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Tokyo Olympics: how athletes are using ice vests, parasols and slushie machines to cope at the hottest Games ever

By Mike Tipton, Professor of Human and Applied Physiology, University of Portsmouth
Jo Corbett, Reader in Environmental Physiology, University of Portsmouth
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Heat endurance specialists have warned for years that temperatures at Tokyo 2020 events would be extreme. Should future Summer Olympics become the Autumn Games?

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