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Tokyo Olympic Games Have Been Postponed Because of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Tokyo Olympic Games Have Been Postponed ...

24.03.2020 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games, the launch of which was envisaged on July 24, have been moved to the summer of 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic. This is announced from the International Olympic Committee. Earlier the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe had asked IOC to postpone the Olympic Games. He had said that Tokyo would conduct the Olympic and Paralympic Games as a sign of victory over the coronavirus. “I have suggested postponing the Olympic Games for a year and the President of IOC Thomas Bach completely agreed with me”, he said. “This will allow...
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The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Ol...

The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games is the organisation responsible for ensuring the successful delivery of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020. https://tokyo2020.jp/en/
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Japan National Stadium Tokyo 2020 Olympi...

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Japanese Sport

Japanese Sport

Sport is worldwide in Japan. There is also a special day dedicated to sport and health life-style here in Japan. It is Day of Sport and Health celebrated every year on the second Monday of October. The objective of this day is propaganda of healthy life-style and propaganda of love to sport. On that day there is no everyday discipline in schools and companies. A number of large-scale competitions are held (mini Olympiads), sport trainings and other useful initiatives for health. In 2020 the summer Olympic Games will be held in Tokyo. Accordingly, sport and Japan are...
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2020 olimpic games will be held in Tokyo

2020 olimpic games will be held in Tokyo

XXI Summer Olympic Games 2020 will be held in Tokyo. This decision was adopted at the Buenos Aires International Olympic Committee’s 125th session. Istanbul, Madrid, and Tokyo were among those that expressed their wish to hold the games in their countries. So, Sindzo Abe, Mariano Rakhoye and Rajip Erdogan, the Prime Ministers of Japan, Spain, and Turkey came to support their countries. the  material is taken from  http://ostarmenia.com/hy/latest-news-arm/2020-tokio/