The number of new coronavirus cases reported by the Japanese Government fell today, following a recent steep rise in the country due to stage the Olympics and Paralympics next year.
Easing of travel restrictions and swift vaccine distribution among planned measures to ensure Tokyo 2020 goes ahead
Discussions are underway to create "more flexible" travel arrangements for those accredited to cover next summer's proposed Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.
The Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF) President Francesco Ricci Bitti has said he believes sport climbing has a "bright" future ahead.
The World Olympians Association (WOA) has published its first set of findings from its WOA Olympians Health Study, showing information about athlete injuries.
Gymnasts are preparing to compete in the four-nation Friendship and Solidarity competition in Tokyo, with tomorrow’s event potentially a key milestone as the Japanese capital prepares to host the rescheduled Olympic and Paralympic Games next year.
The Olympic Torch Relay is not scheduled to begin its domestic passage from Fukushima until March 25 next year but the Olympic Flame is set to begin a separate journey across Japan in a safety lantern this weekend.
The world’s oldest citizen is set to carry the Olympic Torch next May, providing the Relay goes ahead as planned.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has published its accessibility guide to help support host nations in staging the Olympic and Paralympic Games in the future, in a bid for further inclusion.
A survey of Tokyo 2020 sponsors has revealed that no companies are planning on pulling out but there are significant worries about extra payments which may be asked for.
Russia and Belarus have signed a cooperation agreement which is expected to see joint training camps and competitions organised between the nations in the build-up to the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Preparations for Tokyo 2020 continue, even if doubts over the staging of the event linger. It is interesting to see how International Federations and National Olympic Committees are getting ready for the Games amidst the uncertainty.
The French University Sports Federation (FFSU) has launched a consultation on its Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic legacy plan.
Holocaust survivor and British Olympic weightlifter Sir Ben Helfgott has been presented with a Pride of Britain award.
International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) President Morinari Watanabe has expressed hope the upcoming gymnastics competition at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium will help "open the door" to Tokyo 2020.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) sponsor Intel experienced a patchy third quarter, as the pandemic began to weigh on some parts of its business.