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Olympic athletes get creative to stay in top form for 2021 games

CBS News Saturday, 8 August 2020
If not for the coronavirus pandemic, August 2020 would be seeing the closing ceremony of the Olympic games in Tokyo, Japan. The games have been postponed until summer 2021. Nancy Chen speaks to Olympic athletes about the creative ways they are pushing their limits and staying in top form for the delayed event.
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