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  • ‘Youth sports' get a shot at the Olympics
  • ‘Youth sports' get a shot at the Olympics
    Demetri Mouratis (2011) ©
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‘Youth sports' get a shot at the Olympics

A clutch of new sports have been recommended for inclusion at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Among them are surfboarding and street skateboarding, chosen as part of a package that covers "emerging, youth-focused events, which are popular both in Japan and internationally."

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