Tokyo Olympics 2020: With Games being postponed due to coronavirus pandemic, countless questions remain
With Tokyo Olympics 2020 being postponed due to coronavirus pandemic, countless questions remain
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Rescheduled Games may be held before summer of 2021, says IOC chief Thomas Bach
IOC chief Thomas Bach said on Wednesday that the rescheduled Tokyo Games faced “thousands” of logistical and financial problems and could go ahead before summer 2021.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: World Athletics ready to change dates for 2021 worlds to accommodate postponed Games
“World Athletics has already been in discussion with the Oregon 21 Organising Committee regarding the possibility the Olympic Games may move to next year,” athletics’ governing body said in a statement.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: IOC President Thomas Bach says world body considering various scenarios but not cancellation
An IOC task force, which included the World Health Organization (WHO), had determined it was too early to make a decision on how to manage the impact from the pandemic on the Olympics
Coronavirus pandemic: Moving Tokyo Olympics 2020 possible, too soon to decide on cancellation, says World Athletics chief Sebastian Coe
Most of world sport has come to a standstill due to the coronavirus pandemic but the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has remained committed to staging the Tokyo Games as planned
Tokyo Olympics 2020: With Japan reeling due to coronavirus outbreak, what next for the Summer Games?
The spreading virus from China has been reported in more than 60 countries and puts the Tokyo Olympics at risk. The Olympics are to open on 24 July — less than five months away. The Paralympics follow on 25 August.
Tokyo Olympics 2020's fate in face of threat from coronavirus rests in hands of IOC President Thomas Bach
Having pumped more than $12 billion over nearly a decade into preparing for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Japan’s dream is at risk from the coronavirus — and one man may have the final say: Thomas Bach.