With the Tokyo 2020 Olympics just over a month away, there was an extra edge to this year’s International Judo Federation (IJF) World Championships in Hungarian capital Budapest.
Group of Seven (G7) leaders have once again offered their support for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics taking place as planned.
IOC expects decision on Tokyo 2020 fan attendance to be made in late June, final playbooks coming next week
A decision on whether or not spectators can attend events at this year's delayed Olympic Games is expected to come in late June, Tokyo 2020 has told the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board.
Surfers from Japan and France enjoyed a strong day in the men’s main event round on the sixth day of action at the World Surfing Games.
Hosts Japan remain at the top of the standings at the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Blind Football World Grand Prix after holding Argentina to a goalless draw.
The Japan Football Association (JFA) has cancelled its men's team's friendly against Jamaica after 10 of the visiting players were unable to board a flight due to issues related to COVID-19 testing.
The Korean Sport and Olympic Committee (KSOC) has sent a letter to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to pressure Japan to remove a reference to South Korea-controlled islands as Japanese territory on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games website.
Brazil, France and Japan all remain unbeaten after three matches in the 2021 men’s Volleyball Nations League competition at Rimini, Italy.
Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has confirmed state of emergency measures will be extended to June 20 in nine prefectures, with the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games due to begin a little over a month later.
Japan and United States top standings as preliminary round action continues in women’s Volleyball Nations League
Japan and the United States top the early standings in the women’s Volleyball Nations League as the preliminary action continued today in Rimini.
Japanese officials have said they do not expect Tokyo 2020 to be impacted after the United States advised against travel to the Olympic and Paralympic host nation.
Japan has stepped up its COVID-19 inoculation programme ahead of this year’s Olympics by opening state-run mass vaccination centres in Tokyo and Osaka.
A majority of the Japanese public want the Olympics and Paralympics to be cancelled and more than 85 per cent are concerned that staging the Games will lead to an influx in coronavirus cases.