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TOKYO, Aug 2 (Reuters) - World number six women's doubles pair Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu of Indonesia won the Olympic gold medal on Monday, smashing their way to victory as raucous onlookers chanted and waved large national flags. Indonesia have never won a gold medal in women's doubles, an event China has previously excelled in. "People said, 'You're not going to make it because Indonesia doesn't have a history in women's doubles," said a sobbing Polii, 33, whose Olympic dream began two decades ago. Earlier, two South Korean teams met in a battle for the women's doubles bronze, with world number five pair Kim Soyeong and Kong Heeyong taking the honours. Slideshow: Best of August 21/26 Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Athletics - Women's 1500m - Round 1- OLS - Olympic Stadium, Tokyo, Japan - August 2, 2021.
Persons: China's Chen Qing Chen, Jia Yi, Polii, Kim Soyeong, Kong Heeyong, Lee Sohee, Shin Seungchan, Kong, Viktor Axelsen, China's Chen Long, Sifan Hassan, Lucy Nicholson, SP1EH8202TZ5J, Richa Naidu, Himani Sarkar, Ken Ferris Organizations: Sport Plaza, South, Thomson Locations: TOKYO, Indonesia, Indonesian, China, Denmark, Tokyo, Japan, Netherlands
Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Basketball - Women - Group B - France v United States - Saitama Super Arena, Saitama, Japan - August 2, 2021. France, now 1-2, will still move on to the knockout stage on Wednesday based on points differences with other third-place teams. Japan also locked a seeding in the next stage with a 102-83 win over the Nigerian women's team, who exited winless in the Group B prelims. Abetting the air raid was Rui Machida, who tied an Olympic women's basketball record with 15 assists. Slideshow: Best of August 21/26 Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Athletics - Women's 1500m - Round 1- OLS - Olympic Stadium, Tokyo, Japan - August 2, 2021.
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The U.S. National Team’s Reluctant Specialist in Drama
  + stars: | 2021-08-01 | by ( Joshua Robinson | ) www.wsj.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
TOKYO—Over and over in her career, Alyssa Naeher has shied away from the spotlight. And when you play in goal for the most dominant offensive team in women’s soccer, that’s usually easy enough. On Friday, it took her saving a dramatic penalty in the 81st minute of regulation to keep the U.S. from being knocked out by the Netherlands. Naeher then stopped two more Dutch penalties in the shootout to punch the team’s ticket to Monday’s semi against Canada. There would be splashier moments from her teammates in both tournaments, like Rose Lavelle’s charge through midfield in the World Cup final, or game-winning penalties from Megan Rapinoe in that game and again in Friday night’s shootout.
Persons: Alyssa Naeher, Naeher, Rose, Megan Rapinoe Organizations: Canada Locations: TOKYO, women’s, U.S, Netherlands, France
Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Athletics - Men's 400m - Round 1 - OLS - Olympic Stadium, Tokyo, Japan – August 1, 2021. Temperature in the Olympic Stadium during Heat 6 REUTERS/Fabrizio BenschTOKYO, Aug 1 (Reuters) - As competitors battled for the podium on the third day of Olympic athletics on Sunday, it was Tokyo's stunning heat that perhaps dished out the most pain. Punishing conditions greeted the athletes as a trackside thermometer in the open, placed about 50 metres from the finish line, touched 40 degrees Celsius (104°F) and the humidity hovered around 60%, with sun beating down on the fan-free Olympic Stadium. "All athletes are provided with water and ice and the medical team is observing them closely to make sure no-one is showing signs of heat stress," said Jeffery. 'SO GOOD'The Tokyo Games, from July 23 to Aug. 8, coincide with the year's hottest weather in Tokyo where the temperature can rise to 35 degree Celsius (95°F) or more.
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Current time in Tokyo: Aug. 02, 1:58 p.m.Live Olympics Live Updates: Gymnastics Continues; U.S. and Canada Face Off in Soccer Semifinal Jade Carey may be a highlight of the floor exercise final. The United States plays Canada in a semifinal match on Monday. Tamberi secured his gold medal minutes before his countryman Lamont Marcell Jacobs won gold in the men’s 100-meter dash. Lamont Marcell Jacobs of Italy sprinted to Olympic gold in the men’s 100-meter dash on Sunday, finishing in 9.80 seconds. Fred Kerley of the United States finished second in 9.84 seconds, and Andre De Grasse of Canada was third (9.89).
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American BMX racer Connor Fields has been moved out of intensive care after crashing during the semifinals at the Tokyo Games, USA Cycling said. Fields, 28, suffered a brain hemorrhage in the frightening crash Friday, the sport's national governing body said in a statement. Connor Fields of Team United States goes down holding his hip after a crash during the Men's BMX semifinal heat 1, run 3 on day seven of the Tokyo Olympic Games at Ariake Urban Sports Park on July 30, 2021. Francois Nel / Getty ImagesFields' father, Mike Fields, told USA Today that the results seemed positive so far. The Netherlands' Niek Kimmann won gold.
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TOKYO, July 31 (Reuters) - Britain and India on Saturday joined Spain and New Zealand in reaching the quarter-finals of the women's hockey tournament at the Tokyo Olympics, while Ireland and China crashed out. India made it through with a 4-3 triumph over South Africa in Group A, as Olympic champions Britain secured the third spot in the group thanks to a 2-0 victory over debutants Ireland. "I think we can even play a bit better ... but very happy with our performance and a great win for us." "I think we just pride ourselves ... on playing a real team game," she added. In the other quarter-finals, Spain will face Britain, Germany will play Argentina and Australia will take on India.
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The Delta Variant An internal document from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that the Delta variant is much more contagious than other known versions of the virus. number of people infected by each sick person Here are answers to some common questions about the Delta variant. Why are people worried about the Delta variant? Read moreIn the U.S., the collision of the Delta variant and low vaccination rates is raising death rates. The highly contagious Delta variant is now responsible for almost all new Covid-19 cases in the United States, and cases are rising rapidly.
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Read moreAdvertisement Continue reading the main storyHere’s what scientists know at this moment about the Delta variant. The Delta Variant An internal document from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that the Delta variant is much more contagious than other known versions of the virus. number of people infected by each sick person Here are answers to some common questions about the Delta variant. Read moreIn the U.S., the collision of the Delta variant and low vaccination rates is raising death rates. The highly contagious Delta variant is now responsible for almost all new Covid-19 cases in the United States, and cases are rising rapidly.
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Brisbane, Australia’s third largest city, finds six cases and begins a three-day lockdown. Other countries in the Asia Pacific region have also tightened restrictions in recent days in response to surges of the Delta variant. number of people infected by each sick person Here are answers to some common questions about the Delta variant. “Delta variant vaccine breakthrough cases may be as transmissible as unvaccinated cases,” the internal C.D.C. New Reported Coronavirus Cases at the Olympics So far, at least 246 people with Olympic credentials, including 26 athletes, have tested positive for the coronavirus in Japan.
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Monte dei Paschi, however, ended the test with a core capital ratio of minus 0.1% under the adverse scenario, the worst performer. This stress test will increase transparency across the industry," said Javier Garcia, a partner at consultants Oliver Wyman. ECB TESTThe European Central Bank said the stress test results showed that the euro area banking system is resilient when faced with a challenging macroeconomic scenario. Last month, U.S. banks cleared a Federal Reserve stress test and will no longer face pandemic-era restrictions on payouts. Britain's banks this week have also flagged dividends after their stress test results were announced earlier this month.
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The U.S. Women's soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the Tokyo Olympics Friday after beating European champions the Netherlands on penalty kicks in a dramatic and grueling quarterfinal. A tense and topsy-turvy match went to a 30-minute extra time period tied 2-2 after U.S. goalie Alyssa Naeher saved a late Dutch penalty that would've sent the Americans home. Kiichiro Sato / APThe USWNT will now meet Canada, which beat Brazil 4-3 on penalties after a 0-0 tie in their quarter final. But they went a goal down after 19 minutes when star Dutch forward Vivianne Miedema scored from inside the box. With less than 10 minutes of the 90 remaining, the Netherlands were awarded a penalty when Kelley O'Hara fouled Lineth Beerensteyn in the penalty box.
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Mixed Relays Make Olympic Debuts in Swimming and Track
  + stars: | 2021-07-30 | by ( Timmy Huynh | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
Photo: Maddie Meyer/Getty ImagesThe first leg of the mixed 4x400m medley relay final. Photo: nic bothma/ShutterstockMixed 4x400m relay (Track & Field)The mixed relay team from the Netherlands, in a preliminary heat at the 2021 World Relays in Poland. Photo: andrzej grygiel/ShutterstockIn track, the mixed 4x400m relay was introduced at the 2017 World Relays in Nassau, in the Bahamas. In the mixed 4x400m relay, teams consist of two men and two women; most teams have women run the middle two legs. Photo: javier soriano/Agence France-Presse/Getty ImagesLynna Irby of the United States wipes a tear away after finding out the U.S. relay team was disqualified.
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YOKOHAMA, Japan—The U.S. women’s soccer team was in an extremely rare role in the Tokyo Olympic quarterfinals on Friday: underdogs. 1 Americans faced a highflying Netherlands team that had won its group with a plus-13 goal differential in three group-stage games. Goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher made two stops in the shootout, which the U.S. won 4-2, to rescue her team’s sagging Olympic medal hopes. Naeher saved the first penalty kick, by Dutch star Vivianne Miedema, and the fourth, by Aniek Nouwen. U.S. veteran Megan Rapinoe nailed the fourth U.S. penalty kick to seal the win.
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LONDON, July 30 (Reuters) - Major cryptocurrency exchange Binance said on Friday it would wind down its futures and derivatives products offerings across Europe, a move that comes after unprecedented pressure from regulators across the world. Binance users in Germany, Italy and the Netherlands will, with immediate effect, not be able to open new futures or derivatives products accounts, the exchange said in a statement on its website. (Reporting by Tom Wilson; Editing by Tom Arnold)
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Crypto exchange Binance to wind down derivatives in Europe
  + stars: | 2021-07-30 | by ( Tom Wilson | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File PhotoSummary Binance to exit derivatives in EuropeUsers in Germany, the Netherlands, Italy immediately affectedBinance has been under concerted regulatory pressureLONDON, July 30 (Reuters) - Major cryptocurrency exchange Binance said on Friday it would wind down its futures and derivatives products offerings across Europe, the latest move by the platform as pressure grows from regulators across the world. With immediate effect, Binance users in Germany, Italy and the Netherlands would be unable to open new futures or derivatives products accounts, the exchange said in a statement on its website. REGULATORY PRESSUREBinance's exit from derivatives in Europe is its latest exit from specific crypto products after growing regulatory pressure. It was not immediately clear how big Binance's derivatives business in Europe was, though UK researcher CryptoCompare said in June it was the largest derivatives exchange with volumes of $1.7 trillion, down around 30% from a month earlier. Market players said the move may contribute to wider concerns about the future of cryptocurrency derivatives trading for retail players.
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Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have surged in popularity among retail investors during the global pandemic, prompting regulators to put trading platforms under increased scrutiny even though most cryptocurrency trading is unregulated. REGULATORY PRESSUREBinance's exit from derivatives in Europe is its latest exit from a specific crypto product. read moreUK researcher CryptoCompare said in June Binance was the largest derivatives exchange globally, with volumes of $1.7 trillion, down around 30% from a month earlier. Earlier this month, the exchange stopped selling digital tokens linked to shares, after regulators cracked down on the cryptocurrency exchange platform's "stock tokens". read moreMarket players said the move may contribute to wider concerns about the future of cryptocurrency derivatives trading for retail players.
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The Ever Given, Fresh From Suez, Becomes a Tourist Attraction
  + stars: | 2021-07-30 | by ( Benoit Faucon | ) www.wsj.com + 0.83   time to read: +1 min
ROTTERDAM, Netherlands—The Ever Given, the 1,300-foot container ship that became an internet meme after getting stuck in the Suez Canal, is now facing a new type of celebrity: tourist destination. The ship tied up at a Rotterdam container terminal early Thursday, pulling into a remote, windswept pier lined with rows of rusty containers and near smoking refineries. The ship, one of the world’s biggest seagoing vessels, is also one of its best known, after it got stuck lengthwise across the Suez Canal, blocking traffic both ways on the critical choke point. On Thursday, the Port of Rotterdam jumped at the chance of being part of that global story. “Do you want to see the Ever Given with your own eyes?” the port asked on its Twitter account.
Organizations: Port Locations: ROTTERDAM, Netherlands, Suez, Rotterdam
KLM said with a majority of Europeans now fully vaccinated, countries should move quickly to harmonize regulations enabling more air travel. "In the second (quarter) we see a significant improvement. The Franco-Dutch group posted losses before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of 248 million euros ($294.57 million) for the quarter - marking a 532-million-euro improvement from heavy losses a year earlier when the pandemic had triggered global lockdowns. Air France-KLM shares rose less than 1% in early trading. For the first time since the start of the crisis, operating free cashflow after lease repayments was positive at 210 million euros.
Persons: Pieter Elbers, Elbers, Eric Gaillard Read, IAG, Steven Zaat, Tim Hepher, Anthony Deutsch, Sudip Kar, Gupta, Anil D'Silva Organizations: PARIS, Air France, KLM, Reuters, Franco, Air, Nice, REUTERS, British Airways, U.S, Thomson Locations: AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Europe, Dutch, Air France, France, Atlantic, Air, U.S
U.S. BMX racer and defending Olympic gold medalist Connor Fields was carried off the course on a stretcher after crashing Friday at the Tokyo Games. He won the gold medal at the 2016 Rio Games and also appeared in the 2012 London Games. The Netherlands' Niek Kimmann won the gold in the men's BMX racing event. BMX racing in the Olympics was introduced at the 2008 Beijing Games. Fields at Rio was the first American to win the gold in the event.
Persons: Connor Fields, Fields, Saya Sakakibara, Niek Kimmann, Kye Whyte, Carlos Alberto Ramirez Yepes Organizations: Olympic, Tokyo, Games, Great Britain Locations: Las Vegas, Netherlands, Beijing, Rio, American
Covid Live Updates: Delta Outbreak Is Testing China
  + stars: | 2021-07-30 | by ( Paul Mozur | The New York Times | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +16 min
An outbreak of the Delta variant tests China’s zero-tolerance approach to the virus. But an outbreak of the fast-spreading Delta variant could challenge China’s zero-tolerance approach toward new infections. Advertisement Continue reading the main storyThe Delta variant is a ‘serious threat’ as contagious as chickenpox, the C.D.C. The C.D.C.’s new masking guidelines, introduced on Tuesday, were based on information presented in a document about the Delta variant. Name Sport Country Germán Chiaraviglio Argentina Track and field Argentina Sam Kendricks United States Track and field United States Bruno Rosetti Italy Rowing Italy Evangelia Platanioti Greece Artistic swimming Greece Jean-Julien Rojer Netherlands Tennis Netherlands Jon Rahm Spain Golf Spain Bryson DeChambeau United States Golf United States Finn Florijn Netherlands Rowing Netherlands Jelle Geens Belgium Triathlon Belgium Simon Geschke Germany Road cycling Germany Frederico Morais Portugal Surfing Portugal Taylor Crabb United States Beach volleyball United States Reshmie Oogink Netherlands Taekwondo Netherlands Michal Schlegel Czech Republic Road cycling Czech Republic Marketa Slukova Czech Republic Beach volleyball Czech Republic Fernanda Aguirre Chile Taekwondo Chile Ilya Borodin Russian Olympic Committee Swimming Russian Olympic Committee Amber Hill Britain Shooting Britain Candy Jacobs Netherlands Skateboarding Netherlands Pavel Sirucek Czech Republic Table tennis Czech Republic Sammy Solís Mexico Baseball Mexico Sonja Vasic Serbia Basketball Serbia Hector Velazquez Mexico Baseball Mexico Kara Eaker United States Gymnastics United States Ondrej Perusic Czech Republic Beach volleyball Czech Republic Katie Lou Samuelson United States Three-on-three basketball United States Coco Gauff United States Tennis United States Kamohelo Mahlatsi South Africa Soccer South Africa Thabiso Monyane South Africa Soccer South Africa Dan Craven Namibia Road cycling Namibia Alex de Minaur Australia Tennis Australia Dan Evans Britain Tennis Britain Johanna Konta Britain Tennis Britain Milos Vasic Serbia Rowing Serbia Show all Show fewerAdvertisement Continue reading the main story
Persons: Zhangjiajie, Li You, John Moore, Biden, Jamal Brown, Scott McIntyre, Rochelle, Walensky, Sarahbeth, Hiroko Masuike, Yoshihide Suga, Argentina Sam Kendricks, United States Bruno Rosetti, Greece Jean, Julien Rojer, Julien Rojer Netherlands Tennis Netherlands Jon Rahm Spain, Bryson, Finn Florijn, Belgium Simon Geschke, Germany Frederico Morais, Taylor, United States Reshmie, Michal Schlegel, Czech Republic Marketa, Fernanda Aguirre, Ilya Borodin, Amber Hill, Candy Jacobs, Pavel Sirucek, Sammy Solís, Sammy Solís Mexico Baseball Mexico Sonja Vasic, Sammy Solís Mexico Baseball Mexico Sonja Vasic Serbia Basketball Serbia Hector Velazquez, Baseball Mexico Kara, Ondrej, Katie Lou Samuelson, Coco Gauff, Dan Craven, Namibia Alex de Minaur, Tennis Australia Dan Evans, Tennis Australia Dan Evans Britain Tennis Britain Johanna Konta, Tennis Britain Milos Organizations: ., Agence France, Pfizer, Moderna, U.S . Army, Pentagon, Department of Defense, Food and Drug Administration, Employees, The New York Times, for Disease Control, The Washington, New York Times, White, New, Olympic, Paralympic Games, Games, coronavirus, Argentina, Argentina Sam Kendricks United States, United, Rowing Italy Evangelia, Julien Rojer Netherlands Tennis, Bryson DeChambeau United States Golf United, Belgium, Germany, Surfing, Taylor Crabb United, Beach, Czech Republic Beach, Fernanda Aguirre Chile, Russian, Sammy Solís Mexico Baseball Mexico, Sammy Solís Mexico Baseball Mexico Sonja Vasic Serbia Basketball Serbia, Baseball, United States Gymnastics United, Coco Gauff United States Tennis, South Africa Soccer, South Africa Soccer South Africa, Tennis Australia, Tennis Australia Dan Evans Britain Tennis Britain, Tennis Britain, Tennis Britain Milos Vasic, Tennis Britain Milos Vasic Serbia Rowing Serbia Locations: China, Nanjing, Beijing, Russia, Jiangsu Province, Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, Changsha, Sichuan Province, Chengdu, Shenyang, Turkish, Syria, Miami Beach, Fla, United States, New Mexico , Ohio, Colorado, New York City, Japan, Tokyo, Argentina, Greece, Julien Rojer Netherlands, Julien Rojer Netherlands Tennis Netherlands, Finn Florijn Netherlands, Netherlands, Belgium, Belgium Simon Geschke Germany, Czech Republic, Czech, Ilya Borodin Russian, Sammy Solís Mexico, Sammy Solís Mexico Baseball Mexico Sonja Vasic Serbia, Baseball Mexico, Coco Gauff United States Tennis United, South Africa Soccer South, Dan Craven Namibia, Namibia, Tennis Australia Dan Evans Britain, Tennis Britain Milos Vasic Serbia
Olympic Soccer Live: U.S. Women’s Team vs. Netherlands
  + stars: | 2021-07-30 | by ( Andrew Das | Andrew Keh | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.59   time to read: +2 min
The United States was still talking about tactics on the day before it played the Netherlands. There was much grumbling, inside and outside the team, over Coach Vlatko Andonovski’s decision to employ a more defensive, more conservative game plan in the Americans’ third group game against Australia. “It’s not easy, and sometimes we have to sacrifice some of the things we believe or have worked on to execute the game plan,” Andonovski said. “The tactics that we’ve been given is obviously what we need to execute,” defender Crystal Dunn said. “We know what type of team we are,” Press said.
Persons: Vlatko, Andonovski, , ” Andonovski, Alex Morgan, Vlatko ”, Becky Sauerbrunn, Crystal Dunn, Dunn, it’s, ” “, Organizations: Australia, U.S ., Christen Press, ” Press Locations: States, Netherlands
What the Dutch can teach the world about flood preparedness
  + stars: | 2021-07-30 | by ( Sam Meredith | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +8 min
Flood experts told CNBC that while there are several reasons that make it difficult to directly compare the destruction seen in the Netherlands with other countries in western Europe, decades of investment into flood preparedness certainly helped to limit the damage. "I don't want to compare [to other countries], but if I look at the Netherlands, our efforts helped and worked. It prompted the construction of the Delta Works, the world's largest flood protection system, in the southwestern part of the country. "For other countries, too, creating more space for the water is essential because the bigger the river, ultimately the bigger the catastrophe if that river floods. "I would say those are two fields in which all three countries in this case can still improve on," Veerbeek said.
Persons: ROB ENGELAAR, Netherlands —, Flood, Elke Wissmann, Sascha Schuermann, Henk Ovink, Ovink, William Veerbeek, there's, Veerbeek, SEBASTIEN BOZON Organizations: Society for Preservation, AFP, Getty, CNBC, Delta Works, IHE Delft, Water, Water Education Locations: Netherlands, Meers, Europe, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, GERMANY, Bad, Ahrweiler, Paris, Blessem, Erftstadt, China, Siberia, North America
Hot favourite Cheptegei left it way too late to chase him down and only just caught 20-year-old compatriot Jacob Kiplimo on the line to take silver. The heavily-fancied United States team won their heat comfortably but were disqualified for exchanging the baton outside the box, as several teams seemed confused by the track markings. The women's shot put qualification saw three Chinese athletes qualify for Sunday's final, with double world champion Gong Lijiao topping the list on 19.46 metres. Earlier in the day, the women 100 metres sprinters opened the programme with some unexpectedly rapid heat times. Reporting by Mitch Phillips, Sudipto Ganguly and Omar Mohammed; Editing by Peter Rutherford and Ed OsmondOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Selemon Barega, Joshua Cheptegei, Jacob Kiplimo, Sifan Hassan, Yulimar Rojas, Gong Lijiao, Elaine Thompson, Herah, Shelly Anne Fraser, Pryce, Fraser, Marie, Josee, Lou, Mitch Phillips, Sudipto Ganguly, Omar Mohammed, Peter Rutherford, Ed Osmond Organizations: U.S, Hassan, United States, Saturday's, Triple, Ivory, Thomson Locations: TOKYO, U.S, Nigeria, Nigerian, Poland, Netherlands, Jamaica, Britain, Venezuela, Ivory Coast
Soccer-U.S. women advance to semis with shootout win over Netherlands
  + stars: | 2021-07-30 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Soccer Football - Women - Quarterfinal - Netherlands v United States - International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan - July 30, 2021. Rose Lavelle of the United States celebrates winning the penalty shootout with teammates. REUTERS/Christian HartmannTOKYO, July 30 (Reuters) - The United States reached the Olympic women's soccer semi-finals as Alyssa Naeher saved two Netherlands penalties in a 4-2 shootout win on Friday, while Australia stunned Britain. Canada needed goalkeeper heroics of their own to reach the semi-finals for the third consecutive Games as Stephanie Labbe stopped two Brazilian spot kicks en route a 4-3 shootout win. Reporting by Hardik Vyas in Bengaluru; Editing by Toby Davis and Ken FerrisOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Rose Lavelle, Christian Hartmann TOKYO, Alyssa Naeher, Vivianne Miedema, Aniek Nouwen, Naeher, Megan Rapinoe, Miedema, Kelley O'Hara, Lieke Martens, Stephanie Labbe, Christine Sinclair's, Barbara, Labbe, Sam Kerr, Ellen White, Caroline Weir, Teagan Micah, Mary Fowler's, Kerr, Magdalena Eriksson, Stina, Kosovare Asllani, Hardik Vyas, Toby Davis, Ken Ferris Organizations: Soccer, United States, International, Yokohama, United, Britain, Canada, Arsenal, Games, Naeher, Miyagi, Japan, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Netherlands, United, Yokohama, Japan, United States, Australia, Canada, Brazil, Britain, Sweden, Saitama, Bengaluru
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