The first racing for the sailing events of the 2020 Tokyo Games will get underway on Sunday 25 July and continue through to Wednesday 4 August
With a few days to go until the Tokyo Games opening ceremony, here’s how you can follow the Brits looking to bring home the Sailing medals for Team GB.
Nielsen Gracenote’s Virtual Medal Table forecats that Great Britain will finish in fifth place on total medals at Tokyo 2020, dropping from third in 2016.
The fifteen strong British Sailing Team will compete in ten events at the Tokyo Olympics, starting on the 25 July 2021. How many sailing medals can Team GB win?
The delayed 2020 Tokyo Games will open on Friday 23 July with a muted opening ceromany that will mirror what to expect from this pandemic Games
The athletes’ village for the Tokyo Games opened on Tuesday, 10 days before the opening ceremony of the Games.
The beleaguered Tokyo Games has been forced to hold the Olympic events without any fans in the stands
Japan media reports that the Japanese government is planning to declare a fourth coronavirus state of emergency for Tokyo that would include the Tokyo Olympic Games
The first group of British sailors, part of Team GB competing at the delayed Tokyo Games, left via Heathrow for Haneda airport, Tokyo, on Tuesday.
The Tokyo 2020 Games are due to take place, all being well, from 23 July 2021. With the first Support Team members now in place at the dedicated British sailing base in Hayama, the first sailing team members will start to arrive from Monday 5 July onwards
The first members of the British Sailing Team have arrived in Tokyo at Haneda airport, and are expected to stay in their host town Hayama in Kanagawa Prefecture.