Tokyo 2020 have confirmed the Olympic Torch Relay’s visit to Hiroshima prefecture next week will be taken off public roads and confined to symbolic celebrations.
Tokyo 2020 has confirmed that the world’s oldest citizen, 118-year-old Kane Tanaka, has been withdrawn from the Olympic Torch Relay.
The Tokyo 2020 Torch Relay has suffered its most serious disruption so far on the first day of its scheduled visit to the islands of Okinawa as organisers revealed six further positive COVID-19 tests connected to the event.
Japanese state television network NHK have reportedly been asked to investigate why protesters against the Tokyo 2020 Olympics were muted in their live streaming of the Torch Relay.
A year later than scheduled, members of the Japan’s 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup-winning team are next Thursday (March 25) set to carry the Olympic Flame in Fukushima at the "Grand Start" of the Torch Relay to Tokyo.
Tokyo 2020 organisers have admitted the Olympic Torch Relay could be suspended if crowds are deemed too large at any point.
A Tokyo 2020 Torchbearer is set to become the oldest ever to carry the Olympic Flame.
Tokyo 2020 has unveiled a detailed city-by-city schedule for the Olympic Torch Relay, which is set to resume on March 25 at Fukushima’s J-Village football training centre.
Tatsuya Maruyama, Governor of Shimane, has suggested the prefecture may halt its Tokyo 2020 Olympic Torch Relay events if the coronavirus situation does not improve in Japan's capital city.
Organisers of the Tokyo 2020 Torch Relay may be forced to divert the event away from public roads when it begins its journey around Japan two months from today.
Social distancing and online streaming among plans for postponed Tokyo 2020 Torch Relay with 100 days to go
The Tokyo Skytree was lit up today in the Torch colours of sakura and gold to celebrate 100 days until the Olympic Flame begins its journey around Japan.
The world’s oldest citizen is set to carry the Olympic Torch next May, providing the Relay goes ahead as planned.
Tokyo 2020 is expected to maintain the original Torch Relay schedule for the postponed Olympic Games.
The Olympic Torch Relay throughout Japan has been cancelled after the Games were pushed back until 2021.
Strong gusty winds greeted the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Flame as it arrived on Japanese soil in a very low-key ceremony at Matsushima Air Base in the prefecture of Miyagi.