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Barbie goes for gold at Tokyo 2020 Olympics

By Reuters
27 February 2020   |   8:47 am
Barbies rocking Tokyo 2020 Olympic uniforms took over Mattel's sneak peek preview of this year's New York Toy Fair on Friday. The dolls reflected the five new sports added to the Olympic program - baseball/softball, sport climbing, karate, skateboarding and surfing.

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