Tokyo's Koike: Next year's Olympics will still be Tokyo 2020
TOKYO (Reuters) - The name of the delayed Olympics will still be Tokyo 2020, Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said on Tuesday, adding that the Games would be held by Summer 2021.Koike made the comment to reporters after she and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe spoke to the head of the International Olympic Committee, Thomas Bach. (Reporting by Ju-min Park; Writing by David Dolan; Editing by Andrew Heavens) Article type: metered Read more: The Star
Looming delay spells uncertain future for 'Tokyo 2020' merchandiseTOKYO (Reuters) - Vendors of a vast array of Tokyo 2020-themed trinkets are looking to cash in from a looming postponement of the Games, because of a global coronavirus pandemic, by marketing their items as emblems of something that never happened instead.
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Team Canada drops out from Tokyo 2020 GamesThe country will not participate this summer due to concerns over Covid-19. FMTNews Tokyo2020
USOPC welcomes Tokyo 2020 timeline decision | The Malaysian InsightIOC to decide on possible postponement in 4 weeks.
Tokyo 2020 postponement decision due in days - sourcesATHENS (Reuters) - A final decision whether to postpone this year's Tokyo Olympic Games will be taken in coming days, two sources within the Olympic movement told Reuters on Tuesday.
Tokyo 2020 postponement decision 'within days'Canada, Australia will not be sending teams, Britain is likely to follow suit. FMTNews Tokyo