Tokyo torch relay crowds may applaude but not cheer or yell

Guidelines for the 121-day long Tokyo Games torch relay, which starts on March 25, say it will prevent large crowds from gathering along the route by livestreaming the relay

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games firmly on track

World Sailing shares IOC vision for safe and successful Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games following recent  detailed briefing and Q&A sessions

Head of Tokyo Olympic organizing committee resigns

Yoshiro Mori, the embattled head of the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee has resigned after comments that meetings with women take too long because they talk too much

Tokyo Playbook – Your guide to a safe and successful Games

The International Olympic Committee, Paralympic Committee and Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee have published the first of four Tokyo Games Playbooks Officials and Athletes attending the Tokyo Games

Japan extends Tokyo state of emergency

Japan’s government has extended the state of emergency in Tokyo, Osaka and eight other prefectures as public health officials tackle the coronavirus situation.

Is this just the first . . . Princesa Sofía Olympic classes regatta postponed

Is this just the first . . . The Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofía 2021 has been postponed from March to the 2 to 9 of October

Covid vaccine availability key to Tokyo Games go ahead

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board are meeting this Wednesday (27 Jan) to discuss preparations for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Japan declares state of emergency for Tokyo area

Japan’s government declared a state of emergency for Tokyo and three other prefectures from Friday 8 January, in an attempt to curb the rise in coronavirus cases

Finn class regroup for final Olympic Games

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