Some are hopeful sport can bring peace to the region.
It is unclear if anyone other than the South Korean team and support staff would be able to go to Pyongyang.
Fans encouraged to arrive at stadium as early as possible.
The American tries to keep a clear head going into all her finals.
Fans advised to not travel to Kamaishi or the venue.
Iran treat 3,500 female fans who came to stadium to a 14-0 goalfest.
Sixth premier class title on Sunday sees Spaniard surpass Australian great Mick Doohan.
The protest comes ahead of planned disruption to 60 cities around the world.
Sifan Hassan declares she believes in a clean sport and has never taken any illegal substance.
Jamaica took gold with a time of 41.44s.
Noah Lyles is excited to have finally broken the US’ relay curse.
Hup Wei could only register a best jump of 2.27m in the final.
This is the second time the American has broken the world record this year.
Salwa Eid Naser thanks Shaunae Miller-Uibo for pushing her to be the best.
The Norwegian felt like his heart was going to stop in the tough race.
The colourful 32-year-old is elated to seal gold after having her child in 2017.
Portuguese veteran coped by using a lot of ice and drinking cold water.
This win completes a flawless campaign for the indoor 60m world record holder.
The high number of dropouts, however, is likely to renew debate about safety for marathon runners and endurance athletes competing in Doha.
The 23-year-old American let his sprinting do the talking as he is the only person to dip below 10s in the heat.
The Welsh were rampant in the first half which gave them a 29-0 lead at halftime.
Gianni Infantino says he originally came up with the idea in 2017 and the plan received positive feedback from football officials across the world.
World Cleanup Day is an initiative that has got millions into the streets and cleaning up litter across the globe.
Geoffrey Kamworor says breaking the record is very emotional for him.