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Archived from the original on 22 July Retrieved 22 July Archived from the original on 23 January Retrieved 8 July Archived from the original on 22 March Archived from the original on 2 July Retrieved 13 September Indian Olympic Association president Narinder Batra and World Health Organization director and general Tedros Adhanom also remained optimistic about the event being able to take place in The disruption caused by postponing the Games is covered by the insurance policy; those likely to make claims for their financial losses include local organizers, sponsors, hospitality firms, and travel providers.
The total loss amount will not become clear until the Games have actually taken place. The Japanese government is considering easing airspace restrictions to allow an increased slot capacity at both Haneda and Narita airports.
The committee also outlined areas it would be exploring in order to maintain the health and safety of all participants.
There was criticism of the Zaha Hadid design—which was compared to a bicycle helmet and regarded as clashing with the surrounding Meiji Shrine —and widespread disapproval of the costs, even with attempts to revise and "optimize" the design.
In June , the government announced it was planning to reduce the new stadium's permanent capacity to 65, in its athletics configuration although with the option to add up to 15, temporary seats for football as a further cost-saving measure.
Changes in plans prevented the new stadium from being completed in time for the Rugby World Cup as originally intended.
Of the 33 competition venues in Tokyo, 28 are within 8 kilometers 5 miles of the Olympic Village, with eleven new venues to be constructed.
Six venues for nine sports are located within the central business area of Tokyo, northwest of the Olympic Village.
Some of these venues were originally constructed for the Summer Olympics. There are 13 venues planned for 15 sports located in the vicinity of Tokyo Bay , southeast of the Olympic Village, predominantly on Ariake , Odaiba and the surrounding artificial islands.
There are 15 venues for 16 sports are situated farther than 8 kilometers 5 miles from the Olympic Village. In December , the Japanese government chose to ban drones from flying over venues being used for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A ban was also imposed for the Rugby World Cup , which Japan also hosted. Applications for volunteering at the Olympic and Paralympic Games were accepted beginning on 26 September By 18 January , a total of , applications had been received by the Tokyo Organizing Committee.
These names were chosen from a shortlist of four from an original pairs of names; the other three shortlisted names were "Shining Blue" and "Shining Blue Tokyo", "Games Anchor" and "City Anchor", and "Games Force" and "City Force".
The names were chosen by the people who had applied to be volunteers at the Games. In February , the Tokyo Organizing Committee announced an electronics recycling program in partnership with Japan Environmental Sanitation Center and NTT Docomo , soliciting donations of electronics such as mobile phones to be reclaimed as materials for the medals.
Aiming to collect eight tonnes of metals to produce the medals for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, collection boxes were deployed at public locations and NTT Docomo retail shops in April In May , the organizing committee reported that they had obtained half the required 2, kilograms of bronze, but were struggling to obtain the required amount of silver; although bronze and silver medals purely utilize their respective materials, IOC requirements mandate that gold medals utilize silver as a base.
On 24 July , the designs of the medals were unveiled. As determined by a IOC ruling that banned international torch relays for any future Olympic Games,  the Summer Olympics torch is scheduled to only visit the two countries of Greece and the host nation Japan.
After the decision to postpone the Games was made, the torch was placed again in a special lantern on display in the city of Fukushima for a month.
After that, the lantern was transferred to the Tokyo prefecture, where it will be kept safe until the restart of the relay in On 20 August , the start of the torch relay in Japan was announced for 25 March , nearly a year after originally planned, and will still begin in Naraha, Fukushima.
The Tokyo Organizing Committee confirmed that tickets already purchased would remain valid for the same sessions according to the new schedule, and that refunds were also being offered.
IOC president Thomas Bach stated that the goal for the Tokyo Summer Olympics was to give them a more "youthful" and "urban" appeal, and to increase the number of female participants.
As part of a goal to control costs and ensure that the Olympics remain "relevant to sports fans of all generations", the IOC assessed the 26 sports contested at the Olympics,  with the remit of dropping one sport and retaining 25 "core" sports to join new entrants golf and rugby sevens at the Games.
This move would bring the total number of sports to 27, one less than the requirement of 28 for the Olympics program, thus leaving a single vacancy that the IOC would seek to fill from a shortlist containing seven unrepresented sports, as well as the sport that had been dropped from the program.
On 12 February , IOC leaders voted to drop wrestling from the "core" program for the Games; this decision surprised many news outlets, given that the sport's role in the Olympics dates back to the ancient Olympic Games , and was included in the original program for the modern Games.
The New York Times felt that the decision was based on the shortage of well-known talent and the absence of women's events in the sport.
Under new IOC policies that shift the Games to use an "event-based" program rather than a "sport-based" program, the host organizing committee can now also propose the addition of sports to the program.
This rule is designed to allow sports that are popular in the host country to be added to the program in order to improve local interest.
A total of 56 test events are scheduled to take place in the run-up to the Olympics and Paralympics. Two of the events were held in late , but the main test event schedule commenced in June , and was originally due to be completed in May prior to the start of the Olympics.
Several of the events were incorporated into pre-existing championships, but some have been newly created specifically to serve as Olympic test events for the Summer Games.
In February , it was announced that the test events would be branded under the banner "Ready, Steady, Tokyo". The Tokyo Organizing Committee is responsible for 22 of the test events, with the remaining events being arranged by national and international sports federations.
The Olympic test event schedule was interrupted on 8 March as international sporting events began to be affected by the spread of COVID The Nippon Festival was initially announced in late , and is expected to feature art and performances that are modern while being tied to Japanese culture, including a hybrid kabuki - opera production.
There are plans to provide simultaneous commentary in English and Japanese to help explain to visitors the customs and traditions of professional sumo, which are deeply rooted in the Shinto religion.
Macedonia has competed under the provisional name "Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" in every Summer and Winter Games since its debut in because of the disputed status of its official name.
The naming disputes with Greece ended in with the signing of the Prespa agreement , and the country was officially renamed North Macedonia in February As a result of the ban, WADA plans to allow individually cleared Russian athletes to take part in the Summer Olympics under a neutral banner, as instigated at the Winter Olympics, but they will not be permitted to compete in team sports.
Per the historical precedent of swimming at the Summer Olympics in Beijing and figure skating at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, swimming finals are scheduled to be held in the morning to allow live primetime broadcasts in the Americas.
The official emblems for the Olympics and Paralympics were unveiled on 25 April ; designed by Asao Tokolo, who won a nationwide design contest, it takes the form of a ring in an indigo-colored checkerboard pattern.
The design is meant to "express a refined elegance and sophistication that exemplifies Japan". While ashita literally means 'tomorrow', it is intentionally spelled as mirai 'future'.
The official mascot of the Summer Olympics is Miraitowa , a figure with blue-checkered patterns inspired by the Games' official emblem.
Its fictional characteristics include the ability to teleport. A total of 2, candidate designs were submitted to the Tokyo Organizing Committee, which selected three pairs of unnamed mascot designs to present to Japanese elementary school students for the final decision.
Miraitowa is named after the Japanese words for "future" and "eternity",  and Someity is named after someiyoshino , a type of cherry blossom.
These five traditional colors of Japan are used as sub-colors to create points of difference in the color variations.
On 10 December , the French financial crimes office began an investigation of Tsunekazu Takeda , the president of the Japanese Olympic Committee , about a scheme to obtain votes from International Olympic Committee IOC members from Africa in support of Tokyo as host for the Olympics instead of Istanbul or Madrid.
South Korea asked the International Olympic Committee to ban the Japanese Rising Sun Flag from the Summer Olympics,  because South Korea's ministry of culture, sports and tourism claims the flag is a symbol of Japan's imperialist past and recalls "historic scars and pain" for people of Korea just as the swastika "reminds Europeans of the nightmare of World War II".
South Korea did not formally object against the flag until Russian and South Korean officials took issue with a map of the torch relay on the Games' official website, which depicted the disputed Liancourt Rocks territory governed by South Korea and Kuril Islands territory governed by Russia since as part of Japan.
The Olympics torch relay was planned to begin in Fukushima ,  Olympic baseball and softball matches are scheduled to be played at Fukushima Stadium , while some football matches are planned to be played in Rifu —an outskirt of Sendai , an area impacted by the earthquake and tsunami.
Sony and Panasonic are partnering with NHK to develop broadcasting standards for 8K resolution television, with a goal to release 8K television sets in time for the Summer Olympics.
In Europe, this will be the first Summer Olympics under the IOC's exclusive pan-European rights deal with Eurosport , which began at the Winter Olympics and is contracted to run through The rights for the Summer Olympics cover almost all of Europe; a pre-existing deal with a marketer excludes Russia.
In the United Kingdom, these are set to be the last Games with rights owned primarily by the BBC , although as a condition of a sub-licensing agreement due to carry into the and Games, Eurosport holds exclusive pay television rights.
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