The Pakistan Taekwondo Federation is hoping to send taekwondo player Haroon Khan to South Korea to train in the build-up to the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
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Matthew McElroy led an American sweep to secure his third consecutive International Triathlon World Cup victory in Santo Domingo.
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