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This photo provided by the Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne shows Sophie Hernandez competing at a test event in Ankara, Turkey on June 28, 2022. As it stands now, modern pentathlon — a sport in the Olympics for more than 100 years — would be off the program in its current form after the 2024 Paris Games. “Changes are not something we like. But we can adapt to it," modern pentathlete Sophie Hernandez of Guatemala said. “We have to move forward. Because we don’t want to lose the Olympics.”(Augustas Didzgalvis/UIPM via AP)

Olympic pentathlon eyes 'Ninja Warrior' courses for survival

The path to saving modern pentathlon from Olympic removal may just be filled with obstacles. As in, ring swings, rope mazes, balance beams and warped walls.

Saudi Arabia to host Asian Winter Games in new ski resort

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — Saudi Arabia will host the Asian Winter Games in 2029 in mountains near the $500 bil

Kadokawa Corp. Chairman Tsuguhiko Kadokawa speaks to reporters in Tokyo on Sept. 5, 2022. Kadokawa was charged Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022 with bribing a former Tokyo Olympics organizing committee member. (Kyodo News via AP)

Publishing executive charged in Tokyo Olympic bribes scandal

TOKYO (AP) — A top executive at a major Japanese publisher was charged Tuesday with bribing a former Tokyo Olympics organizing committee member.

FILE - A woman passes by the Olympic rings at the City Hall in Paris, Monday, July 25, 2022. Paris Olympic organizers appointed prize-winning French theater director Thomas Jolly on Wednesday Sept. 21, 2022 to direct the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2024 Games and Paralympics. (AP Photo/Lewis Joly, File)

French NOC boss starts lawsuit over 'psychological violence'

PARIS (AP) — Turmoil at the French Olympic Committee is casting yet another shadow on French sports in the buildup to the Paris Olympics.