Restrictions imposed in Tokyo in response to the coronavirus crisis are set to be further relaxed from early next week as the Olympic and Paralympic host city enters the second phase of reopening.
Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike has said that there will need to be fewer than 20 new COVID-19 cases per day for restrictions to be lifted in the city due to host the Olympic and Paralympic Games next year.
The daily increase in coronavirus cases in Tokyo has topped 100 for the first time as the crisis continues to escalate in Japan.
There have been at least 68 new COVID-19 cases in Tokyo today - the biggest daily jump yet.
Tokyo recorded 63 new coronavirus cases today - its biggest daily increase yet - as the situation worsened in the Japanese capital.
The 2020 International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Blind Football World Grand Prix in Tokyo has been cancelled because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Olympic flame will be greeted with a display by the elite Blue Impulse aerobatic team when it touches down in Japan on March 20.
The International Swimming League (ISL) will gain new clubs in Toronto and Tokyo next season, bringing the total competing in 2020-2021 to 10.
China’s Gao Lei became the first man in history to win four individual trampoline world titles in succession as the 2019 Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships came to a close in Tokyo.
Belarus beat a seemingly untouchable Chinese trio to win the men's title and hosts Japan earned an historic triumph in the women’s team event at the Trampoline World Championships in Tokyo.
American teenager Ruben Padilla shone on day one of the 2019 International Gymnastics Federation Trampoline World Championships in Tokyo, matching Russian legend Mikhail Zalomin's score of 76.000 points to head up qualifying for the men's double mini trampoline final.
The 2019 International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Trampoline World Championships are set to take place in Tokyo over the coming four days, doubling as the discipline's official test event for next year's Olympic Games in Japan's capital.
Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike has expressed surprise at the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) "abrupt" announcement that the marathon and race walk events for next year's Olympic Games would be moved from the Japanese capital to Sapporo.
A partnership between the International Triathlon Union (ITU) and Tecta-PDS to ensure the delivery of fast and reliable microbiological water quality tests at sanctioned events has been announced.
France’s Alizée Agier was among the stars to progress to finals on the second day of the Karate 1-Premier League in Tokyo.