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The impossible dream of reaching the Olympics may become a reality for Israel’s national baseball team.
"The cooperation between the Israeli Olympic Committee and the Technion is exceptional and very promising," said Technion President Professor Peretz Lavie.
How the Israeli Olympian found his "Israel moment" while training in a picturesque town in Germany.
On Tuesday night both President Reuven Rivlin and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called Brazil to congratulate Gerbi on her bronze medal and to tell her what pride she had brought to the country.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Yakov Toumarkin became the first Israeli swimmer to advance to a semifinal on Wednesday, doing so in the 200-meter backstroke by a mere three hundredths of a second.
By ALLON SINAI
The bill would cost the state less than NIS 400,000 a year to pay the current total of seven medal winners.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Noa Bauer recounts the great moment in Rio in which she saw her friend Yarden Gerbi win a bronze medal for Israel.
By NOA BAUER
Inspiration comes in all shapes and sizes.
Israel’s judo medal winner garners praise from all corners of country after claiming 8th blue-and-white Olympic podium finish.
Muki did his best to hide the injuries during his preparations for the Olympics, but finally revealed their true extent on Monday.
All seven of Israel’s swimmers at the 2016 Games have already tasted competition, but so far none has come close to reaching a semifinal.
Yarden Gerbi claimed a bronze medal in the women's under-63 kilogram judo competition at the Rio Olympics.
Bloch was participating in his first Olympics at the age of 37, making her the oldest member of the 47 athletes on the Israel delegation.
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