Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 They are around the corner after a year of delays due to the epidemic caused by the Sarsov 2 virus and although they will start this year, they are still called Tokyo 2020.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will officially be held from July 23 to August 8, 2021.
The Games will host a staggering 339 events spread across 33 sports. You can find the complete competition schedule Here.
The games will be held in Tokyo, Japan, but some sports and events will be held at venues outside the Japanese capital.
The competition will be held at 41 different venues, including the Japan National Stadium, Tokyo Stadium and Yokohama Stadium.
Here are some Interesting facts about stadiums.
What are the new sports and events?
The Tokyo 2020 Games will have five new sports in the Olympic programme.
Baseball or softball are among the “new” sports this summer, but these two disciplines were already two separate sports played at the Olympics until Beijing 2008.
However, for four of the novelties, this will be their first Olympic appearance.
In addition to new sports, you will also be able to see new specializations in sports that are already included, such as 3 x 3 basketballAnd the Free BMXMixed events in different sports: swimmingAnd the AthleticsAnd the triathlonAnd the judoAnd the ThrowAnd the table tennis s Shooting.
What events will the games start with?
In a softball game, Japan will begin their Olympic title defense against Australia at the Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium at 9:00 JST (JST, UTC +9 hours).
Fans will be able to watch the Italy vs USA match from 12:00pm. JST and Mexico, the Olympic entrant, meet Canada from 15:00 JST.
If football is what you’re after, you can watch the women’s competition from July 21 in the afternoon and evening, with Great Britain playing Chile from 16:30 JST.
Japan, the host country, will start their engagement against Canada at 19:30 JST.
The men’s soccer competitions will begin the next day, July 22, with the group stage matches.
Japan will play South Africa in their opening match at 20:00 JST and only 30 minutes later, 20:30 JST, there will be a great match between Brazil and Germany.
Shooting will begin with qualifying rounds on the morning of July 23 before the opening ceremony to be held in the evening.
The rest of the action in all sports will follow the gala, which will take place on July 23 at 20:00 JST. The first medal event will be the women’s 10m air rifle event at Throw.