Closer to Olympic Games – Friday, 23 July 2021 – Sunday, 8 August
Tokyo 2020 will open July 23 with security and safety a priority. There will be no taboo for any participant. The International Olympic Committee (IOC), confirmed the opening ceremony goes ahead supported by the National Olympic Committees and the Japanese Government.
Athletes as training within their own bubbles because of the pandemic. But health and safety are a priority for the Tokyo 2020 Games.
This is the last Olympics for the President of the IOC. Thomas Bach retires at the end of Tokyo. But before he goes he is determined the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo will be a massive success. Bach says the first priority is a safe and secure Games.
Let’s hope that by the time the next Games come around the pandemic is under control.
Video courtesy IOC
Will you be going to the Olympics? Are you a sports fan? Is it right to go ahead with the Games? Remember to take care and stay safe.
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