The British Olympic Association has confirmed to Sailweb that Tokyo 2020 has allowed a late replacement policy to allow for Covid-related changes post 7 July
The Tokyo Olympic website has produced simple guides to the 33 sports (50 disciplines) featured at the Games, together with these great ‘One minute, One Sport’ videos . . . enjoy
The coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate the sailing media, with the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics and the America’s Cup never far from the headlines.
The British Sailing Team for the Tokyo Olympic Games is facing a rerun of 2020 with the latest rise in worldwide Covid-19 deaths, now at over 2 million.
The Governors of Tokyo and its three adjoining prefectures have called for a more urgent response to the recent surge in coronavirus cases.
2020 has been a challenging year for the Finn class and 2021 does not look any easier. With the delayed 2020 Olympic Games still walking a knife edge as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to disrupt the best laid plans
Japanese media is reporting that organizers of the postponed Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics are facing new challenges posed by the continuing coronavirus pandemic
The five-ring symbol is back on display in Tokyo Bay, after nearly four months of maintenance and about 810,000 tickets for the Games are to be returned
Fifty-two items have been targeted for the simplification of the rescheduled Tokyo Games in 2021 – refered to as The Tokyo Model
Tokyo 2020 Coordination Commission chair John Coates said in an interview with French media that the Tokyo Olympics will go ahead next year regardless of the coronavirus situation