The 2020 Tokyo Olympics will now officially start on 23 July 2021.The International Olympic Committee and Japanese organizers settled on that date a week after the Games were postponed because of the global coronavirus pandemic.
With the world paralyzed by the coronavirus, are doping cheats going undetected? Germany’s national anti-doping agency, NADA, admits it has been unable to test due to COVID-19, but insists that dopers will be caught.
The head of the Tokyo Olympics organizing committee said the Games would be "scrapped" rather than delayed a further year to 2022. With stadiums built and tickets sold, who will pay the price if that happens?
The International Olympic Committee (IOC), has confirmed that the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo have been postponed for a year after IOC President Thomas Bach agreed to a request from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Israeli athletes often face boycotts due to their nationality. While the phenomenon isn’t expected to disappear anytime soon, international judo has shown that progress is possible.
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