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11:25

LifeStyle

Olympic wine games

A. J. LINN

...cricket are proposed for Tokyo 2020, and, bizarre as it may seem, so is chess, trampoline, hula-hoop, pogo stick and pole dancing. The conclusion is that almost anything goes, so why not wine tasting? Last month's international competition organised by

12:14

What to do

Showcasing local produce

SUR

...cookery expert and finalist in the World Sushi Cup in Tokyo 2016. The last day of the festival will be celebrated with live concerts. Visitors who purchase products during the event will be entered into various raffles for hampers and gift packs from

12:34

Sport

Spain embarks on a year of challenges in all sports - not just football

ENRIC GARDINER

Nadal hoping to win his 11th title. June The football World Cup starts in a month when a new 3x3 basketball world championship also begins. This will be included as an Olympic sport for the first time in the next Games in Tokyo in 2020. July ... will be hosting the European Waterpolo Championships for men and women, and at the end of the month no fewer than four world championships will take place: rugby 7, women's grass hockey, Olympic sailing (a classificatory for the Games inTokyo) and

17:22

Opinion

Michelins are different

ANDREW J. LINN

...a start. The Japanese version has almost nothing in common with any European equivalent. Against the 70 Michelin-starred establishments in Paris and the 20 in Madrid, Tokyo has 234. Does this signify there are more good chefs in Tokyo than in Paris?

15:00

Sport

Duane is smiling again

ENRIQUE MIRANDA

...although after 20 years spending time in a swimming pool every day I can't say I'm that keen,” she says. "I can't see myself in Tokyo in 2020" Duane da Rocha has competed as a professional in two Olympic Games, something which few people achieve in ... ruling it out, but I need to see how I feel,” she says. “I can't picture myself planning to be in Tokyo in 2020, because right now I'm starting to think about retirement. If I really thought I was able to do it I would try, though, that's for certain,”

14:04

LifeStyle

Javier Calleja, sought-after by collectors

Antonio Javier López

(Regensburg) and Nanzuka (Tokyo and Hong Kong). “You can't just assume that there will be a waiting list. I'm cautious. I've always said you have to know where you are, and where you are not. One thing is my artistic work, and another is the work I put on the

15:13

Sport

Natalia de Miguel's Olympic dream

MARINA RIVAS

...for the World Championships in Bulgaria in September. They will not count towards Tokyo 2020, but next year's will as the seven best boats will go through. There's not much time, and Natalia knows she has a difficult task ahead of her, but she is

15:19

Sport

Minori, Malaga's first Japanese player

ENRIQUE MIRANDA

...and white stripes. CHIBA MINORI uDate of birth. 6 September 1991, Tokyo (Japan). uHeight and weight. 1.58 metres and 51 kilogrammes. uPosition. Defender. uCareer. After playing for Waseda University and winning the Japanese league with Urawa

14:35

Sport

"My gold medal will help others in this sport and interest more people in judo"

AMADOR GÓMEZ

...a line of organic cotton clothing. Nevertheless, nothing will deter him from training for the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2020. Why did you decide to take Spanish nationality? My parents decided to move to Madrid when I was 13. They wanted a ... Tokyo. I think I made the right decision, the most honest one. Why did you choose Quino Ruiz's club (world silver medallist 2001) in Brunete? When I arrived in Madrid a friend of my father asked about clubs to find out which was the best. They told ... psychologically? The mind is the most important thing. You need a strong head to overcome the obstacles, although you shouldn't see them as obstacles but as something positive, because you are number one and you have to live up to that. A gold medal in Tokyo

15:37

Sport

The unstoppable Damián Quintero fights for his first solo gold medal

MARINA RIVAS

...miss; he is currently ranked second in the world and seventh in the classification for the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020. Hoping for his first solo gold at this international event, his challenge will not only be to win the medal, but to do everything ... anything away so far, and doesn't intend to. 'All or nothing' will be his attitude when he comes face to face with the number one in the world, who is also in the classification for Tokyo, the Japanese Ryo Kiyuna, who snatched the leadership of the ranking