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Rajoub was banned from FIFA games for inciting violence and hatred against soccer superstar Lionel Messi, and Erdan called on the IOC to take similar action.
British opposition leader denies report that he honored the memory of PLO operative Atef Bseiso, who was involved in the murder of the Israeli Olympic athletes in Germany.
Recent comments by the Egyptian foreign minister displaying an understanding of Israel’s security doctrine are yet another sign of warming ties between the countries.
Day Two uses athletes' fecal samples to help design their ideal training diets.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
While the artificial limb was printed in San Francisco, Autodesk’s Israel R&D center played a major role in its creation.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
With the recent culmination of the Rio Olympics, it's time to evaluate the sports venues and resources in Jerusalem and Israel’s other major cities.
By SARAH STONE
From using footwear to cutting down marathon running time to under two hours to using math to improve triple jumps, Olympics Sports Research Center focuses on winning.
Israeli swimmers pose by the pool in Abu Dhabi after arriving this week for the 2019 Special Olympics World Games
By JOSHUA HALICKMAN
"The cooperation between the Israeli Olympic Committee and the Technion is exceptional and very promising," said Technion President Professor Peretz Lavie.
By TAMAR BEERI
It turned out to be a perfect match, and just two days after having reached out, Raice was driving up to Lake Placid to compete.
Jerusalem-based female skaters shake things up and tip the scales in the rhetoric for gender equality
By ZACHARY KEYSER
Anastasia Gorbenko swum into first place in the Youth Olympic Games, held in Buenos Aires, defeating swimmers up to three years older than her.
19-year-old rhythmic gymnast star Linoy Ashram wins second silver medal, is an Olympic gold in the future?
By HAGAY HACOHEN
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