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Olympics · July 25, 2021 · 7:14 PM UTCJapan enjoy golden day, Tunisian swimmer stuns superpowers
The Tokyo Olympics delivered a day of high drama on Sunday with a stunning surprise in the pool, one of the great David v Goliath cycling victories and double sibling judo gold as Japan continued their golden start.