieved five gold, four silver and four bronze medals at the Olympics. The 89-year-old appeared in four Olympics between 1952 and 1964. Olympic bronze medallist and former JOC vice-president dies from COVID-19
  24. Mark Pavelich, 'Miracle on Ice' team star, found dead at treatment center aged 63 Mark Pavelich, the speedy center from the Iron Range who played on the ‘Miracle on Ice’ Olympic hockey team, has died at a treatment center for mental illness. He was 63. Pavelich assisted on Mike Eruzione’s winning goal against the heavily favored Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympics. He sold his gold medal for more than $250,000 in 2014, two years after wife Kara died in an accidental fall. Mark Pavelich, 'Miracle on Ice' team star, found dead at treatment center aged 63 | USA Olympic team | The Guardian
  25. Ex-USA Gymnastics coach John Geddert found dead after being charged with human trafficking and sex crimes. John Geddert, who coached the 2012 US Olympic women's gymnastics team, was found dead Thursday after being charged with 24 felonies in connection with the abuse of young gymnasts, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Thursday. John Geddert, who had ties to Larry Nassar, found dead after being charged with human trafficking and sex crimes, officials say - CNN
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