Among the things to be reviewed are the number of officials scheduled to be present at Tokyo 2020, welcoming ceremonies for athletes and various costs at venues, athletes' villages, training facilities and the international press centre.
Tokyo Olympics 2020 organisers, IOC dismiss Oxford study showing next year's Games will be costliest ever since 1960
According to the Oxford numbers, Tokyo’s spending is at $15.84 billion, already surpassing the 2012 London Olympics, which were the most expensive Summer Games to date at $14.95 billion. Tokyo organisers say officially they are spending $12.6 billion.
"We have to go forward with the Games next summer by all means," Tokyo's governor Yuriko Koike said.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Japan's Rikako Ikee returns to competitive swimming after year-long leukemia treatment
Rikako Ikee is not expected to try to qualify for the delayed Tokyo Olympics in 2021 but could target the 2024 edition in Paris.
Why is an archer's drawing hand more muscular than other? How many arrows does an archer shoot in a day? What is an anchor point, and why is it crucial? India's top recurve archer, Atanu Das, answers all that and more in Firstpost Masterclass
The Olympic flame, which arrived in Japan for the nationwide relay in March, will be available for public viewing from 1 September to 1 November at Tokyo's Olympic museum, officials said.
Tokyo Olympics 2020 postponement leaves ticket buyers in big quandary, problems multiply for non-Japan residents
Tokyo organisers say at least 70% of 7.8 million tickets were set aside for buyers in Japan.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Bajrang Punia, Vikas Krishan staying focused on goal despite coronavirus forcing longest-ever off-season
Despite the coronavirus pandemic disrupting their preparations for the Olympics and imposing upon them their longest off-seasons, Bajrang Punia and Vikas Krishan, two of India's biggest hopes for a medal at Tokyo 2020 are upbeat.
As pools remain closed, Paralympic swimmer Suyash Jadhav keeps Tokyo 2020 dreams afloat by training in pond
With the coronavirus pandemic disrupting routines like nothing else before, swimmers like Suyash Jadhav have had to come up with creative, quick-fix solutions.
Japan has reported just over 1,000 deaths from COVID-19. Like the country, Tokyo has been largely spared, though new cases have been rising for the last few weeks.
Heat and humidity were such grave concerns that IOC pressured Tokyo 2020 organisers to move the marathons and race walks to the northern city of Sapporo, which is 800 kilometers (500 miles) north of Tokyo
In a message on the occasion to mark exactly one year before the Olympics, the IOA wished the athletes and officials world over, and the Tokyo organisers a successful Games next year.
Since the postponement of Olympics in late March, all 42 venues for the Games have been secured and the competition schedule announced, with the opening ceremony set to take place at the 156.9 billion yen ($1.44 billion) National Stadium on 23 July.
The Olympics in Tokyo were originally scheduled to be held in July-August 2020, but were deferred by a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
IOC postpones 2022 Dakar Youth Olympics by four years, scotches India’s dreams of hosting 2026 Games
IOC president Thomas Bach said they remained fully committed to hosting the Olympics in Tokyo in 2021 and that keeping the Games behind closed doors is something IOC does not want.
Tokyo Olympics 2020 facing skepticism in Japan as host city sees single-day record of COVID-19 infections
The IOC and local organisers have ruled out another postponement to the Tokyo Olympics and say they will be cancelled if they don't happen in 2021.
Roger Federer has won 20 Grand Slam singles titles, but has never won an Olympic gold medal in singles.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Local sponsors to chip in with $3.3 billion as organisers look to re-evaluate costs
With the Games delayed for a year, sponsors will be asked to sign up again. Tokyo spokesman Masa Takaya said talks would begin next month.
A review of Olympic sports bodies published on Tuesday found none had equal representation of women on their ruling boards.
Niccolo Campriani finds new meaning in life after retirement with project helping refugee shooters qualify for Tokyo 2020
Niccolo Campriani’s project is not just about training refugee shooters for Tokyo 2020. It’s also about helping them discover a new identity and sending a message to other athletes that life goes on beyond a sporting career.